Fabindia Facial Rose Water Review

Fabindia Facial Rose Water


Ever since I have started following CTM regularly, rose water is one product I always make a point to stock up. I started out with many many years ago Dabur Gulabari and slowly shifted to Fabindia Rose water. I’ve lost count of how many bottles I have used up over the years.

Since I have dry and sensitive skin, I avoid alcohol based toners and so this particular product suits my skin like nothing else.


240 INR for 100 ml


Distillate of natural rose petals

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Product Description

The rose water itself looks like clear water and has mild, faint fragrance of real roses. No hint of any artificial fragrance. It comes in a sturdy, transparent spray bottle.

My opinion about Fabindia rose water

This has been my HG toner since the last so many years . No matter which other toner I try, I keep coming back to this one. I wouldn’t say this has worked wonders on my skin, but it regular use has definitely minimized appearance of open pores.

I basically have dry, sensitive skin and sometimes when my skin is at its irritated and sensitive best, this rose water has a very soothing and calming effect  on it. It never broke me out or caused any negative effects. Unlike most other toners I have used in the past, this doesn’t leave behind any sticky, stretchy or oily feeling. Just a light, cool and soothing feeling.

Needless to say, like all other rose waters, this one too can be used for multiple purposes – as a toner, in your face pack, as a face mist etc

I am currently using Kama Ayurveda Rose water as well, which I received as a sample in a beauty box recently. To be honest, apart from the double price (Kama Ayurveda Rose Water costs Rs 250 for 50 ml!), I haven’t seen noticeable difference in the results that they give.


  • Reasonably priced for the quality and quantity
  • Sturdy, travel friendly packaging
  • Suitable for all skin types, even for sensitive skin
  • Completely free of chemicals and artificial ingredients


None that I can think of

Should you buy it?

If you have dry, sensitive skin like me and looking for a good, alcohol-free budget toner, go for it. You won’t be disappointed.

If you have oily/combination skin and  looking for a good toner, this won’t help you much (as a toner) since it doesn’t address issues like oil control. But if you’re looking for a good facial mist, go for it!


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