Making oil with Rosehip

When a rose loses its petals all, what is left is what is known as rose hips . Rose hips are rich in vitamin C and edible, but most people use the rose hips to make rose oil. It is believed that oil rose hips help with scarring (acne, surgical), burns, dry and damaged skin to reduce the size and depth of wrinkles, though there is no scientific evidence to support these claims. Ask rose oil rosehip is easy. Use the oil on the weekend, as it is a process that takes all day.



Clean your roses by removing dirt, debris or stems. It is not necessary to wash rosehips, simply remove the garbage rose. You can pick the roses from your own garden or buy them at specialty stores. This recipe can be used fresh or dried musk roses.

Making oil with Rosehip

Prepare your pot and turn on your low-temperature cooking. Placing your cooker high temperature can burn the roses, leaving you with a mess and a product that is not usable.

Place your roses in the slow cooker and pour two cups of almond oil. Mix well with wooden spoon. You can find almond oil in most health food stores. If for some reason you can not find almond oil, you can use vegetable oil or olive oil instead.

Replace the lid on the pot and cook for eight hours. Stir with wooden spoon once every hour during the first five hours, and then once every 30 minutes thereafter. You can crush the roses with the wooden spoon to help break them.

Turn off the heat from the pot and place the measuring cup in the sink. Place the glass in the sink easier to clean if a spill.

Fold the cheesecloth in half and spread it on the part superior of the mug to medir.La cheesecloth can be purchased in grocery stores and health food stores and craft shops. If you can not find it, try a gauze.

Pour mixture over cheesecloth and measuring cup. The cheesecloth will help you draw any solid piece of material then all that remains is the oil. Remember that the oil is hot enough, and you must be careful not to burn.