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Rosehips are small, bright red berries that are the fruit of the dog rose shrub. While the berry itself has seen historical use throughout wellness traditions, Rosehip oil is currently popular for:

  • Uplifting agent for aromatherapy

  • Instilling feelings of balance and stability

  • Soothing and grounding of mind and spirt

Read more about Rosehip Oil

What is Rosehip?

A small, unassuming orange-red berry, rosehips are the fruit of the flowering deciduous Rosa canina shrub. These berries can be found ripe and ready in the autumn, after first peeking from the pink-white flowers in late spring. A member of the Rosaceae family, this climbing shrub is a relative to the elegant red roses, though the “dog rose” certainly earned its popularity across gardens, cuisines and wellness practices for its own beneficial properties!

Did you know the famous Thousand Year-Old Rose, endlessly climbing the walls of the Hildesheim Cathedral in Germany, is a Rose canina shrub? This dog rose is believed to be the oldest living rose in the world, documented to be around 700 years old. According to some legends, it has been around since 815 when the dioceses of Hildesheim was established; this persevering rose has survived wars, bombings and centuries of environmental influence, yet continues to stay strong with its roots resolutely planted in the earth. Perhaps this is why rosehip oil is loved by aromatherapists for offering a sense of grounding stability!

Rosehip Essential Oil Uses

Cold-pressed from the rosehip seed, rosehip oil emits a very light, yet pleasantly floral aroma, with notes of earthen clay and tea. Inhaling rosehip’s ambient fragrance can offer balance, soothing the chaos of the mind and spirit to instill a stable sense of your feet firmly rooted to the ground. When combined with a carrier oil and applied topically, rosehip oil is treasured as a youthful skin-supporter.

Blending essential oils opens up a world of aromatherapy possibilities! Other oils that complement rosehip’s earthy-floral fragrance include: amber, bergamot, black pepper, calendula, cardamom, carrot root, carrot seed, cypress, galbanum, geranium, helichrysum, jasmine, juniper berry, lavender, lemon, orange, neroli, patchouli, rosemary, sandalwood, sweet fennel seed, tangerine, vetiver, yarrow, and ylang ylang oils.

Piping Rock's pure Rosehip Oil is available in 1/2 oz. & 2 oz. bottles.

Rosehip Oil Directions for Use

Add 3-5 drops of Rosehip Oil to a diffuser or vaporizer, to a bowl of steaming water or a hot bath to fill a room with its very light scent. To use topically, add ~5 drops of Rosehip Oil to ~10 mL of any Piping Rock carrier oil.

Rosehip Oil is for external use only and should be diluted in a carrier oil such as sweet almond, jojoba, grapeseed or avocado oil before being used topically. Do not apply to broken or irritated skin. Always consult your trusted physician before adding any essential oil to your regimen, especially if you are pregnant, nursing or taking any medications. Discontinue use and alert your doctor should an adverse reaction occur. Keep out of reach of children and away from eyes and mouth. Essential oils are flammable.