Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist Really Makes Your Skin Glow

I'm constantly looking for ways to make my skin glow. But with dry skin, it proves to a be challenge. My Biotherm Aquasource Superserum moisturizer helps me stay hydrated, but it hardly gives me that dewy finish I crave. So when the opportunity arose for me to try Jurlique's Rosewater Balancing Mist Intense, I couldn't have been more excited.

Having never tried rosewater, I was anxious to see what all the hype was about. A few other editors here at HuffPost Style tout the floral concoction as the next miracle product -- maybe it's not magical, but after a few weeks, I think I'm hooked.

Jurlique Limited Edition Intense Rosewater Balancing Mist, $60, jurlique.com

For the past three weeks, I have been spritzing myself with rosewater every morning before I put on my face cream. All it takes is a spritz or two and my entire face is covered.

The first thing I noticed about the Jurlique rosewater was how beautifully refreshing it was. The cool mist has been wonderful in the summer heat and it really wakes me up. While I didn't see any changes to my skin the first few days, eventually I noticed that it was retaining moisture much more easily than before. I stopped getting dry patches after about a week and a half and after ten days, I did have a bit of a glow.

The Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist comes with a steep price tag ($60 a pop), but I have been using it religiously for nearly three weeks and have barely made a dent in it -- the bottle could easily last me a couple of months.

Rating: 4 out of 5. I think it helped my skin retain moisture, but I'm not a huge fan of the strong floral scent.

The benefits of rosewater:

Rosewater Benefits

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