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Detailed Benefits & Use of Rose Oil for Skin | Full Guide [2020]

Rose Oil Benefits for Skin

INTRODUCTION

Considered one of the most exquisite and therapeutic essential oils in the world, Rose Oil delivers amazing anti-aging and anti-acne benefits for the skin, as well as important natural skin nourishment and hormone balance. Lets explore its benefits and learn how to use it safely:

  • CHAPTER 1: The Amazing Benefits of Rose Oil for Skin
  • CHAPTER 2: Usage of Rose Oil for Face and Body
  • CHAPTER 3: Safety Considerations and Prevention of Adverse Reactions

WHAT IS ROSE oil OR ROSE OTTO?

High-quality, pure Rose Essential Oil (or Rose Otto) is steam distilled from the fresh petals of Rosa Damascena in a highly elaborate and delicate process. It takes about 2 tons of rose petals to produce just 1 kg of Rose Oi, making it extremely precious and the most expensive oil on the market.


Pure, authentic Rose Essential Oil is hard to find, so if you want highest purity, skincare grade Rose oil, consider Visagenics, (one of Europe’s premium-quality Rose Oil manufacturers) Organic Rose Oil


Once you have quality, pure Rose Oil in your hand, there are a number of easy ways to incorporate it into your beauty routine and reap the tremendous benefits for the skin that it offers.



BENEFITS OF ROSE OIL 

FOR FACE & BODY

Chapter 1

Disclaimer: The following BENEFITS & USES are applicable to Visagenics ultra-pure, Organic Rose Oil. With so many different blends, cheap alternatives and quality levels on the market, we cannot guarantee that you would experience the same benefits with any other Rose Oil.

BENEFITS OF ROSE OIL FOR SKIN



1) Antibacterial Properties of Rose Oil 


First and foremost, pure Rose Oil is an antibacterial substance. That is one of the reasons why it is effective on acne prone skin. It is capable of both nourishing and disinfecting the skin. It is so potent actually that it is also used in treating scars and other skin imperfections. (see Chapter 2 for Usage Guidance) 


Bulgarian Rose Oil, in particular has strong anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce Rosacea and soothe irritation; all while giving you a glowing complexion. It is naturally antibacterial and astringent, making it an excellent choice for those looking to clear pores and decrease breakouts. 


And the best thing is that Rose Oil is also able to soothe and protect the skin from future irritations. 


In 2010, researchers published a study uncovering that Bulgarian Rose Essential Oil exhibited one of the strongest bactericidal activities compared to 10 other oils. Even better than thyme, lavender and cinnamon essentials oils, pure Rose Oil was able to completely destroy Propionibacterium acnes (the bacteria responsible for acne) after only five minutes of a 0.25 percent dilution


FAST FACT

  • 70% of rose oil for skincare is harvested and distilled in Bulgaria (considered to be the best in the world). The remainder is produced in Turkey, Iran, Morocco and France.



2) Nourishes the skin 


The natural, pure Rose Oil contains more than 50 compounds that are beneficial for the skin. These naturally occurring molecules are impossible to create in a lab. Consequently, artificial Rose Oil (known as Artisan oil) has absolutely no benefits for the skin (it just smells like roses). 

In addition, pure Rose Oil (steam distilled from the petals of the Bulgarian Rosa Damascena) is much richer in these nutrients that cheaper natural versions like Rose Hip Oil (produced from Rose buds from any rose bushes) or Rose Absolute Oil (solvent extracted Rose oil) and other cheaper alternatives.


Here are some of the Rose Oil key therapeutic compounds:

  • Citral – strong antimicrobial that is necessary for vitamin A synthesis (also found in lemon myrtle and lemongrass). 
  • Carvone – effective digestive aid (also found in caraway and dill). 
  • Citronellyl Acetate – part of many skin and beauty products. It is also responsible for the pleasant flavor and aroma of roses
  • Eugenol – the richest antioxidant in the world, also the powerhouse behind clove 
  • Farnesol – natural pesticide (also found in orange blossom, jasmine and ylang-ylang). 
  • Methyl Eugenol – local antiseptic and anesthetic (also found in cinnamon and lemon balm).
  • Nerol– sweet-smelling aromatic antibiotic compound (also found in lemongrass and hops). 
  • Phenyl Acetaldehyde – another sweet-smelling and aromatic compound (also found in chocolate). 
  • Phenyl Geraniol – natural form of geraniol, which is commonly in perfumes and fruit flavorings.


