Rose Oil

Rose Oil

Also known as Rosa Damascena Flower Oil


Calms redness, fades dark spots, soothes skin, brightening

What is it?

For centuries, the rose has been a staple in Ayurvedic practices, known for its ability to calm the mind, heart, and emotions. Its fragrant aroma, hydrating oils, and healing qualities have made it a versatile remedy for boosting emotional well-being and overall health. The process of obtaining rose oil is a meticulous one, which adds to its significant worth. The primary technique used is steam distillation, involving the placement of rose petals in a still and passing steam through them. The steam effectively draws out the oil from the petals, and the resulting mixture is then cooled to separate the oil. This approach helps in maintaining the natural scent and properties of the oil. It takes around 10,000 pounds of rose petals to yield just one pound of oil, making it a highly prized essential oil. The Rosa damascena, cultivated mainly in Bulgaria, Turkey, and Iran, is the preferred rose species for oil extraction. Renowned for its exceptional anti-aging benefits, rose oil is rich in antioxidants that fight free radicals, diminishing wrinkles and fine lines. Its moisturizing properties keep the skin hydrated, resulting in a youthful, radiant complexion. The oil's antiseptic and antibacterial qualities make it a potent solution for acne and other skin issues, promoting natural healing and balance. Furthermore, its calming effects aid in reducing redness and inflammation, enhancing overall skin health.

Traditionally use in

Face Toner, Face Wash