Rose oil Otto- Rosa x damascena Mil. – France – 100% Natural
Rosa damascena Miller oil is produced in France, Turkey and Bulgaria by water distillation of fresh flowers of R. damascena Miller (damask rose). The cultivated variety is called “trigintipetala,” meaning“ having 30 petals.” The characteristic scent given off by these flowers is highly regarded by perfumers.
The oil is extracted using a special method of extraction and the result is a well rounded Rose oil that smells like red roses, it doesn’t have sharp edges compared to the other Rose oils.
Rose distillation for the production of rose oil and rose water probably originated in Persia. By the 17th century, rose cultivation had spread to India and Turkey. There is evidence of rose cultivation for the production of rose water in European Turkey dating to the 17th century.
Odor description: Floral, rosy, sparkling nuances
Country of Origin: France
Plant Part Used: Petals
Warning: For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. If pregnant, nursing, taking any medications, consult your doctor. If skin sensitivity occurs discontinue use.