4 Ways to Use Rose Water for Damaged Hair


Humans and roses are involved in an enduring love affair. We love to use rose water, especially, in beauty products, perfumes, and even in cooking — mainly in Middle Eastern recipes. Rose water is made by steeping or steam-distilling rose petals in water in order to isolate the plant’s essential oils. Rose water is a natural but gentle astringent that can soothe irritated skin and scalp. It naturally conditions and moisturizers because it is rich in flavonoids and vitamins A, B3, C, D, and E. The sugars in the rose petals add to the rose water’s calming effects.

Rose water has been said to stabilize hair’s pH balance because its pH is similar to that of hair. Some say it can aid in repairing hair’s damaged porosity. It acts as an anti-inflammatory, and with its natural antiseptic properties, it can reduce or lessen dandruff caused by fungal infections. Some even believe it promotes hair growth. It is thought to have stimulating properties.

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A New (All Natural) Way to Prevent Split Ends!


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Is the cold winter weather wreaking havoc on your hair? Jungle Naps is sharing how she uses rose hydrosol to moisturize her hair and reduce split ends.

Rose hydrosol is made by steam distilling rose petals. The resulting condensation is a much gentler version of rose oil. It is can be applied directly to the scalp and hair shaft even on the most sensitive skin types. Its benefits include increased moisture, antimicrobial properties, and less split ends that result from dry, brittle hair. As an added bonus, it can be used as a moisturizing face toner!

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Rose Water to Promote Hair Growth


There is a love affair with humans and roses. Rose water is used in beauty products, perfumes, and even in cooking mainly in Middle Eastern recipes. It is made by steeping or steam distilling rose petals in water in order to isolate the plant’s essential oils. Rose water is a natural but gentle astringent that can soothe irritated skin and scalp. It naturally conditions and moisturizers because it is rich in flavonoids and vitamins A, B3, C, D, and E. The sugars in the rose petals add to the rose water’s calming effects.

Rose water has been said to stabilize your hair’s pH balance because it is nearer to that of hair and can aid in repairing hair’s damaged porosity. It acts as an anti-inflammatory and with its natural antiseptic properties; it can reduce or lessen dandruff caused by fungal infections. Some even feel it promotes hair growth although there has been no scientific link proven. It is thought to have stimulating properties.

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