Rosalina Oil

Rosalina Oil is extracted from the leaves and terminal branches of the Melaleuca Ericifolia tree which is native to Flinders Island, Tasmania. Rosalina oil is extracted through steam distillation of the fresh leaves and twigs of the plant. Steam is used to release the essential oil from the plant material, which is then condensed and collected. The extraction process requires careful control of temperature and pressure to ensure the oil is not damaged or degraded.

Bulk Rosalina Oil at Wholesale Pricing

Sustainable Botanicals International is a reputable bulk supplier of high-quality Rosalina Oil. We source our Rosalina Oil from sustainable and ethical sources and use environmentally responsible extraction methods. As a bulk supplier, SBI offers competitive pricing for Rosalina Oil and can supply large quantities to businesses and manufacturers. Our commitment to sustainability and quality ensures that customers can trust the purity and efficacy of their Rosalina Oil.

Chemical Components of Rosalina Oil

Linalool: It is a terpene alcohol that has a floral aroma and is known for its calming properties.

1,8-Cineole: Also known as eucalyptol, it has a fresh and camphorous scent and is known for its anti-inflammatory and expectorant properties.

alpha-Terpineol: It has a floral and fruity aroma and is known for its sedative and antibacterial properties.

alpha-Pinene: It has a fresh and woody aroma and is known for its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties.

Limonene: It has a citrusy aroma and is known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.

Key Features and Benefits of Rosalina Oil

Calming Properties: Rosalina Essential Oil is known for its calming and soothing properties, making it useful for promoting relaxation and reducing stress and anxiety.

Respiratory Support: With its antiseptic and expectorant properties, Rosalina Oil can effectively treat respiratory conditions, including colds, flu and sinus infections.

Immune Support: The oil contains compounds that can stimulate the immune system, helping to fight off infections and diseases.

Aromatherapy: Rosalina oil’s fresh and woody aroma has a pleasing effect, making it a favored option for aromatherapy to enhance mood and induce relaxation.

Rosalina Oil Blends well with

Lavender Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Lemon Oil, Tea Tree Oil, Peppermint Oil, Rosemary Oil, Cedarwood Oil and Geranium Oil

Common Uses:

  • Skincare
  • Haircare
  • Aromatherapy

Botanical Name Melaleuca ericifolia
CAS Number 2097602-94-1
INCI Name Melaleuca ericifolia Oil
Origin Flinders Island, Tasmania
Plant Part Flower
Extraction Method Steam Distilled
Aroma Floral, Herbaceous
Storage Keep in a cool, dark and dry place
Shelf Life 3 years

Q. Is Rosalina Oil safe to use in cosmetics?

Yes, Rosalina Oil is generally considered safe to use in cosmetics when used in appropriate concentrations.

Q. What is the recommended usage rate for Rosalina Oil in cosmetics?

The recommended usage rate for Rosalina Oil in cosmetics is generally between 0.1% and 5%, depending on the application and desired effect.

Q. What is the recommended storage condition for Rosalina Oil?

Rosalina Oil should be stored in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight and heat sources. It should be kept in an airtight container to prevent oxidation and degradation of the oil.

Q. What is the lead time for bulk purchase of Rosalina Oil?

The lead time for bulk purchase can vary depending on the supplier’s stock levels and shipping method. It is best to contact the supplier directly to inquire about their lead time.