A lightweight oil serum designed for all skin types, especially sensitive, mature or capillaries.
It contains rosehip oil with unique properties of reducing existing and inhibiting wrinkles.
Perilla oil increases the production of collagen and elastin, which are responsible for the firmness and elasticity of the skin.
Vitamin E together with the damask rose oil protect against the negative impact of the external environment, regenerate and reduce redness. After applying the serum, the skin becomes visibly smoother, radiant and more elastic.
Ingredients / INCI: Helianthus Annus Seed Oil, Rosa Canina (Fruit) Oil, Perilla Frutescens (Perilla) Seed Oil, Coco-Caprilate, Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil, Rosa Damascena Flower Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate, Lavandula Angustifolia Oil, Citral, Citronellol, Geraniol , Linalool, Eugenol, Farnesol.
Rosadia is a brand with a “rose” leitmotif. Perfect for all types of skin. Above all, it will appeal to the owners of dry, mature, sensitive and capillaries.
Glossary of rose ingredients in natural cosmetics Rosadia:
Bulgarian Pink Rose (Rosa Damascena) Hydrolate (hydrolate from the damask rose)
Hydrolates are referred to as distillates, “floral waters” or “plant waters”. Hydrolates are formed as a by-product of acquiring essential oils in the process of distillation with water vapor of plants.
Hydrolat is the remaining distillation water, which contains dissolved components of plant material and small amounts of essential oil. Hydrolates are in the form of a liquid with a subtle odor and pH close to the natural skin reaction. Just like essential oils are pure essences of a given plant material,
but in a milder and diluted form.
Rosa Damascena Flower Oil (damask rose oil)
It is obtained by distillation of hand-picked damask rose flowers (Rosa damascena) grown in the famous Rose Valley in Kazanluk, Bulgaria. From two to five tons of collected flowers 1 kg of essential oil is distilled. For over 330 years Damascus Rose has been cultivated in this area.
It is believed that the Valley of Roses has unique, exceptional conditions (soil structure, air humidity, cloudiness and rainfall) to obtain the highest quality rose oil. Roses are collected in a strictly defined time, from sunrise to around 10.00-11.00 hours because then the flowers have the largest
concentration of oils.
In the perfumery, this scent is a pattern of floral aroma. The natural oil contains several hundred ingredients – including alcohols, esters, aldehydes, acetals, terpenes and many others that make up its fragrance bouquet.
Floral character gives this essential oil the main components: beta-phenethyl alcohol, geraniol and damascenon. Despite the remarkable progress in the field of fragrances, it is impossible to reproduce the true aroma of rose oil from synthetic ingredients. You can not substitute Rosa damascena with other rose oils from over 200 varieties of this plant.
Rosa Canina (Fruit) Oil (rosehip oil)
The chemical composition of wild rose oil is unique. It contains natural trans-retinoic acid (vitamin A acid, tretinoin), which regenerates tissues at the cellular level. In addition, the oil has a high content of omega-6 and omega-3. Rosehip oil also contains carotenoids (beta-carotene,
lycopene, zeaxanthin and others) with antioxidant properties. It has unique properties: reduces existing and inhibits the formation of new wrinkles, improves skin elasticity, tones its tone and significantly slows down the aging process. The oil works well in skin care after bathing
sunlight, lightens discolorations, rebuilds intercellular cement, reduces scars and stretch marks (accelerates tissue restructuring). Extract of rosehips has a very high concentration of vitamin C, thanks to which it lightens the complexion and discoloration. It is characterized by softening, moisturizing and smoothing properties, protects the skin against the harmful effects of free radicals, strengthens collagen and elastin fibers, causing an increase in firmness and elasticity of the skin and the reduction of fine wrinkles.