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Rose Water for intense shine and cuticle repair!


Hey love! Most women love roses on a special night out or as a perfume. By the end of this read you will know about a few of Rose Water's many medicinal benefits. Let's get started!


Rose petals come from the perennial flowering plant know as Genus Rosa. Roses come in all different colors and their are over 1 hundred different species. Organic Roses are editable. Do not consume roses unless they are organic, otherwise you're consuming all of the pesticides used by florist. Some Roses taste sweet like strawberries and the darker leaves have a bitter taste.


Rose Petals Benefits (to name a few):

  • Speeds up digestion helping with weight loss

  • Contains: Vitamins K,C,B and Calcium

  • Natural Antiseptic & Antiviral

  • Strengthens Hair Follicles

  • Restores the natural ph of hair

  • Smooths damaged cuticles

  • Helps soothe skin irritation

  • Heals cuts, scars, and burns.

  • Enhances mood. Relieves headaches.

  • Soothes sore throats.

  • Helps prevent and treats infections

  • Moisturizes the scalp


Ingredients:

2 CUPS ROSE PETALS (fresh or dried)

DISTILLED WATER

LARGE POT W/LID

1 PLASTIC SPRAY BOTTLE


Directions:

Bring 8 cups of water to a boil. Add roses and boil on medium heat until all pigment is removed from the roses. Allow to cool and drain separating the rose petals from the rose water. Pour your rose water into a spray bottle or mason jar and there you have it!


This can be used as a refresher for twist out's and so much more! This mixture can be left in when used in small amounts. There will be more on the way for conditioning treatments etc. This rose water can be left on with no worries. This Rose Water will last 2 weeks in a refrigerator , 3 1/2 weeks if you add Vitamin E oil.


Try this and tell me what you think!


I have so much on the way for you! This is just the begging, we can do so much with the amazing Rose!


Have you seen this video yet? Go watch me make my own rice water now!

https://youtu.be/DNvHDreGGP4




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