Christmas Rose Vintage hand & face cream 4 fl. oz.

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with rosewater and glycerine

Treat yourself, or someone you love to this beautiful velvety soft lotion made with a WELSTAR variation of the popular Vintage formula of rosewater and glycerine. Glycerin is a humectant, meaning it attracts moisture to your skin making it perfect for winter time hydration. Rose water is an age-old beauty secret and has antiaging, balancing, and rejuvenating properties. This lotion has a delicate exquisite aroma you will look forward to using each and every time.

Inspired by a well-known evergreen perennial English plant, the Helleborus niger or "Christmas Rose," a true Christmas flower. Sometimes known as the "Snow Rose" or "Winter Rose," it blooms during the depths of winter in the mountains of Central Europe. One of the easiest and most rewarding of garden plants to grow, the ability of the Christmas Rose to bloom during the darkest months of the year when everything else is frozen solid, makes it a valuable asset to any garden. The Christmas Rose produces flowers from late Fall until early Spring.

Ingredients: Rosewater, glycerine, apricot kernel oil, vegetable wax, vitamin E, grapefruit seed extr5act, essential oils of rose, palmarosa, rosewood, and love.

Christmas Rose Vintage hand & face lotion


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Legend of the Christmas Rose According to European legend, the Christmas rose was discovered by a shepherdess named Madelon. On a cold and icy night, Madelon watched as the Wise Men and shepherds marched past her carrying gifts for the Christ Child. Having no gift for the baby, she began to cry. Suddenly, an angel appeared and brushed away the snow, revealing the dainty Christmas rose beneath the snow. Madelon gathered the Christmas roses to present as her gift to the Christ Child.

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