In perfumery: the whole scent of roses, with a refreshing floral scent. After harvesting, the buds are separated from the petals and left to dry inside the stalk. The rose, the flower of a thousand and one nights, will amaze you with its enchanting scent. Thrown onto the surface of your fountain or into your bath water, they provide a decorative and total landscape change.
For the skin: We recommend placing a few handfuls in your hot bath for a moment of gentle relaxation. You can also combine dried rose buds with black soap in your bath.
For your face : You can also use a few handfuls of dried rose buds during a steam bath or “facial bath” to purify your skin, open your pores and prepare it for treatments like a ghassoul mask, green clay, white clay etc. To deeply cleanse, get rid of impurities including blackheads (associated with dried rose buds for beautiful skin).
In the kitchen: Rose buds taken in the form of an infusion are excellent for helping with difficult digestion and intestinal disorders, for decorating cakes or dishes or even in preparing rotten utensils, and are used to decorate dishes and as spices in the form of roses. powder;