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November 04, 2016 11:55 am
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Nuxe Paris

We all know that roses look totally gorge when arranged in a vase and displayed in your home — but that’s not all roses are good for! The flower is present in many beauty products, especially because it makes your skin smell as fresh as a rose, and there are apparently plenty of perks to using rose-infused skin care products. We couldn’t be happier about that! Roses are, after all, natural, fragrant, elegant, and packed with so many beauty benefits — like reducing redness, hydrating your skin, and soothing any irritation. They just add something so special to the products they’re in — these 10 are great places to start if you’re looking to get a bit of a rose fix.

Pharmapacks

If you want to add a toner to your skincare regimen but are afraid it might strip your skin, give this affordable one a go. The addition of rosewater makes it feel so soothing and gentle on the skin.

Sephora

The texture of this face mask is divine: Gentle, cooling and super hydrating. It’s completely packed with a whole slew rose-derived ingredients, and the gel’s color is so gorgeous.

Sephora

This is the product to choose if you want to literally smell like a bed of roses — the notes of rose de mai give the perfume a lush, romantic fullness that’s perfect for date night.

Laura Mercier

This blend of essential oils leaves your skin so soft and smooth. Rose Hip Oil is actually just one of the oils contained in the blend, but the addition of a light rose fragrance really adds something special.

LUSH

Rose-infused perfumes and skincare products are pretty straightforward, but we bet you never expected to find a bright yellow eyeshadow on this list. Lush has created a product that fits the bill! This shadow-in-a-bottle is formulated with rose petals to give it a nice nourishing feel around the eyes.

Target

Trust us, you’re gonna want this on hand for cold winter days. This cream keeps your skin so super hydrated. In addition to rose and rose oil, this also contains skin-loving ingredients like aloe and white tea.

Ulta

How beautiful is this neutral “wild rose” shade? We love that Pacifica (which is one of the greenest brands out there, FYI!) chose to add rose extract to this affordable gem.

Target
Thrive Market

If you love the idea of smelling like roses but don’t want to douse yourself in synthetic perfume, give this body wash a try: It gives your skin a soft, subtle rose scent.

Sephora

Burberry includes a bit of rosehip in this lipstick’s formula, and that gives it a great creamy texture. If you really want to play up the rose thing, go for it in the shade Tea Rose No. 277.

Nuxe Paris

Want to smell like roses as soon as you remove your makeup? This 3-in-1 product cleanses, purifies, and softens your skin.