Rose Oil (Infused)

The end of the year is approaching and I am actually looking forward to 2014. I am going to start doing more how to tutorials and start showing you other fun projects. My passion will always be cooking but I like to do other things as well.   Lately I have been enjoying infusing oils with lots of herbs and rose oil has to be my favorite.

Lets get started…

Rose Oil (Infused) When I am not making potpourri I like to infuse my oils with roses. I like to dry the roses out crush them and then cover them over the oil. The oil is ready in 4 weeks but I like to let mine infused for 8 weeks.

Rose Oil (Infused) Rose Oil (Infused)

Rose Oil (Infused) Fill the jar half way with rose petals then add your oil over the petals. Make sure your petals are crushed and use a very good carrier oil (I used olive). I use a few drops of rose essential oil to give it a lovely aroma. Once the oil is done strain the oil from the petals and store.

Rose Oil (Infused) Rose Oil (Infused)

There are many uses for your rose oil.  You can use it in soaps, sugar scrubs, body butters and lip balm.


  1. says

    I love all these homemade scrubs and oils you make Shundara! I can imagine how wonderful this rose oil smells :) This would make such a wonderful holiday gift too :)

  2. says

    Whoa, this is such a great idea! I’d have never thought to make this myself. My grandmother LOVES the scent of roses so this would be perfect for her birthday!

    • Shundara@Savynaturalista says

      I think your grandma would definitely enjoy it as a gift! :) With your good cooking she is going to have a blast..

  3. says

    What a brilliant way to use the dried rose petals…I bet they smell wonderful with other flowers and/or herbs! I would like to have a rose oil lip balm – smells lovely! Hope you had a wonderful holidays! Wishing you a Happy New Year, Shundara!

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