Essential Oils

    Essential oils are the volatile oils extracted from plant materials. Essential oils can be extracted via different methods, however, steam distillation is the primary method. Essential oil prices are almost as volatile as the oil! Please check back often to find current product listing and pricing.

    Please note that some essential oils can not be shipped by air, so please check with us before ordering if your order needs to travel by air.

    Discount Information: All essential oils in 16 fl oz sizes will receive a discount when ordered in 10 or more quantity. You can mix or match within the essential oil, fragrance oil and flavor oil sections to make up the 10 bottles. The 80 fl oz size will not count in this discount, so please order in all items in the 16 fl oz size to get this discount. All will automatically discount in the online ordering system.

    Check the Fragrance Calculator for recommended usage rates.


    Amazing Dozen Free Shipping


    New changes to our system show the Free Shipping if this product is ordered as follows. This offer is changing from a Sampler 7 to the Amazing Dozen. So many of you are asking for more than 7 because you can't limit yourself to just 7. Well, now you can get 12 instead, and you are still welcome to order 3 or 4 of these each day.

    We are often asked to make a fragrance sampler kit for our customers. We then ask ourselves, what fragrance samples would we include? How could we make all the items we want as samples available? Would our customers need to wait while we cycle through the whole catalog of 1 oz bottles?

    Well, we came up with a solution. The Amazing Dozen! Here is how this product will work. Place this Amazing Dozen kit in your shopping cart then add 12 one fluid ounce bottles of Fragrance Oils, Essential Oils, Extracts or Flavor Oils of your choice to the cart. There can only be 13 items in your cart (1 shipping offer and 12 one-ounce bottles = 13 items), no less and no more. Each of the 12 one-ounce bottles will have the number 2 as the last number in their product codes.

    Submit the order through the online ordering choosing Priority Mail. You should see FREE shipping if you are in the USA . We are sorry, but costs to ship to Canada have increased to the point that we can no longer make this offer to destinations in Canada. Crossing the border is a good option for Canadian customers. The online ordering will now offer $ 0.00 for standard shipping. Please add this offer to your cart, then proof that each item ends in a 2 and there are 12 bottles in your cart.

    Do not order this item with any other item in the catalog. If you do, the online ordering does not recognize this as an Amazing Dozen offer and adds shipping. You can order as many of these Amazing Dozen kits as you desire as long as each item you place in the cart is 1 fl oz in size, there are 12 bottles of Fragrance, Essential, Flavor or Extract oils AND ONLY ONE FREE SHIPPING OFFER is ordered per online submission. This means if you want two Amazing Dozen kits, you will place two orders. The price of each kit is determined by what YOU put on the order. We are sorry but the Free Gifts and Teas are not available with this Amazing Dozen offer.

    If you have always wanted a sampler kit from MMS now is your time to choose your own samples!

    Photo Note: The box in this photo has been retired. We will pack your order in a cube box with each item securely packaged to arrive to you safely.


    5 mL Aromatherapy Bottle Set


    A beautiful bottle for aromatherapy! This bottle belongs in a collection of bottles each offering an orifice reducer right inside the cap. Simply twist the cap on to the bottle and when the cap is removed, the tamper evidency ring will come apart from the cap, the orifice reducer will remain fitted into the bottle and you are ready to dispense the needed amount of essential oils.

    This collection has 5 mL, 10 mL, 15 ml, and 30 mL sizes. All glass bottles are amber brown in color.

    Enjoy!



    10 mL Aromatherapy Bottle Set


    A beautiful bottle for aromatherapy! This bottle belongs in a collection of bottles each offering an orifice reducer right inside the cap. Simply twist the cap on to the bottle and when the cap is removed, the tamper evidency ring will come apart from the cap, the orifice reducer will remain fitted into the bottle and you are ready to dispense the needed amount of essential oils.

    This collection has 5 mL, 10 mL, 15 ml, and 30 mL sizes. All glass bottles are amber brown in color.

    Enjoy!



    15 mL Aromatherapy Bottle Set


    A beautiful bottle for aromatherapy! This bottle belongs in a collection of bottles each offering an orifice reducer right inside the cap. Simply twist the cap on to the bottle and when the cap is removed, the tamper evidency ring will come apart from the cap, the orifice reducer will remain fitted into the bottle and you are ready to dispense the needed amount of essential oils.

