About the Rosewater Facial Toner:

There are only three ingredients, so easy. But here is some supplemental information that the simple label does not address.Rosewater Facial Toner freshens your face and engages your sensitivity.

Disclaimer:There is a hypothetical possibility of allergy to anything you put on your skin. Except for this. It is super gentle. Close your eyes when you spray it on your face, but even if you don’t it’s not harmful, like baby shampoo.

How to Use:

Hold about 8-12 inches from your face, close your eyes and pump twice. This refreshes your moisturizer, calms hot skin, and invigorates tired pores. Oh take off glasses if you are wearing them, why do people always forget that at street fairs?

Rosewater Facial Toner Ingredients
(In order of amount by gram weight):

Rosewater, Witch hazel, Glycerin.

Explanation of Active Ingredients in more Detail:

Rose Water- Hydroessential Rose Oil that is Filtered and Deionized. Pure, natural essence from European roses. Certified by periodic laboratory test to be free of pesticide residues. Recommended in the Edgar Cayce readings (that sounds like it matters). Not tested on animals. This will make your skin feel petal fresh. The Rose governs the heart chakra and is emotionally strengthening in aromatherapy. There is no pollen involved, so even those unfortunate people allergic to flowers can enjoy this floral water.
Witch hazel- Used here for astringent properties, tightens the facial pores. It contains tannins and alcohols that help reduce swelling, help repair broken skin, and fight bacteria.
Vegetable Glycerin- In this toner it functions as a humectant (attracts moisture to the skin), which leaves your skin hydrated and prolongs the effect of the mist. It also acts to increase the solubility of the floral hydrosols so that they are better absorbed by the skin.

As always the logline here is: Nature. Nurture. Imagination.
Be Well.

-Alice

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