Roses have long been used to fight wrinkles and other visible signs of aging.
If you like to use natural remedies on your face, you may want to consider adding organic rose face cream to your beauty regimen.
Several years ago, I decided to go all natural. I did a clean sweep of my diet and my cosmetics.
At the time, I was battle a potentially devastating nerve disease. So I had to get serious about staying away from toxins. The result was a lifestyle overhaul. I had to change my diet, and get rid of my chemical-based beauty products.
This turned out to be a blessing in disguise. That’s when I discovered, at least for me, natural products seem to work much better. They nourish your skin and they don’t strip it of its natural oils. They also don’t contain artificial fragrances or other potentially harmful chemicals, such as parabens. There’s increasing concern that parabens are linked to breast cancer. Unfortunately, they’re widely used in the cosmetics industry.
So now, I try to keep my middle-aged face looking younger with natural ingredients. I use a variety of different types of oils on my face. I find that rotating them seems to help them work even better.
Rose oil contains natural pathogen-fighting compounds. So it’s often used for acne. It’s also considered a good natural remedy for acne rosacea, which often strikes in midlife. Many women also like to use it as a wrinkle fighter.
Aromatherapists have long considered rose oil to be a good mental balm. At least one study has shown that people who’ve used this oil topically have lowered physical stress markers, and also report an increased feeling of tranquility.
Natural Rose Beauty Cream
Damascus Rose Beauty Balm is made by the W.S. Badger Company, a family-run operation founded in 1995, based in a small town in Vermont. It’s known for its organic health and beauty balms, made from essential oils.
This cream contains pure rose oil, which is also referred to as Damascus rose or rose otto. This means it has been steam distilled, instead of being processed with chemical solvents. This USDA-certified formula also contains lavender, chamomile and rose hip oils.
Rose hip oil is also considered a good remedy for restoring the skin. (It’s packed with natural Vitamin C.) This USDA-certified organic product also includes calendula and Seabuckthorn, a medicinal plant packed with antioxidants that is now showing up in a number of natural skincare formulas.
These statements have not been approved by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Women who are pregnant or nursing should not use essential oils unless directed to do so by a healthcare professional.
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