Rose Damask Oil

Rose Damask Oil

OVERVIEWDamask rose (Rosa × damascena) is actually a rose hybrid derived from Gallic rose (Rosa gallica) and musk rose (Rosa moschata). Damask rose is a deciduous shrub with pinnate leaves and pink to light red fragrant flowers. It may flower from summer through Fall, depending upon the variety. 

Damask Rose essential oil is also called by the name rose otto but check that Damask rose is the only rose contributing to this type of rose oil, as sometimes various species of roses are merged into one oil and called rose otto, as well. Damask rose essential oil is extracted from the rose petals by steam distillation. A minute quantity is produced so it literally takes thousands of rose petals to produce the aromatic deep, sweet, floral oil. Consequently, damask rose essential oil is very expensive.


Use it in combination with a face or body oil to help the oil absorb into the skin. 

Spritz your face 3 to 4 times a day to replenish your skin. 

Use it to set your makeup.

Spray some hydrosol on a cotton pad to remove your makeup.

Use it to balance your skin’s pH after cleansing.

Use it in place of water when you mix powdered masks for added benefits.

Rosa × damascena

Rosa Damascena Flower Oil

White to Pink

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Steam Distillation