OilCraft Naturals Rose Water Facial Mist Review
If you have been reading my blog posts, you might have noticed that I love using rose water as toner/facial mist and have been using them for the last couple of years. You can read my reviews on the rose waters from Kama Ayurveda, Forest Essentials & Good Earth. So, when I came across the brand called Oilcraft Naturals in few blogs and purchased three different facial mist from them which I have already reviewed here & here and today I am reviewing the Rose Water facial mist which I have used for the past couple of months and finished it. You would have seen it in my empties post here.
₹ 400 for 200 mL (now increased to ₹ 500)
Available online from amazon.in
About the Product
The Oilcraft rose water facial mist comes in a bulky plastic bottle with a spray that sprays a fine mist and you can transfer it into small spray bottles. The rose water is colorless, does not have any artificial fragrance and smell soothingly of real roses which is not overwhelming and will very well suit people with sensitive noses or people who do not like rose scents. I mostly just spray the rose water to my face after washing my face with face wash leaving it to air-dry. My face feels lightly hydrated, soft, skin feels soothed and this rose water will suit people with all skin types. I love both Forest Essentials & Kama Ayurveda rose water and the rose water from Good Earth was my favorite but I did not find any big difference between all of them and the rose water from Oilcraft, and this also comes in a distilled and pure form with no preservatives. The high price tag of the Kama Ayurveda & Forest Essentials became a limitation for me to indulge in them often and when I compared the price of the rose waters from Good Earth & Oilcraft, the big refill pack of Good Earth is still economical (I am not sure if they have hiked their prices) though finding it online is a bit more difficult compared to Oilcraft rose water. So, depending on which I can get easily I might repurchase either the refill pack of Good Earth or the Oilcraft rose water in future and the Oilcraft rose water also goes into my favorites list here.
Sturdy transparent pump packaging
Smells mildly and lovely of roses
Leaves the skin lightly hydrated
Soothes the skin
Pure 100% rose water with no added, colors, chemicals or fragrances
Can be used on all skin types
Feels similar to the other high brand rose water with an affordable price comparatively
Will last for 3 months if used daily as a facial spray or toner
Availability, though they are available online, but sometimes they go out of stock and it takes time to see them in stock again
Prettykooll rating: 4.5/5
Have you used the rose water from Oilcraft? Which brand’s rose water is your favorite?
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