Rose oil is, well, an oil, so it's bound to be hydrating, and it should at least plump up skin temporarily. It's also high in vitamin C, although research suggests that the fatty acids and vitamin content often degrade when exposed to daylight. So if you're going to use a rose-based product, do it because you enjoy the moisture and the scent, not because you expect to get all your omegas and vitamins from it.
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