Sweet and lovely smelling rose has more to it than meets the eye. Not only is it exquisitely beautiful, it has many properties for healing, especially for women. The rosé was probably the first flower from which an essential oil was ever distilled, in 10th century Persia. Rose oil is extracted by enfleurage, and is expensive however only a little amount is needed for treatments.
the rose has traditionally been named the queen of flowers. It is not surprising that rose is a highly feminine flower. It is cleansing, purifying, regulating and tonic. It has a tonic effect on the stomach, nervous system, liver and spleen. It is renowned in Skincare for its anti ageing qualities. From an emotional level, it is invaluable for problems during the menstrual cycle, for post natal depression, lack of confidence.
rose perfume has a distinct aroma no wonder it is widely used in preparations all over the world. Rose water is soothing, antiseptic and tonic to the skin, a pleasing light perfume, and is also an effective antiseptic for eye infections. Who knew?
you can make your own creams etc, and just perfume them with a drop or two of the concentrated attar. This will last quite amount of time.
The Romans used to scatter rosé petals on the bridal bed, and did you know that French roses are more of an aphrodisiac than Bulgarian roses!! So when you recieve your roses this valentines remember, beauty is only skin deep, the life of a rosé is definitely more sweeter and more unique than you would know!!