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August 3, 2015

Rose Essential Oil Uses

 

Rose Oil (Rosa damascene) is one of the most beautiful and valuable of oils. It is often called “Queen of the Flowers.” Rose oil is an extraordinarily complex oil, though it seems otherwise. When you smell a rose, or even a dozen roses, it has a light, delicate scent. However, one bottle of Rose oil is made from thousands of rose petals, so the scent is concentrated and extremely strong.

Because of the immense amount of work that goes into making the Rose oil, it is very expensive. To make it easier for you to get this amazing oil, we also sell Blend of Rose, which is Rose oil blended  in the carrier oil F.C.O. All of the properties and benefits are still the same, it just provides you with a more affordable option.

Rose can give you feelings of love, it’s no wonder the flower has been used for gifts of love for centuries!

Combines Well With

Sandalwood, Clary Sage, Roman Chamomile, Cassia, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Bergamot, Balsam of Peru, Rosewood, Melissa, Frankincense, Clove Bud, Myrrh, and all floral oils.

Ways to Use It

Recipes

* As always, make sure you can use it on your skin by testing on a small part before using oils in a massage or a bath.

Rose Bath Recipe

Add to a warm/hot bath and soak for 30 minutes. You can also dissolve formula into 1 cup Sea Salts and add to water to help remove skin impurities.

Mood Elevating Bath

Add to a warm/hot bath and soak for 30 minutes. You can also dissolve formula into 1 cup Sea Salts and add to water to help remove skin impurities.

Dry Skin Moisturizer

Apply to face nightly. Especially good for dry, wrinkled skin.

Last of All

 

What recipes do you like to use? What do you like to do with Rose oil? Please share with us here in the comment section at the bottom of the page. We always like to know.

 

Disclaimer: Rocky Mountain Oils is not liable for any damage caused by use of these recipes. Each recipe was tested by employees of RMO and did not cause damage to home or person, but we still implore our customers to use caution before trying a recipe in their home. Test recipes on small areas before applying them to the entire surface and do not apply recipes to areas that are potentially sensitive (i.e. priceless Victorian tubs, Baby Grand pianos, etc.).

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