Rose Essential Oil

Rose damascena

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For thousands of years, the rose, with its beautiful aroma, has been the symbol of love. Four products produced from the rose are: Rose Otto Oil, Rose Concrete, Rose Absolute and Rose Water.

Rose Otto Essential Oil is produced by the steam distillation of the flowers and petals of the Rosa damascena. Rose Otto oil is a very precious oil – it can take more than 30 roses to produce a drop of oil, there is only a small time of the year that the roses are able to be harvested, and they must be picked early in the morning, which explains the limited supply and high price.

It is prized for its beautiful aroma, and a valued ingredient in the perfume industry. It is also a favorite in the cosmetic industry, with its myriad of benefits and gorgeous scent. It is an uplifting, balancing oil rich in benefits.

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APPEARANCE  Pale light yellow color 
ODOUR    Characteristic, sweet, floral, intense
SPECIFIC GRAVITY @20°C  0.850 to 0.885
REFRACTIVE INDEX @20°C  1.455 to 1.475

Rose Otto oil is a complex essential oil, with multiple components. It is rich in vitamins and antioxidants.

EU Allergens
Citral <1.5
Citronellol  <35
Eugenol <1.2
Farsenol <1
Geraniol <23
Limonene <1
Linalool <1


Rose Otto oil has many properties. It is antiseptic, astringent, antiviral and antimicrobial properties.

Its beautiful fragrance makes it a favorite in the perfume industry.

It is uplifting, emotionally balancing and boosts focus – making it valued in aromatherapy. It is a beautiful addition to oil blends for diffusers.

With its moisturizing and skin rejuvenating properties, it is ideal in skin care. It is soothing and hydrating, making it extremely beneficial in products for mature skin. It also helps reduce inflammation.

Rose Otto Oil is also used in soaps, bath products, hair care and body products.

It is popular in products aimed at women, as it has a positive effect on the reproductive system.

It is recommended to do a skin patch test to check for a possible allergic reaction, before using certain oils in large quantities on the skin.