Rose water is a flavoured water made by steeping rose petals in water
Since ancient times, roses have been used medicinally, nutritionally, and as a source of perfume. The ancient Greeks, Romans and Phoenicians considered large public rose gardens to be as important as croplands such as orchards and wheat fields.
Rose perfumes are made from rose oil, also called attar of roses, which is a mixture of volatile essential oils obtained by steam-distilling the crushed petals of roses, a process first developed in Iran (Persia). Rose water is a by-product of this process.
Rose water is a usual component of perfume.
A rose water ointment is occasionally used as an emollient.
Rose water is sometimes used in cosmetics such as cold creams
It is used as cosmetics and medicinal use