Rose water (toner) is a skin cleansing solution often used after washing the face or removing makeup.

Toners made entirely of plant extracts can both activate functions and provide natural nutrients to help promote skin cell regeneration.

There are many different types of rose water on the market.

Aging Skin – La Prairie Age Management Balancer

Which rose water is good for each skin type?

La Prairie Age Management Balancer is actually considered a toner that has the ability to soften, smooth and prevent skin aging.

Sensitive skin – OSEA Malibu Sea Minerals

Which rose water is good for each skin type?

OSEA Malibu Sea Minerals is a spray toner formulated with nutrients and antioxidants.

Dry Skin – The Body Shop Vitamin E Hydrating

Which rose water is good for each skin type?

If you have dry skin, you should choose a toner that can maintain moisture in your skin.

Acne skin – EmerginC Deglazing

Which rose water is good for each skin type?

The antibacterial activity of EmerginC Deglazing Toner is designed for use on oily and acne-prone skin.

Combination skin – Darphin Refreshing

Which rose water is good for each skin type?

It’s difficult to find products suitable for combination skin when this skin type often has an oily T-zone (forehead and bridge of the nose) while the cheeks and chin are dry.

Dull skin – Lancôme Énergie de Vie

Lancôme Énergie de Vie is a toner that moisturizes, reduces dark spots that dull the skin, and restores skin cells.

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