Rose Water

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  • Also known as Rose distillate / Hydrosol
  • Use as facial toner, facial cleanser for all skin types
  • Best mixed with clay ( replace water) for facial mask
  • often seen in formulas for dry or mature skin.
  • From the production of distilling Rose petals , organic shoppe  rose  distillates have similar properties to rose essential oils though much less concentrated.
  • Use at 100% for a body, clothing or room spray, or replace water phase with a distillate in your formulation
  • Great for face cleansing , toner and hair spritz
  • Steam distilled from Fresh Rose Petals
  • Also known as Rose Distillate
  • From  Bulgaria / Morocco USDA Organic
  • IMAGE SHOWS A 120 ML SIZE
  • Clear

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Our Rose water comes to us from artisan distillers who specialize in cultivating, harvesting, and extracting this lovely flower. With beautiful rosy notes that are soft and delicate, our rose water offers a lighter floral scent than a Rosa damascena distillate.

White rose hydrosol is a popular single ingredient facial toner for all skin types and is often seen in formulas for dry or mature skin. With a sensual scent that is associated with love and the heart, white rose hydrosol promotes closeness and emotional balance. It makes a rich base for room or linen sprays, adds rosy floral notes to water-based perfumes, and can be used as a water substitute in your favorite body care formulas.

This hydrosol is a fun scent to play with. You can enhance the uplifting floral aroma by blending with other hydrosols like rose geranium, ylang ylang, or neroli. Adding earthy essential oils (patchouli, vetiver, or oakwood) will create a rich grounding floral scent. The possibilities are endless.

Our White Rose Hydrosol is produced from the flower petals of Rosa alba through a water-steam distillation. Suitable for cosmetic use.

 

 

Rose water, as it’s most famously known and used in caring for skin, is made by distilling rose petals.

In traditional rose water steam distillation, fresh roses are packed into a still, steam rises through the petals their cells burst open releasing plant compounds.

When the steam is cooled and turns back into liquid, this water is enriched with these compounds including microscopic particles of rose oil.

The only ingredient in authentic, traditionally distilled rose water should be rose petals. .

 

 

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