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Damask Rose (Rosa damascena) Essential Oil

Damask Rose (Rosa damascena) Essential Oil

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Damask Rose (Rosa damascena) Essential Oil

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Plant description

Latin Name : Rose damascena
English Name : Damask Rose, Bulgarian Rose, Turkish Rose
French Name : Rose de Damas
Family : Rosaceae
Origin : Bulgaria, Iran, China, Turkey, Central Asia

History and Origin

Does rose need to be introduced? Widely appreciated thanks to its enchanting aroma, its therapeutic properties remain little known from the general public.

The Damask rose is a small shrub growing to 2,2 metres (7 ft 3 in) tall, the stems densely armed with stout, curved prickles and stiff bristles. 







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Aromatherapy Data Sheet

Distilled Part : Flowers
Extraction : Steam distillation
Oil Characteristics : Clear or solid liquid, depending on temperature. Slightly yellow in colour.  Strong characteristic smell of rose.
Properties : General tonic, neurotonic+++, calming, aphrodisiac. Skin action: revitalising, regenerative and healing, firming. Anti-infectious.
Indications : Acute and chronic bronchitis+++, asthma, tuberculosis. Sexual asthenia, frigidity, impotence++. Dermatitis, wounds, sprains, strains, wrinkles, rosacea. Aphtae, gingivitis+.
Energetic and Emotional Effect : Rose is the heart chakra oil. It is the center of love (for a person or universal love). Feminity is represented by gentleness, grace and beauty of the rose while the thorns reflect masculinity by their force and protection. Male and female energies are then well balanced. The rose allows experimenting unconditional and true love.
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Rose essential oil can be incorporated in food preparation (recommended dosages must be respected).

Main culinary agreements: honeys, jellies, vinegars, cakes, jams, pancakes, soufflés, teas, drinks, fruits, creams.


In view of its high cost, it is more appropriate to use the rose as a perfume to apply on skin instead of diffusion. 


Incorporated into an unscented cream, rose essential oil can treat dry skins and prevent the appearance of wrinkles (it helps regenerate tissues).

Rose oil recipe for facial care (perfect anti-wrinkles treatment for all types of skin):

50ml organic argan oil, 2 drops of rose EO

Put a few drops on the face, eye skin contour and neck. Leave to penetrate without rubbing.

Recipe taken from Huiles essentielles pour la cuisine et le bien-être, Mélinda Wilson


Heart and bottom notes, it blends naturally with other flowers.

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Recipes and Hints

‚ÄčThis oil will solidify or change in texture at lower temperatures. To warm it up before use, hold the bottle in your hand or place it in hot water from the tap, if needed.

Safety Data and Contraindications

  • Safety data: Because of its skin tolerance, the rose is a major essential oil for skin care. It can be used pure or diluted (test your skin reaction before first use).

  • Contraindications: No contraindication known under normal physiological doses.



Lot : B-RODABGR03Q (2015/08)


Monoterpenols : Citronellol (26,22 %), geraniol (10,32 %)


Lot B-RODAIRN01R (2016/07)


Linear alkanes: nonadecane (14,194 %), n-heneicosane (8,538 %)

Aliphatic hydrocarbon: z-5 nonadecene (7,038 %)

Monoterpenol: beta-citronellol (12,971 %)


Lot B-RODAIEN03S (2017/07)


Linear alkanes: nonadecane (22,483 %), eicosane (10,795 %)

Monoterpenol: β-citronellol (11,333 %)

Aliphatic hydrocarbon: 1-nonadecene (7,782 %)

Sesquiterpene: germacrene D (5,546 %)

Monoterpene: α-pinene (4,014 %) 


Lot BRODAIRN04T (2016/07)


Linear alkanes: nonadecane (14,194 %), n-heneicosane (8,538 %)

Aliphatic hydrocarbon: z-5 nonadecene (7,038 %)

Monoterpenol: beta-citronellol (12,971 %)


Lot RODAIRN04T (2015/09) - Conventional EO


Linear alkanes: nonadecane (15,255 %), heptadecane (9,225 %)

Linear hydrocarbon: tricosane (14,019 %)

Monoterpenol: beta-citronellol (11,585 %) 









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Documentation and References

  • FRANCHOMME, P., PÉNOËL, D., JOLLOIS, R., L’aromathérapie exactement, Éditions Roger Jollois

  • WILSON, Mélinda, Huiles essentielles pour la cuisine et le bien-être, Fides

  • DAVIS, Patricia, Aromathérapie spirituelle, Éditions de Mortagne