WINTER ITCH GONE! Relieve dryness with skin soothing Kettle Soaps!

Rose Hydrosol

February 02, 2009

"I visited the Caribbean for a couple of weeks this year and brought along the Rose Hydrosol with me, because I tend to have break outs from sweating in the heat. I would use it every night before I went to bed which not only cooled me off, but calmed my skin! Before I knew it, my husband was asking me to spray his face too!  It was so cool and refreshing. Now that I'm back from the Caribbean, I still use it to set my makeup in the morning and as the last step in my cleansing routine at night. I love it! I can't wait to try the other varieties- the Orange Hydrosol one is next on my list! EVERYONE should try one of these at least once- they're wonderful!" Jennifer Noomly, Victoria, British Columbia

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