Daily Dose of Nature

Uses of Rose Oil

A fragment and luxurious oil, rose is extremely versatile. Use it to lift your spirits and balance your moods or incorporate it into your beauty regime.

Restore Skin – Rose’s natural anti-inflammatory actions makes it a valuable oil for treating skin disorders and damage.

  • Reduce unsightly stretch marks and scars by regularly applying a nourishing blend of oils. Add 4 drops each of rose, neroli and lavender oil to 20ml of sweet almond oil and 5ml of wheatgerm oil.
  • Create a nourishing after sun oil by combining 20ml of jojoba oil with 3 drops of rose oil 4 drops of chamomile oil and 10 drops of lavender oil. Apply to the skin to cool, moisturise and retain a suntan.

Lift Moods – Use rose to generate a feeling of calm and a sense of well being and happiness

  • For an uplifting but calming room fragrance, add 3 drops of rose oil, with 5 drops each of bergamot and petitgrain oil, to a vaporiser. The uplifting scent of the citrus oils complement rose’s soothing properties.
  • Fortify the emotions during times of grief and loss by combining 3 drops each of rose and petitgrain oil with 6 drops of clary sage oil in 25ml of grapeseed oil. Use as a body massage oil.
  • Enjoy an anti stress bath soak by adding 3 drops of rose oil and 2 drops each of lavender and frankincense oil to a drop, warm bath.

Sensual Beauty Oil – For a beautiful complexion, make rose part of your daily skin care regime.

  • Strengthen weak nails with 4 drops each of rose and cedar wood oil blended in 1oz of neutral base cream. Massage into the nails and nail base regularly.
  • Create an aromatic facial toner by blending 3 drops each of rose, sandalwood oil with 25ml of jojoba oil. These oils will tighten slack skin giving a healthy and youthful experience.
  • For soft skin, combine 4 drops each of rose and neroli oil with 25ml of avocado oil. Use twice daily.

Regulate Hormones – Rose is an excellent tonic for regulating the menstrual cycle and calming PMT. You can even use it to aid post natal healing.

  • Reduce painful, heavy periods with an aromatic abdominal massage containing 5 drops each of rose and lavender oil in 15ml of grape seed oil.
  • Treat irritability associated with PMS with a whole body massage containing 10 drops each of geranium and clary sage oil and 3 drops of rose oil in 25ml of carrier oil.
  • Rose acts as a tonic for the uterus. Enjoy a fortifying massage during the post natal period by blending 4 drops of rose oil with 8 drops each of clary sage and bergamot oil. Gently massage rose oil into your abdomen to ease the unpleasant symptoms of PMS.

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. inaloveworld says:

    Thank you for the valuable information and the recipes you share!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      I am so glad you like them 🙂 You can use rose oil may different ways. Apply it directly to the skin or add a few drops to your shower gel, bath, or face cream for a hint of rose and hydration. Use it in a full body massage to reap the moisturizing benefits over your whole body. You can also apply oil to your scars when they are healing.

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      1. inaloveworld says:

        I have known about shower gel and face cream, but I have not about applying to scars. As I said, you offer valuable information!
        A big Thank You!

        Liked by 1 person

      2. GS says:

        Most welcome.

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  2. Dragthepen says:

    Great information

    Liked by 1 person

    1. GS says:

      I am glad you liked the post. Rose oil is amazing. When applied directly to the skin, skin care products containing rose essential oil are purported to hydrate dry skin, clear acne, reduce signs of aging, minimize the appearance of scars, and help with conditions such as eczema and rosacea.

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      1. Dragthepen says:

        I go this one. thank you

        Liked by 1 person

      2. GS says:

        Most welcome.

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