Rose Water, 200 ml

Kashmir Rose water 200 ml.
Manufacturer: Kashmir Aromatics
Availability: In stock
SKU: ABK156
Delivery date: 5-7 days
$2.90

Steam distillation has been used for over two thousand years to isolate the scent of flowers. Rose water is extracted from steam distillation, and within the distillation flask flavorings and other water soluble compounds are extracted from the rose petals to hot water. The reaction is the same as the one in making tea or coffee, compounds dissolve in water. Thereafter, volatile compounds, such as water and flavorings extracted from the petals, evaporate in their respective boiling points. Non-volatile compounds usually cannot be distilled even if they were extracted to water. When evaporated substances touch a cold surface, such as the distillation equipment’s condenser or the lid of the pot, they condense into drops and fall into the receiving container. Rose water is widely used in the cuisine of the Middle East and Asia, especially in desserts and sweets. It can also be used in perfumes and scents.

Rose water has multiple uses and benefits:

  • Due to the astringent like properties it possesses, rose water helps clean pores and tone the skin. Applying rose water after steaming tightens capillaries, reduces redness and blotchiness.
  • The aroma of roses is said to be a powerful mood enhancer. It rids you of feelings of anxiety and promotes emotional well-being, thereby making you feel more relaxed.
  • The nourishing and moisturizing properties of rose water enhance the quality of hair. It is known to treat mild scalp inflammations and get rid of dandruff. Rosewater works wonders as a natural conditioner and revitalises hair growth.
  • The scent of rose water on your pillow also helps you sleep better after a long day, making you wake up refreshed.
  • It also helps aging skin, keeping fine lines and wrinkles at bay.

 

Steam distillation has been used for over two thousand years to isolate the scent of flowers. Rose water is extracted from steam distillation, and within the distillation flask flavorings and other water soluble compounds are extracted from the rose petals to hot water. The reaction is the same as the one in making tea or coffee, compounds dissolve in water. Thereafter, volatile compounds, such as water and flavorings extracted from the petals, evaporate in their respective boiling points. Non-volatile compounds usually cannot be distilled even if they were extracted to water. When evaporated substances touch a cold surface, such as the distillation equipment’s condenser or the lid of the pot, they condense into drops and fall into the receiving container. Rose water is widely used in the cuisine of the Middle East and Asia, especially in desserts and sweets. It can also be used in perfumes and scents.

Rose water has multiple uses and benefits:

  • Due to the astringent like properties it possesses, rose water helps clean pores and tone the skin. Applying rose water after steaming tightens capillaries, reduces redness and blotchiness.
  • The aroma of roses is said to be a powerful mood enhancer. It rids you of feelings of anxiety and promotes emotional well-being, thereby making you feel more relaxed.
  • The nourishing and moisturizing properties of rose water enhance the quality of hair. It is known to treat mild scalp inflammations and get rid of dandruff. Rosewater works wonders as a natural conditioner and revitalises hair growth.
  • The scent of rose water on your pillow also helps you sleep better after a long day, making you wake up refreshed.
  • It also helps aging skin, keeping fine lines and wrinkles at bay.

 

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