Freshly distilled Rosewater. This Rosewater is a gorgeous, small-batch distillation of our Damask Rosebuds.
Rosewater is an ideal skincare ingredient since it is lightly astringent and suited to both oily and dry skin.
$7.00 - $98.00
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Though Roses need no introduction, it is challenging to find freshly distilled Rosewater that was not imported from abroad and does not contain preservatives.
This product is sterile. Once opened, refrigerate any unused hydrosol since no preserving agents have been added.
The applications of Rosewater are too numerous to list. Suffice it to say that it is a mainstay of modern and traditional cosmetics and skin care. Rosewater is famous as a facial toner and can be incorporated into various cosmetic, aromatic and therapeutic formulas.
This hydrosol can be blended 1/2 and 1/2 with distilled water and still deliver its aroma with ease.
The fragrance of Roses can calm and nourish the heart, the mind and the soul.
Roses are a classic ingredient around the world in the spells, potions, poetry and language of love. Nothing says Love like Roses, whether it is the Love we feel towards others, ourselves or the Divine.
Astrologically, Roses are ruled by the Planet Venus, whose dominion is over Love, sex, fertility, abundance and prosperity. Also known as Aphrodite by the Greeks, she is the Goddess of Love, Beauty and aesthetics. If you want to make your own hydrosol or infusion of Damask Roses, you will find them listed in the shop.
This is my first time purchasing rose water from this shop, and I am beyond impressed! The fragrance smells amazing to me; it's very fresh. I also love the fact that it comes packaged in an adorable silver bottle. Definitely happy with my purchase. Thank you so much!
This is a collection of aromatic materials mentioned in the Old & New Testaments and in ancient Egyptian texts. I often get asked to translate biblical plant names and source the materials they mention. They are all here in this collection.