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The Insider’s Guide to Rose (Infused) Oil

In our pursuit of Beauty, Balance and Taking Care of Business, we want to make sure you know about everything we know about with regard to taking care of yourself.

Roses are known for their sweet smell, but did you know that your skin and hair can benefit from these naturally beautiful flowers?


Hair:  Using coconut or jojoba to make your infused oil provides a lightweight, pseudo-penetrating oil that is absorbed by the hair and scalp (great option for Team #finehair). Also known for its calming and anti-inflammatory properties, rose oil can provide relief for scalp irritation and dandruff. Antibacterial properties make it great for fighting fungus and bacteria.

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Skin: There’s a reason many anti-aging products contain rose oil: its chock full of antioxidants that remove impurities and protect against oxidative stress and reduce the appearance of fine lines.

Well-being: If you’re a fan of aromatherapy, roses are definitely a winner for stress reduction and being an all-around mood lifter.

Here are a few more uses for your rose infused oil:

  • Body moisturizer
  • Bath/massage oil
  • Hot oil treatment
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Click here to watch a tutorial on making your own oil.

Now that you have the inside track, how are you planning to incorporate rose oil into your regimen??