3) Fights wrinkles


It’s no surprise that Rose Oil typically makes the list of top anti-aging essential oils. 


Pure Rose Oil has been used for centuries for its beautifying properties. One of its most important properties is that is helps skin stay younger for longer. 


Thanks to the unique combination of antioxidants like citronellol and geraniol, pure Rose Oil helps diminish signs of aging and slows down the free radical damage. (Free radicals cause internal damage to the skin tissue, which results in wrinkles, lines and dehydration.) 


These natural qualities of Rose Oil makes it especially beneficial for dry, mature and sensitive skin. It enhances natural skin glow and radiance and helps with superficial broken capillaries and scars, as well as eczema and rosea. 


Furthermore, Rose Oil, moisturizes and purifies skin by pulling toxins out of its outer layers.And, as we’ve explained in Benefit 1) & 2), Rose Oil has strong antibacterial and balancing properties when applied topically. 


Actually, coping with wrinkles, not so much the pleasant aroma, is the main reason why Rose Oil is so widely used in premium cosmetics. It’s natural composition, enables it tostimulate collagen production. Thus wrinkles are smoothed away, and the skin becomes fresher and younger. 


Bulgarian Rose Oil, in particular continues to be adored for its holistic effect on the skin, working to soften, hydrate, calm inflammation and prevent blemishes. This fragrant essence is easily absorbed, thanks in part to its essential fatty acids and Vitamin E, both of which strengthen the skin’s cell barriers to aid in absorbing and retaining moisture. Elements like naturally antibacterial citronellol and geraniol help prevent breakouts while an assortment of skin-essential minerals treat inflammation-related conditions, such as rosacea and eczema.  



Many natural anti-aging ingredients feel greasy on the skin and are best used at nighttime. Rose Oil, on the other hand, is super light and non-greasy, perfect when worn under serums or moisturizer.


Inhaling the aroma of rose oil has a therapeutic, calming effect on the nervous system which means that adding the use of Rose Hydrosol (Rose Water)Face Toner  throughout the day is as good both for your mindset as it is for your skin.




4) Balances Hormone Production


Rose Oil is actually known as the “feminine oil”, as it is believed that it can help balance hormones and alleviate the skin symptoms associated with these imbalances. This makes it great to use when your skin is suffering from those monthly problems, and it’s in need of some rejuvenation and care. 


5) Improves skin blood circulation 


Finally, one of the most important qualities of Rose Oil is that it increases skin’s permeability, meaning that when rose oil is added to your skincare products, it opens up your skin to absorb more of the nutrients. 

Thus, it’s important to choose products made with natural, non-toxic ingredients where the addition of rose oil will only increase the benefits from those ingredients 


The pure Rose Oil penetrates deeper than any cream. This magic substance does miracles for the quality of the skin as a whole. People using Rose oil to treat their skin will notice that gradually it will become smoother and more glowing. One of the reasons for that is that Rose Oil enhances skin blood circulation.


In sum, Rose Oil is one of the best oils to give you shining, fresh, and youthful skin. The aroma keeps you charged and feeling happy. It is highly nourishing and anti-bacterial, and promotes healthy skin circulation, while preventing dehydration and skin infections. 





USE OF ROSE OIL 

FOR FACE & BODY

Chapter 2

Use OF Rose Oil for skin


Time to get in on the goodness of this bloom. Whether you are in the market for premium skincare or are looking to ward off signs of skin aging naturally, there’s no better time to enlist the help of Visagenics Organic Bulgarian Rose Oil. 


It is considered to be one of the rarest and most precious Rose Essential Oils. It is extracted from the Bulgarian Rosa Damascena through steam distillation, and contains the most concentrated properties of the rose itself; making it great for all skin types in need of a beautifying treat. 

(click hereto see Laboratory Results)



Once you have Rose Oil in your hand, it is time to enlist its powerful benefits to enhance your beauty routine. Here is how:

ROSE OIL USe FOR FACE


 

Main Use


Add pure Rose Oil to any moisturizer (cream or lotion) to rejuvenate and balance skin and improve texture. Another great treat for skin is a facial steam with 1-4 drops of rose oil to detoxify and clear pores and refresh face. 


To make a custom blend, anti-aging oil for your skin, choose two of your favorite oils. Avocado, argan, sweet almond, apricot kernel, and jojoba are all great for keeping skin looking youthful. Now add in two drops of rose essential oil and use as a daily facial oil.(Remeber: While rosehip oil may be worn on its own, Rose Essential Oil should be diluted with a carrier oil or face/body cream, before applying to skin.) 


