17 peope found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2856172 on Jun 04, 2009
I mix this with jojoba oil and aloe vera gel to make eye make-up remover. It works great!
14 peope found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2133082 on Nov 03, 2010
This is THE only toner I use. I spray it on, let it dry naturally and then apply my moisturizer. It has a tiny bit of moisture from the minute undetectable oil of the petals and smells wonderful. So gentle it never burns or irritates my eyes. In the hot summer months, I refrigerate it.
Lovely and fragrant
11 peope found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2134031 on Feb 28, 2008
I have been using this product for several months and it feels great on my skin and hair. I use it before and after I apply makeup and it feels just great. It helps my hair feel soft and fragrant.
Using for Astigmatism and Dry Eye
19 peope found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1737348 on Nov 04, 2010
Yes! Astigmatism. I had lasik years ago and ever since have good vision but mild astigmatism that is very annoying. I use a pair of spec for night driving that corrects it but during the day, especially in large space, like a mall or rail station, it drives me crazy! Vision not as clear as it could be. I had Lasik so I don't want to have to wear glasses full time again just for that and I'm not too keen about having a "touch up" as my eye doc suggested, once was enough. I have used every single kind of drop to help with my dry eye (which makes the astigmatism worse) and nothing has helped. Desperate one day, i searched around the Internet for a 'natural cure for astigmatism.’ Rose water (pure..no additives and quality like this brand) kept coming up/ Ayurvedic medicine has used it for years and others apparently know about it as well. so I am trying it. One week so far and my eyes do feel much better, not quite as dry. Clear vision right after drops but still too soon too tell if it is a real cure. Its worth a shot to me as I believe in natural healing since it has been around alot longer than chemical/surgical healing. 2 drops each eye (stings a little but afterwards ahhhh!) a few times a day, as often as I using regular drops, does the trick. Search for yourself by entering "Astigmatism Rosewater" in your search engine. Most say to use lime juice with it but I am just using the rosewater.
8 peope found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2001205 on Jun 07, 2009
I love this rose spray, I keep one bottle next to my bed to spritz myself when I wake up + I have a bottle at work to help relieve stress and beat the heat. Highly recommend this- my boyfriend even likes being sprayed...