    This collection has 5 mL, 10 mL, 15 ml, and 30 mL sizes. All glass bottles are amber brown in color.

    Enjoy!



    30 mL Aromatherapy Bottle Set


    A beautiful bottle for aromatherapy! This bottle belongs in a collection of bottles each offering an orifice reducer right inside the cap. Simply twist the cap on to the bottle and when the cap is removed, the tamper evidency ring will come apart from the cap, the orifice reducer will remain fitted into the bottle and you are ready to dispense the needed amount of essential oils.

    This collection has 5 mL, 10 mL, 15 ml, and 30 mL sizes. All glass bottles are amber brown in color.

    Enjoy!



    Amyris Essential Oil

    INCI: Amyris Balsamifera Bark Oil

    Once known as West Indian Sandalwood, it is steam distilled from the wood of Amyris Balsamifera. Amyris essential oil is somewhat viscous, offering a warm-woody bottom note. Blends well with lavandin, citronella and cedarwood.

    If you find the warm, base note appealing in a lip balm or lip stick, this essential oil is FCC classified. FCC is Food Chemical Codex. We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.






    Balsam Peru Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Myroxylon Pereirae (Balsam Peru) Oil

    Balsam Peru ranks on our Top 10 list hands down. Earthy, exotic and lingering all describe this woodsy-vanilla like scent. With just a little added to your lotions, creams and body sprays you will be in touch with your sensual side in no time! This is Professor Trelawney's favorite.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.






    Basil Essential Oil

    INCI: Ocimum Basilicum (Basil) Oil

    Basil oil, an unusual essential oil with an herbaceous, minty and spicy scent. This oil is organic and ready for scenting your favorite soaps. This oil blends well with other oils like lavender and mint. Don't let our ideas stop you, try it with orange and your other favorites.

    Color is pale yellow.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.





    Bergamot Essential Oil

    Recipes
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil

    Bergamot is an aristocrat in the citrus family. Fresh citrus combined with some fresh, fruity appeal. Definitely more exotic than your average citrus oils!

    Blends well with sandalwood, ylang ylang, jasmine and cedarwood.

    Cold pressed.

    Bergamot prices are very high right now. We have secured a small shipment to help tide over our customers. We are hoping for better pricing late in the summer. As soon as we can reduce the price of this essential oil we will.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.






    Black Pepper Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI: Piper Nigrum (Black Pepper) Fruit Oil

    Black pepper has a dry woody odor with a warm and spicy scent. Blends well with Frankincense, Myrrh, Sandalwood, Lavender, Rosemary, Bergamot, Lemon, Lemongrass, and more. Think of grinding fresh pepper, not to the point you sneeze, the fresh, warm aroma is similar to this oil.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.






    Bourbon Geranium Essential Oil

    Recipes
    IFRA
    INCI = Pelargonium Graveolens Flower Oil

    Bourbon Geranium is "top notch" in the world of rose geranium essentials. Treat yourself to this unique, uplifting rose-like aroma. A great addition to your Gardener's Hand Salves. It blends well with ylang, ylang, lavender, and just about anything in the citrus family. This geranium is awesome as a stand-alone fragrance as well.






    Carrot Seed Essential Oil

    INCI: Daucus Carota Sativa (carrot) Seed Oil

    Carrot seed oil is a yellowish essential oil. The odor is really pleasant. I think this oil is best used in moderation where skin is needing some tender, loving care. When you need a little care for aging, irritated or angry skin this will be a good oil to use.

    Want to use this oil in lip balms? You can! The oil is FCC and OK for use in your lip balms. Just like other essential oils, please keep the usage rate low.

    Enjoy!






    Cedarwood Virginia Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Juniperus Virginiana Oil

    A woodsy, balsamic and most earthy blend with just a touch of sweetness. Blend this one with grapefruit and sweet orange for an invigorating blend that has incredible holding power. If this blend sounds like a winner to you contact Steph for her "French Green Clay" Soap recipe. She claims it's an old family secret. We aren't buying it. You might have to twist her arm a little but, she's pretty easy to finagle most of the time. Maybe if enough people bug her she'll post it on the web site. Hint, Hint!

    Steam distilled.







