Aromatic White Rose Water for Face and Body

Moisturizing, Toning

Indispensable on hot days, while in travel, and in dry, heated, air-conditioned rooms. Has a refreshing effect. Recommended especially before collagen application.

May be used under make-up as well as on make-up.


White Rose (Rosa x alba L.) Water has anti-ageing properties. It revitalizes and soothes the skin, strengthens small blood vessels, optimizes skin pH and normalizes excess sebum. It has cleansing, mildly astringent and smoothing properties. In aromatherapy, it is valued for its calming action, alleviating fears and reducing headaches.

Recommendations for use

A care for every skin type. It is going to be specially appreciated by people with dry, mature, flaccid skin, as well as sensitive and redness prone skin, and also in cases of acne or rosacea skin.

Organic White Rose Hydrosol

White Rose Hydrosol is a very rare and exclusive flower water. It is obtained by the process of steam distillation of fresh White Rose Rosa Alba L. petals, cultivated in the famous Rose Valley in Bulgaria. Our rose petals distillate is organic, certified by CERES i USDA Organic, obtained from plants farmed at controlled and certified organic plantations. It is stabilized by an ecological preservative, including gluconolactone – an ingredient obtained from non-modified natural corn, with soothing cosmetic properties, valued in cosmetology – as well as other safe natural substances. This eco-preservative has been approved by independent international organizations controlling ecological products, such as. NaTrue, ECOCERT or Soil Association

INCI: Rosa Alba (Rose) Flower Water, Aqua, Gluconolactone, Sodium Benzoate 


The history of White Rose

The rose as an ornamental and medicinal plant, rich in essential oils, was highly valued already in antiquity. In the cultures of Levant, Mesopotamia, Greece and Rome, rose was not only a raw material for manufacturing costly perfumes and medicines, but used to be also a symbol of beauty, perfection, charm, love and passion. The number of rose varieties is well over 10,000 and new ones are ever being created. But as for aromatic material, there are no better ones than Damascus Rose (Rosa x damascena Mill.), which is also called Bulgarian Rose, originating from Asia Minor, Hundred Petaled Rose (Rosa x centifolia), cultivated in France by the end of 16th century, and White Rose Rosa x alba L., considered to be a hybrid of Damascus Rose and wild Dog Rose, one of the oldest varieties, cultivated for ca. 4,000 years. It boasts a wonderful deep, rich and pervasively pure fragrance of rose with slight citrus overtones. Flower water obtained from its petals is considered an exclusive, very rare hydrosol.

The origin of White Rose Hydrosol

White Rose, much as Damascus Rose, needs special climatic conditions for its cultivation. The famous Rose Valley in Bulgaria is an ideal place with centuries-old tradition. The flowers are picked over the time of one month at the turn of May and June, always at daybreak, before the flowers open, in order not to lose too much aromatic substance. The collected flowers are immediately taken to a distillery, where one of the most valuable essential oils is obtained via the process of steam distillation (in order to obtain 1 kilo of essential oil, ca. 4 tons of fresh rose petals are needed) and along with it the flower water (hydrosol), i.e. distillation water containing plant particles and ca. 1% of essential oil.