A simple DIY sugar scrub that you can make with the leftover petals from a bouquet of roses! Baby Rose Sugar Scrub cups of plain white sugar cup of baby oil 12 rose petals a food processor a pretty jar
How to make Wild Rose Water: use fresh rose petals to make a sensitive and soothing facial toner - it naturally refreshes your skin and smells amazing!
The rarest of all roses are blue. Blue was your favorite color and roses your favorite flower.
No fillers or preservatives. An all natural, non-greasy miracle moisturizer rich in skin loving vitamins, anti-oxidants and essentials
Roses, a beautiful bi-color. I used to grow roses as a hobby and learned a lot about their natural beauty and maintenance. There's a lot of history behind how a rose is given a name specifically with the newer hybrid tea roses. Into the future I shall try my hand with shrub roses, so much hardier. Shrubs are much more disease resistent. The only roses I am currently growing are Queen Elizabeths. A florabunda with super fragrant beautiful smell and the prettiest pink with a bit of a yellow…