We take pride at Skincare with Compassion in using natural ingredients which deliver the most beneficial properties for the skin. One of these ingredients is the Rose flower. Not only does the Rose smell wonderful but their oils have numerous benefits to the skin.
Rose has been valued for centuries for the pure oil derived from the petals. It can take around 40 tons petals to extract just 300g of Rose oil which makes it one of the most expensive oils to to buy. It contains high amounts of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants which have soothing and moisturising properties.
We use 4 different types of Rose flower oils in our skincare range which is one of our most loved ingredients for the wonderful benefits each has on the skin. You can discover the skin benefits of below:
Rose Centifolia Flower Oil
Rose Centifolia is native to Eurasia with pink, fragrant petaled flowers and has a sweet, exquisite aroma. It contains Tannins and Gentianin compounds that have a toning and firming effect on the skin which helps against the signs of ageing.
Rosa Damascena Flower Oil
Rose Damascena has a light, sweet aroma and is the purest of Rose oils. Often referred to as ‘liquid gold’ it contains a complex amount of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. This oil has rejuvenating properties to help balance and restore skin whilst retaining moisture. It also helps with broken capillaries and and scarring on the skin.
Rose Geranium Flower Oil (Pelargonium Graveolens)
Rose Geranium has a sweet aroma and provides nutritious benefits to the skin swell as antibacterial properties. It has ultra-moisturising properties that keep skin cells hydrated and excess oil-free. It helps to minimise the look of wrinkles as it tightens facial skin and is believed to slow down the effects of ageing.
Rosehip Oil (Rosa Canina Fruit Oil)
Rosehip Oil is derived from the hips of the rose flower. Rich in potent antioxidant and essential nutrients including Vitamin A, Vitamin E & Omega 3, 6, 7 & 9. It deeply conditions, hydrates and improves firmness and elasticity of the skin.