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Add a bit of elegance to your facial care routine.
Rosewater toner will remind you of days past when roses were valued for more than just their beauty. Roses contain a substantial amount of vitamin C which results in an acidic rosewater wonderful to use as a part of a daily beauty routine to cleanse, freshen and tone pores. Also helps reduce thread veins by the rose's tonic effects on the capillaries.

Combined with the soothing effects of witch hazel, healing aloe vera and a touch of hydrating glycerin, you have a very refreshing means to diminish that "shine" in the T-zone, remove residue after cleansing, or use as a mist to cool off. Close your eyes if you mist your face. To use as a toner, apply with a cotton round or square. Finish up with a moisturizer. Oily skin may need only a bit of moisturizer.

The type of rose used for this rosewater is the Hybrid Tea Rose. A beautiful 5 foot tall, long caned rose bush with large, deep red fragrant blooms. If I don't get enough flowers I purchase from reputable organic sources such as Mountain Rose Herbs. Surrounded by herbs such as mint and catnip that attract beneficial insects helps deter disease. Absolutely no pesticide is used on these roses.

The base rosewater is made from roses, distilled water, alcohol for preservation and a touch of rosewater concentrate and geranium essential oil for additional fragrance. Without any method of preservation, this would be like any other herbal infusion and spoil within days. The alcohol is added during the solar infusion process and is not at a high enough ratio to dry out the skin. But if you prefer your toner made without any alcohol then just let me know.

The terms toner and astringent are often used interchangeably because they are similar, yet there are differences. Typically, astringents are alcohol based. This toner contains enough alcohol to preserve the rosewater and the witch hazel contains it's own alcohol content, but I wouldn't consider this toner alcohol based. It actually is very gentle.

Note: Witch Hazel traditionally is made through distillation resulting in a product with 14% alcohol for preservation. Witch Hazel can be made without alcohol but for preservation purposes, benzoic acid, a mild preservative is added. Please let me know upon ordering which type of witch hazel you prefer. Alcohol free is preferred if you want a product for very sensitive skin or are concerned about the toner being too drying. The traditional witch hazel with alcohol is preferred if there is concern with the risk of a preservative causing an allergic reaction.


Comes in a 2 or 4 oz. plastic spray bottle

A.L. says:
"I would suggest the Rose Astringent Toner to any one whose skin tends to feel dry after washing it. It's so soothing, and the perfect preparation for moisturizer! I use it as my morning cleansing routine followed by the Lavish Lotion and rarely get any breakouts!"

Idream.... says:
Feels wonderful on my face and has a very nice scent!

Fresh Rosewater Facial Toner, Cleanse, Mist, Tone Skin, Glycerin, Aloe vera, Witch Hazel

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: rosewater, witch hazel, rose concentrate, alcohol
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 2009 reviews
  • Favorited by: 374 people