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All-Natural Rose Beauty Products

This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx.com on behalf of Heritage Store.

Do you love roses? I am definitely my mother’s daughter – our backyard is a collection of rose bushes and I can’t get enough. We currently have eight rose bushes – and I keep adding them whenever I go to the nursery, I don’t even consider if there’s space, I just figure I’ll find the space as I keep collecting them. I also love to buy them bare root online from a rose catalog filled with English bred roses.

I love roses so much I also like to eat them! Rose jam, rose tea, rose flavored syrup, rose macaroons, it tastes like you would imagine, like biting into a rose. It’s just so heavenly! Roses have such a romantic scent, they look beautifully feminine, my heart skips a beat when I see roses.

So now that I’ve laid out my undying love for roses, I want to share some all-natural, cruelty-free, simple beauty products made of rosewater by Heritage Store. I was able to give them a try and I definitely didn’t mind adding roses to my beauty regimen.

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Heritage Store has been around for 50 years and features products that are clean and enhance the skin. Heritage Store likes to consider themselves the OG’s of rosewater – the company’s words! Products have a money-back guarantee and the online store is proud to use a unique holistic approach to wellness to provide natural solutions to your health, skin and hair care needs. Products are eco-friendly as well as cruelty-free.

Heritage Store products are available at natural health food stores  including Whole Foods, Sprouts, Lucky’s, Fresh Thyme, Natural Grocers, local co-ops, as well as Target, Ulta and Urban Outfitters.

Let’s talk about how to use these natural beauty products. Unique and clean, these rosewater beauty products would be great gifts to yourself, and any rose lover, or skincare lover.

I love to gifting items that promote self care, and the fact that these products are natural, everyone will love them. Each rosewater item has many uses and I wanted to share them with you.

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Rosewater & Glycerin Spray

Made of just three ingredients: pure rose oil, vegetable glycerin and Vor-MagTM Water* to hydrate and soothe dry, or damaged skin.

  • Use it as a facial mist.
  • Spray on face and body for moisturize.
  • Use as a setting spray after applying makeup for a smooth looking complexion and a dewy glow.
  • Use after the gym to cool and hydrate skin.
  • Add it to your nighttime skin care routine, after toner (there’s a rosewater toner), or before applying a facial oil to aid product absorption.
  • Spray on hair for added shine, or at hair roots to moisturize a dry scalp.

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Made of two ingredients – rose hydroessential oil and water.

It has a delicate floral scent that can help boost mood and acts as a great addition to a ritual bath.

  • Use as a perfume or body splash.
  • Keep in the fridge for a cool down spray.
  • Spritz on skin for moisture (use throughout the day).
  • Apply before using a facial oil to help with absorption.
  • Use as a setting spray after applying makeup.
  • Add to your hair rinse or bath water.

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Rosewater Facial Toner

This alcohol and oil-free hydrating formula gently removes debris and residue to give a natural and healthy glow. Formulated to help refresh, nourish and tone skin combating dryness, and providing invigorating dermal circulation, it assists with diminishing overall appearance of fine lines while also cleansing pores.

  • Dispense onto soft cotton and apply to face as needed.
  • Use before application of makeup, sunscreen, moisturizer, or as part of your nighttime skin care routine.

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I hope you are inspired to check out these rosewater Heritage Store products and the other natural products offered.

Find Heritage Store products at Natural health food stores: Whole Foods, Sprouts, Lucky’s, Fresh Thyme, Natural Grocers, local co-ops), as well as Target, Ulta and Urban Outfitters.

Follow Heritage Store on Instagram here.

Diana Elizabeth says it’s fall, which means nursery time. Which also means, just a few more rosebushes – after all, there is a lot of new landscaping to be done in the front yard and there’s only rose bush there. White iceberg roses will line the home, she can’t wait!

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive antique shopper. You can typically find her in her garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party.


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