ROSES & your skin...
Stop and smell the roses—or better yet, add them to your beauty routine.
I just had to post this quick link below, since I have been using this on my face morning and evening and can see and feel the difference after each use. My skin is tighter and smoother. I love this toner!
This is not a paid endorsement for sure, but my own personal experience with using these organic products from the SanRe company. The founder makes each product by hand using the finest ingredients at her shop high in the North Georgia mountains.
Being so impressed by this product, I felt I needed to pass on!
You can get FREE samples from this company also.
Visit Sandra at: Sanre ORGANIC SKINFOOD.
Roses have anti-inflammatory properties...
We hear the word "roses" and we all immediately know that it has to be good for your skin, and rose oil is SO expensive. So I opted to try this rose toner and was very pleased.
Since roses have astringent and antibacterial properties, they are especially wonderful for people with oily and acne-prone skin types. Rose extracts are high in vitamin C so they help to stimulate collagen and are high in vitamin E so it's very moisturizing.
Honestly, I was picking and drying my own rose petals to make my own toner and rose soap, but why go through all that when I can affordably buy ROSY FRESH ?
Sandra is amazing. Reading the labels on her products you will see how her organic herbs, oils, and flowers truly "feed" the skin. Visit: Sanre Organic Skinfood
“The sugars and natural oils found in rose petals trap moisture in your skin,
making your skin look smoother and softer
—just like the beautiful rose petals themselves,”
writes Kimberly Snyder, Certified Nutritionist .
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