Plant part: Flowery
Originally from South Africa, geranium was imported into Europe from the beginning of the 17th century, for its ornamental interest primarily. Geranium Rosat is a cultivar whose culture has been spread in the region of Grasse, in Provence, to extract an essential oil with a rose smell, bound for perfumery. Fearing frost, cultures had to be renewed each year. Very quickly the producers sought mild climates. Our geranium rosat is a quality from the island of Reunion, "Bourbon" meaning "of the islands". With its smell recalling the rose, it is a very important essential oil in cosmetics. It is also recognized to keep mosquitoes away. Its aromatic hydrosol, in diffusion, is also appreciated to keep mosquitoes away.
Hydrolat Bourbon type geranium
Discover the artisanal distilled geranium hydrosol and made in France it calms irritation and acts on oily skin or problem skins
Essential Oil Bourbon type geranium
Discover the essential pelargonium oil Graveolens Chémotypée and Botanique Litté defined. Calming she fights against spasms and viral infections