Hello all 🙂 I am going to share H2 Glow Gulabjal Rose Water Review in this post. With its delicate petals intertwined into a comely shape, enchanting and soul-stirring aroma that compels one’s olfactory senses to go into a state of bliss, distinct emotions attached with each color of it, gentle touch of its petals that enliven your tactile senses, and myriad ballads composed using it as an indispensable symbol to portray emotions, rose is aptly crowned the “King of Flowers” 🙂 From being used as a skin toner to an instant ‘wake-me-up’ ingredient, rose water needs no elaboration on its efficacy and vitality.
Since Indian hair and skin care regimen primarily relies on home remedies, rose water finds a permanent spot in an Indian lady’s beauty arsenal 🙂 I have been using H2 Glow Gulabjal Rose Water for a month. Today I will let you know how it fared on my parameters of evaluation. So, without deviating from the point anymore, let’s jump to H2 Glow Gulabjal Rose Water Review.
Price of H2 Glow Gulabjal Rose Water : Rs.35/- for 120 ml
Directions for use : Apply on face and neck to hydrate and freshen the skin. Add to you face packs to achieve a natural glow.
Ingredients : Rose water, distilled water, liquid glycerine.
Shelf life : 12 Months
Color : colorless
Smell : A very pleasant rose-like whiff.
What H2 Glow Gulabjal Rose Water claims
H2 Glow gulanjal is a unique blend of rose extracts that leaves the skin purified. It works in 3 ways.
- Cleanses- Its natural ingredients cleanse to give a natural glow.
- Moisturizes- Its rose touch removes dryness and dullness to give soft skin,
- Refreshes- Its cooling agents freshen the skin to give radiant skin.
My experience with H2 Glow Gulabjal Rose Water
Packed in a transparent plastic tube with a pink cap on top and an extra nozzle inside that needs to be pierced to draw out the gulabjal, H2 Glow Gulabjal Rose Water is hyigienic and fine on sturdiness. I don’t think the extra plastic cap given inside (that is to be pierced) is sturdy and hence, I think it is suscptible to spillage/leakage. On account of packaging, I therefore, consider H2 Glow Gulabjal Rose Water slightly disappointing.
The texture is runny (as is expected) and the aroma is seriously riveting! H2 Glow Gulabjal Rose Water instantly refreshes you senses and doesn’t make your skin feel sticky. It can be conveniently mixed with your face packs to augment their efficacy. I have often mixed it with the face packs that I prepare at home in lieu of plain water and not only does its aroma soothes you but also it tones one’s skin.
I find H2 Glow Gulabjal Rose Water suitable for use by all skin types and since it is free from any kind of preservatives or alcohol (which are frequently added to rose water), I can use this rose water on a regular basis sometimes as a face mist to sometimes as a toner alone. It softens one’s skin with regular use and during summers, can assist a great deal in cooling as well as rejuvenating one’s skin.
Since the price one is parting to purchase it is also reasonable, I don’t find any reason in sticking to alcohol and other chemical-laden toners that have inundated markets.
H2 Glow Gulabjal Rose Water given its economical pricing, ability to soften, cool, rejuvenate and freshen skin, is a value-for-money product. Since it is free from alcohol and preservatives, I am assured that I am not pumping something noxious in my skin that will wreak havoc in the long-run.
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Good about H2 Glow Gulabjal Rose Water
- Cools skin. So, particularly advantageous during summers.
- Refreshes skin.
- It has a natural rose-like aroma.
- Economical pricing
- Can be mixed in face packs conveniently that’ll augment their efficacy
- No alcohol/preservatives/noxious chemicals added
- Softens skin with regular usage
Bad about H2 Glow Gulabjal Rose Water
- Limted availability. I bought it online.
Availability : Online
Fashion and Beauty Rating : 4.5/5
Pure gulabjal is said to be good for eyes. If this one is asking not to be used in eyes then I highly doubt its composition. Great review!1
Oh I didn’t know that Ankita. Thanks for telling. Even if it’s not 100% pure, them also given the price it works wells. Also the ingredients list hasn’t listed anything harmful yet. So, it’s still good but Patanjali gulaabjal would be a better pick if this is the problem with this one 🙂
Thanks for reading 🙂
I love using Rose water 🙂 Its a must in my skin care routine so next time I will try it 🙂 its super affordable too
Yes, the price makes it all the more enticing, Kiran 🙂