Rose oil is a product obtained by the double distillation of different types of oil-bearing roses. It contains more than 300 different phytochemicals such as geraniol, nerol, citronelol, up to 30% stearoptenes, eugenol, citral, linalool, benzaldehyde, tannins (preferably catechins, quercetin, quercetin), waxes and other acids.
According to some sources, it is used in digestive, endocrine, nervous and reproductive systems. Rose oil has antibacterial activity, as well as a known soothing and anti-allergic effect and is used in the treatment of inflammation and dyskinesia of the bile ducts, bronchial asthma and other diseases.
It has a cleansing and antiseptic effect, making the oil suitable for all skin types, especially dry and sensitive skin, while slowing the aging process. Successfully heals many skin problems - eczema, acne, scarring and allergies. Helps regenerate cells and is used in burns and deep wounds.
According to the available information, aromatherapy with rose oil eliminates nervous tension and depressive states, insomnia, apathy and stress. Rose oil helps against the dark circles under the eyes, and also has properties that rejuvenate the skin.
The pharmacological effects of white and red roses, as well as rose oil, have been extensively studied by many researchers. High biological activity, expressed in laxative, spasmolytic, anti-inflammatory, biliary and antimicrobial action, has been established.