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Rose Petal Powder - Gulab Patti Powder - Rosa Gallica Powder

Rose Petal Powder - Gulab Patti Powder - Rosa Gallica Powder

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Rose Petal Powder - Gulab Patti Powder - Rosa Gallica Powder

What is Gulab Patti Powder (Rosa Gallica Powder):
Rosa gallica var. officinalis is an erect, bushy small shrub with dull greyish-green foliage and profuse, highly fragrant, semi-double, light crimson flowers to 8cm in width in early summer. Small oval hips in autumn.

Every year rose breeders carry out hundreds of thousands of crosses, mainly amongst improved garden roses, to get new cultivars with improved character traits. These crosses are not difficult because, as most garden cultivars are tetraploid, the crosses are compatible. Usually, the hybrid seed of these garden cultivars germinate in the following year without showing seed dormancy. Furthermore, the seedlings develop flowers very early.


  • Have you ever wondered why your face is so dry? We have a product that will help! Rose petal powder is a natural skin toner, helps in skin inflammation and prickly heat. It makes the skin soft, smooth and glowing.
  • Rose petal powder contains anti-oxidants that fight off free radicals, skin irritants, excess sebum, and germs.
  • Rose petal powder has skin anti-inflammatory properties. It inhibits the inflammatory response produced by exposure to UV rays. Rose petal powder thus can reduce ageing effects. Regular use on the face and body can have significant anti-ageing effect.


  • Rose petal powder is like an elixir. It can be used in various wonderful ways, giving innumerable benefits to the skin and hair. Due to its soothing fragrance, rose is said to balance ‘vata dosha’. This dosha, according to Ayurveda, manifests mainly as anxiety, insomnia, and digestive issues. With its cooling and stabilizing effects, rose is also said to balance ‘pitta dosha’. 
  • The word ‘dosha’ means ‘essence’ or ‘path’. We are made up of all these doshas (essences) in varying proportions. It is our nature to be either hot or cold; pitta or kapha; vata or satwa; etc., depending on the balance between these doshas in us at a given point of time.
  • According to Ayurveda, when a person's body temperature is out of balance with the seasons, that person will experience disease symptoms such as headache, indigestion and fatigue too often during summer.

How to use:
Soak 8 to 10 petals in 3 to 4 tablespoons of distilled or filtered water for three hours. Mash the petals into the water and then add 2 tablespoons of honey. Mix and apply to the face. Leave on for 20 minutes, and then rinse with cool water.


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