Rosewater - often known as "Rosa Damascena Flower Extract" on ingredients' lists - has a long and storied history in skincare, dating back to ancient times...
Rosewater is a liquid made from distilling rose petals in water and is known for its soothing and hydrating properties. It was first used in skincare by the ancient Greeks and Romans, who valued its ability to cleanse and purify the skin.
In the Middle Ages, rosewater was often used to treat a variety of skin conditions, including acne, eczema, and rosacea.
Today, rosewater remains a popular ingredient in skincare due to its gentle, soothing, and hydrating properties. Overall, it has stood the test of time as a valuable ingredient in skincare, thanks to its many benefits for the skin.
Below are the reasons Sole Toscana has chosen Rosewater as a gentle, effective ingredient in its facial cleanser, specifically formulated for aging skin.