The Prettiest Rose-Scented Beauty Products Out There

Flowers die, but with these fragranced gifts, everything will be coming up roses.

photography by MICHAEL WELTBANK; Styling by Kristin Limoges


Multi-Masking
Treat yo self! This mask has epic cult status for a reason: It immediately gets to work on signs of fatigue and leaves the skin looking youthful and energized—all while being deliciously scented with rose. Sisley Paris Black Rose Cream Mask, $162

Another mask with best-seller status: This unique gel formula is infused with real rose petals and pure rose water that hydrates and tones the complexion. Get it, girl! Fresh Rose Face Mask, $62

Alright, rosehip is different than rose—mainly because rosehip has a full range of omegas 3, 6, 7 & 9—but the results are still instant radiance and renewed skin tone. Pai Rosehip BioRegenerate Rapid Radiance Mask, $60

When you need to both be kind to your skin and show blackheads who’s boss, this is your mask. It’s rich in wild rose (lots of omegas for skin repair) and rosehip, which has trans-retinoic acid for anti-aging benefits. Herbivore Clay Mask, $22

Hey, nice price point! A lot of bang (gel texture that nourishes and hydrates with rose petals and essence of hand-picked roses from Britain) for not a lot of buck. The Body Shop British Rose Fresh Plumping Mask, $28

If roses and technology had a baby (pardon the metaphor), it’d be this mask that utilizes plant biotechnology in a cooling gel to help invigorate and improve the look of skin vitality. You’ll look like a spring rose after you use it. Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell Bio-Repair Gel Mask, $52

photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK


Spritz Spritz
This special edition of Rose of No Man’s Land oil is already a crowd pleaser. Add a luxe leather mini whip keychain, and you’ve got yourself a spicy gift. Bryedo La Surprise Rose Roller and Whip Keychain, $150

Moroccan and Turkish roses are paired with smoky bergamot for a rosy scent that isn’t a pushover. Liquid Red by Phuong Dang, $450

Each scent in this collection is named after and embodies a fully-realized character from a fictional British aristocrat family, and this rose and musk scent is Duchess Rose. No royal marriage needed to spritz on! Portraits Pennaligon's The Coveted Duchess Rose, $240

How beautiful is this bottle? And the scent is pure evocative luxury, using oud and taif rose. The Kuwait-based fragrance house, TFK (The Fragrance Kitchen), was founded by Sheikh Majed Al-Sabah, and all scents are inspired by the memory of his grandmother. *Swoon* TFK A Rose With A View, $320

Bold and pop-y, this classic rosy scent is accented by notes of blackcurrant and pink pepper. Annick Goutal Rose Pompon, $149  

Built around a lush Bulgarian rose, then accented with tart and spicy additions. *Insert rose and chili pepper emojis here.* Ex Nihilo Devil Tender, $325

Yummy and subtle, Essence of Rose features a variety of roses that combine to create a classic and feminine scent in an easy-to-use rollerball. Jurlique Essence of Rose Roll, $22

photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK


Feed Me
Pink! Chocolate! Rosé! Edible Crystallized rose petals! What are you waiting for? Go get one! Compartes Roses & Rosé, $9.95

Okay, not exactly roses, but the raspberry cider color is spot on rose pink, and it’s from our favorite farm and orchard ever: Westwind in Accord, NY. Westwind Raspberry Cider

Lorenza is a dry Rosé with aromas of tangerine blossom and rose petal, made from vines over 100 years old. And the wine company is founded by the most adorable mother-daughter duo: Michele Ouellet and Melinda Kearney. Lorenza Rose, $20

Remember when these rosette-shaped gummies infused with real Rosé wine had an 18,000 person wait list? Us, too. But now they’re available and delicious and hold on we’re eating some right now. Sugarfina Rose Gummies, $8.50

You don’t always associate moist, tasty cakes with mail order, but darnit, this cake is as visually stunning as it is delicious. We taste tested it for you—we’re so kind and so selfless. Pink Rose Chocolate Cake, $39.95

