Lotus Herbals RoseTone
What The Company Claims About The Product:
Rose Petals Facial Skin Toner (alcohol-free)
• Completes the perfect cleansing routine.
• Rose water and tulsi tone up the skin while aloe vera nourishes, hydrates and maintains the natural pH balance of skin leaving it fresh and clean.
• The plant-derived hydroxy extracts replenish, moisture, provide a glowing, smooth complexion and reveal fresher skin.
Directions For Use:
After cleansing, wipe face and neck with cotton moistened with Rose Petals Toner. Can be used as a cleanser to remove superficial impurities.
Extracts of rose petal, tulsi leave, vetiver and aloe vera gel.
The rosetone comes in a long plastic, simple bottle packaging with a spray dispenser on top. Since the packaging is clear/see-through kinds, you can easily make out when to buy a refill.
I have been using this rosetone for the past 45 days and just 1/4th of it has finished off as yet.
My Verdict on Lotus RoseTone:
Rose water is one my favourite product in skin care. I like how multipurpose it can be, like you can use it as a toner, mix it with face packs, make your own makeup fix with it, or you can just spritz it on the face to freshen up. I also put a few drops of rose water in my eyes to clear them up and relax them after a long day in front of the computer.
Unfortunately, I have had major issues with the most commonly used Dabur Gulabari/rose water on my skin. It stings my face badly, leading to a lot of redness and itching. I also tried rose water from Patanjali/Divya pharmacy and Ayur, and faced similar issues. I was planning to buy Fab India Rose Water, about which I have heard great reviews, but it remains out of stock on most outlets. So, I bought this instead as Lotus has been a trusted brand too.
I tried using it as toner for 2-3 days, but it would make my face a little greasy after some time. However, it is safe for my sensitive skin and I had no other issues with this. I think this will make an excellent toner for normal to dry-skinned beauties.
I have stopped using this as a toner now, instead, I just spritz it on my face everyday after coming from work and washing my face, when I don’t feel like following the complete CTM routine. It has slight moisturising properties, so I can easily skip the moisturiser then.
I use it often to prepare my face packs and also use it to blend my foundations, by spraying a little on my flat top buffer brush and it gives a better result.
Overall, I am more than satisfied with this rosetone from lotus and I will definitely repurchase.
Summing its pros and cons below:
:yes: Gentle on my sensitive skin.
:yes: Alcohol free.
:yes: Contains added natural ingredients like aloe, tulsi, vetiver.
:yes: Would be great for normal-dry skin as a toner.
:yes: Easily available across stores.
:yes: Decent packaging with spray dispenser.
:no: Makes oily skin greasy, so not suitable for them as a toner.
:no: I won’t be able to put this one in my eyes as it has a lot of other ingredients apart from rose water.
:no: The price is a little more when compared with Dabur rose water/Patanjali/Ayur ones.
:no: Contains parabens.
3.85 ON 5 :-* :-* :-* :-
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