Since Cleopatra used rose oil to seduce Marc Anthony, things haven’t actually changed very much…
Today, there is probably no rich or powerful woman or man in the world who has not treated their skin with this same ingredient. Things haven’t changed, just become more scientifically proven.
Recognizing this need, all the World’s most luxurious cosmetic brands pay a lot of money to use a few precious drops of the best quality Bulgarian Rosa Damascena Oil in their perfumes, creams, toners and all the other beauty products you can imagine. Companies such as Chanel, Kenzo, Estee Lauder, Dior and many others use Bulgarian rose oil in their products.
Why is Rosa Damascena oil so expensive?
It takes 10,000 roses to fill a single 5ml bottle. The rose petals are collected by hand (to not damage the fragile tissue and to lose the precious oil) early morning, before the sunrise, when the percentage of aromatic molecules in the petals is higher. And there are only a small number of days when this can be done. So, we shouldn’t be surprised that in 2019, a kilogram (or about 35 ounces) of rose oil was worth between $8,200 and $9,400, which made it more expensive than gold. If you want to learn more about why Bulgarian Damascena Rose oil is so expensive, the reasons are explained here.
As you can see, even though it is one of the historically very ancient ingredients used in cosmetics, Rose oil continues to be the Queen of Beauty into the 21st century. Bulgarian Rosa Damascena Oil offers clean beauty skin care – organic, nontoxic ingredient, allowing you to keep living a luxury lifestyle and use luxury cosmetics, but to do so mindfully, and caring about Nature.
Why and how is this possible?
When the oil is ready and added to skin care products, it hydrates dry skin, reduces signs of aging, minimizes the appearance of scars, and helps healing skin conditions like eczema and rosacea. This is because of its amazing ability to protect the skin from harmful bacteria and fungi. Also, simply by applying, the aromatic molecules help to reduce anxiety and stress, to calm depression and pain and – remember Cleopatra – to increase libido.
It is precious for healing neglected, badly treated and aged skin… and the soul. Аs you probably know, everything in the world has its own frequency and the Rosa Damascena oil is cited as the highest frequency essential oil, resonating at 320 MHz.
For all of these outstanding and unique qualities, the denomination “Bulgarian Rose oil” is recognized within the EU as a Protected Geographical Indication according to EU Regulation No. 1151/2012.
Is it not a unique feeling to be part of the ancient and the modern world at the same time?