Records suggest that rosewater was used as early as 900BC. Well-to-do Romans bathed in it and Cleopatra doused her sails in it. Today, its delicate scent and redness-calming quality make it a real hit for skincare.
The pink peppercorn is not really pepper but a spicy berry with a unique taste and dazzling appearance that make it a foodie favourite. And it’s chock-full of antioxidants, too, to keep the skin in good working order.
Making your own rosewater couldn’t be easier. Carefully remove some rose petals from their stems, add them to water and simmer on a low heat. Strain out the petals and pour your beauty water into a jar or bottle.
For a lighter moisturiser, try this hydrating gel. No cream or residue – just super soft skin.
Revive the senses and quench thirsty skin with this traditionally crafted soap bar.
Exfoliate your body with this hydrating scrub to remove impurities and drench skin in moisture.
Three hand and body care products that pack a spicy and hydrating punch.
Tackle dryness and help keep hands looking young with this rose-enriched hand cream.
Cleanse hands in silky softness with this rose-fragranced, lathering liquid soap.