Rose Oil – The Bulgarian Miracle For The Skin

Many centuries ago, rose water has been used in natural skin and hair care products, perfumes and cleansers. Rose water is obtained by direct distillation of fresh, hand-picked flowers of Rose Damascena. Known for its exceptional beneficial properties, the Bulgarian Damascene Rose is considered one of the most valuable natural sources.

Pink flowers grow in the unique meteorological and soil conditions of the Rose Valley in Bulgaria, which determines their specifics and well-known aroma around the world.

The capital of the Rose Valley is Kazanlak City. There is also the only Museum of the Rose in Bulgaria.

Precious rose oil is a crucial substance for the perfume industry. People say that Bulgarian rose oil has effects as an aphrodisiac, relieves stress and tension and has antibacterial action.

Bulgaria is the world leader in the production of rose oil. An average of about 2 tons of rose oil is produced annually in Bulgaria, 95% of which is exported.

Let’s see what are the benefits of it:

1.Cleansing effect

Organic rose water is a great cleanser and helps remove accumulated oily secretions and impurities in the pores. Natural rose water is the best way to remove makeup, too.

2. Hydrating the skin

The rose water is rich in flavonoids and vitamins, including A, C, D, E and B3. It’s used for nourishment and is used in moisturizing face masks.

3. Soothes dryness, acne

The ability of rose oil to neutralize bacterial infections and dermatitis or rosacea. Other effects of its use are refreshing, softening and toning the skin.

4. Has an antioxidant effect

As a rich source of antioxidants, rose oil strengthens and regenerates the skin.

5. Provides fragrance

Rose water has been used for centuries as a fragrant base for making perfumes of the highest class. Rose oil and water have an extremely rich floral aroma, which is both sweet and slightly spicy. According to some studies, the aroma helps to get rid of bad emotions, feelings of anxiety, headaches and makes you feel calm.

In addition to perfumery, rose oil is also used in the food industry. Traditional Bulgarian products are rose liqueur, rose jam, rose rakia (also known as gyulova)

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