Rose Cream | Rosa damascena

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Rose Cream

£12.95 60g       

Rose Cream (Rosa damascena)

A rich, light and fluffy cream made with damask rose that is easily absorbed into the skin. Lightish green in colour due to the nourishing avocado oil base. Suitable for all skin types.

Rose geranium is traditionally used for blemished, oily, congested, spotty, sluggish and combination skin. It helps to normalise sebum production without being too drying and is superb for premenstrual skin outbreaks, acne vulgaris and rosacea. The oil has excellent cicasitrant properties too, making it ideal for use in treating scarring, either alone, or in combination with other herbs such as comfrey. Its beautiful aroma is calming and uplifting. This cream is ideal as a face cream.

Ideal for combination, oily, blemished or scarred skin. Skin worse premenstrually or due to hormonal disorders such as PCOD. Ideal for women whose moods are very influenced by their menstrual cycle.

Ingredients:

Rosa damascene Flower (aromatic water); Ethylhexyl stearate; Glyceryl stearate; Prunus amygdalus dulcis Oil; Glycerin; Cetearyl Alcohol; Rosa canina Oil; Butyrospermun parkii; Cetearath-20; Persea gratissima Oil; Rosa damascene (essential oil); Aniba parviflora (essential oil); Pelargonium graveolens (essential oil); Tocopherol; Sodium carbomer; Phenoxyethanol; Benzyl Alcohol; Potassium Sorbate; Geraniol, Citronellol, Linalool.

Massage a small amount onto face and neck with upward strokes until absorbed. Apply in the morning before applying makeup, and/or at night, just before bed.

For very sensitive skin always do a patch test first, for example, on the inside of your elbow.


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