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Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

  Latin Name: Cananga odorata Origins: Madagascar Extraction method: Steam Distilled Plant part: Flowers Scent: Warm, sweet floral Color: Pale yellow Middle to base note:  This means it can take a few minutes for you to smell the scent on your skin, but it lasts. If mixing with other oils, you will smell this after […]

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Palmarosa Essential Oil

  Latin Name: Cymbopogon martini Origins: India, Nepal Extraction method: Steam Distilled Plant part: Leaves Scent: Soft, Sweet, Green and Rosy Color: Pale yellow or Olive Middle note:  This means it can take a few minutes for you to smell the scent on your skin, but it lasts. If mixing with other oils, you will […]

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Peppermint Essential Oil

  Latin Name: Mentha x piperita Origins: India, England, USA, China Extraction method: Steam Distilled Plant part: Leaves Scent: Strong fresh grassy mint Color: Pale yellow or greenish-yellow Top note: If using for a room spray/perfume it is best to use with other oils as this oil will evaporate quickly and therefore the smell will […]

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Pink Grapefruit Essential Oil

  Latin Name: Citrus X Paradisi Origins: Israel, USA, South Africa, Brazil, West Indies Extraction method: Cold pressed Plant part: Peel from fruit Scent: Mild sweet and juicy citrus scent Color: Yellow or greenish Top note: If using for a room spray/perfume it is best to use with other oils as this oil will evaporate […]

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Jasmine Absolute

  Latin Name: Jasminum sambac or Jasminum Officinale Origins: India, China, Egypt, France Extraction method: Solvent extraction Plant part: Flowers Scent: Strong, intense floral fruity scent Color: Orange Brown Middle to base note: This means it can take a few minutes for you to smell the scent on your skin, but it lasts. If mixing […]

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Helichrysum Essential Oil

  Latin Name: Helichrysum Italicum Origins: France, Croatia Extraction method: Steam Distilled Plant part: Flowering plant Scent: Warm, sweet, herbal woodsy Color: Light yellow Middle note: This means it can take a few minutes for you to smell the scent on your skin, but it lasts. If mixing with other oils, you will smell this […]

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Geranium Essential Oil

  Latin Name: Pelargonium Asperum/Pelargonium Graveolens Origins: Egypt, China, Madagascar, Reunion Islands. Extraction method: Steam Distilled Plant part: Leaves and sometimes flowers too. Scent: Fresh sweet green scent, herbaceous. Rosy floral. Color: Greenish-olive Middle note: This means it can take a few minutes for you to smell the scent on your skin, but it lasts. […]

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Lemon Essential Oil

  Latin Name: Citrus Limonum/Citrus Limon Origins: USA, Italy Extraction method: Cold pressed Plant part: Peel Scent: Fresh zesty citrus smell Color: Pale green-yellow Top note: If using for a room spray/perfume it is best to use with other oils as this oil will evaporate quickly and therefore the smell will not last. Properties: Antacid, […]

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