    Chinese Star Anise Essential Oil

    INCI: Illicium Verum (Anise) Oil

    Chinese star anise is back in our catalog after a long hiatus. Hunters, licorice lovers, herbalists and tea enthusiasts all seek out the smell of anise. Even people who love to fish use anise.

    Fishing and hunting soaps are made with approximately 2% anise oil as the scent. We know you will enjoy the return of this product to our catalog.

    Lip Balm Use
    Use 0.3 to 1.5% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    Please note that at cooler room temperatures this oil can solidify. If the bottle appears to contain white crystals then place the bottle in your pocket, or another warm place, for a few hours. The crystals will then melt and you can work with a fluid oil.






    Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Cinnamomum Cassia Leaf Oil

    Cinnamon is a better potpourri scent than a soap scent. The strong nature of cinnamon can be an irritant to the skin, so place your potpourri everywhere and scent your soap with something else. Cinnamon can also accelerate the trace of soap, in case you wondered. When blending with cinnamon we recommend clove, litsea cubeba and orange.

    When used in lip balms this flavor is fun but it should also be used lightly! When getting this much bang for your buck you have to appreciate the flavors and essential oils that are a bit stronger than the average. I don't know about you, but I think getting more scent out of less oil use means a real cost savings! We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.







    Citronella Essential Oil

    INCI = Cymbopogon Nardus (Citronella) Oil

    "You've come a long way, baby!" Citronella has moved well beyond insects and fleas. Its lemony, uplifting aroma makes citronella the ideal choice when blending that perfect outdoorsy scent. Some of our favorites for blending are sandalwood, patchouly, lemon, tangerine, and others. Try your hand at blending this versatile scent.

    This product is used as an active ingredient in insect repellents. See the EPA website for more details. http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/health/mosquitoes/ai_insectrp.htm






    Clary Sage Essential Oil

    INCI: Salvia Sclarea (Clary) Oil

    Clary Sage is an herbaceous essential oil and often used for its calming notes. A mellower sage than Dalmation, and certainly much softer in the overall throw of scent. If you like herbaceous scents (rosemary, eucalyptus, lavender, geranium) then you will certainly love this scent too. Great for pairing with other essential oils, and wonderful in soaps and hair care products.






    Clementine Essential Oil

    INCI: Citrus Clementina Peel Oil

    The winter season always brings fresh clementines to the market. This oil smells like a fresh peeled clementine. Zippy, fresh, juicy, clean and clear. I find this citrus oil to be so comforting it almost seems too hard to describe.






    Clove Leaf Essential Oil

    Recipes
    INCI = Eugenia Caryophyllus (Clove) Leaf Oil

    Clove leaf is notorious for its holiday appeal. Spice cookies, wassail and a roaring fire are what this scent is all about. Clove can be an irritant to the skin so we recommend you use it in your holiday potpourri, or as an air freshener. Orange and clove are a great blend for room sprays.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.







    Coriander Seed Essential Oil

    IFRA
    INCI: Coriandrum Sativum (Coriander) Fruit Oil

    A herb with a long history of use, the seeds were found in the ancient Egyptian tomb of Rameses II. This pale yellow liquid has a sweet, woody, spicy slightly musky aroma. Blends well with clary sage, bergamot, jasmine, citronella, cinnamon and other spice oils. This item is FCC and can be used in lip balms. We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% added. Increase, or decrease, use with future batches as desired.






    Eucalyptus Citriodora Essential Oil
    Lemon Eucalyptus

    INCI: Eucalyptus Citriodora Oil

    Lemon eucalyptus has been used in aromatherapy and personal care products for a long time. There are many species of eucalyptus and we now offer two, regular and lemon. If you have held eucalyptus from your collection of scents you should reconsider. Lemon eucalyptus has a clean scent and it is not as medicinal as regular eucalyptus. You may have seen this oil listed as Eucaluptus Citriadora, but I can assure you the correct spelling is citriodora. Enjoy!

    This product is used as an active ingredient in insect repellents. See the EPA website for more details. http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/health/mosquitoes/ai_insectrp.htm






    Eucalyptus Essential Oil

    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil

    Koalas love eucalyptus and so can you! It does have a medicinal smell, but imparts a warming sensation when applied to the skin. We recommend a tiny bit blended with spearmint for an awesome foot cream. Remember that a little goes a long way! Also blends well with lavender and lemongrass.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.







