Rose Absolute Turkish has been one of the most significant and widely used oils in the formation of perfumes. The aroma is frequently used as the perfume’s major theme. Being with this, it is also valued for its aptitude, particularly in enormously diluted form, to blend well with almost all other aromas and to augment and round out numerous perfume compositions. In aromatherapy, there is argument in the use of this oil. Some aroma therapists prefer to use this oil because of its anti-inflammatory properties that is helpful for skin to make it soothing and beautiful.
· Rose Absolute Turkish soothes and balances the mind. This oil has antidepressant properties that are helpful for alleviate anxiety, nervous tension; stress and help people deal with emotional problems such as anger, grief, sadness, and loss.
· It has anti-inflammatory qualities that are beneficial for cooling and soothing to the skin.
· It is helpful to treat dry, hot, inflamed and itching skin and for many other inflammatory conditions, like conjunctivitis.
· This oil is excellent for curing scar, broken capillaries and for mature skin types.
· It helps to reduce skin redness, fight inflammation, and its astringent properties act as a general skin tonic.
Blends with :-
Rose Absolute Turkish usually blends well with all oils, although it works mainly well with Bergamot, Chamomile German, Clary Sage, Chamomile Roman, Rosewood, Geranium, Melissa, Sandalwood, and Ylang-ylang.
citral, carvone, citrine, phenyl ethanol, geraniol and nerol, farnesol, stearpoten with traces of nonanol, linalool, nonanal, phenylacetaldehyde.
|Product Code||SVA - 520|
|Botanical Name||Rosa damascena|
|Solubility||Insoluble in Water, Soluble in Oils|
|Methods of Extraction||Solvent Extraction|
|Color & Odor||Red to brownish orange liquid & Characteristic sweet rose odor|
|Country of Origin||Turkey|
|Refractive Index||1.5079 – 1.5151 @ 25°C|
|Specific Gravity||0.93– 0.99 @ 25˚C|
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