ROSE WATER HYDROSOL 100 % PURE

$3.15

  • Brand: DDistillers
  • Product Code: BC00711
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Ex Tax: $3.15

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OVERVIEW

Cultivation

:

Conventional

Extraction Method

:

Steam distillation

Source of Material

:

Flower

Main Constituents

:

Rose extract

Color

:

Colorless

Odor

:

Rose

Solubility

:

Soluble in water

Well Blending

:

-

Origin

:

Indonesia

Various

:

-

Downstream Products

:

This hydrosol can be used as fecemist, face mask solvent

Volume

:

100 ml, 1 L, 2 L, 5 L, 20 L

DESCRIPTION

Our Absolute Rose Water is made from the finest roses grown in Boyolali Regency, Indonesia. Rose Otto Floral Water is obtained from the fresh flowers of plants. The sweet fragrance has the scent of real roses and hence, is used in the fragrance industry. Inhaling the scent of roses stimulates the brain to release endorphins, which are often called "feel-better" hormones.

BOTANIES

Rose is a type of shrub plant from the genus Rosa as well as the name of the flower produced by this plant. Wild roses consist of more than 100 species, mostly growing in the northern hemisphere, which is cool. Rose species are generally thorny shrubs or climbing plants that can reach 2 to 5 meters in height. Although rare, the height of roses that propagate on other plants can reach 20 meters. Most species have leaves that are between 5-15 cm long with the two opposite (pinnate). Compound leaves which each petiole consists of at least 3 or 5 to 9 or 13 leaflets and supporting leaves (stipules) are oval, pinnately boned, edged with ridges, tapered at the leaf tips and spiny on stems close to the ground. Roses are not actually tropical plants, most species lose all their leaves and only a few species in Southeast Asia are always green throughout the year. The flowers consist of 5 petals with the exception of Rosa sericea which only has 4 petals. Among the colors possessed by roses are white, pink, yellow and blue in some species. The ovaries are on the underside of the corolla and petals. Flowers produce aggregate fruit (developing from one flower with many pistils) called rose hips. Each pistil develops into a single fruit (achene), while a single fruit collection is wrapped in fruit flesh on the outside. Species with wide open flowers are more likely to attract bees or other insects that help with pollination and so tend to produce more fruit. Breeding roses produce flowers whose crown leaves are tightly closed, making pollination difficult. Some roses are red with some exceptions such as Rosa pimpinellifolia which produces dark purple to black fruit. In some species such as Rosa canina and Rosa rugosa produce rose hips which are very rich in vitamin C and are among the richest natural sources of vitamin C. . The fruit of rose hips is favored by fruit-eating birds which help disperse the rose seeds along with the excreta. Some types of birds such as finches also eat rose seeds. In general, roses have thorns shaped like hooks that serve as a handle when climbing other plants. Some species that grow wild on sandy soils in coastal areas such as Rosa rugosa and Rosa pimpinellifolia are adapted to straight, needle-like spines that may serve to reduce animal damage, trap wind-blown sand and protect roots from erosion. Even though they are protected by thorns, deer don't seem afraid and often damage roses. Some species of roses have spines that are not developed and are not sharp. Roses can be infected with several diseases such as leaf rust which is the most serious disease. The cause is the fungus Phragmidium mucronatum which causes leaf loss. Less dangerous diseases such as Mildew Flour are caused by the fungus Sphaerotheca pannosa, while Black Spot disease which is characterized by the appearance of black spots on the leaves is caused by the fungus Diplocarpon rosae. Roses are also food for the larvae of several Lepidoptera species. Roses thrive in temperate climates, although some cultivars that are the result of grafting methods can grow in subtropical to tropical climates. Apart from being cut flowers, roses have many benefits, including: others are antidepressants, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and a source of vitamin C. Rose oil is one of the essential oils produced by distillation and evaporation of crown leaves so that it can be made into perfume. Roses can also be used for tea,jelly, and jam.

HISTORY OF USE

In Western culture, the rose is a symbol of love and beauty. The rose is considered sacred to several gods in Greek mythology such as Isis and Aprodite. The rose is the national flower of England and is used as the emblem of the England national rugby team and the Rugby Football Union in England. In Canada, the wild rose is the flower of the province of Alberta. In the United States, the rose is the state flower of Iowa, North Dakota, Georgia, and New York. The city of Portland in the state of Oregon which annually holds a rose festival is often called the "City of Roses. The rose was a symbol of non-violence in Georgia during the Rose Revolution in 2003. In addition, roses are often used as the object of painting by many painters. French painter Pierre-Joseph Redouté is famous for his meticulously drawn paintings of various species of roses. For certain circles, the rose is a symbol of love, this is reflected in the association. For example, someone who gives a red rose to his idol girl, means a sign of a statement love. The answer that was awaited was of course red roses, which stated that the girl returned her love. Roses were also used as the name of a game, namely rose petals.

USES

  •       Rose Water is used as a natural perfume.
  •       Rose water can also be used as a hair toner
  •       Can be used for a perfect facial spray.
  •       This flower water is useful for retaining the moisture of dry skin.
  •      Used in the fragrance industry as well as during the formulation of skin creams, lotions and other related products.

BENEFITS

  •        Treat wrinkles
  •       As an antiseptic
  •       Brighten skin
  •       Equalize the wound
  •       Reduce depression
  •       Tighten skin
  •       Evens out skin tone
  •       Relieves spasmodic
  •        Improve skin health
  •       Relieve tired muscles and cramps
  •       Relieve menstrual problems

THERAPY BENEFITS

Some of the popular roses contain vitamin C, which can increase collagen production to maintain skin elasticity and moisture. Roses also contain vitamin E, vitamin K, vitamin B, tannins, geraniol, nerol and flavonoids. This content makes roses have benefits for the face and can support your beauty care. Moreover, this rose water can moisturize the skin, inhibit premature aging, relieve inflammation, and can also treat acne on the face.

SECURITY & WARNINGS

Shelf Life                        : 1 year   

Storage Instructions  store at room temperature

 

DISCLAMER

Rose water is safe to use by anyone with various skin types. Good for normal skin, dry skin, acne skinjelly and jam.

 


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