Since we were pretty much denied a proper spring, we're carrying all the May flowers
that the April showers didn't bring right on into the summer — starting with roses. Not only are they pretty to look at
, but these blooms also have some major skin, hair, and nail benefits. Scroll ahead to learn all the beautifying ways
that you can stop, smell, and slather on roses.
COPPER+CRANE Shimmering Bath Oil Soak ($18)
: Rose hip oil, argan oil, and shea butter make up an indulgent trifecta of moisturizing goodness. Pump it into the bath and watch it transform from a shimmering oil into a moisture milk.
Milani Rose Face Oil ($14):
If you're not ready to drop a ton of cash on a pricey face oil, try a drugstore version that blends rosehip oil with sunflower, apricot kernel, and sweet almond oils.
Pai Rosehip BioRegerenate Oil ($40):
If your skin can't handle retinol, here's a formula that uses beta-carotene, which converts to Vitamin A when absorbed into the body. There's no irritation on the outside while the ingredients work from the inside to fight off any signs of aging.
Le Mini Macaron Rose Nail & Hand Mask ($5):
Whether you get regular manis or just need some cuticle TLC, these rose and lavender oil-infused finger sheet masks will help hydrate dry and brittle nails.
Ouai Rose Hair & Body ($32):
Glow from the toes up with this absinthium, shea, and rosehip oil hair and body spray.
Shiffa Rose Maroc Night Elixir ($175):
Morrocan rose helps boost circulation while the retinoid and caffeine work on cell turnover. Chamomile keeps it balanced and calm.
MDNA Beauty Rose Mist ($120):
Tone skin with this rose spritz, created by Madonna, that's dripping with antioxidants and amino acids to soothe and improve your complexion.
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