Rosewater Facial Toner is an oil-free hydrating formula that gently removes debris and residue to help refine and refresh a natural and healthy glow. This super-humectant toner features hyaluronic acid, vegetable glycerin, sodium PCA, rose petal essence and aloe vera for a petal-soft and radiant complexion. Formulated to help refresh, nourish and tone the skin by:• Combating dryness
• Invigorating dermal circulation
• Diminishing the overall appearance of fine lines
• Refining pores
Ingredients: Vor-Mag Water*, Glycerin (vegetable), Sodium PCA, Sodium Hyaluronate (Hyaluronic Acid), Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe) Leaf Juice, Potassium Sorbate and Rose Damascena. (Hydroessential Rose).
Directions: Dispense onto soft cotton and apply to face as needed. Use before application of makeup, sunscreen, moisturizer or as part of your nighttime skin care routine.
I mix 7/8 rose water to10 drops lavender oil per 100mg spray bottle & spray my towels before or after a bath, & all around uses.
her urine on her pee pad has gotten very dark. Like a dark straw. She drinks plenty doesn't behave as she is ill and she has never had a uti or liver, or any infection ever. She is 12 years old and i have given her vitamins and make sure she is well cared for and due to her age and cats normally getting issues like that from age I thought why not. i mean it won't hurt right? But one week after starting on this product and the urine is stronger and darker? I dunno but you can't return it and for the cost I'd like to. i'd also like to know if anyone else has come across this?
Very moisturizing. Brings my locs back to life.
UPDATE** my cat ended up hospitalized for blockage BUT I do believe this supplement did its best to fight for the week he was on it because he wasn't as uncomfortable and the blockage happened slowly (compared to the first time he was blocked). I'm feeding this to my cat in recovery along with a prescription food. I'll be adding water to his food as much as I can~ fingers crossed! ________ It's only been a week since my cat was taken to urgent care for blood in his urine. Test results showed signs of FLUTD + idiopathic cystitis. Since he was still urinating, he was cleared to go home with some pain meds and the recommendation to see if it resolves on its own. I didn't love the idea of simply waiting for his own system to heal itself, so I landed on this product. I've been taking D-Mannose myself and know the benefits of the ingredients in this supplement, and turns out it's safe for cats, so I felt good about trying this. In addition to incorporating more water in his food, I've added this. Almost immediately I noticed that his litter was sans blood drops. My cat is still not peeing as much as I'd like yet, but this seems very promising.
I like it, I use it on my hair