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Geranium Rose Essential Oil (5 Milliliter Oil)

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Simplers Botanical Company Geranium Rose Essential Oil (5 Milliliter Oil)

  • Form: Oil

  • Number Of Servings: 0 Servings

  • Weight: 2 OZ

Product Label

    Earthy, floral, rose-like aroma with uplifting, balancing and normalizing properties. Can be used in bath, compress, diffuser, massage oil, skincare and perfume blends. 100% pure therapeutic grade. Dilute properly. Please consult a health care practioner before use if you are pregnant or have any serious medical conditions.

Directions
Dilute properly before application.

Warning
Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes.

  • Does not contain
    Parabens, synthetic or animal ingredients., GEIs, gluten

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    Read about this product, on the internet, as a natural flea, tick, and mosquito repellent.
    Adam B on Mar 23, 2016
    Using in a sore throat rub recipe
    ROBERT H on Sep 8, 2015
    Supposed to be a good tick deterrent for dogs.
    Patty B on Mar 22, 2016
    Referred by a friend.
    Teng Tai H on Aug 11, 2015
    I was told this oil is good to use on pets as a tick repellant. Do I need to dilute it if I use it on my pet?
    A Vitamin Shoppe customer on Apr 14, 2014
    Best Answer: I have read in a few reputable places that geranium rose e.o. is a repellant for ticks and fleas. I went to an e.o. workshop where the expert was saying that a carrier oil should be used.One advantage of carrier oils is that they do not evaporate like essential oils that tend to evaporate quicker when applied neat. Carrier oils actually aid in absorption. Just take a bit of an oil you have on hand, coconut, olive, or almond oil..a bit in the palm of your hand then add 2-3 drops of the geranium rose e.o. and massage into your pet skin. Although a spray bottle method might be more convenient. I've heard of something called fractionated oil, and I think this can be used in a spray bottle with out clogging up.

    Best of luck!
    Reply · Report · Noreen M on Apr 15, 2014
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    It says to dilute as instructed. How and with what is product to be diluted?
    Dale T on Jul 5, 2013
    Best Answer: I use almond oil. But you can use avocado, coconut, grape seed, etc....or one of the number of blends available. Approx 4 -5 drops of oil per tablespoon of oil.
    Reply · Report · Rene M on Jul 6, 2013
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    I am looking for an oil that reduces wrinkles and fine lines. I heard rose oil does it. But I don't know which onetime buy?
    rose c on Aug 15, 2013
    Best Answer: This is a geranium oil, not a rose oil. You would not get the same results from a geranium oil, so don't be confused because the word rose is in the name.
    Reply · Report · Rebecca D on Sep 5, 2013
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