Hydrate and Rejuvante skin with Rose Essential Oil

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Rose essential oil is derived from fresh rose petals harvested by hand in the Bulgarian ‘Valley of the Roses’.  Every year, at the beginning of June, more than 1,500 kilograms of oil are distilled from roses or ‘Rose Damascena’. One kilogram (kg) of rose oil is extracted from around 3000 Kg of roses.  This rose oil is Bulgaria’s ‘liquid gold’.

The Many Benefits of Rose Oil:

This beautiful exquisite sweet oil not only smells divine but can do wonders for your skin. For centuries Rose has been used in cosmetics, medicines and perfumes by the ancients Greeks and Romans.

With its excellent moisturising effects on dry, irritated and chapped skin, Rose oil can help to nourish and hydrate skin.

Rose makes a wonderful skin toner as it acts as an astringent on the skin, helping to tighten and tone skin and is rich in Vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that can help protect and improve the texture and appearance of the skin.

With its natural antibacterial properties, Rose essential oil can help treat acne and blemished skin, while its anti-inflammatory properties help to reduce redness and calm and sooth irritated skin.

Naturally Effective Skincare

Rose Essential Oil is a key ingredients in our bestselling Frankincense and Rose range. This gorgeously hydrating and nourishing range is well suited to dry and mature skin and is available in the following products:

Frankincense & Rose Cleansing Face Gel- Intensely hydrating and nourishing for the skin, especially good for dry and mature skin. 

Frankincense & Rose Moisturising Face Lotion – A light-weight rejuvenating face lotion that helps to tone and hydrate skin, slowing down the signs of ageing.

Frankincense & Rose Moisturising Face Cream – Rejuvenating and hydrating helping to uplift, boost and tone mature skins.

Rose oil is also a key ingredient in our Rejuvenating Rose Hydrating Face Gel– A light and refreshing face gel that helps to hydrate and replenish dry and tired skin and can help slow down the signs of ageing such as fine lines and wrinkles.  

Find out more at www.aaskincare.co.uk

It is important to always carry out a patch test before using any natural ingredients you haven’t used before. Just apply a small amount of the blend to the inside on your elbow and keep an eye on the area over the next 24 hours.

If any irritation does occur rinse the area with cool water. If you have blended a few essential oils together you may need to test each one individually to find out which is causing your skin to react.

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Please note that Amphora Aromatics Ltd cannot be held responsible for any injury, illness or adverse reaction to any recipes, instructions or advice given. It is the responsibility of the end user to ensure that they have followed the relevant safety protocols and that they are aware of any possible side effects before use. We always advise that a skin patch test is carried out before full usage of any natural product whether purchased from ourselves or elsewhere.

If you are making a water based formulation for yourself or to sell then it’s very important that extremely high levels of hygiene are adhered to. Please also be aware that water based products will require some sort of preservative to ensure that they don’t spoil too rapidly. Once water has been included in a formulation bacteria can quickly form and spoil the finished product if preservatives are not used.

Some essential oils can be particularly hazardous for pregnant women. If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant then please ensure that you have carefully checked that the essential oil(s) you plan to use are suitable. We recommend that essential oils are avoided altogether during the first trimester of pregnancy. Products should be stored out of reach of children. If you’re planning to use essential oils during pregnancy or with babies or children then you should consult with a professional Aromatherapist first.

Some essential oils are flammable and can be hazardous to the environment. Please ensure they are correctly stored and are disposed of responsibly. We recommend that essential oils are never taken internally and that they should not be applied to the skin around the eyes and mouth.

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