If there’s one scent that has stood the test of time within the beauty industry, it’s rose. Whether it’s floral aroma is radiating from an old-time perfume, a face cream or from a bath soak, rose can be found in almost every facet of the beauty industry, and for good reason. The flower is an excellent skin toner, hair revitalizer and it’s scent is even considered a mood lifter. So, stop and smell the roses with these addictive, petal-infused products—you’ll be happy you did.
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This soothing face mask is dubbed “ambrosia for the skin” by the brand, referring to its use of honey and nectar, which were once considered food for the gods. The raw honey is used to balance and hydrate the skin, while organic rose hip seed oil rejuvenates skin cells, giving you a nourished feel after every application.
You can use this oil on your face as a moisturizer, on your hair as a split end mender or even on your nail cuticles as a nourishing treatment. Once applied, this multitasker will provide you with a soft, hydrated feeling that’ll last all day long.
This facial misting spray has quite the cult-following, which is why this limited-edition deluxe version of the original is causing quite a stir in the beauty industry. Each spritz deeply hydrates, restores and softens the skin, while serving up a lively floral scent that’ll instantly perk you up once inhaled.
Sculpt hair into any style—wet or dry—with this nongreasy styling balm. It even has a matte finish and a delicate rosewood fragrance that works for both men and women.
Applying this luxurious body oil feels like enveloping your body in a bouquet of roses—it’s that good. Thanks to the Rose de Mai extract with oils like tamanu, moringa and borage seed housed in the formula, the skin is left feeling silky smooth after every use.
Remove impurities, exfoliate away dead skin cells and refine pores with this ultra-clarifying face mask. White willow bark and kaolin clay draw out impurities and minimize blemishes while rose water works to heal inflamed skin for a soothed, clear complexion.
Add a handful of this epsom salt and rose bud mixture into bath water before soaking for an ultra-luxurious self-pampering session. The mineral-rich salt crystals will draw toxins from the body while the rose petals add moisture to the skin for the ultimate moment of relaxation.
Infused with rose and almond oil, this product improves shine in every strand when applied to the hair and offers a gentle hydration boost when applied to the body.
Själ Mineral Källa ($75)
Consider this rosewater elixir your gateway product to radiant skin. The mineral-rich tonic helps protect the skin against pollution and other environmental stressors while also protecting against moisture loss thanks to the brand’s star component, the bio-adhesion moisture complex.
Dry shampoo just got a major upgrade with this brand-new formula. The addition of rose hip oil helps antioxidants penetrate the hair to hydrate and prevent color fading while also boasting the same style extending benefits of a typical dry shampoo (i.e., removing excess oil and odor).
As a completely organic and toxin-free brand, 100% Pure offers up an all-natural rose water serum intended to sooth sensitive skin. But that’s not all, it also includes powerful anti-aging ingredients like resveratrol to minimize wrinkles and restore a youthful complexion.
Pure rose otto is the star essential oil in this face moisturizer. Known for it’s calming and nourishing properties, it’ll leave skin glowing and your senses tingling (yes, it smells that good). Even better, it’s vegan and gluten-free, making it a good option for those who like their products to err a bit more on the natural side of things.
Tadashi Shoji Eau de Rose ($135)
A rose fragrance can easily veer off into powdery grandma land, but this debut fragrance from Tadashi Shoji is as fresh as a rose can get. The juice is formulated with notes of bergamot, lemon, mandarin, grapefruit, rhubarb, jasmine, and lily of the valley—combined, it smells like like the namesake flower, rose, in it’s purest form.