Rose water is one of the basic ingredients in the Trianon Bouquet products. From The Zoe Report:

 Mention the words “anti-aging” within earshot of a dermatologist, and  a retinoid prescription will suddenly appear, as if by magic. I’m  exaggerating, but only a little: The lab-isolated vitamin A metabolite  is the most-prescribed medication in the industry, and has long been  lauded for reversing and preventing wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots.  Lately, consumers have started second-guessing the retinoid script (it  usually involves some pretty intense side effects) and seeking out  gentle, natural alternatives. Bakuchiol is the big one, but experts say rose’s skincare benefits include some serious youth-preserving power, too.

This  isn't your typical anti-aging ingredient, though. Whereas retinol and  bakuchiol work to repair and reverse the signs of aging (or, you know,  signs of a long life well-lived), rose essentially keeps them from  showing up in the first place. “Roses are filled with antioxidants that  help fight free radicals caused by pollution and UV light,” Dr. Lily Talakboub, M.D., F.A.A.D, a board-certified dermatologist  with McLean Dermatology and Skincare Center, tells The Zoe Report. Many  of the things perceived as symptoms of getting older — loss of  collagen, dull skin, hyperpigmentation — can also be symptoms  of long-term environmental stress; so antioxidant-packed rose "helps  prevent the signs of aging" by neutralizing the effects of pollution  particles and UV exposure, according to the dermatologist. (Read more.)