White rose in MCT oil
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Rosa alba or white rose essential oil is one of the rarest and most expensive fragrances in luxury perfumery. Its delicate and sensual, sweetly velvety aroma is truly the best choice for sacred rituals, for the care of delicate and sensitive skin. White rose is favoured by people seeking more subtle, unobtrusive fragrances.
A more affordable version of 100% pure white rose essential oil diluted in MCT oil – 21/79 ratio.
100% pure and natural
All ingredients contained in the product are 100% pure and natural and non-synthetic.
Our ethical approach is based on respect for all living things = we have not, do not and will never in the future test our products on animals.
The CTEO® pictogram is an expression of the BEWIT standards and protocols by which we check the quality of our essential oils. These include procedures for sourcing, transporting, storing, packaging and shipping essences.
To ensure maximum results every time, we make our essential oils from plants that come from the best sources around the world. We select our ingredients with an emphasis on scientific knowledge, historical wisdom, the legacy of our ancestors and practical results.
We check the exact composition and quality of essential oils at a unique level in our laboratory in Ostrava. For more information on the methods by which we discover the secrets of these unique gifts of nature, se you could find out here .
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White rose essential oil in coconut oil
Queen of the roses, queen of all essential oils
Bulgarian Rosa alba essential oil is extracted by steam distillation of fresh petals. It takes about 6–7 tons of fresh flowers to extract 1 kilogram of Rosa alba essential oil and the yield is twice as low as that of Rosa damascena essential oil. White rose essential oil is one of the queens of essential oils.
Slows the signs of aging
The effects of this oil are invaluable. It has been used for a wide range of beauty and body treatments since time immemorial. Due to its positive effects on the skin, white rose oil can very effectively regenerate the tissue, serving as a natural tonic to preserve the smoothness and elasticity of the skin. It helps to neutralise free radicals and significantly slows down the signs of ageing.
Oil of love, a gift for women
Known as love oil, white rose oil has profound effects and promotes femininity. It is effective in helping menstrual cycle problems.
A GLIMPSE INTO THE HISTORY OF ALBA ROSA
The Queen of Flowers across civilisations
The beauty and fragrance of the rose has accompanied mankind since time immemorial. As far back as on clay tablets dating back 4,000 years there were references to the cultivation of ornamental shrubs. Roses were cultivated in Egypt, in Abyssinia, around Altai, in Persia, in India and in many other places. In Rome or China, roses became the privilege of the nobility. A bronze statue of a seated woman with roses was found in Pompeii in the 1st century AD. In ancient Egypt, it was one of the rare tree species. It was most revered in Persia, where it grew in vast gardens and many people came to enjoy its endless beauty. From Persia comes the rose of the hundred-leaved rose (Rosa Centifolia), which is the source of rose oil. Two thousand years ago, the Greek poet Sappho called the rose the queen of flowers. 
The Chinese are conquering Europe
A turning point in the history of rose cultivation came with the cross-breeding of roses in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, when Chinese roses (Rosa chinensis and R. odorata) in particular began to be imported into Europe.
Damascena roses since the Crusades
The main sources for the production of quality essential oils today are Rosa damascena, R. centifolia, R. gallica and their cultivars. The most important producer of R. damascena is Bulgaria and the name ‚Damask rose‘ dates back to the Crusades.
Czech botanical name: Bílá růže
English name: White Rose
Latin name: Rosa alba
Country of origin: Bulgaria
Method of production: Steam distillation
Part of the plant used: Petals
 THE EPOCH TIMES. Rose, the noble queen of flowers, brings a feeling of velvet and a delicate fragrance. Zdenka Danková, published 21 May 2014