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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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Karlovo-based Bulgarian Rose, established in 1948, manufactures cosmetic products for face, body, and hair using rose oil and locally-grown herbs.
The annual production of ten essential oils the most expensive of which is the rose oil worldwide is over 100,000 tons.
Proceeds from the sale of items in the Peace Rose Oil Community Commerce Collection (available at Target Corp.
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.
Rose oil has been used for hundreds years, according to the Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Science, which valued the crop at about 5,000 Euros per kilogram.
Rose essential oil is also expensive, for it takes 30 to 60 roses to produce a single drop of essential oil, or 500 pounds of rose petals to distill 1 pound (about 2 cups) of rose oil. "The terms rose otto, rose oil, and rose essential oil mean exactly the same thing," says Marge Clark at Nature's Gift, an aromatherapy supply company.
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.
Young roses in Isparta provide raw material to the perfume industry after being converted into rose oil.
The resort city in the Makkah Region is famous for its wide variety of roses and their perfumes, including rose water and rose oil.
One unusual item that Arab News discovered lately is a bottle of rose oil from 1904, eBay item number 290302903097.