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The ROSE OTTO … Price of A Precious Essential Oils ! Description: The rose is one of the world’s b est known flowers – stunning and exotic in both visual appearance and aroma. Otto is a Bulgarian word for “o il”. It’s used to differentiate the steam distilled from the absolute. The production of this oil is vary labor intensive; the flowers are carefully hand picked at a particular time of day, when the fragrance of the flower is at its strongest. Since the oil is steam distilled, it only contains the natural essences of the rose petals as opposed to solvent extracted that possibly contains minute amounts of hexane. In aroma therapy the Rose Otto is more potent than the Rose Absolute, as it only needs a fraction of a percent to do wonders. The aroma of the oil grows intense as it ages if properly stored. When Rose Otto is cooled, it can congeal to a translucent soft mass which will liquefy by the warmth of the hand. Rose is one of the most com plex essential oils known. It contains more than 300 chemical compounds, of which the greater part is still unidentified. The comparison between the Rose Otto and Rose Absolute is clearly seen in the content of pheny l ethyl alcohol which is almost negligible in the Rose Otto. It is a water soluble constituent which is lost in the distillation process. This oil may form white or clear crystals at a temperature of 70 degrees Fahre nheit (21° C) and may turn into an opaque paste consistency in much lower temperature, if this occurs, let your bottle sit in a warm bath and it will return the clear liquid consistency. Color: Pale yellow Commo n Uses: Aromatherapists credit Rose Otto as having uplifting, aphrodisiac and spirit balancing properties. T he pleasing aroma of Rose Otto is great for meditation. This product is very common in perfumery and aromati c industries. It’s a good emollient and it’s excellent for skin preparation especially f ocusing on dry, sensitive and mature skin. 274.00 $ 15.00 ml

26 Oct

Institut Anca
Anca Cercel N.D.
514 -996-9471

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