Rose Essential Oil Skin Moisturizer 


One of the biggest benefits of rose EO is that it is hydrating. It works to balance out the moisture levels in the skin so that it remains healthy and hydrated. 

You can benefit by simply adding a few drops of this potent essential oil to your facial moisturizer. Or, you can make your own with this recipe.


Rose Essential Oil Face and Body Moisturizer 

• ½ cup of shea butter 

• 2 tablespoons of Rose Water (click to product)

• 1 teaspoon of raw honey 

• 10 drops of Rose Essential Oil (click to product)


Mix all the ingredients in a glass measuring cup. Place the measuring cup in a pot with hot water. The heat will soften the shea butter and make it easier to mix. Just be sure the water level is not high enough that water gets in the cup. 

Once the shea butter is soft, use a wire whisk to whip the ingredients together. It may take 7 or 8 minutes until it becomes a fluffy, white cream. Store in an airtight glass jar. 

Use it to moisturize your face and body. 


Rose Oil Anti-Aging Serum 


• 2-ounce amber glass dropper bottle 

• 3 tablespoons of Argan Oil(click if you need to buy)

• 9 drops of Rose Essential Oil (click if you need to buy)

• 9 drops of Lavender Essential Oil (click if you need to buy)

Rose essential oil has powerful anti-aging benefits. This is most likely due to the number of antioxidants in the oil. They help fight free radicals which can steal from healthy cells. 


Mix the oils in the amber glass dropper bottle and place the cap on tightly. Rub or roll the bottle lightly between your palms so the oils mix. Apply just three drops of this powerful anti-aging oil blend on your face right after cleansing it.




Lifts Skin Tone 


Rose oil can be utilized to help your skin tone. Since it is especially advantageous to treat dull spots, it can help improve your composition. The astringent properties of the oil fix your pores and help light up your skin. 


To light up skin tone, mix normal aloe vera gel, add 5 drops of Rose Oil and a spot of turmeric. Use all over face and neck zone. Leave for 10-15 min and wipe off utilizing warm water. 



Facial Steam Bath


With Rose Oil, people can have a facial steam bath. 5-10 drops are sufficient for a steaming bowlful of water. The steam bath benefits are enhanced by adding dried leaves of chamomile, lavender, or another fragrant flower. 



Acne


If you suffer from acne, try dabbing one drop of pure Rose Essential Oil on blemishes three times a day. Make sure you use a sterile cotton swab; if the antimicrobial power is too much for you, dilute it slightly with some coconut oil. 


The skin pores are stimulated so that they open sufficiently to absorb the beneficial components of rose oil. Applying the mixture should be done regularly, two or three times daily until the acne pimples disappear.


There are several different types of Acne and Rose Oil, when used properly and regularly, helps with all of them. Which is nothing less, but a miracle, having in mind that it is a completely natural product that helps, where myriad of chemical products fail.


Rose Oil Acne Treatment 

• 1 tablespoon of Witch Hazel 

• ½ cup distilled water 

• 4 drops Rose Essential Oil


Rose essential oil can be useful for reducing inflammation which makes it the perfect natural choice for clearing up acne. It’s also used to treat hormonal issues so it is effective for treating cystic hormonal acne as well. 


Make a soothing, cooling spray by mixing all the ingredients in a spray bottle. Once it is mixed well, spray it on the face like a toner after your face has been cleansed. Be careful to keep it away from the eyes. 


Fighting Acne is certainly challenging and requires tremendous perseverance, as well as changing your diet to no sweets, vegetarian diet to cleanse the blood of toxins. 

When you approach this problem, you have to be prepared that there are no magical quick solutions, so stay on it...



Rose Oil for treating blemishes, marks, and wounds 


People’s health and appearance depend on treating defects like blemishes and marks so that they can be made less prominent or even disappear. 

That is easy for aficionados of Rose Oil, and this product has its faithful following treating minor or major defects with it. 


Let us start with blemishes. 


Rose Oil can be used to lighten the skin. It improves skin tone and brightens the complexion. It also helps reduce blemishes, acne scars, and dark spots. 


Just add one drop of Rose EO to one teaspoon of your face cream.Rubbing pure Rose Oil in small amount on a blemish will treat it also, people just need perseverance when applying. 


