dōTERRA Rose Hydrosol Mist

Light and refreshing, Rose Hydrosol Mist is the ultimate addition to your skincare. Known for hydrating the skin and supporting a glowing complexion, Rose Hydrosol can be applied to the face, body and hair. Hydrosols offer a ready-to-apply alternative to pure essential oils, making application easy and simple.

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dōTERRA Rose Hydrosol Mist

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Primary Benefits

  • A beautifully-scented spray to refresh the skin and brighten your mood throughout the day.
  • Formulated with Rosa damascena flower water, it possesses the familiar floral scent of roses.
  • A luxurious addition to your daily skincare routine.

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  • Ideal to use on the face, body and hair.
  • Apply as part of your skincare regimen to leave skin feeling fresh and prepped for the day ahead.
  • As a personal aroma, apply for a light, floral scent and uplift mood.
  • Use in conjunction with Rose essential oil to enjoy the full spectrum of benefits.

Directions for Use

Spray 20-25 cm from face, body and hair as desired.


Keep at room temperature. External use. Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid eyes, inner ears and sensitive areas.


Rosa damascena flower water, Phenethyl Alcohol, Citronellol, Geraniol, Eugenol, Benzyl alcohol, Citral, Linalool, Farnesol


Why Bulgaria?

Roses have been grown and picked in Bulgaria for over 200 years. With such a long history of growing roses, primarily for essential oil, Bulgaria has become one of the largest producers of rose oil in the world. Near the Black Sea, Bulgaria has a sunny and dry climate coupled with well-drained, sandy soil that creates ideal conditions.

How Does It Work


Rosa damascena (the Damask Rose) is the species of rose grown and distilled for our Rose essential oil. The rose cuttings are planted in the autumn and are ready to be picked in May or June. Roses prefer sandy, clay-free soil with a sunny, slightly humid climate and mild winters.

The essential oil comes from steam distilling the petals of the flower. The flowers are picked by hand early in the morning and distilled later that same day. It is important to distil rose petals the same day they are harvested to capture a higher volume of oil from the delicate petals. 

Generating Jobs & Preserving Legacy

Bulgaria has historically boasted some of the world’s premier essential oil research, development, and production. However, this faltered in the Post-Communist era due to the government’s financial support for wheat, sunflower, and corn.

This inspired us to establish the Esseterre facility in Dobrich, Bulgaria. Although Esseterre is owned by doTERRA, it really is a Bulgarian firm, built and managed by Bulgarians. Expert managers, distillers, farmers, and engineers combine their impeccable skills and a shared commitment to positively impact their communities.

The establishment of Esseterre has provided significant economic revitalisation to the Dobrich, Bulgaria region. It has brought a multi-million investment and many jobs to a country where nearly a quarter of its population lives at or below the global poverty line. 

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What's in your bottle?

You will find your Quality ID on the bottom of doTERRA single essential oil bottles purchased after May 2016. The Quality ID will contain a series of six or seven numbers and one letter.

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