Roses has a wide variety of colors and sizes which are widely grown for their beauty and often are fragrant. In ancient times roses were used by royalty to make rose water, perfume, scented oils, medicinal balm and luxurious aromatic bath. Rose oil was extremely expensive to make since it took a massive amount of roses to make few drops of oil and was only available for the rich. Roses beautiful colors and sophisticated aroma evoked many meaningful significance in many societies. Its wide range of valuable beneficial properties for skincare made roses the symbol of beauty all over the world.
Why roses became the epitome of beauty?
The beautifying healing properties of antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial combination eliminates free radicals and slow down the aging process with a sweet relaxing therapeutic aroma.
Citronellol is a natural colorless oily liquid with a floral smell of rose. Mainly used as a fragrance ingredient in skin care products formulation of lotions, cleansing products, hair care, lipsticks, moisturizers, perfumes and colognes. Its permeable and versatile astringent properties can help clear pores and reduce body smells by flushing out toxins from the body. The key ingredient to minimize the size of pores to achieve smooth and flawless dewy skin. This potent yet gentle component is ideal for all skin types to tighten capillaries, reduces redness and blotchy skin.
Geraniol a natural component of rose essential oils with a sweet rose like aroma. The therapeutic attributes of geraniol include anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. They help healing scars, cuts and wounds.This combination is ideal for people with oily and acne prone skin types. These beautiful flowers have the power to heal and restore your skin.
Rose extract condition the skin with high concentrations of vitamin C to stimulate collagen production. Contains vitamin E to moisturize, brighten and protect skin from trans-epidermal water loss. This ingredient helps your skin hydrated throughout the day and fight skin dullness.