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Rose Oil with Your Beauty Routine

Updated on February 2, 2020

Rose Oil and Its Uses

It is the base of all perfumes we use today, as well as a great way to expand your beauty regime.

People now, and many civilizations ago have found great uses for the rose hip. The rose hip is the actual fruit of the rose. Derived from the rose hip is the oil, which is the base for the lotions, shampoos, perfumes, etc.

Rose oil carries its value in many forms and people have found a couple of different ways of applying it to their daily routine. I will share some ways I intertwine it in my skincare routine.

Rose Oil in Your Normal Routine

Rose oil brings many benefits to your everyday routine. In my case, I use rose oil for a calming and anti-inflammatory serum before bed and before my makeup routine every morning. Many pharmaceutical stores also offer rose oil as an oil form, lotion, hand cream, tea form, vitamin, and in the form of a perfume base. The rose hip can cover all of your skin care needs.

How I use my rose oil for my beauty routine

  • It works wonders when it is applied as a base before makeup. I use it because it improves my skins complexion.
  • Before bed, spritz rose water on your clean face and neck.
  • In the morning before your makeup routine spray rose water onto the face and let it dry on before applying your moisturizer.
  • For an easier application, put rose oil in your moisturizer.
  • Drip a couple drops of your rose oil in your favorite perfume to make last longer.
  • Use it as a perfume if you are allergic or your skin gets inflamed easily. Dab a little on neck, inner elbows, and on the back of your neck.
  • Use the oil on your make up beauty blender for stippling foundation. Drop rose oil onto the blender when you are pushing it in to have a seamless application.
  • Put rose oil on an inflamed cut to dissolve the bacteria and soothe.
  • Massages also work great with rose oil.
  • Use rose oil as a hair mask on your ends, not on roots because it'll get too oily.
  • Spread rose oil on dry hands and cuticles to rejuvenate.


10 Reasons to Use Rose Oil


1) Anti-inflammatory

2) Anti-bacterial

3) Antioxidant

4) Moisturizing

5) As a fragrance

6) Soothing

7) Skin toner

8) Glow

9) Cleanse

10) Face and body mist


Rose Masks

I recommend to buy a pack of fresh rose petals or a small bouquet to use. You can crush the petals to make your own recipe. Always steam your face before you begin and apply the mask on your face, apply a generous, thick amount. Here are some of my favorite brands of Rose Masks:

  • LUSH Cosmetics Rose Mask
  • Anthropologie Herbivore Botanical Clay Mask
  • Shea Moisture- Peace rose oil complex, sensitive skin mud mask

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    • vesselinaadrianna profile imageAUTHOR

      Vesselina Raltcheva 

      4 years ago from San Diego, CA

      it has so many options !! I always keep it around house:)

    • The Honest Mommy profile image

      Erin 

      4 years ago from San Antonio, Texas

      I LOVE rose oil!! I use it for sun burns and bug bites too :)

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