Infinity roses, also known as eternity or forever roses, are treated with a special process that preserves their natural beauty and longevity. The process typically involves removing the moisture from the roses, which helps to preserve their natural texture. The roses are then treated with a special solution that gives them their colour & helps to prevent them from fading or wilting. This solution also helps to maintain the flexibility and suppleness of the petals and leaves.
The specific method of preservation can vary a little, but generally it includes a mixture of glycerin, which helps to preserve the natural shape, color, and texture of the flowers, and other ingredients like a biocide, which prevents fungal or bacterial growth. The flowers are then placed in a protective container or packaging to help maintain the preservation.
With proper care, infinity roses can last longer than a year, which makes them a great alternative to fresh flowers, which typically last for just a few days. It is important to note that these roses are not meant to be watered and should be kept away from direct sunlight, high humidity and extreme temperatures.
Overall, the process of preservation is specifically designed to extend the life and beauty of the roses. The preservation of infinity roses is a great way to enjoy flowers for a longer period of time and add a touch of elegance to any space without the need for frequent replacements.
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