Giardino delle Rose Face Oil

Giardino delle Rose Face Oil


From Italian: " Garden of Roses"


A quick-absorbing formula. It quickly soothes sensitive,  or irritated skin.


Bulgarian Rose Otto – (Rosa Damascena). The classic Rose Oil. Origin:  Valley of Roses in Bulgaria. A true essential oil hydro-distilled from the petals of Rosa damascena.
Aroma: Fresh, warm, deeply floral and rich with hints of soft citrus zest, faint pepper and earthy green body notes; extremely complex, sweet and full-bodied.

Rosa Alba (White Rose)
Origin: Bulgaria
This extremely rare and precious White Rose form Bulgaria’s Valley of the Roses is a direct descendant of the ancient Rosa Gallica, one of the oldest members of the Rose family. Once you experience its charm you will be enchanted forever
Aroma:  The Rosa Alba has a much more intense aroma than Rosa Damascena.

Persian Rose – (Rosa Damascena).
Origin:  Iran
Extremely rare and valuable. The Iranian rose oil is more delicately fragranced

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Rose oil and/or absolute is a precious and irreplaceable ingredient in the fine perfume industry.  The chemistry of this flower’s oil is so complex and intricate that it is impossible to reconstitute it completely, even  in the lab.


Simmondsia chinensis ( Jojoba ) Oil, Organic Rosa canina (Rosehip Seed) Oil,  Rosa Damascena (Bulgarian Rose Otto) oil, Rosa Damascena (Persian Rose) Essential Oil, Rosa Damascena (Bulgarian Rose Otto), Rosa Alba (Bulgarian White Rose), Tocopherol (Vitamin E) Oil

Use after cleansing. Apply 5-7 drops of Giardino delle Rose Face Oil  to the palms. Using sweeping motions, massage into face, neck, and décolleté . Use within 6 months of opening.


Each year, on Aprile 21,  more than 1,100 rose varieties from all over the world, flower in innumerable colours and scents in Rome’s secret garden “Il Roseto”, in the Aventine Hill.

The beauty of one of  Rome’s most romantic gardens is enhanced by its background; its panoramic view onto Circus Maximus, the bell tower of the Basilica di Santa Maria in Cosmedin, the top of the dome of the synagogue and the Palatine Hill creates a fairytale-like scene.

A small section of the garden is reserved for the roses of the Ancient World. The Romans found that the fragrance of roses had inebriating properties. At the end of a lavish banquet, when the guests were already excited by the effects of food and wine, the perfect host arranged for cascades of rose petals to fall from the ceiling. A custom still practised today in the Pantheon and the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore.