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You can now get your rose-water beauty-product fix on the cheap at Trader Joe’s


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There’s no need to spend your entire paycheck on rose-based facial products anymore. While cult favorites of the hydrating elixir that’s also good for drinking can skew a little pricey, Trader Joe’s just released two new products that won’t cost more than your morning Starbucks run.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the healthy grocer unveiled a Rose Facial Oil and a Rose Water Facial Toner, both for only $4. Obviously the price points are attention-grabbing, but how does the quality compare to more-expensive dupes?

According to Trader Joe’s website, the special formula in the toner includes moisturizing Damask rose water and oil, balancing and toning witch hazel, and soapbark to soften and condition.

According to the TJ’s website, the special formula in the toner includes moisturizing Damask rose water and oil, balancing and toning witch hazel, and soapbark to soften and condition. It does contain added fragrance, though, so the rose smell you’re getting isn’t totally natural, like other brands may be. There’s no word yet on the oil’s details, though.

Basically, if you want a much more inexpensive alternative for rose-water facial products, you know where to find ’em. And if you’re not too keen on putting the added fragrance on your skin, you can always use the spray as an easy way to freshen up your room instead of your pout.

You can snag these on-trend natural beauty products at Target. Or, head over to Costco for some other impressive options.

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