    Ginger Essential Oil

    Ginger. I adore ginger. I put in my fabulous molasses cookies, drink it in my soda and add little disks to soups and stir fry for an exotic flair. This warm and comforting scent is now available in an essential oil!

    Ginger is considered the "hottest" of the sweet spices, so use lightly. It is warm, woody and musky in aroma. In blends or by itself, it adds an intriguing and seductive aroma to your soaps, lotions, creams and more! We found Ginger Essential Oil blends well with Cinnamon, Clove, Lemon and even Lavender! I would even consider it with Spearmint. If you make your own blends and are looking for something to add depth and character, Ginger is here! Three cheers for Ginger Essential Oil!

    If you have tried Ginger before we want you to know we have tested several different types of this essential oil. Not all smell great. We found some to smell down right skunky. We think our work in finding a good essential oil will pay off for all the items where you desire Ginger Essential Oil.

    If you find the warm, spicy aroma of Ginger appealing in a lip balm or lip stick, this essential oil is FCC classified. FCC is Food Chemical Codex. We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.





    Grapefruit Essential Oil, Pink

    INCI = Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil

    Refreshment at its finest! If you are PINK Grapefruits. The pink fruit version is slightly sweeter than the white fruit version. Enjoy!

    Body Use
    Use this tangy and clean scent in blends that include lavender, geranium, and ylang ylang. Due to the potential for photosensitivity never use a citrus oil on the body in an undiluted form.

    Oil is cold pressed.

    Lip Balm Use
    We find grapefruit is a superior lip balm flavor. The flavor of grapefruit blends well with vanilla for a smooth twist. Try this fruity lip smackin' delight today!

    Use 0.3 to 1.5% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette. We generally like about 2 to 2.5 mL.






    Grapefruit Essential Oil, White

    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil

    Refreshment at its finest! If you are White Grapefruits. The white fruit version is zippier and crisper vs the pink fruit version. Enjoy!

    Body Use
    Use this tangy and clean scent in blends that include lavender, geranium, and ylang ylang. Due to the potential for photosensitivity never use a citrus oil on the body in an undiluted form.

    Lip Balm Use
    We find grapefruit is a superior lip balm flavor. The flavor of grapefruit blends well with vanilla for a smooth twist. Try this fruity lip smackin' delight today!

    Use 0.3 to 1.5% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette. We generally like about 2 to 2.5 mL.







    Helichrysum Essential Oil

    Recipes
    IFRA
    INCI: Helichrysum Angustifolium Flower Oil

    Helichrysum is known as immortelle or everlasting. The funny thing about that is Immortelle is a different species, namely Helichrysum arenarium.

    Many of the everlastings that were once classified as Helichrysum have now been reclassified. Science is always finding new things and clarifying the old views.

    So, what is Helichrysum? This plant is called Helichrysum angustifolium or Helichrysum italicum. The first naming means narrow leafed and the second name is indicating origin from Italy. The plant has about 24 inch stems which produce flowers. The flowers contain the essential oil. Any gardener who likes dried flower arrangements will surely like the Helichrysum family. The flowers can retain their color when dried. Just clip, hang upside down and the stiff stems will be colorful for long periods of time.

    When is Helichrysum traditionally used? When the practitioner needs help with making anti-inflammatory, fungicidal, and astringent salves, ointment and creams. Helichrysum is also used to soothe burns and raw chapped skin. Lastly, helichrysum is used as a fixative in perfumes and has an intense fragrance.

    To me, the oil smells spicy, sweet, salty, herbaceous and clean.

    Our helichrysum oil is steam distilled in a copper still. If you have always wanted to try Helichrysum, but you were unsure of how it would work in a lotion or cream, now is your chance to try without having to mortgage the farm to do it.

    Enjoy!






    Juniper Berry Essential Oil

    INCI: Juniperus Communis Fruit Oil

    This oil is clean, fresh and herbaceous essential oil. Juniper has a quick sharpness that is characteristic of the oil, similar to rosemary or eucalyptus. The oil however has a woody note like cedar and a long lasting fresh scent.

