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Rose Otto in Jojoba (2.5%) 9mL
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Q. Where does Rose Otto come from and what is the method of extraction?
Rose Otto, Rosa damascena, is grown in Europe and Australia. This precious oil is steam distilled from solid fat as a result of enfluerage to produce a sweet floral aroma.
Q. Is Rose Otto safe to use for infants?
Yes, 1 drop of Rose Otto may be vaporised well away from the cot after 3 months.
Q. Is Rose Otto safe to use during pregnancy?
It's not recommended to use Rose Otto for during pregnancy, however there are many essential oils that are safe to use during pregnancy, you can see the full list here.
Q. Is Rose Otto safe to use on my skin?
Yes, Rose Otto may be massaged onto the skin or added to the bath once diluted in carrier oil. To create a massage blend add 6 drops of Rose Otto into 12ml of massage base oil.
TonerI use Rose Otto in a spray bottle as a toner - the smell is heaven and always makes me feel great|
Very comfortingI use this oil often in my vaporiser at home and is a favourite among my collection. To me it is a true 'rose' scent and can't fault this product. Is beautiful with geranium and bergamot.|
Radiant roseWhen I sniffed my bottle of In Essence Rose Otto in Jojoba, it had a lovely floral scent with a subtle woody undertone. The scent reminded me more of geranium oil than rose, but it was still beautiful. My favourite way of using In Essence Rose Otto in Jojoba was to dab a few drops of it onto the pulse points on my wrists and inhale the scent.
Before I joined beautyheaven, I never would have considered vaporising jojoba oil that had been infused with an essential oil. A few BH members have been doing so with great success, so I've tried vaporising all of the In Essence jojoba-based essential oils. Some of them have worked in my vaporiser more than others, but the In Essence Rose Otto in Jojoba was disappointing. Throughout the vaporising process, I never smelled a thing, even if I held my nose close to the vaporiser.|
The Real DealI love that this is real rose oil - no artificial fragrance here. It's mixed into a jojoba oil because real rose oil is v e r y expensive and it works beautifully with natural jojoba oil. So this is a very affordable way of getting some natural real rose oil. I love this scent - it actually smells just like pure roses. I like to use it on it's own in my oil diffuser or mixed with a few other In Essence natural oils. If you love a real rose scent you'd LOVE this!!|