When I say rose, who doesn’t immediately think of the radiant scent of this beautiful flower?
Mankind has known this plant since ancient times. Its first breeders in the East were the court gardeners of the Chinese emperor. Wild rose is native to the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, and was brought to the rest of Europe in the early Middle Ages by the Crusaders, where it became a valued medicinal plant in monasteries.
Avicenna, the famous Arab medical scientist who lived in the first millennium AD, first extracted its essential oil after improving the distillation equipment to its present form. The scent of the queen of flowers, the Damask rose, has enjoyed unbroken popularity ever since, despite the expensiveness of the essential oil (5,000 kg of petals are needed to produce 1 kg of essential oil).
How does rose essential oil affect well-being?
It perfectly resolves depression, loneliness, grief, anger and other negative emotional states. It calms an exhausted or stressed nervous system and drives away sadness.
But what is EdT?
The perfume industry has developed a whole range of products so that everyone can find the favorite that best suits the occasion and their taste. These products contain different amounts of essential oils.
EdT, i.e. Eau de Toilette, is the third most fragrant type of product after perfume and EdP: its perfume oil concentration is between 8-15%, so the scent has its effect for about 3-5 hours.
It is an ideal choice if you are preparing for an important interview or a short meeting.
Let’s live with the power of the rose and enjoy its soft, delicious scent!
How to use:
For a good scent all day, spray behind the ear, on the inside of the wrist, in the bend of the knee and elbow, i.e. on the pulse points.
The fragrance combines with the individual scent of our skin and thus forms a unique aroma.
The perfume is stored in a cool place, protected from sunlight, so that it retains its quality.
Alcohol, Aqua, Parfum, Lavandula Angustifolia Oil, Isopropyl Alcohol, Linalool**, Limonene**, Coumarin, Cinnamal, Eugenol
a natural component of the essential oil