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Gently heat the coconut oil in a microwave until melted.
Pour the coconut oil onto a baking tray, ensuring that the whole tray is covered.
Leave to cool and solidify, this shouldn't take long but be sure to keep an eye on it so that it remains soft enough to press your petals into it.
Place the rose petals all over the tray and press them firmly into the oil.
Place a second baking tray on top of the first one, and push down firmly.
Wrapping the trays tightly with plastic wrap, will help to trap the fragrance within. Then set aside.
After approximately 24hrs remove the cling film, open the trays, and remove the petals. Replace the petals with some nice fresh smelling ones, place the baking tray back on, and re-wrap with the cling film. Repeating this process 3-4 times over several days.
Now it's time to remove your final petals. By now your oil should be smelling really good.
Scrape your oil off of the tray and into a container. It is now ready to use.