It’s time to give your skincare routine a major boost! Get the job done fast with the help of the Garnier Rose Water Soothing Skincare Collection. Why is it so effective? We’ve got all the details below!
Beautiful Skin All Year: The Garnier Rose Water Soothing Skincare Line
So you may be wondering what is the big deal about Rose Water? This particular element is being used widely in numerous beauty and skincare products. Brands love it because it is great on all skin types and comes with tons of benefits. Benefits such as the ability to reduce redness, anti-inflammatory properties, rid skin of acne as well as removing dirt and oil in clogged pores.
Pretty helpful right? Garnier filled us in on their Rose Water infused line that incorporates items for an array of skincare needs. The brand reveals,
“Your skincare routine is about to bloom. Meet our NEW 96% naturally derived skincare with Rose Water. This powerful ingredient actively soothes sensitive skin and provides nourishing hydration. This trio includes:
- Soothing Cleansing Milk
- Soothing Facial Mist
- Also, Soothing Moisturizer 3-in-1.”
Out of the three products the 3-in-1 moisturizer appeals to us on several levels. For one, you get a lot use out of it for one low price. Garnier explained the versatility of their latest moisturizer stating,
“The best part of our new 96 percent naturally derived moisturizer made with Rose Water? You can use it as day moisturizer, night time moisturizer AND as an overnight mask!”
Want to try the Garnier Rose Water Soothing 3-in-1 moisturizer? We spotted it online as well as in store at Target. It retails for a cool $9.99.
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