Cistus Ladanifer

INCI Name
Cistus Ladanifer
Ingredient origins
Gum Rockrose Leaves
Role
Fragrance
Common name
Cistus Oil
EWG score
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Ingredient details

Cistus ladanifer is a species of flowering plant native to the western Mediterranean region. Common names include gum rockrose, laudanum, labdanum, common gum cistus, and brown-eyed rockrose. The leaves are evergreen, broad, dark green above and paler underneath. The flowers are 5Ð8 cm diameter, with 5 papery white petals, usually with a red to maroon spot at the base, surrounding the yellow stamens and pistils. The whole plant is covered with the sticky exudate of fragrant resin, the source of labdanum, used in herbal medicine and perfumery. From Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cistus_ladanifer



Botanical name: Cistus Ladanifer

Other names: Gum rockrose, ladanum, gum ladanum, brown-eyed rockrose