This is a highly prized absolute concentrate with a rich floral scent that is beautifully balancing and harmonic. It has a soothing effect on the spirit and is also a wonderful tonic for the skin, especially mature skin, leaving it feeling soft and revitalised when used in skin care blends. It is also associated with healthy hormone balance in women. And is often used at birth to welcome a new baby. Blends well with: Neroli, Sandalwood, Melissa, Chamomile Roman
- Youthful complexion
Rose is a great essential oil for mature or sensitive skin, smoothing wrinkles and leaving the skin soft, nurtured and feeling revitalised. You can make your own night time serum by blending 10 drops of Rose Maroc in 5ml of Rosehip Oil and 5mls of Evening Primrose.
- Women's Health
This beautiful oil is tonic for women. It supports natural hormone balance and is also gently aphrodisiac, said to encourage natural readiness for conception. Rose damask is also beneficial through the natural phases of menopause. Add 2 drops to 1ml of massage cream and apply to the tummy at night time.
Welcome a new baby into a world full of roses by adding a drop to the mothers thighs and onto the chest during birth. The baby's senses will be stimulated by this wonderful pure aroma known as the Scent of Angels.
- Positive Outlook
Create a positive, calm atmosphere that supports recovery from insomnia, migraine, headache and nervous tension. Add a drop of Rose oil to the wrists as a perfume.
Safety: Safe if used as directed. If ingested, drink milk. Avoid eyes, flush with water. Keep out of reach of children.Please note: Therapeutic plant oils are used to support natural body process for optimum health and wellbeing. The information here is NOT meant as recommendation for cure of any medical condition or disease.
The rose is one of our most recognized flowers with a rich fragrance that has perfumed human history for centuries. From the ancient gardens of Persia where it was believed to be first cultivated, to extravagant Roman banquets, the rose has symbolised love, passion, innocence, sympathy, desire and luxury. The healing traditions around the rose are no less important. The 17th century English physician Culpepper believed that the red rose strengthened the heart, and that its extracts had cooling and astringent benefits. He wrote that it was also a tonic for headache and tired eyes. Rose, with its mild anti-viral and bactericidal properties, is often blended into creams, lotions and soaps. It has stimulating effects on the blood and is known as the heart oil, often used for grief and loss.Please note: the traditional uses listed here are for reference only and under no circumstances should they be taken as recommendations for cures or treatments for diseases or medical conditions. Therapeutic oils are used to support natural body functions and work in harmony with our body's physiology.
Rosa damascena, blossoms, absolute from organic cultivation, Turkey / Morocco.
beta-Phenylethanol, Citronellol, Nonadecane, Geraniol, Nonadecene