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Rosa Damascena

the symbol of love

: 135 ml

  • Sacred aroma of the queen of all flowers - Rosa Damascena.



  • hydrates and tones the body skin
  • aftershave
  • aromatherapy
  • can be added to bathwater
Other ideas:
  • pH balancing hair tonic
  • can be used instead of essential oils with aroma lamps and ultrasound humidifiers
  • gives a fresh touch to clothes and household linen

How to use

Our skin adores water. Good natural skin care always demands plenty of healthy water substanses and essential waters are a must in almost every other recipe - starting from face, body and hair tonics, going through creams and lotions, and ending with soaps, deodorants etc.

Facial Masks

There is a number of recipes for cosmetic masks and facial masks with medicinal qualities. Once you’ve chosen the right type of dry mask for your skin (for example fuller’s earth or clay) you can activate it by adding herbal water to the mixture until you get the right consistency. Once applied to your skin you need to periodically spray it with water in order to keep it fresh.

Make-up Removal

Apply moderate amount of the distillate to a cotton wad and remove make-up as usual..

Face and Body Tonic

Spraying it directly onto the face, neckline and body leaves you with a vital feeling of gentle softness.

Naturally, don’t forget to smile to boost the effect!


Ingredients (INCI): Purely spring water distilled Rose Petals (Rosa Damascena (Rose) Distillate). All produced by us. Surely, no additives.


Rosa Damascena Floral Water

SACRED. This one word describes the aroma and properties of the Bulgarian Rosa Damascena which is popular all over the world with its great qualities. There are around 5 000 species of rose plants known to man but the ones which contain oil are very few. The top place though is held by the Bulgarian Rosa Damascena which makes us popular among high-quality cosmetic fans and aroma lovers around the globe.

SEVOA and Herbal Essential Water Production

There are a large number of products containing various types of components with varying degrees of concentration. These are widely known by a few names. The most well-known are floral waters, flower waters or simply waters (hydrolates). Since there are no regulations as to which of these names should be used for the market, we coined another name to distinguish our product.

Though they are known by quite a few names the variety of products basically comes down to three types. The first one is usually a mixture of distilled water with added artificial or natural fragrances of various plants. The second variety of these products is also distributed on a large scale and although it contains most of the plant’s characteristics, it’s actually a residual product of essential oil production, which in the past had been treated as waste water. This is a common practice even for plants like lavender, camomile, etc. There’s also a third variety of products which are produced in a different way aiming at keeping all the oil and other active substances from the plant in the distillate (water). It is these products that we’ve named Essential Water.