Red Rose Day Celebrated By Inflora Botanica
Makers of rose hip seed oil celebrate the origin of their product
Says Inflora Botanica CEO Laura Lambert "it's quite a wonder to think of all of the uses for the rose- it's petals are used for health and beauty, and to create rose essential oils, absolutes and hydrosols. The rose hips themselves are used as a vitamin C rich tea, and the seeds within them are used to make the oil that we sell. It's quite extraordinary to think that so many lovely products are brought forth from this one plant."
Daysoftheyear.com states this "Celebrating the many facets of the rose, Red Rose Day is a time for gardeners, florists and romantics to come together and enjoy the rose in all its splendour. Red Rose Day gives fans a chance to see roses at their best, blooming in glorious abundance at the height of the season." Lambert knows of no others in Mill Valley who celebrate International Red Rose Day.
Most rose species are native to Asia, with some species native to Europe, North America, and northwest Africa. Gardeners and botanists have been creating hybrids and cultivars for centuries that are grown for their beauty and fragrance. The wild roses used in Inflora Botanica's rosehip oil grow wild in Chile and possess smaller, open flowers and large rosehips.
Says Lambert "It's our goal to demonstrate that it's possible to enrich, nourish, and moisturize the skin using natural ingredients. Highlighting that our product comes directly from a celebrated flower seems a great way to do that."
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About Inflora Botanica
Inflora Botanica believes that skin wellness can be supported through ingredients from nature. Their first product is certified organic rosehip seed oil.
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