Rosewood Essential Oil (Aniba rosaeodora) is also commonly known as Brazilian Rosewood and Rosewood Tree. Rosewood Essential Oil has a medium‐strength sweet, slightly floral, camphoraceous and peppery aroma presenting a middle fragrance note.
Rosewood Essential Oil is part of the Rocky Mountain Oils Skin Care collection. The oil is gentle enough for any skin type, including oily, sensitive, and mature complexions. Also add Rosewood to your DIY deodorants.
Use in an aroma inhaler or diffuse in your home to encourage deep contemplation about your spiritual self. Rosewood Essential Oil is also a great calming oil that may help deal with things one step at a time.
Country of Origin: Brazil
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Plant Part: Wood
Aroma: Sweet, Floral, Woody
Consistency: Thin to Medium
Blends Well With: Bergamot, Cinnamon Bark, Jasmine, Lavender, Lemon, Orange, Peppermint, Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang
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- Use while meditating to encourage deep contemplation about spiritual self
- Great to use in DIY deodorants
Sweet Hair Conditioner
Add oils to the conditioner and shake well. Shake well before every use. Apply to your hair after you shampoo and let it sit for five minutes before you rinse it out.
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This is a protected species: The preeminent rosewood appreciated in the Western world is the wood of Dalbergia nigra which is now a CITES-listed endangered species on Appendix 1, which means no commercial sales for wood that is cut after 1992. It is best known as Brazilian rosewood, but also as Bahia rosewood.
There are responsible and legal ways to harvest and source essential oils that could potentially be scarce, or on the endangered species list in some countries.
Rocky Mountain Oils work with our suppliers to ensure our essential oils are sourced legally and with the proper certifications in place.