    A little goes a long way with this oil when it comes to soaps, shampoos and conditioners.





    Lavandin Essential Oil,
    Super Pure,

    IFRA
    INCI: Lavandula Hybrida Oil

    A twist on lavender essential oil, the most requested essential oil of all! Lavandin is a hybrid lavender plant. It is not the same, since Lavandula Angustifolia is the officinalis. A unique rendition. Linalool content is over 30%, linalyl acetate content is over 40%. Use anywhere you would use lavender, and also for blending. A great essential oil.







    Lavender, Bulgarian, Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil

    We now have a Bulgarian Lavender just for our customers. If you are looking for a lavender that is not blended, such as the 40/42, then the angustifolia lavender is what you want. Enjoy!

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.






    Lavender Essential Oil 40-42 Extra

    Recipes
    IFRA
    INCI = Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil

    Lavender has been at home in the perfuming industry for centuries. This timeless classic is one of the most versatile of its kind. Endless blending options leave this scent at the top of our most requested list. Blends well with peppermint, rosemary and a touch of lemon.

    Use in foot creams, soaps and lotions. A very popular essential oil.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.

    Please note: Lavender prices have been very high over the last several years. This is why we are now offering the Lavender 40/42 Extra and Select versions. Both versions are blended to get a standard linalyl acetate and linalool content of 40-42%, but the Extra has an extra umpph in the floral notes. The Select version is very nice, but has a more typical lavender smell. We offer both, with their price variations, so you can choose the best lavender for your project.

    The naming of 40/42 does not indicate this essential oil is blended with synthetic fragrances, the term 40/42 means we blend various crops of essential oil together to get a more standard product. This product is pure essential oil.






    Lavender Essential Oil 40-42 Select

    IFRA
    INCI = Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil

    This version of lavender is what most consider a timeless classic, it is one of the most versatile essential oils available. How do you use lavender? Try a calming linen spray, a foot cream, or soaps and lotions. Lavender is one of the most popular essential oils because it is so versatile.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.

    Please note: Lavender prices have been very high over the last several years. This is why we are now offering the Lavender 40/42 Extra and Select versions. Both versions are blended to get a standard linalyl acetate and linalool content of 40-42%, but the Extra has an extra umpph in the floral notes. The Select version is very nice, but has a more typical lavender smell. We offer both, with their price variations, so you can choose the best lavender for your project.

    The naming of 40/42 does not indicate this essential oil is blended with synthetic fragrances, the term 40/42 means we blend various crops of essential oil together to get a more standard product. This product is pure essential oil.






    Lemon Essential Oil, Argentina

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil

    Think of lemon drops, intense lemony aroma and flavor. Lemon with a tangy freshness not matched by other lemons. When we tested all the lemon flavors this was voted a top favorite by all the staff, not just our Albus Dumbledore fans.

    Lip Balm Use
    MMMMMMM!
    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%.
    For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    Cold pressed.






    Lemon Essential Oil, USA

    Recipes
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil

    A balance of light, clean, and fresh all rolled into one perfect package. This lemon is very top note, more rounded, and somewhat sweeter than the Argentina. Blends well with lime, eucalyptus, grapefruit and almost everything!

    Lip Balm Use
    All natural lemon appeal! Blend with a little lime or other citrus flavors for the perfect citrus duo.

    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    Cold pressed.







    Lemongrass Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    INCI = Cymbopogon Schoenanthus Oil

    Lemongrass has been an all time favorite of soapmakers as long as we can remember! This stimulating yet earthy lemon scent is a great choice for soaps meant to lift the spirits and awake the senses. Blending recommendations include: geranium, grapefruit, ylang ylang and lavender.






    Lime Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil

    This is the "hidden treasure" of the citrus family. Stimulate your mind and excite your senses. A lemon lime combo is a favorite in our neck of the woods. AAHHH!

    Lip Balm Use
    The ideal flavor for summer with its juicy, robust appeal. You'll soon agree lime is a top 10 flavor!

    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    Steam distilled.







    Lime Essential Oil, Expressed

    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil

    Our newest lime oil is expressed and not distilled. The expressed variety is sweeter and more fun than the distilled variety. A fresh zip, just like a lime squeeze in a summer drink.

