Rose Damask Organic Hydrolat, 200ml

€ 8,90

Indulge in the exquisite fragrance of Rose Damask Organic Hydrolat. With its calming properties, it's sure to bring a sense of serene tranquility to any environment. Perfectly suited for mindful contemplation, this hydrosol can also be employed to soothe explosive tempers in moments of conflict. Let its delicate aroma create a peaceful atmosphere for your home, work and leisure.

100% organic, micro-filtered and preservative-free. Food grade.

- Skin astringent
- Skin soothing
- Anti-wrinkle - astringent, tonifying and refreshing
- Hormonal and nervous rebalancing
- Anti-inflammatory
- Analgesic (pain-reliever) itching, sunburn, wounds, nappy rash, hives

More information

Latin name: Rosa damascena
Origin: Bulgaria
Distilled part: Flowers
Extraction method: Steam distillation
Quality: 100% pure & natural, microfiltered, preservative-free
Cultivation method: Organic farming

Usage tips

Excessive appetite
Drink a cup of hot water with 1 teaspoon of hydrosol before meals to alleviate excessive appetite.

During periods with PMS, stomach cramps and bad mood before periods, use rose hydrosol as an ambiance spray. Add 1 tablespoon rose hydrosol to 1 liter of water and drink every day, starting 10 days before your periode.

When feeling frustrated or irritated, spray yourself with rose hydrosol.

Work in front of a computer
Spray your face (close your eyes) regularly during continuous work in front of the computer.

Vaginal itching or burning
Mix 1/3 rose hydrosol with 2/3 water in a spray bottle, and spray your genitals several times a day to ease itching and burning.

Nappy rash or hives
Spray the affected area several times a day.

Rose Bath
Add 2-3 tablespoons of rose hydrosol to your bath water to feel refreshed after a tiring day.

Marture skin DIY Base cream
80 ml jojoba oil
20 g olive wax
40 ml rose hydrosol
(See the entire recipe under DIY products)

After you have cleansed your face, spray your face with rose hydrosol and leave to dry before you put on your night cream.

In food
Add one spray to your glass of Champagne
or on desserts, specially good with raspberry, strawberry or blueberry desserts.
Delicious in smoothies and fruit juices

Precautions for use



100% organic, micro-filtered and preservative-free. Food grade.

Packaging & storage

- Delivered in a blue PET bottle that is 100% recyclable and protects against UVs

- After opening, keep in a cool place and use within 6 months. Contains no preservatives.




In my journey to learn about Essential Oils and Aromatherapy, I deep dive into books. I love to educate myself and below you can see some of the books I have read. I have tried a lot of different recipes and have been inspired to make some of my own as well. Some of the recipes are from the books. There are so many brilliant authors and I feel honored to share such great wisdom and knowledge so that we all can live more in harmony with Mother Nature. So share and include this knowledge in your care for yourself and your family and friends. Love Susann

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