BY LUSETA BEAUTY
With a wide variety of essential vitamins, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids, there is a virtually endless amount of ways to incorporate rose oil into your beauty routine. Whether it be in hair products, in body lotions, as an aromatherapy oil, or as a skin care product, rose oil provides a lot of great nutrients to help your hair and skin look and feel its best. Plus, it’s natural and often free from animal testing, meaning you can feel just as good about buying it as you do about using it. Below are just eight of the many ways in which rose oil can help your hair and skin out:
AS AN AROMATHERAPY PRODUCT
Rose oil is such a popular aromatherapy essential oil because—well, it just smells really good. Beyond that, rose oil is found to also help relax the mind, meaning that it makes a great aromatherapy essential oil for when you want to ease tension or simply unwind after a long day at work. Use it as a perfume, add a few drops to your bath, mix it with water to create a pillow spray that improves sleep quality, or simply pop it into a diffuser to improve the ambiance of a room.
FOR THE BODY - IN LOTIONS AND BODY WASHES
The vitamins and amino acids naturally present in rose oil make it a great moisturizer for your hair, your face, and your skin. Put a couple of drops into your favorite lotion to nourish your skin after a shower, where the hot water and often hard water can dry skin out and make it appear ashy. Or, use rose essential oils as a massage oil to nourish the skin and relax the mind. The Rose Oil Body Wash from Luseta Beauty can help moisturize the skin while cleaning it to prevent dry skin and leave it smelling beautiful.
FOR THE FACE AS A MOISTURIZER
Speaking of using rose oil as a moisturizer, it’s often described as an emollient ingredient when used in skin care products. This means that rose oil can moisturize the skin and penetrate deeply to deliver essential vitamins and fatty acids that will make it appear more nourished, supple, and full of life.
The benefits of rose oil for a face product don’t stop at simply providing mega-moisturizing benefits. The ingredient also contains vitamin A, a vitamin known for its ability to increase cell turnover and help diminish signs of aging to help skin appear younger. Other skin care products that contain vitamin A are things like retinol and retinoid, and while rose oil may not stack up to the powerful properties in Retinol, it does help improve overall complexion.
FOR EYE DE-PUFFING
Anyone that uses retinol products knows to keep them away from the eye area at all costs because of how harsh they can be. Rose oil, on the other hand, is gentle enough to use around the eye area to improve the appearance of crows feet. Meanwhile, it also helps diminish the appearance of dark under-eye circles thanks to its deeply nourishing effects.
IN A HAIR MASK
The benefits of rose oil’s moisturizing properties don’t stop at the skin. Using a couple of drops of rose oil after you wash your hair can help strengthen and moisturize it—meaning that as your hair grows
longer, it’s less prone to breakage. We also recommend using hair masks that contain rose oil for this same reason.
IN SHAMPOO OR CONDITIONER
Rose Oil Shampoo andConditioner bundle from Luseta Beauty can help nourish and strengthen hair while you wash it. The presence of rose oil in the product will also help stimulate hair growth on the scalp
and prevent damage and dryness from exposure to hard water.
ON YOUR SCALP TO STIMULATE CIRCULATION
Adding a few drops of rose oil to your hair and scalp after showering can also help stimulate circulation around your scalp. Good circulation can improve and speed up hair growth and help stimulate the production
of new skin cells, preventing dandruff and itchy, dry skin.
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