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rose oil

a volatile oil from Rosa centifolia; used in perfumery and in ointments.
Synonym(s): attar of rose
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She emphasized that the production of Bulgarian rose oil satisfied 40% of global demand for the commodity.
First Capital was selected by Don Rose Oil to provide the credit facility because of First Capital s ability to create a flexible facility that would increase availability.
Since rose oil has anti-inflammatory properties, using rose water can help in reducing the redness from irritated or over-heated skin.
I was then treated to a back massage using damask rose oil which helps to renew the skin, reduce stretch marks, improve circulation.
BACKGROUND: Rose oil is the essential oil extracted from the petals of the damask rose.
According to Tamer, 1 kilogram of rose oil is obtained from 3.
Described as pure Bulgarian Rose Oil, also referred to as Rose Otto and Attar of Roses, the oil is from the valley of the roses in Kazanlik, Bulgaria, home of the famous rosa damascena.
A lightly conditioning blend, infused with calming rose oil and enriched with jojba oil that will help ease cracking and peeling
This potential recoverable resource is in addition to the gross proved and probable reserves of approximately 240 million barrels recognized in the White Rose oil field at the end of 2005.
The pen is tipped with a damp sponge ensuring you can apply the rose oil exactly where is it needed most to help clear lines and small skin discolourations.
The researchers crushed 10 kilograms of Bulgarian rose petals for tests that found evidence of enzyme activity that turns carotenoids into chemical precursors of beta-damascenone, a scent compound in rose oil.
After getting rid of the petal pieces, what you're left with, says LeVorse, is a powerfully scented solution - and piles of decapitated flowers: 8,000 of them for just one gram of concentrated rose oil, for example.