Why We Love Rosalina!
If you haven’t already heard of Rosalina Essential Oil, you’re in for a treat! This newcomer to the world of essential oils and aromatherapy is already making waves as a superstar.
Known as Lavender Tea Tree, ‘Rosalina’ (Melaleuca ericifolia) is part of the Myrtaceae family. Originally known as swamp paperbark, this amazing plant is native to Australia and grows especially in coastal regions where it is able to withstand permanently wet soil, salty conditions, and shade. Rosalina has relaxing, healing, and stimulating properties with it which makes for a great addition to every home medicine cabinet.
Rosalina Essential Oil is a great alternative to medication for when you’re feeling sick or just want to relax. It combines many of the same properties of both Tea Tree and Lavender. It is antiviral and antifungal, and it has powerful antibacterial properties that make it great in aiding the respiratory system against congestion, allergies, and breathing difficulties. Rosalina also has antimicrobial properties that are great for treating acne. It has many of the same properties as Eucalyptus oil, yet it is gentler and safer. A favorite kid-safe choice for respiratory congestion that’s common with seasonal pollen threats or wintertime illness. If you’re looking for a way to treat your symptoms without reaching for prescription medicines, try using Rosalina instead!
A MODERN PERFUME INGREDIENT
We love incorporating Rosalina into our solid perfumes. When used in solid perfumes, Rosalina can impart a range of benefits that make it a popular choice for many people. The delicate and refreshing scent of Rosalina, combined with its antibacterial and skin-nourishing properties, make it a great choice for use in solid perfumes. It can help to create a fragrance that is both calming and uplifting, while also promoting skin health and wellness.
HOW WE USE IT
When you’re feeling blue, Rosalina might be the scent for you. It smells freshly camphoraceous, fruity and floral. Because of its gentle and soothing nature, it can be diffused at night to calm restless youngsters suffering with colds, flu, and upper-respiratory infections. Rosalina blends well with citrus essential oils, particularly citrus, floral, wood, and herbaceous oils.
Also blends well with Citronella, Cypress, Fir Needle, Geranium, Pink Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Palmarosa, Hemlock Spruce, and Tea Tree. It is lovely with Kunzea and Eucalyptus.