Geranium Rosat, organic

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100% pure and natural essential oil from certified organic cultivation.

Botanical name: Pelargonium roseum asperum—Pernagonium graveolens

Origin: Egypt

Olfactory: round, sweet, flowery scent

Formats : 30ml – 100ml

Use & Precaution of Use: see below


Description :

Part: sheets

Compositions: Citronnellol (40%), geraniol (6%), linalool

Extraction: complete distillation by steam distillation

The essential oil of geranium rosat is obtained by distillation of flowering plants. With 100 kg of flowering plants, one obtains from 150 to 250 g of essential oil.

The Geranium Rosat is a beautiful hormonal and nervous balance, it helps to regulate the metabolism of sugar (attention, it does not cure diseases such as diabetes). It is often used in anti-cellulite formulas.

It is a good homeostatic, helps oily skin, acne and hair loss. It is often used to beautify the complexion and promote firmness of tissues and skin.

It is also a good immune stimulant, which also has an antifungal, antibacterial and healing properties.

It can also sometimes be useful as a repellent to insects and mites.

For your general well-being, this oil is both relaxing, toning and even aphrodisiac.

Use :

Here are some of the most common uses for this essential oil.

For a day cream: Mix 2% essential oil of Rose Geranium in Coconut vegetable oil (4 drops in 10 ml). Apply this mixture to the face 1 to 2 times a day.

In a dose of shampoo—put 1 drop.

In local application, possibly in association in equal parts with of lavender aspic essential oil, diluted to 5% in vegetable oil (12 drops in total in 10 ml/125 drops of vegetable oil). Apply this mixture on the compress that you will put on a small, clean wound (otherwise consult a professional).

In diffusion: 1 drop on a passive diffuser or 5 drops in a device (15 minutes per day only).

Discover our passive diffusers, beautiful ATA creations, by Line Gros-Louis, an artisan from Wendake. They are porous ceramic lozenges or necklaces that welcome the oils and diffuse them in a natural way. Ideal on a bedside table, a small room, on a desk, etc.

The adapted electric diffusers that are available on the market will be another means of diffusion in your homes.

A new local, plant-based diffuser for your car and a specific diffuser for your health is available on our site!


Th Geranium Rosat essential oil is not recommended for people with dermatitis and allergies, for pregnant or nursing women and children.

It should not be used in prolonged treatment.

Keep out of reach of children, ideally in a dark, cool and dry place.

Wash hands before and after using essential oils.

Never heat the essential oil you are using, otherwise its molecular structure will be altered.

Perform a skin test in the crease of the elbow 24 hours before the first use to check for possible allergies.


For all essential oils:

Essential Oils must be used with great caution and are generally not recommended for hypersensitive people, epileptics, asthmatics, pregnant or breastfeeding women, children under 6 and animals.

—Essential oils are used in small quantities, with caution and generally over short periods of time.

—For diffusions: The diffusers are often using water. Be moderate in the use of essential oils and favor short diffusion times.

Never heat the essential oil you are using, otherwise its molecular structure may be altered.

—In application on the skin: 24 hours before the first use practice a skin test in the fold of the elbow to check a possible allergy.

Oils are not miscible in water—always use an oily base for topical application, especially if you have sensitive skin. For example, in vegetable oil applied to the skin (avoid mucous membranes, which are more sensitive), in shower gel or shampoo, in honey for herbal teas, in plant oils for day creams, etc. Many essential oils are more effective diluted than pure.

—Keep out of reach of children and animals, ideally in a dark, cool and dry place.

—Wash your hands before and after using essential oil.

—In case of ingestion of a small dose ingest vegetable oils (e.g. olive oil, coconut oil) and consult if necessary. For a large dose: seek advice from an emergency doctor or a poison control center.

—Essential oils are sometimes used in cooking, check their conditions of application with people specialized in the field.

—Some essential oils are photosensitive and when applied to the skin one needs to avoid exposure to the sun.

—If there is a contact with the eyes, add immediately some soft vegetable oil (not water) to clean the eye and consult. If the contact is inside the ear canal, consult.

—Although some essential oils have a very long shelf life it’s generally recommended to use an essential oil within a one-year period. This is different for citrus oils as they can go rancid in a shorter period of time. Buy smaller amounts citrus oils and renew them frequently.

Additional information:

For quantities above 500 ml, please contact us by email at:

The use of essential oils for therapeutic purposes is a good alternative when well informed but does not replace diagnosis and medical treatment. It is recommended to seek the advice, diagnosis and recommended treatment of a competent health professional before use, especially for sensitive individuals, pregnant women, children and animals.

The data on this site is representative of common empirical data for use in daily life. The references on our essential oils have been selected with care as to offer simple actionable information through examination of the most recognized information available. More information is available upon request.

Additional information


100ml, 10ml, 2ml., 30ml


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