Rose Essential Oil
Sweet, beguiling, and unmistakably romantic, Rose is one of the most precious and sought-after essential oils in the world. It takes an astonishing 10,000 rose blossoms to produce just 5 mL of Rose essential oil. But just a drop of Rose essential oil delivers a beautiful fragrance that soothes away stress and uplifts mood.
Why Is Rose Oil Good for Your Skin?
You can also enhance your skincare routine with Rose Touch. It is perfect for topical, skin care, personal fragrance, and therapeutic use. Rose aids in balancing the skin’s moisture levels, and because it has astringent qualities, when applied topically it helps reduce the appearance of skin imperfections. Use on areas of concern twice daily to reduce the appearance of skin blemishes, promote an even skin tone, and encourage a healthy complexion.
Where Does Rose Essential Oil Come From?
Symbolic of love, beauty, and seduction, roses have been adored for thousands of years. Persians perfected the distillation of rosewater and rose essential oil during the Middle Ages, and Rose became famous for its ability to improve the complexion throughout Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Today, rose bushes are well-known ornamental plants throughout the world and Rose essential oil graces high-end lotions, fragrances, cosmetics, and nutritional products.
There are hundreds of rose species in the world. The damask rose (Rose damascene) originates from Asia and is one of the most desirable roses, due to its superior fragrance, its scarcity, and its remarkable emotional benefits. The aroma of damask rose is indulgent and relaxing. It is also said to be rejuvenating.
How Do You Use Rose Essential Oil?
Rose Touch combines the essential oil of the exotic Bulgarian Damask Rose with Fractionated Coconut Oil in a sleek roll-on bottle, free of adulterants or artificial ingredients. Rose Touch can be applied topically to uplift mood throughout the day and balance emotions. Rose Touch also makes a beautiful, romantic personal fragrance and can be applied on the neck, wrists, and décolletage.