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Love it

I used the Rose water in my Charcoal bubble clay mask. The light scent of rose made the mask luxurious.

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Not happy

Not happy with this Rose Water. It smells more like it is just water with some drops of rose oil in it. I am usually pleased with most products from Brambleberry, but not a fan of this one.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Shannon! I'm sorry for the confusion! We love the Rose Water though it is a light infusion of rose petals in water for a very light and gentle scent. It is not used as a fragrance but more in place of water in lotions, spray, etc. If you're looking for a rose scent I would recommend either our natural Rose Absolute or for a synthetic fragrance our English Rose Fragrance Oil or Baby Rose Fragrance Oil would be great choices depending on what type of rose smell you're looking for!

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This IS real rose water

This is rose water distillate & it should NOT be pink. Rose water distillate is by-product of distilling rose petals to make rose essential oil. The left over distilled water is clear with a light rose scent. If you find pink rose water, it is either rose tea (a tea made with hot water & rose petals), or it has been dyed pink. This rose water distillate is the real thing & I love it for facial toners. Some people will be sensitive to any distillate. Don't use distillates on your skin if you have rosacea, or if you are allergic to the plant. Otherwise, it is great in toners, lotions, etc to add a light scent.

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This is NOT pure rose water

This is water with essential oils. Rose water should be a pale pink in color. What I received is water plus essential oils which I could have done at home.

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not pure rose water.

Very disappointed with this rose water. It caused itchiness redness on my face when I used it as facial toner.

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Gigi! I'm sorry you were disappointed in this product. Our Rose Water does contain a small amount of preservatives (Sodium Benzoate and Potassium Sorbate) used to keep from bacteria growing. Though this is quite normal for rose water. We love our Rose Water and thinks it's great to make gentle toners with as seen in the Infused Aloe and Rose Water Toner tutorial. I will email you personally to discuss this further.