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Red Rose Petals
(Rosa centifolia) aka - Red Rose, Pink RoseThe ancient Greeks and Romans used rose petals to perfume their baths. In distilled form, roses have been used in cosmetics, medicines and therapeutic treatments for centuries. Rose essential oil has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral properties, making it ideal to topically treat a host of ailments including abrasions, burns and skin conditions. It can ease sore throats, fever and cough. As an anti-bacterial: Rose essential oil treats acne and acne-prone skin. With its cleansing properties, rose makes an ideal ingredient in face washes and cleansers. Anti-inflammatory: Rose oils help reduce swelling or redness on your skin - its calming properties sooth Rosecea and Eczema. Anti-oxidant: Rose contains high amounts of Vitamin C, a powerful anti-oxidant. This important vitamin can help protect skin cells from sun damage - evidence suggests that rose water can help prevent sunburn. Moisturizer: the oils found in roses lock moisture into the skin. Rose is especially beneficial for those with sensitive skin because the sugars in the petals create a soothing feeling. Relaxation: when used aromatically, rose calms and soothes the mind. In fact, rose petals are a staple in Ayurvedic medicine to detoxify and calm. Toning: as a natural astringent, rose helps tighten pores and restore suppleness for a glowing complexion. Unlike conventional alcohol-based toners, rose leaves skin feeling smooth, not dried out. Primary uses: Here are just a few of the maladies Red Rose Petals may provide relief for: • Eczema• Skin Conditions• Rosacea• Stress• Moisturize Loss• Sore Throats/Fever• Cough• Sunburn

Red Rose Petals

  • Properties: Anti-bacterial, Anti-fungal, Anti-viral Primary nutrients: Calcium, iron, potassium, silica, sodium, sulfur, Vitamins A, B-complex, C, D, and E
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