    If you are thinking about which lime to try you should seriously consider the expressed. While it is a bit more expensive, the fresh notes are really worth it. Better yet, do a smell test by trying them both side to side.

    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    For room sprays, try up to 5%. For aromatherapy diffusers, use according to the manufacturer's directions for the diffuser you have.

    This scent is bright and cheerful. I am sure any citrus lover will really enjoy this oil.






    Litsea Cubeba Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Litsea Cubeba Fruit Oil

    Litsea cubeba is an herbally, lemon scent and a must have for all soapmakers. Add a little "sunshine" to your soap pot today! Litsea cubeba is an anchoring scent and blends well with Sandalwood, Patchouly, White Sage and Stress-Free Fragrance oils.






    Marjoram, Wild Spanish, Essential Oil

    INCI: Thymus Mastichina Flower Oil

    Our wild Spanish Marjoram is a new essential oil to our line. The herbaceous scent is great for the natural soaps that are so popular.

    This steam distilled oil has a spicy, herbal aroma. Much like Vapo-Rub on a stick. The oil is a pale yellow to colorless liquid.

    Blends with: lavender, rosemary, bergamot, chamomile, cypress, cedarwood, nutmeg, tea tree, ylang ylang and eucalyptus.





    Natural Vanilla Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI: Flavor or Fragrance depending on how you use this product.

    This vanilla is wonderful! To keep the cost down a 35-Fold Vanilla is infused into fractionated coconut oil and contains other natural flavors as well. This product is oil soluble so you can make your lip balms with a fabulous real vanilla flavor. The color is clear to yellow liquid and is perfect for the natural market. Vanilla is intoxicating and delicious on its own but I can't wait to put it in lip gloss. Yummy!

    Due to the delicate nature of the vanilla orchid smell we do not recommend this item for soap making. We suggest it for massage oils, lip balms, body butters and other all oil mixtures.

    Lip Balm Use
    Use at a rate of 2 to 4%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Neroli Essential Oil

    INCI: Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Flower Oil

    An orange flower distillation, a top note of blossoms, their nectar and pollen and the uplifting odor of oranges. Not sharp and fleeting like orange peel, but a softer orange odor. Used in many applications of perfumery and, certainly not to be overlooked, in aromatherapy. A great product with limited availability.

    Please use lightly. Creams, lotions, and serums benefit from this oil when used at a very low rate. Excessive use is likely to be too strong and overpowering.


    Orange Essential Oil, 5 Fold

    MSDS
    INCI = Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Oil

    Orange essential just got 5 times better! This concentrated essential oil is fabulous for flavoring, soaping and even making your own perfume blends. We tested a lot of orange oil products and this one was top rated. Yummy!

    Lip Balm Use
    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%.
    For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Orange Essential Oil, Blood

    INCI: Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Oil

    Blood oranges are amazing! They are beautiful to look at, they are yummy to eat. I once took a drive to get blood oranges because they were not in our local market. That drive was 100 miles!

    Blood oranges can have hints of color on the peel, or lots of color. Some blood oranges have hints of red inside and others mostly red flesh. Blood oranges do have a different odor and taste versus Valencia or Navel oranges what we tend to get from the markets. You should try this oil! It smells so wonderful! The aroma is fresh, uplifting and certainly a benefit to anyone suffering from the winter doldrums.

    Oil is cold pressed.

    Enjoy!






    Orange Essential Oil, Brazil

    Recipes
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Oil

    Orange essential oil is probably my most favorite because it has so many uses. Orange is used in many products for its light, refreshing scent. Orange, like other citrus oils, is a very volatile top note. Top notes evaporate faster than other fragrances and are often used at a higher rates. Use gloves when working with orange oil because it is a very effective solvent. Orange is also a universal blending scent which mixes with just about everything!

    Oil is cold pressed.

    Lip Balm Use
    Lightly sweet and luscious too! Very true and intense. Orange combines beautifully with just about all other flavor oils in our catalog!

    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%.
    For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Orange Essential Oil Sampler

    This sampler is to help you determine which orange is best suited to your application. While we love all the oranges, we do realize it is best to test. With this offer you will get 4 bottles of Orange Essential oil to test. Is it Blood, Brazil, 5 Fold or Valencia that you will prefer? Only testing will tell!

    Please note this sampler is not eligible for the Amazing Dozen box.


