Rose Absolute Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week

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Rose Absolute Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week

Rose Absolute Essential OilRose Absolute

  • Latin name: Rosa x centifolia
  • Aroma description: Distinct and unforgettable, the rich floral scent of Rose Absolute is prized around the world.

Therapeutic benefits

  • Calming and soothes emotions and brings calm in the midst of fresh grief.
  • Promotes relaxation before sleep.
  • Reputed to help with the “power surges” suffered by many women going through the normal change of life.
  • Helps with skin imperfections and concerns, and is soothing to dry skin.

Kidsafe?

Yes! This oil is KidSafe.

Dilution instructions:

Use a 1% dilution on the skin of the face and neck. We recommend a maximum dilution of 2.5% for other skin applications.

Diffusion instructions:

Add a few drops to your aromatherapy diffuser to enjoy the balancing and soothing properties of this essential oil.

Where Rose Absolute is used on the body:

Rose Absolute is extremely useful in skin rejuvenation, as it counteracts the visible signs of aging, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and helping smooth skin. Add it to your favorite body cream or lotion for more radiant skin.

Oils to blend with:

Bergamot, Chamomile, Clove Bud, Geranium Egyptian, Helichrysum Italicum, Jasmine Absolute, Lemon, Neroli, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Petitgrain, Sandalwood Australian, Vetiver, and Ylang Ylang Complete.

Field of Roses Wax Melt DIY

DIY rose absolute essential oil perfume

What you’ll need:

What you’ll do:

Melt the Beeswax in a double boiler, then add the Fractionated Coconut Oil and stir to combine. Remove from heat and stir in the Rose Absolute, Bergamot, and Cedarwood Himalayan. Pour into the silicone mold and allow to cool completely. Store in an airtight container. When you’re ready to use, add one or two wax molds to your wax melter and enjoy the beautiful aroma!

Try out Rose Absolute today!

71 thoughts on “Rose Absolute Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week”

  1. I love all florals. Smells amazing when paired with citrus type oils. Like sitting out in a garden during spring

  2. I don’t have a need for wax melts, but I diffused 3 drops Rose, 2 drops Bergamot, and 1 Drop Cedarwood, and it was heavenly!!!

  3. This recipe sounds amazing but I am a little skittish about purchasing the Rose oil. I have never found a product that actually captured the fragrance of roses. Someone mentioned a sampler? How can I get something like that, please? Thank you!

  4. Wondering if one could just put some fractionated coconut oil directly into the wax warmer with a few drops of EO? Maybe add some beeswax beads. Would that work?

    1. That is not something that we have tried before, but if you want to test it out, let us know how it works for you 🙂

  5. I really love the wax melt recipe but talking with other essential oil users they caution that heating up essential oils will cause them to lose their properties. What do you think?

  6. I just got my bottle of rose absolute. This will be the first recipe in my list to make. Along with a facial serum. It’s by far my favorite oil thus far

  7. I know its pricey, but that is not PT’s fault. It is a labor intensive essential oil, well worth the cost. Rose is amazing!

  8. I have a bottle of this. It’s going to take me a long time to get through it. I don’t hate it, but I don’t love it either.

    1. What have you tried blending with it? Perhaps we could suggest some other blends for you to try to make it more enjoyable!

  9. This is one of my favorite oils. I like it by itself mostly, but sometimes I add geranium essential oil and/or cedarwood atlas to make it stretch while adding more notes. Ylang Ylang mixes well. One of my favorite unusual blends is one drop of birch tar for every 10-20 drops of Rose Absolute.

  10. I really like this recipe because it doesn’t require any extra supplies like candle wicks. Thank you for the awesome recipes!!

  11. I have not made max welts before, but the instructions here make it seem a lot simpler than I initially thought. Can’t wait to give it a try! Thank you 🙂 Btw, I absolutely love Rose absolute! One drop smells like 1,000 fresh roses.

  12. I’ve heard that this oil smells wonderful, and have a few DIY recipes I want to try that include this oil!

  13. Oh my, I never thought of wax melts! I bet diffused smells wonderful as well. So many new ideas on this blog…love it

    1. I love the idea of lotion bars with this blend! Let us know how they turn out if you go that route.

  14. Thanks for great information. I’m thinking of getting this for my friend experiencing “power surges” but I’m afraid I’d be tempted to keep it for myself!

  15. This sounds great! I’ve just started making bath bombs as well but noticed the scent dissappeara quickly. Any tips for this? Thanks!

  16. I finally bit the bullet and ordered the 10ml Rose Absolute. I’m excited to try it in some homemade perfumes and solid colognes! Great deal for an oil of this type!

  17. I don’t use a wax melter, but I never thought of combining Rose Absolute with Bergamot and Cedarwood Himalayan in a diffuser. I might add a drop of Patchouli, too. I just now purchased the Rose Absolute. Thanks for the special!

  18. It smells heavenly! I bought rose absolute a month or so a go and am happy to have a new recipe. Thank you Plant Therapy.

  19. What’s another way of saying “power surge”? I’m not quite sure what you’re getting at. Are you talking about …intense temperature changes that women in their 40s and 50s might start experiencing? Thanks!

    1. Fractionated coconut does not have fragrance, where regular does, which for some people, takes away the gorgeous rose fragrance.

  20. Such an amazing oil. Smells like you’re sitting in a garden surrounded by beauty. Thank you for making this an oil of the week.

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