Rose Absolute Essential Oil
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Immerse yourself in the wonderfully floral aroma of Rose Absolute. Absolutes are highly concentrated oils and are most likely to be closer to the true scent of the flower or plant than other essential oils.
Used in aromatherapy, the scent is said to be balancing, relaxing and uplifting and can help evoke feelings of positivity and happiness. This sensual and soothing oil is well known for its aphrodisiac powers. Used in a diffuser or vaporiser, the delicate aroma will help you create a romantic atmosphere.
Rose Oil is a popular oil for use in skincare products. It is known for nourishing and conditioning skin making it useful for those with dry or mature skin. It has astringent properties so has a firming effect when applied topically, it is recommended that you dilute the oil as it is highly concentrated. Rose is ideal for using in your homemade beauty formulation, not only for its beautiful, delicate scent but its wonderous skincare benefits.
Rose Absolute is extremely potent so must be diluted with a carrier oil such as Rosehip Oil (#246) or Raspberry Seed Oil (#251) at a percentage of 0.02%. This may not sound like much at all, but even 1-2 drops of this wonderful oil will bring the beautiful scent of Rose to any homemade beauty formulation.
Dilute at a percentage of 0.02% of the finished blend, typically 1-2 drops of essential oil to 100ml of carrier oil. Do not use undiluted on the skin.
Add a drop or 2 to your cleanser or facial serum for added benefits of Rose Oil.
Add a few drops to your diffuser or burner and allow the beautifully, uplifting aroma to unwind and relax after a hard day.
Use in a massage blend with a carrier oil, we recommend Sweet Almond (#215), Grapeseed (#210) or Coconut Oil (#203).
Use as an ingredient in your homemade lotions, balms, creams and serums.
100% Rose Absolute
Country of Origin
Sweet and floral
Dark red to orange
Absolutes are highly concentrated aromatic substances that are obtained from delicate flowers by solvent extraction. Absolutes are typically very thick, viscous oils and can be difficult to get out of the bottle. Warm the bottle by rolling it between your palms for a minute or two or stand the bottle in some warm water for a minute. This should help the oil flow from the dropper easier.