The sedative effects that come with Rosewood oil make it a fantastic topical agent. It is gentle enough to dilute and use on all skin types without drying out our skin, causing irritation, itching or breakouts. You can mix it with your favourite carrier oil and use it as a massage treatment, or you can dab it on your wrists to keep you calm throughout the day.
Rosewood oil can be found in cosmetics to strengthen and regenerate the skin. It is generally used to treat tired skin, wrinkles, acne and dark spots as well as to reduce scars. Similarly, this is also found to be effective for treating dandruff, eczema, and hair loss.
KEY FEATURES FOR SKIN
🔶 Can be used on all skin types including dry and oily skin without any negative side effects. The oil acts as a moisturizer and is best suited for daily skin care routines.
🔶 Rosewood oil also contains chemical components that feature tissue-regenerating properties which stimulate production of new cells, therefore result in more youthful looking skin.
🔶 Among the oils used in cosmetics, Rosewood is the one that has more properties such as regenerating skin cell and restorative.
🔶 It is an ideal moisturizer for dry and sensitive skins, as well as for the mature. It increases skin elasticity, moderates sebum production and reduces wrinkles.
KEY FEATURES FOR HAIR
🔶 By adding this oil to your shampoo and conditioner to eliminate hair loss and promoting hair growth and healthy scalp.
🔶 Soothes scalp and fights dandruff.
🔶 Nourishes and strengthens hair follicles.
KEY FEATURES FOR OTHERS
🔶 Used as aromatherapy to initiate feelings of calm and relaxation and promote better sleep. Just add a few drops of rosewood essential oil to a burner, diffuser or vaporizer before going to bed or doing meditation.
🔶 Topically usage to reduce pain symptoms caused by headaches, toothaches and achy muscles. This oil also contains anti-inflammatory properties that help to alleviate swelling that can cause pain and discomfort.
🔶 Its antibacterial and antiseptic qualities helps to prevent bug bites and treat existing ones. The camphorous scent of this oil wards off a variety of insects including mosquitoes. You may use Rosewood oil to make your own insect repellent without harsh.
🔶 Treats insect bites by relieving itching. Rosewood oil is the first sorted remedy for insect bites. Linalool, the primary compound in this oil, exhibits notable antiseptic property which helps healing faster.
🔶 The antibacterial properties of this oil make it particularly useful for eliminating odors in your home and gently cleanse bacteria particles in the air, making it an all natural room freshener by adding a few drops of rosewood to your diffuser.
- Botanical Name: Aniba Rosaeodora
- CAS : 8015-77-8
- Composition: 100% Pure Rosewood Essential Oil
- Origin: Canada
- Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
- Plant Part: Wood
- Color: Colorless to pale yellow liquid
- Consistency: Thin