Rose Absolute, Bulgaria
Bulgarian Rose Absolute
The Bulgarian Rose and its wonderful fragrance is one of the most sought after essential oils for use in perfumery. It has a deep yet soft and hypnotic fragrance.
Used throughout history for its lovely scent, Rose oil is the premier oil of love, esteemed for being a classical "heart opener". In aromatherapy, rose is used for depression, in skin formulas, and as a tonic for the female reproductive system.
Our Bulgarian Rose Absolute is very concentrated - please dilute this oil into jojoba oil (or perfumer's alcohol) prior to using. Feel free to use it in your natural perfume blends, especially in combination with Jasmine, Ylang Ylang, and Sandalwood. Also try blending Rose Absolute with our Amber Essence Oil to make your own unique amber rose oil.
Perfumery Uses: The oil of love, Hypnotic, Encourages a feeling of happiness and contentment. For a pre-blended and affordable dilution of this oil, see our Rose Absolute, Bulgaria - 10%
- Versatile and lovely Review by Gorosheeta
- Even as a perfumery novice, I knew that I would need a few fundamental scents to get myself started. I chose this Bulgarian Rose absolute, as well as a few other essentials. So far, the Bulgarian Rose absolute has played well with every other scent, lending a smooth sweetness that lasts for hours. It's lovely! (Posted on 2/20/13)
- A beautiful Rose Review by Gudi's Aromatherapy
- We love to use Bulgerian Rose for our blends for its rich, sweet, rose scent. This one is just wonderful! Of course rose has also wonderful anti-inflammatory benefits when used in skin care products, and is a soothing, calming, also romantic oil. This one is especially beautiful and I'm so happy to have found this fine quality. Thanks (Posted on 2/15/13)
- Gorgeous... Review by BShea
Bulgarian Rose abs; Yet another WOW! What a difference from the otto! I think this must be the quintessential rose odor. Beautiful. Surprisingly in many ways it reminds me of my Turkish otto, but I would say half as strong but still rather vibrant and fresh and diffusive in it's own way. Recently I've read something that Mandy Aftel wrote about how she used to prefer and use the Moroccan rose abs but discovered the Bulgarian and converted to that instead. I think I might be in the same boat now. I always liked the soft, yet persistent odor of the Moroccan rose, with it's subtle notes of honey and spice. Maybe I can use both for different purposes. (Posted on 2/14/13)