Handmade in Mexico City, Kitzia collaborated with artist and designer Ashley Woodson Bailey on a new collection of chocolates that are both delicious and beautiful, including the Rose + White Chocolate—roses enveloped in delicate cocoa butter, punctuated with rose peppercorns. Kitzia x AWB Chocolates, $33 for box

photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK


Moisture Me
Wrap yourself in friendship and luxury and everything nice with this luxurious body oil lightly scented of roses. What is it missing? Anything synthetic, parabens and testing on animals. Pro tip: Blend the Chantecaille highlighter with the body oil for instant supermodel legs. Chantecaille Rose de Mai Body Oil, $95, and Liquid Face Lumiere, $39

Retinol—in a body cream? Say what? Indeed. And this powerful cream promotes smoother and firmer looking skin. Chantecaille Retinol Body Treatment, $96

A mixture of seductive pure rose oil from Damascene roses and St. John's wort extract, this bath oil has a relaxing and stress-relieving effect. Susanne Kaurfmann Rose Oil, $75

If your motto is ‘Keep it simple, silly,’ then this is your hand cream. Lightly scented with roses, very moisturizing, and free of all slimy hand cream nonsense—it’s a best seller for a reason. Jurlique Rose Hand Cream, $25

This incredible body butter’s claim to fame is that it “envelops you in the smell of 1,000 rose petals.” Sold, Shiva Rose, sold! It also works to open and heal the heart and crown chakras, and it has anti-aging benefits—so, that’s pretty much all you need in this life. Double sold! It also has the most deliciously whipped shea butter texture and it's heaven.  Shiva Rose Celestial Rose Body Butter, $60

Cocoon yourself in a silky veil of rosy goodness with this balm—it has the perfect freshly-picked rose scent. BY TERRY Baume de Rose Body Cream, $95

photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK


Tone Up
Let this rose water toner soothe your troubles away—it’s moisturizing, cooling, and helps removes skin impurities. Just spritz throughout the day for happier skin. Fresh Rose Floral Toner, $40

A trifecta of moisture-enhancing rose, soothing coconut water, and youth-boosting hibiscus flower petals unite to tone, hydrate, and soften all skin types. This is major moisture. Herbivore Rose Hibiscus Coconut Water Hydrating Face Mist, $31.99

You’ll feel fancy just looking at the bottle. Toners are a vital part of skin care if you’re looking for a more balanced complexion, but they often can be drying. Not this lady! She’s infused with white brightening roses native cells that shrink pores without drying them out. BY TERRY Cellularose Hydra Toner, $65

This can be your go-to mist—it has the relaxing scent of rose, and it restores and hydrates the complexion. Plus, the roses are grown specially on Jurlique’s biodynamic farm in Australia. Jurlique Rosewater Balancing Mist, $24

photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK


Light Up
This candle smells like a bouquet of heady roses with hints of lemon. Give it as a gift or buy it for yourself. Your apartment will thank you. Jo Malone Red Roses, $65

Limited edition for Valentine’s Day, Diptyque’s new collection is inspired by King Henry II's mistress Rosamund Clifford, who was poisoned by the Queen. Drama! Beyond smelling like musk and roses and everything nice, the paper around the candle steals the show. Diptyque partnered with Antoinette Poisson, who designed two exclusive motifs of domino paper—one floral and the other geometrical, but entirely worthy of your Valentine. Diptyque Rosa Mundi Candle, $68, and Circular Oval, $50

Light your home, and the world—each candle sold provides solar energy to under-resourced countries globally. This rose, berry, and pink peppercorn mix is in a winning scent. Starling Currant and Rosewood Candle, $55

Sandalwood, elemi and roses, oh my! LAFCO Rose and Elemi Candle, $44

photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK


Shower of Roses
This dry shampoo combines natural herbs for hair and scalp health, and the lovely rose-scented formula cleanses and refreshes hair between washes. French Girl Rose Organic Dry Shampoo, $27.99

