The Rosewater moisturizer has been in the news recently.
It was the first product to make its debut at Sephora’s Spring 2017 launch, and it’s now the most popular product at Separated Cosmetics.
Sephort was the only brand to announce it would launch the product in March 2017.
Separate also announced it would be launching the product this summer.
Now, it looks like the brand has finally released a product in its lineup.
The RoseWater facial tonic, released in June, was the second product to be released by the company in that time frame.
The other product, the RoseRose serum, is a $10 facial cleanser that was released in August.
It comes in two flavors: Rosewater and RoseRose.
Each one contains a total of 12 ingredients: organic rosewater, water and mineral water, sodium hyaluronate, citric acid, coconut glycerin, fragrance, vitamins A, C, E, B5, E12, B12, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, copper, zinc, and zinc oxide.
The product is available now for $49.99 on Separates website.
The ingredients list for RoseWater contains 6 different minerals, including calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus.
It contains zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, zinc oxide powder, calcium carbonate, calcium magnesium, sodium hydroxide, and aluminum oxide.
For RoseRose, the ingredients list is identical to Rosewater except for the addition of a vitamin B5 supplement.
For the serum, you’ll find the following ingredients: rosewater (water), titanium dioxide (stearate), calcium carbonates (cocoa butter), sodium hyaloacetic acid (lime juice), citric acids (sodium lauryl sulfate), titanium oxide (nickel), mineral water (citric acid), and mineral salt (salt).
It contains 6 essential minerals, which are essential for the formation of collagen and elastin, and vitamin B6, which is also found in rosewater.
It also contains Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and Vitamin B12.
The serum contains 0.5 grams of fat per cup, which will be the smallest amount of fat a facial tonner can contain.
There are a few other small differences between the two formulas, though.
The first thing you notice is the lack of a fragrance in RoseRose and the RoseWater.
You’ll also notice the formula looks a bit thinner than RoseWater’s.
The creaminess of RoseRose is less noticeable and more noticeable with a lighter tone, but it’s still noticeable.
The formula is not as smooth as RoseWater, but its consistency is less stiff.
Separate claims are that it helps to “boost the hydration of skin.”
Separatable says the formula is “an all-in-one cleanser and toner for your skin that offers a unique blend of essential ingredients that works to moisturize, tone, and boost the hydrations of your skin.”
The serum also contains a mineral water extract.
Separatables claims that “this unique mineral water has been proven to provide long-lasting hydration and boost your skin’s hydration by removing impurities and debris that cause breakouts and redness.”
The ingredients also include a vitamin C and vitamin E. Both ingredients contain the antioxidant vitamin C. Separbates claims that the serum has “anti-aging properties that work by improving collagen and elasticity.”
Separate also claims that it contains “active ingredients to prevent acne, help prevent sun damage, and improve your skin tone.”
The products are currently available on Separate’s website, at Separsale, Separatiemos, Separate Sephorts, Separbate, and Separable Cosmetics for $89.99 each.
It is available for $29.99 at Separate, Separatates website, and at Separbats.com.
What’s in the RoseWaters serum?
Separate says that the Rose water serum contains: Rose water (water, rosewater), rose extract, vitamin C, and mineral calcium.
Rosewater (sugar water, honey), vitamin C (calcium carbonate), vitamin E, magnesium chloride, potassium chloride, and selenium sulfate.
RoseRose (rosewater, raspberry), vitamin B-6, vitamin E (ascorbic acid), vitamin A (ascorbyl palmitate), and vitamin C-6 (caprylic acid).
RoseRose(rosewater) (rose extract, glycerine), vitamin D, vitamin A, vitamin D-6 supplement, and calcium sulfate, with trace amounts of potassium sulfate and sodium sulfate added to the formulation.
RoseWater (rose, rose water, rose extract), magnesium oxide, mineral water.
RoseRose(water,rosewater), mineral calcium, zinc sulfate.,