Yesterday I reviewed Banjara’s Rose Water where I Mentioned that I mostly preferred Dabur Gulabari Rose Water and so today here I am with a review on it. I use in many ways. I use it as a skin toner, in face pack and even in thick creams. There are products which are thick in consistency; I mix some rose water in it before applying for better absorption.
Dabur Gulabari Rose Water Review
Price: Rs 37 for 120 ml
Availability: Easily available both offline and online.
“Aqua, Fragrance (Rooh Gulab), Rose Oil, Propylene Glycol -A cosmetic form of mineral oil found in automatic brake and hydraulic fluid and industrial antifreeze. In the skin and hair, propylene glycol works as a humescent, which causes retention of moisture content of skin or cosmetic products by preventing the escape of moisture or water. The Material Safety Data Sheet warns users to avoid skin contact with propylene glycol as this strong skin irritant can cause liver abnormalities and kidney damage. Can also cause eye irritation, skin irritation, skin drying, defatting, Methyl Paraben – An antifungal and antibacterial agent used as a preservative in pharmaceutical preparations, Proplyl Paraben– An antifungal agent used as a preservative in pharmaceuticals, Bronopol– a preservative used in milk samples intended for butter fat estimation; the reject milk fed to calves causes erosive abomasitis and death due to peritonitis.”
What Does Dabur Gulabari Rose Water Claim?
“Dabur Gulabari Premium Gulab Jal to make your skin feel fresh,smooth and glowing. It refines skin texture and rids pores of grease that causes blackheads. The Rose Oil (Rooh Gulab) – with nature’s best astringent, cooling and aromatic properties – gives a lingering fragrance and refreshing goodness. Rose Water also acts as a natural skin toner for dry and sensitive skin.”
My Experience With Dabur Gulabari Rose Water
Like Banjara’s rose water, this one also comes in clear cylindrical bottle with pink screw cap which is tight enough to be traveled with. So, there’s no issue regarding its packaging.
Consistency & Fragrance:
Like I said before I really like rose fragrance and this one also smells quite pleasant. Consistency is liquid and is colorless. When I prepare rose water at home it turn dark pinkish in color since I make it so strong. I then dilute it in more water but it’s still never clear like these market available products. So, I prefer homemade rose water over these.
My Experience With Dabur Gulabari Rose Water:
I’ve been using this since many years now and it kind of occupied my vanity forever. Still, I prefer homemade one over this but I have it always in hand. I use it as a toner on daily basis after washing my face. I also use this when I feel tired and my skin looks dull. Just dab some of it all over face and I’m good to go. I also add this face packs which gives quite good results. Since few weeks I’m using Biotique Biofruit Whitening & Depigmentation Pack which is very very thick in consistency. I mix some rose water in it and then apply it over my face; and this works well. Now coming to its effectiveness, it makes skin glow on regular use. I’m never going to sip it ever.
Pros of Dabur Gulabari Rose Water:
- Very light weight
- Good travel friendly packaging
- Available both online and offline
- Fragrance is so pleasant
- Suitable for all skin types
- Gets absorbed into skin quickly
- Keeps skin glowing on regular use
Cons of Dabur Gulabari Rose Water:
Overall: Best Product
Will I Re-Purchase Dabur Gulabari Rose Water?
Yes, why not? I mostly prefer homemade rose water but when I prefer to buy I may definitely choose this one.
Will I Recommend You Dabur Gulabari Rose Water?
Yes, a must have.