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Luxury Rose Petal Powder (Skin Cooling Face Mask)

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£4.99

Luxury Rose Petal Powder

 

  • Luxury Face Mask

  • Skin Cooling

  • 100% Pure Rose Petal, Nothing Else Added

About Roses


The rose plant is a perennial shrub that falls under the family Rosaceae and genus Rosa. This genus has over 100 species of flowering plants in the family Rosaceae. A large number of species in the Rosaceae family originates from Asia while the few remaining species have their origins in Northern Africa, Europe, and Northern America. Roses majorly do well in temperate climates. Only a few of these species are evergreen. A majority of them mostly found in the Southeastern parts of Asia are deciduous. The origin of the word “rose” has still not been ascertained to date. Some think it is of French descent, while others believe it is of Greek descent. The huge number of rose species arises from the frequent crossbreeding that takes place during cultivation. This has led to several unique species with different characteristics from their parent species.

The rose plant comes in many shapes; it can be erect, creep over surfaces, trail horizontally on the ground, or over surfaces. The plant has woody stems that contain thorns of varying sizes. The plant’s compound leaves are alternately placed on the leaf stock. The leaves are dark green and serrated along their edges. The flowers are the most important part of the plant. The flowers vary in terms of size and appearance. Wild rose varieties contain flowers with five petals while cultivated varieties have several petal sets. The petal colours usually range from red, white, green, black, yellow, and pink. The rose petals are harvested and dried. They are then finely ground to form rose petal powder. The plant also produces a red berry-like fruit. This fruit is referred to as the rose-hip or floral cup. There are a few types of rose plants that are popular around the globe. Some of the common types of rose plants include climbing roses, miniature roses, shrub roses, tree roses, and hybrid tea roses. Roses do well in temperate climates. Temperatures of between 15-28°C are ideal for the growth of roses. They also require sandy loam soils and adequate sunlight.

It is believed that roses are one of the plants that blossomed on earth about 35 million years ago. Ancient civilisations planted them in their gardens so that they could use them for various purposes. Ancient scripts claim that past Egyptian civilisations used a tincture made from boiled rose flowers to prevent their skins from being destroyed by the unfavourable desert climate while enhancing their beauty. It is said that the famous Cleopatra used to fill her bathtub with rose petals. She also splattered rose petals all over her room before Marc Anthony visited because she wanted him to always think of her extravagance and lavishness anytime he smelt a rose. Ancient Romans grew Roses in their gardens. They also used roses to crown people who had recently gotten married. Women from wealthy families and royalty in Rome used a paste made from rose petals to help them get rid of wrinkles. Around 10AD, the Persians started to cultivate roses for commercial purposes. They used steam distillation to extract the important compounds found in rose petals. A large number of roses had to be used to obtain a single gram of the rose petal extract. This made it very expensive. In the 19th century, roses started to become more popular in the beauty industry. It was infused into soaps, perfumes, and even lotions. Since then, it has remained very popular. 

  • Please note it is against MHRA guidelines for us to talk about any potential health benefits for this product however a quick google search on the potential benefits and you may be surprised.

How To Use Rose Petal Powder

ONLY TO BE USED EXTERNALLY:  Powder can be mixed with small amount of water to make into a paste and applied to a cleansed damp face as a mask. Leave for 30 - 40 minutes and wash off with warm water. Do not use if suffer from allergies.


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JA
05/02/2020
Jennifer A.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Good quality

I just want to say thanks for this amazing powder. Good quality and texture is good too.

MP
05/01/2020
Mrs. Paula Sinclair
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Rose petal powder

Excellent ,for your skin on your face it makes it Soft and smooth to touch And it gives you a radiant glow to your skin.

DW
09/27/2019
Deanna W.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Rose petal mask

Great made my skin feel super fresh


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