Hello, my beautiful readers out there! Today’s story of the day is about Dabur Gulabari Rose Water, my first toner when I did not even know what toner was. Now that I know what a toner is, Dabur Gulabari Rose Water is still here and is still my choice.
Packaging & Colour:
Dabur Gulabari Rose Water comes in a basic, transparent plastic bottle with a pink flip-open cap. The bottle does not leak and is easy to travel with. Priced at INR 70 for 250 ml, it is transparent and smells exactly like roses. It claims to be 100% natural rose water, but it is not as its ingredients list is full of chemicals. It contains Aqua, Fragrance (Rooh Gulab), Rose Oil, Propylene Glycol, Propyl Paraben, Methyl Paraben, and Bronopol. It claims to cleanse, moisturise, and tone the skin, all in one go. It also claims to rejuvenate the skin after a long day and lighten the skin with regular use.
Dabur Gulabari Rose Water is one of those essentials in my household that are always there. I thought that it was completely natural until quite recently but then I got to know that it is full of chemicals. Even after knowing that, I have not stopped using it. I guess old habits die hard. I put a few drops of Dabur Gulabari Rose Water in my bath when I am in a mood to pamper myself. It is an essential part of all my face packs and DIYs where I use it in place of water. I love how my skin feels refreshed after I wipe it off with a cotton boll soaked in Dabur Gulabari Rose Water. If you can ignore the fact that it is full of chemicals, it is a great toner, and it is not possible to get such an efficient toner at this price.
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