You can DIY a relaxing quick petal steam
Alesia Berlezova/shutterstock After plucking the petals off of your wilting bouquet, mix them into a small pot of water and let simmer until the color of the petals turn completely white. As the water cools down, you can hover over it to let the steam breathe into your pores. You can also deposit the remaining water into a clear plastic dispenser for splashing onto your skin whenever you need a refreshing pick-me-up.
Rose extract is a natural makeup remover
Joanna Dorota/shutterstock Ready to take off your makeup at the end of the day? Dip a cotton ball into some rose extract to gently and efficiently remove eye makeup. Not only will you be removing that pesky waterproof eyeliner but you’ll be nourishing and moisturizing your skin at the same time. Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell Bio-Repair Cleansing Gel gently removes makeup while improving skin’s texture and appearance.
Rose ingredients will soothe a sunburn
natalia bulatova/shutterstock Find yourself nursing a sunburn? You’re probably programmed to reach for skin-soothing ingredients like aloe vera and menthol, but mixing those popular sunburn remedies with super-hydrating rose oil will help further alleviate your painful burn. Picking up a bottle of Mario Badescu’s After Sun Cooling Gel (a non-greasy gel made with rosemary oil, aloe vera, and rose hip extract) will help your skin forgive you after spending too much time under the sun.