Nestled in the picturesque Dades Valley of Morocco lies Kelaat M'Gouna, a town synonymous with the enchanting beauty of roses. Here, during the vibrant Rose Festival, the air is perfumed with the scent of fresh blooms, and the community comes together in a spectacular celebration. 

This festival, replete with music, dance, and the crowning of the Rose Queen, epitomizes the local reverence for the rose. It is from this deep-rooted tradition that Oryza Rosa draws its inspiration for one half of its essence.

The founder of Oryza Rosa, with her Moroccan heritage, grew up in the midst of this floral paradise. The roses of Kelaat M'Gouna, known for their purity and beauty, became a symbol of her connection to her roots.

These blooms, handpicked and cherished, are integral to Oryza Rosa, representing not just an ingredient, but a piece of cultural heritage.

In contrast, yet in harmony, the brand also embraces the ancient beauty rituals of Japan, where the simplicity and efficacy of rice in skincare have been celebrated for centuries.

The Japanese tradition of using rice water for achieving 'glass skin' is deeply respected and integrated into Oryza Rosa’s philosophy. This practice, which dates back to the era of the Geishas, symbolizes purity, wellness, and a profound connection with nature.

Oryza Rosa seamlessly marries these two distinct cultural elements. The Moroccan roses symbolize resilience and beauty, while the Japanese rice tradition brings a timeless wisdom to skincare. Together, they form a unique blend, offering products that are rich in history and efficacy.

Each product from Oryza Rosa is a tribute to these two cultures, crafted for individuals who value natural beauty and cultural richness. The brand ensures that every item is vegan, cruelty-free, and designed to address the challenges of modern skin concerns.

This unique fusion, encapsulated in Oryza Rosa’s skincare line, offers more than just beauty solutions—it's an experience of two cultures, lovingly woven together to nurture and celebrate the skin.