Centifolia Rose-Yves Rocher

The Rose with one hundred leaves, blooms at the top of leafy bushes 1.5 m high, in small bouquets of bright roses. Originating in the 16thcentury from a cross between different species, the mystery behind its creation has still not been uncovered. The Centifolia rose, used in Yves Rocher’s perfumes, is always grown in Grasse on the rare plots still reserved for this plant, where it flowers in May. It is the best existing quality of Centifolia Rose. For five weeks, the roses are delicately picked by hand first thing in the morning, when they are still cool from the night and the first rays of sunlight disclose their fragrance