|:||Rosa damascena Mill|
Country of Origin
Color & Odor
|:||Light Yellow to Brownish Liquid and Deep sweet Rosy very Floral odor|
|:||Soluble in alcohol and oils, Insoluble in water|
|:||0.960 - 0.993 @ 25°C|
|:||(-1) – (4) @ 20ºC|
|:||1.509 - 1.522 @ 20°C|
|:||Phenyl-ethyl alcohol, Beta damascenone, Beta damascene and rose oxide.|
Plant Part Used
DESCRIPTION:Bulgarian Rose Oil is obtained from the petals of freshly picked rose plants grown in Bulgaria. The aroma of this oil enables one to imagine about backyard garden and to recollect the happy moments of young love by walking down the memory lane. For thousands of years, this oil is used as an important element in skin care, cosmetics and health care industries.
CONSTITUENTS:This essential oil contains compounds like phenyl acetaldehyde, linalool, nerol, farnesol, nonanal, rose oxide, Beta damascene, stearpoten, slight amount of nonanol, geraniol, Beta damascenone and phenyl ethanol.
AROMATIC SUMMARY / NOTE / STRENGTH OF AROMA:Rose Oil Bulgaria has strong and pleasant smell that reminds about the sweet aroma of honey.
BLENDS WITH:This oil can be mixed with R. gallica and R. x centifolia oils.
COMMON NAMES:This aromatic oil is also referred as rose oil and rose leaf oil.
USES:Bulgarian Rose Oil is derived from rose flowers via steam distillation method that involves utilization of unadulterated alcohol and semi solid mass form of herbs (concretes). The alcohol used in distillation technique is instrumental in absorption of scented content of rose oil from concretes in order to provide fresh and clear rose oil. The obtained oil has wide applications in perfume making industry. Enriched with a number of active compounds, this light weight oil is also required to formulate skin care crèmes. The antioxidant enriched content of this oil is quickly absorbed by skin.