With synthetic components still used in the production of cosmetics, the very beauty of flowers need not be excluded, unless users have allergic reactions.  With the trend moving more towards green, Ecocert raws, buyers might be impressed with the purity offered by nature.

To commence, it is not surprising that roses with all the varieties and their beauty are an allure to customers.

These petals are used to produce famous Rose water, plus night creams are favourable for greasy skins, as products can have hydrating properties and have the ability to mend blood vessels.

Chamomile is often termed the ‘wonder flower’ as it can deplete inflammation, calm the redness of skin, has antiseptic properties, and assists skin to regain its elasticity.

Hibiscus not commonly mentioned is used worldwide due to its exfoliating properties.

The exquisite aroma of Jasmine too plays a role in skin care, being an antioxidant, can unblock pores and its waxy component can be use in manufacturing various products.

The Marigold with its enormous popularity in India has an extracted oil termed Calendula, which can play a role in reducing acne marks and commonly known to give relief when one is irritated by insect bites.

A question often arises as to how the perfume is extracted from the plant / flower.  Laboratories with superb scientific knowledge perform a number of procedures, but interestingly, in ancient Egypt, workers would gather large numbers of blooms, tie them into a cloth which was twisted firmly, wringing out the liquid, this juice then placed into vats with a small quantity of oil to seal the fragrance.

Overall, the Egyptians certainly developed superb methods whenever needs arose!