KAMA AYURVEDA PURE ROSE WATER STEAM DISTILLED REVIEW

Kama Claims– This rose water is made from pure roses of Kannauj, a region in north India, rich in white clay soil conducive to roses’ growth. The steam distillation process used to create this wonderful rose water ensures a high level of hygiene & purity. Rose water is a natural astringent. It balances & restores skin’s pH level & helps tighten pores.

 

This one is another product from Kama Ayurveda people raved about! Lastly I have bought it and today I would share my experience with this. Firstly, I want to mention that no rose water till date has suited my skin. This falls in the same category? Or is it the end my search?

Packaging– Kama Ayurveda comes in a dark brown colored bottle with a spray dispenser and a plastic cap is provided to maintain its hygiene. The paper labelling is dusty rose pink in color and the golden scripts make it classy.

Smell, texture– Obviously this rose water smells out of the world and the smell is not at all like wild roses, instead it is like bunch of fresh roses! It gives a refreshed feeling due to the smell and one can feel the difference with any other cheap rose water available in the market just after single use. The texture is not at all sticky or heavy and my oily skin never felt irritating after using this.

Performance– It does what it claims! It keeps the skin hydrated and this is my HG rose water now. My search for rose water, which at least suit me, ends here. It never broke me out where any other rose water I have used earlier gave me breakouts. It gives a nice base to apply moisturiser or sunscreen. I am totally happy with this.

Pros-

  • Smells divine
  • Classy packaging
  • Two spray is enough for whole face
  • No artificial color, preservatives are added
  • Makes skin soft and hydrated
  • Doesn’t break me out
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Gives a refreshed feelin

Cons-

  • At least for me nothing as such

Price- 185 INR for 50 ml

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