This duo started our entire obsession with roses: It’s paraben and sulfate free (a tricky thing in shampoos) and works to keep your scalp and color fresh with rose oil and baobab. Christophe Robin Rose Shampoo and Conditioner, $38 and $43

Argan and coconut oil, as well as shea butter, unite for the shiniest, softest hair imaginable—all with a delicate modern rose fragrance. Moroccanoil Rose Conditioner, $26  

This champ is formulated with Moroccan rose otto oil to nourish the skin and leave it lightly fragranced with roses, all while being perfectly stress relieving and soothing. Ahhhh. Ren Moroccan Rose Otto Bath Oil, $48

Scruba scruba scruba. Only the good stuff in this scrub: It combines a highly moisturizing blend of virgin coconut oil and delicately floral Bulgarian rose absolute. And none of the bad stuff:  artificial ingredients, fillers, alcohol, animal ingredients, fragrances, artificial colors, or unnatural preservatives. Does good and feels good! Herbivore Coco Rose Coconut Oil Body Polish, $38

A gentle exfoliating cane sugar body polish that will leave the skin silky smooth, energized, and lightly scented with roses. Sweet! Ren Moroccan Rose Otto Sugar Body Polish, $60

photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK


Face It
This gorgeous oil reduces inflammation and “opens the heart chakra.” Yes and yes. Oh, and it has the most perfect, gentle rose scent ever. Shiva Rose Rose Face Oil, $105  

Deeply replenishing and nourishing, this balm repairs and protects both instantly and over time. BY TERRY Baume De Rose Face Cream, $85

This rich gel-cream for eyes has the perfect texture for your morning routine (see: rushed). It absorbs quickly to illuminate tired-looking eyes. Bye, dark circles—won’t miss you. Fresh Rose Eye Cream, $41

A mastery blend of precious rose oils helps hydrate and balance the skin making for a great wintertime moisturizer. Jurlique Rose Moisture Plus Moisturizing Cream, $44

Oh, friends, you must. This oil has a cult following for a reason: It’s an anti-aging formula that rejuvenates and revitalizes while preparing skin to better absorb the other products in your skincare regime. Oh, and the fragrant black rose extract scent (*faints from excitement*)! Sisley Paris Black Rose Precious Face Oil, $235

This intensely hydrating serum boosts the benefits of your entire skincare regime with soothing rose water and nourishing rose oil. Fresh Rose Deep Hydration Race Serum, $55

High concentrations of omegas 3, 6, 7, and 9 help repair and protect the skin against environmental stresses and visible damage—yet this natural formula is incredibly gentle. Pai Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil, $40

photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK


Make Me Up
A classic for a great price. Organic coconut oil, creamy shea butter, raw sugar, and rose oil combine in this all natural, gently exfoliating treatment for soft, smooth lips. Herbivore Coco Rose Lip, $18

This skin tint has a rosy tone that will give you the most healthy glow, and it comes in the chicest holder ever. (And all Kjaer products are refillable, which is great because you're going to absolutely love this brand and need more ASAP.) Kjaer Weis Cream Blush in Blossoming, $56

A nude with pink undertones. Hi, we’re Brigitte Bardot in a rose garden now. Kjaer Weis lipstick in Honor, $56

Free of anything gross (toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, camphor, TPP, xylene, phthalates, parabens and fragrances), this brand is focused on treating you right, with the chicest colors, including these rose-tinted shades. Voyeur is a semi-sheer dusty rose; Nymph is a semi-sheer petal pink with fuchsia and gold shimmer; Bardot is a creme finish pale pink. Habit Nail Polish in Nymph, Bardot, Voyeur, $18 each

The cult product that keeps all the Domino editors’ lips smooth and rosy fresh. Glossier Rose Balm Dotcom, $12

This guy is highly concentrated with shea butter and essential rose wax, which means it's moisturizing, soothing and comforting—not to mention glam. It’s the stuff of lips’ dreams. BY TERRY Baume De Rose, $60

Published on February 12, 2017 - 7:00am EST

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