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Rose Cold Cream est. 1901
In 1901 natural beauty instead of heavy make-up was all the rage! Healthy and smooth skin with a porcelain glow and pink healthy cheeks- that is what women were after. White skin was en vogue so women protected their skin from the sun. This isn’t to say women didn’t wear any makeup. The popular cosmetics were found in natural colors, nudes, and soft shades with a lot of skin care products like cold cream.
While cosmetics took the back burner in this time period, Skin care was held above everything. Women would use cold creams on a daily basis for cleaning, moisturizing, softening the skin, and preventing chapping. Rose was one of the most favored cold creams because the Rose water works as a natural cleanser, toner, and has a wonderful light scent.
* This cold cream doesn’t have any modern emulsifying ingredients to keep things from separating. This is one reason historical creams were sold in small jars. If it separates It’s still completely usable, just stir it up.
In 1901 natural beauty instead of heavy make-up was all the rage! Healthy and smooth skin with a porcelain glow and pink healthy cheeks is what women were after.
4 oz. Ingredients: Rose Oil, Glycerine, Almond Oil, Bees Wax
These products are created from original historically reproduced recipes carefully researched and lovingly made from the preserved archives of apothecaries, perfumers, ancient herbalists and the curators of medicinal wares as early as the 1300’s. Brought to you by LBCC HISTORICAL PRODUCTS, these ancient elixirs combine the wisdom of the past with the celestial magic of herbal alchemists that defies time.
|Dimensions||6 x 6 x 6 cm|