Nothing can replace the smell of a natural ingredient such as Bulgarian Rose Oil, which is always preferred by perfumers, no matter that the synthetic compounds are extremely popular in perfume-making nowadays.
“When a perfume is created, there is always a story behind it. Usually, you add it Bulgarian Rose Oil because you want to do a floral perfume, like a rose perfume, so when you do this composition, you would have some rose-like elements already in it but adding natural perfume, it just gives another dimension and also quality,” says Nathalie Feisthauer, a Paris-based Master Perfumer.
The Rosa Damascena essential oil has natural anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antimicrobial properties. It is known to help soothe red or irritated skin and is appropriate to use on sensitive skin.
According to Rachael Pontillo, a licensed aesthetician and herbal skincare formulator, the oil’s antimicrobial and astringent properties make it great for balancing the scalp as it could help with overall volume and scalp health. “I would recommend it for a leave-in conditioner, overnight hair/scalp treatment, or another type of leave-on hair/scalp treatment,” she said
Aromatherapy is another field, where Bulgarian Rose Oil has been extremely popular. “We discovered the ‘feel good’ benefits of relieving stress and anxiety, reducing cortisol levels, instilling feelings of calm and relaxation, improving sleep quality, premenstrual syndrome and menopausal symptoms, and boosting mood and increasing confidence,” explained Kuen Rameson of Gloss Moderne.
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