Marks on the skin, especially stretch marks, are unflattering. To make them fade away, it is just needed to treat them with rose oil. The same applies to marks left from the pox. 


Cuts & Wounds. Furthermore, Rose oil is beneficial in the treatment of wounds, so cuts and sore spots can also improve promptly when just dabbed with a couple of drops of the Oil of roses, several times a day until the spot heals. 




Rose Oil Bath: 


Add about 5-7 drops of rose oil to a carrier oil of your choice and then add the mixture to your warm bath for a relaxing experience. 


Luxurious Rose Essential Oil Bath 


Have you ever put rose petals in your bath? History tells us that Cleopatra indulged in daily rose petal and milk baths. 


Here’s a recipe for a luxurious rose EO bath. 

Treat yourself to it at least once a month. It’s like a personal home spa treatment. 


• 1 cup of Epsom salts 

• ½ cup Himalayan pink salt 

• 10 drops rose essential oil 

• 1 cup of whole milk 


Combine the Epsom salts and pink salt in a large bowl. Pour it in the tub while the bath water is running. Once the bathtub is full, add the rose EO to the milk and then pour it into the bath water. Enjoy! 


You may want to toss in a handful of fresh rose petals as well! Stir the bath and soak for as long as you want. Enjoy! 


Foot soak: 


Add 4-5 drops of diluted rose essential oil to warm water and soak your feet in it. 


Anxiety relief: 


Diffuse rose essential oil for calmness or you can also dab some diluted rose oil on your wrists, neck, and chest.lavender, or another fragrant flower. 


As the Best Massage Oil: 


Include a touch of rose oil in your message body lotion and execute generously all over your body. 


Once in seven days make a Body Scrub to elevate the advantages. 


Body Scrub: 


Make a body scrub with sugar, coconut oil and 5-10 drops of rose oil or dilute 15 drops in 50 ml of your preferred bearer oil (e.g., argan, olive, Avocado, coconut and almond oils) for the body. 


Blending: 


If you’re looking to use rose oil in homemade products, it’s help to know that is blends well with bergamot, chamomile, clary sage, fennel, geranium, helichrysum, lavender.


safety CONSIDERATIONS

of ROSE OIL FOR

FACE & BODY

Chapter 3

CHAPTER 3: safety use of rose oil for skin


Precautions for Rose Essential Oil 


1) Can you ingest rose essential oil? No, this oil is not recommended for internal use. 


2) Never use any essential oils too close to mucus membranes like your eyes. 


3) Always keep essential oils out of the reach of children and pets. 


4) Being an emmenagogue, it should not be used during pregnancy, since there is no definite evidence of whether the effects of rose essential oil can be transferred to the fetus. It could possibly cause a miscarriage if taken in excess, so be careful before using it. 


5) Consult a doctor, before use, if you suffer from chronic conditions 


Safety Usage for Skin: 


Pure Rose Oil has many skin benefits when used topically and it can be used undiluted. However, it’s always a good idea to dilute essential oils with a carrier oil like coconut or jojoba in a 1:1 ratio before applying it topically. 


After diluting the oil, perform a small patch test first before using the oil on larger areas. Once you know you that you don’t have a negative reaction then you can safely add a few drops of essential oil to a face serum, warm bath, lotion or body wash. 


Word of Caution for Rose Oil aromatic properties: 


It can eliminate headaches if used in mild concentrations, but its strong aroma can do just the opposite, if a very high concentration is used.  


The rich molecular composition of Rose Oil makes it one of the most beneficial essential oils for skin care and personal care products. And one of the best in the world – the Visagenics Bulgarian Rose Oil has strong healing, restoring and anti-aging properties in a very concentrated form:

Before you buy: The market is currently flooded with Rose Oil blends. These are diluted Rose Oil products created in order to lower the otherwise high price of pure Rose Oil. You’ll often see “rose absolute” sold in health food stores as well as mix of rose absolute (solvent extracted) and a carrier oil like Jojoba Oil. This is a much more affordable option, however, it is not as potent and therapeutic. 


We always recommend that you make your blends yourself, rather than purchase those, since the concentrations of Rose Oil in market blends is so very minimal. 


For example: You can dilute Rose Oil with Jojoba Oil or Coconut Oil (in 1:1 ratio) and use it for your skin. You can also add Rose Oil to your face cream or body lotion and enrich drastically its benefits 

that way. 

High quality Rose Oil is certainly pricey, but it is the best, most pure option and a little goes a long way, so a small bottle can last an extremely long time



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