Rose Blossoms Bulgaria, Rosa damascena (2560) is a pure therapeutic-quality aromatherapy essential oil from Bulgaria, and is obtained from the blossoms.
The rose has traditionally been called the queen of flowers, and in aromatherapy rose oil is often thought of as the queen amongst essential oils. The very high price of rose oil (compared to Rose Absolute, which is an extraction) is attributed to the huge quantities of rose petals required to produce a tiny amount of oil. However only tiny amounts of the oil are needed for each treatment. This precious oil is uplifting to the nervous system. It is a valuable support to skin which is dry, delicate or mature, and this is why it is used in many beauty preparations.
Please note: This is a natural product and is often solid at room temperature. It may need to be warmed before use (holding the bottle in your hand is usually sufficient).
Recommend Formula and Effect
1. Whitening and reduce dark spots:
Rose Bulgaria 1 drop + rose Persia 1 drop + rose turkey 1 drop + rose alba 1 drop + jojoba oil 10ml, massage the face.
2. Strengthen women’s reproductive system:
Rose damascena 7 drops + balm 10 drops + rose geranium 10 drops + thyme thujanol 10 drops + davana 7 drops + mugwort 7 drops + angelica root 5 drops + tamanu oil 25ml + calendula oil 25ml, massage lower abdomen and sides of the spine. It also can regulate dysfunction of women reproductive system.
3. Multipurpose Formula (1%):
Blue chamomile 2 drops + helichyrsum 1 drop + rose damascene 3 drops + 15ml st. john wort macerated oil + 15ml sweet almond oil, apply before sleep or anytime when you feel needed, on the face, whole body or side of the spine.
Anti-inflammatory and soothing, excellent for regulating the mood.
Suitable as sensitive skin care face oil, it can brightening the skin, lightens the spots, promotes wound healing, soothing and anti-allergic, use together with rose hydrolat for better moisture effect.
Increase the dilution to 10% can regulate female reproductive problems, such as PMS and psychogenic pelvic inflammation.