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Organic rose buds + rose petals infused in jojoba for 8 weeks. This solar infusion is wonderful to use as a massage oil, as a moisturizer for your body after your bath or shower, as a medium to use with your gua sha stone or roller or as a carrier oil to use with essential oils.


Soft and sweet aromatics paired with rose's hydrating and anti inflammatory benefits make this a perfect addition to you winter skin care routine.


Jojoba spreads and absorbs easliy and doesn't leave a greasy residue. To use: Less is better.


For face: 5 - 10 drops in hands + then pat on to face and neck with fingertips. For body: use after a bath or shower. Towel dry and apply 5 - 10 drops per body region and massage into skin.


For bath: start with 20 drops (the jojoba will disperse and float on top of the water). Take a handful of bath water and pour over your body, followed by a swiping stroke over your skin to your arms shoulders, chest, legs, and abdomen for a moisturizing bath experience on its own or with a salt blend. jojoba is pronounced - ho ho ba.


Hand Treatment Idea: use up to 20 drops of this blend to "wash" your hands with the jojoba blend, paying special attention to the skin between knuckles, to cuticles, and back of hands until absorbded. place hands in gloves and wrap in a warm hot pack or rice bag for a soothing winter hand treatment.


Ingredients: USDA organic jojoba infused with organic rose buds + rose petals. Handmade in NYS. No synthetic additives or perservatives.


Recommend using within 1 year of opening


net wt. 1 ounce


These statements have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. For adult use only. If pregnant or breast feeding, please contact your doctor before use.

rose infused jojoba

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  • Store out of direct sunlight and avoid moisture contamination (water in the bottle) and avoid touching the dropper directly on your skin to avoid the introduction of bacteria in your bottle.

    Keep cap or dropper securly fastened.

    Jojoba can start to solidify at 50 degrees fahrenheit. This is a natural process that may happen during the shipping process in the winter months.

    Let the bottle sit out to reliquify at room temperature.

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