Dee's Blog

09.07.2018

Fabulous Flower Waters - Rosewater

Rosewater is probably the best known of all the flower waters and it is a wonderful substance, useful at home and in the clinic. Sprayed, it clears and freshens a room, making everyone sigh happily, and it imparts a nice benevolent glow. If you’re going to see the bank manager, this is the one to bring. It’s also perfect for the birth room and nursery and anywhere else that needs the occasional freshening lift. In the kitchen, a splash of rosewater in a fruit salad or dessert of raspberries, strawberries, cherries, or brambles is a beautiful thing. Use gently astringent rosewater creams for skin problems in need of toning up, like wet eczema and rashes. It can be used neat on even the most delicate of skin, and makes a useful soothing application for hot inflamed nappy rash. And as a medicine to be ingested, it makes a lovely addition to mixes for anxiety, depression and sleep, and is particularly nice for children, when the harshness of alcohol tinctures may not be desirable.

Here are our top 5 hair and skincare uses for Rosewater

Hair Treatment

Run a cup of rosewater through your hair after shampooing or add a few drops to your shampoo to help conditioning.

Toner

Dampen a cotton pad with rosewater and wipe all over your face for soft, clear skin.

Eye Treatment

Soak cotton pads in rosewater and leave on eyes. It will cool your tired eyes, relieve redness and hydrate the eye area.

Setting Spray

Spritz rosewater on your skin to give it a healthy, dewy glow and erase any cakiness.

Make up remover

Mix rosewater with an oil like jojoba or argan for a gentle and non irritating make up remover.

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Dee Atkinson MNIMH

Dee is one of the UK's top herbalists and owns and runs D. Atkinson Herbalist in Edinburgh - a herbal dispensary and shop which provide a wide range of herbal medicines, vitamins, supplements, herbal skincare as well as a herbal dispensary. Next door is Napiers Clinic.

Dee qualified as a Medical Herbalist in 1988 and took over Napiers the Herbalists in 1990, building it up into one of the UKs most respected and trusted Complementary Medicine Clinics.

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