Rose Attar Essential Oil
Living Libations organic Rose Attar Essential Oil by any other name would smell just as sweet! Rose Attar is gentle enough to be applied directly to the wrists, nape of neck, and armpits as a numinous natural perfume. Applying Rose Attar to the body and chakras can calm the spirit, redirect thinking, and set the tone for mindful meditation. A few drops in the bath and applied with jojoba after a bath will adorn you with the rituals of royalty.
Botanical Name: Rosa damascena co-distilled with Santalum album
Botanical Family: Rosaceae
Ingredients: Rose Attar and Sandalwood Essential Oil
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Flowers and heartwood
Country of Origin: India
Cultivation Method: Organic
Composition: 100% Rosa damascena co-distilled with Santalum album
Scent Description: Deep, sweet, floral top notes with dusky, honeyed undertones.
Blends well with: Jasmine, Vetiver, Ylang, Carnation, Neroli, Vanilla, and Geranium.
Uses: Replenishing for skin and soul. Sensual love potion. Divine as a deodorant. A bathing beauty. Perfection in perfumery.
After the monsoon rains have drained the heavens over the Himalayas, rose petals are plucked to distill into the ancient art of creating Rose Attar. Our Rose Attar Essential Oil is co-distilled from Damascus Rose blossoms along with sublime Sandalwood. Rose Attar is an extraordinary union of the sublime sensuality of sandalwood and the resplendent regal-ness of rose.
This dynamic duo is an extraordinary sensual serum, an effective underarm charm, a soother of dry skin, a smoother of fine lines and acne, a perfectly passionate perfume, and a facilitator of forgiveness. An emotional and physical harmonizer, Rose Attar's aroma comforts in times of mourning and brings balance to emotions that seem unbearable. Calming, cooling properties are known to alleviate tension, lighten the weight of heavy thoughts, and invite an overall essence of purity and sensuality.
Rose Attar is a rare essence that will wrap you in gentle, luxury of the earth's botanical bounty.
"It was June and the world smelled of roses. The sunshine was like powdered gold over the grassy hillside."
Maud Hart Lovelace
"Rose petals floated atop rose water in canals in the Shalimar Gardens for the wedding of Shah Jahan and his bride, in whose honor the shah later built the Taj Mahal. Legend has it that when his wife noticed the rose oil particles surfacing on the water, she ordered them collected for her perfume."
Roberta Wilson, Aromatherapy: Essential Oils for Vibrant Health and Beauty