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Work With Me Wednesday: Let's Make Rose Infused Oil

Welcome to Work With Me Wednesday. I love it when you tag along with me in the lab. Today, I'm making rose infused oil. Rose is great for dry skin, eczema, mature and sensitive skin. It possesses antiseptic, antiviral, astringent, and antibacterial qualities. Those qualities make rose an effective skin treatment. Watch the video (7:20) and I'll show you how it's done.     Thank you for tagging along to Work With Me Wednesday. Be sure to 'like' and share this video. If this was forwarded to you by a friend, sign up for our newsletter to receive these videos and more direct to your inbox. See you next week.    

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Work With Me Wednesday: Rose Oil for Skin

Welcome back to Work With Me Wednesday. I love it when you tag along with me in the lab. Today, I'm working with rose infused oil. Do you know the herbal powers of rose oil for your skin? Rose has properties to relieve dry skin and eczema irritation. Watch the video below as I share how you can use roses topically, eat them, and drink them to harness their healing powers.      Thank you for tagging along to Work With Me Wednesday. Be sure to 'like' and share this video. If this was forwarded to you by a friend, sign up for our newsletter to receive these videos and more direct to your inbox. See you next week.

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Blending Essential Oils

The lab cam caught me blending essential oils for our Queen of Flowers aroma. A well-balanced aroma works together in harmony. It has good synergy. Essential oils are classified by three notes. These notes help create the harmony, or synergy. Top note - it's light; evaporates quickly (e.g. rose). Middle note - the core, or bulk, of the blend (e.g. jasmine). Base note - it's a richer, heavier scent that evaporates slowly (e.g. ylang ylang). I blend the essential oils in a test tube before adding them to the fatty oil (carrier oil). Next, let the blend sit and mature. When the essential oil blend is ready, I incorporate it into the fatty oil and then into the overall product....

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