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Organic Love Rose Essential Oil


People are falling in LOVE with our LOVE ROSE organic scent, so we have decided to offer it to you in a 15ml or 30ml essential oil dropper. You may just need one drop under each armpit to kill odor and smell fresh all day, seriously! You may us it as a fragrance as well and listen to all the compliments you will get. You may also use it on your face to heal and rejuvenate.

It is also our #1 most popular organic scent in our extra strength magnesium enriched deodorant. You may ask why? Why does it work so well naturally?
It is a romantic and uplifting combination of Sandalwood, Rose and Neroli essential oils. This calming yet aphrodisiacal blend will embrace you with its exotic floral bouquet and, has been described by our customers as a soft, spa type scent laced with roses, quite enticing!

  • Helps keep armpits fresh.
  • Wear as a fragrance, adding a drop to your wrists, behind the ears or other points on the body.
  • Adding aromatherapy oils to your bath is an easy way to utilize their many benefits. Just add a few drops to your bathwater and agitate the water to disperse the oils before stepping into the tub.
  • Diffusers are also popular for aromatherapy. There are many types available and can be something as simple as a candle, dish, or electric.

Use just one to two drops as needed on skin. Discontinue if irritation occurs. 

organic essential oil blend of rose, neroli, sandalwood

It takes two thousand roses to produce one ounce of it’s prized essential oil. Since rose scent is strong and its essence is costly, rose oil is ideally suited for blend applications. In fact, from it’s perennial place in mixed flower bouquets to its ubiquitous presence in perfumes, cosmetics and personal care products, rose has been blended with scents and natural ingredients for centuries!
Neroli essential oil is extracted from the soft, white blossoms of the Bitter Orange tree which are usually gathered by hand between April and May. It takes approximately 1000 pounds of Bitter Orange blossoms to make just one pound of Neroli oil. The tree is native to eastern Africa and tropical Asia but is now grown throughout the Mediterranean region as well as California and Florida. Neroli is one of the most widely used floral oils in perfumery, the aroma is sweet and ultra-feminine and blends well with most other oils.
Sandalwood Santalum album, or Indian sandalwood, is a small tropical tree, and is the most commonly known source of sandalwood. It is native to India, Indonesia, and the Malay Archipelago. Certain cultures place great significance on its fragrant and medicinal qualities. It is also considered sacred in some religions and is used in different religious traditions. The high value of the species has caused its past exploitation, to the point where the wild population is vulnerable to extinction. Indian sandalwood still commands high prices for its essential oil, but due to lack of sizable trees it is no longer used for fine woodworking as before. This class (or, genre) is heavy, yellow, fine-grained, and unlike most other aromatic wood, the fragrance is retained for decades hence, Sandalwood oil may slowly be extracted for use. Both the wood and the oil produce a distinctive fragrance that has been highly valued for centuries.

First time using natural deodorant?

There is a transitional detox phase for natural deodorant that varies for each person. Using our pit detox paste will help you transition faster and allow our natural armpit care work the best.

Organic Love Rose Essential Oil


Steps for transitioning to natural deodorant.

  • What to expect when switching

    If you are new to natural deodorant, you can expect a transitional detox phase. Expect your pores to open and purge the build up of toxins and bacteria.

    Do not get turned off if you may smell a little worse in the beginning when switching to natural and detoxing your pits. Every person will take from 3 days for up to 3 months. It can take up to 3 months to fully get rid of everything; however, when you do, you can expect

    Less odor – sometimes even when not wearing a natural product.

    Less irritation and perspiration after using natural deodorants.

    No more product build-up in your armpits.

    Improved lymphatic function and a reduction in illness.

    Follow the steps below to get the best results with your armpit care journey. Everything Bare Pits offers is cruelty free and aluminum, alcohol, fragrance, and baking soda free (made for sensitive skin)

  • Step 1

    When switching to natural deodorant, the first step is to DETOX those pits. It's important to let open your pores and remove the build up toxins and bacteria. Use Bare Pits weekly armpit detox paste for the first few weeks about 3 times a week, and then use as armpit maintenance weekly.

    A great advantage to doing an armpit detox, besides that it helps speed up the natural deodorant adjustment period, is that it helps pull some of these toxins and chemicals out of the skin and tissue of the armpits. This can be especially helpful after years of conventional deodorant use.

  • Step 2

    Part of armpit care is to cleanse your pits the same way you do your face weekly. Using Bare Pits organic armpit cleansing spray will help remove the bacteria causing odor and provide nourishment to your skin from the antioxidants. This helps natural deodorant work its best.

  • Step 3

    Step 3 is to use Bare Pits magnesium deodorant stick or jar or our organic magnesium deodorant spray daily. Both have clays to detox and absorb moisture daily. Its great to use Bare Pits miracle African soap in the shower to wash any bacteria off from sweat.

  • Step 4

    Exfoliating your armpits is the best way to incorporate keeping your skin silky smooth and odor free. Bare Pits Mono'i de Tahiti Infused Tiare Exfoliating Turmeric Neem Deep Cleansing is packed with healing ingredients and minerals to exfoliate dead skin, rebalance PH, and keep your skin smooth and smelling like paradise! This can be done 3-4 times a week.