A bunch of Roses

From a soothing balm to a cheeky flush, rose infused products offer a delicate treat for skin


Armani Bright Ribbon nail lacquer in Rose Tender €24 The vivid shades of Mediterranean rose gardens are the inspiration behind Armani’s summer nail collection; a high shine finish and cleverly designed flat brush shape make for easy application.

Dr Hauschka Rose Day Cream €26.95 This cult classic has been give an extra boost with skin protector carnauba wax and damask rose oil. A great all-round everyday cream.

Roger & Gallet Rose Hand & Nail Cream €6 A fast absorbing cream, with rose petal extracts to soften skin and cuticles, in a handy handbag size. At pharmacies nationwide.

Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick in Rose €42 Fake a rosy summer glow with this palette of pink toned blush, which gives any complexion a lift.

Decléor Aromessence Rose D’Orient Night Balm €72.90 Super soothing balm that melts into skin, calming irritations and rosacea while you sleep. From Clerys and grahamanthony.ie Estée Lauder Pure Colour Envy Sculpting lipstick in Rebellious Rose €29 This very wearable dusty rose shade with a time release moisture formula ensures lips stay hydrated and comfortable.

Ren Moroccan Rose Otto ultra moisture body oil €40 Massage this divinely scented rich oil into skin for summer ready skin.

Diptyque Roses Candle €50 Brown Thomas Bring the scent of freshly cut roses indoors with this candle from the the chic French fragrance house.

Lancôme Absolue L’Extrait €290 Each jar of this regenerating elixir contains two million rose cells (did they count?). The resulting cream is pure luxury, leaving skin soft and velvety and the rose scent is a heavenly bonus.

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