    Orange Essential Oil, Valencia

    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Oil

    Valencia oranges are the most often used variety for juicing. They are thin skinned (peel) and offer the taste most people associate with oranges. Fabulous scent!

    Oil is cold pressed.

    Lip Balm Use
    Fabulous flavor for lip balms!
    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%.
    For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Patchouly Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Pogostemon Cablin Oil

    A strong, exotic, earthy scent with just a touch of spice. Combine with a little sandalwood and jasmine to create a little "flower power" of your own.

    Patchouly Essential Oil is compatible with cyclomethicone.






    Peppermint Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    INCI = Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil

    Have you ever tried peppermint soap? You will be surprised at how invigorating and enjoyable the scent can be. Most people like to combine it with cocoa butter and chocolate (yes, real chocolate in soap) to give a chocolate mint soap. Peppermint will give a tingle to the skin if used in large amounts, so use sparingly.

    Lip Balm Use
    All natural Lip Power! Peppermint is a great lip balm flavor, but a little goes a long way.

    Use at a rate of 0.3 to 1.0%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 3 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 3 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette. We generally do not recommend more than 2 mL in this amount of lip balm.







    Peppermint Essential Oil, Williamette Valley

    INCI = Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil

    You might be asking what the difference is between our regular peppermint and the Williamette Valley peppermint. Well, here is the answer: the Williamette Valley peppermint oil smells a bit greener than our regular version. Both are grown in the USA and work well in soap and lip balms.

    Body Use Peppermint will give a tingle to the skin if used in large amounts, so use sparingly.

    Lip Balm Use
    Use at a rate of 0.3 to 1.0%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 3 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 3 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette. We generally do not recommend more than 2 mL in this amount of lip balm. Use sparingly at first since it is always easier to tell yourself to add more next time than wish you could wash it off!






    Perfume Testing Strips


    Our perfume testing strips are unmarked and perfect for testing new fragrances. We test blends of fragrances and various scented concoctions with these strips. Just dip the narrow end of the strip into your scenting oils and give a sniff. The wide end of the strips is perfect for recording the scent so you don't forget what you tested! Enjoy!

    Rosemary Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Oil

    A common cooking herb and an uncommon scent. Rosemary has been used for years in mens products and has a slight medicinal scent. I love it in a shaving soap and so do most men. Usage rate is 1 fl oz per 6 to 8 lbs of fat. Aromatherapists recommend rosemary be avoided by pregnant women and those with epilepsy.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.






    Rose Otto, Bulgarian

    Rose essential oil, rose oil, oil of rose are all names for this exquisite oil. Very rose garden like. More fragrant than you can imagine if you have never had pure rose oil.

    This product will arrive in most cool locations as a crystallized material, often noted as congealing point. Don't worry. The oil will be liquid at 83 degrees F or higher. Need it ready right away? Put the bottle in your hand or pocket. The crystals will melt readily and you will feel like royalty!

    Sizes are limited to 1 gram increments only. This is a special offer and does not have great gobs of stock. Don't wait! The oil will be gone before you know it, and new stock is not expected to be available for many more months.

    Due to the cost of this item we suggest use in salves, balms, creams and similar products. This item is potent and will not be used at the same rates as most fragrance oils or essential oils. Use lightly! The fragrance carries and lasts!

    This oil may even be used as a flavor (please use lightly!) in a lip balm. My favorite lip balm ever has rose as the flavor. Move over Chanel!


    Sage Essential Oil, Dalmatian

    MSDS
    INCI = Salvia Officinalis (Sage) Oil

    A new essential to our line. We have been asked so many times why we don't offer sage oil, especially when you consider our name. Well, now you have have sage oil!

    An herbal scent like none other. Enjoy!







    Siberian Fir Needle Essential Oil

    IFRA
    Our Siberian Fir Needle essential oil is as pure and fresh as a new Christmas tree. Siberian Fir Needle essential oil is powerful on its own or blends well with Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Clary Sage, Tea Tree, or Peppermint.

    This oil is FCC and can be used in lip balms (Food Chemical Codex).

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.

    Steam distilled product of Russia.






    Spearmint Essential Oil

    Recipes
    INCI = Mentha Viridis (Spearmint) Leaf Oil

    Spearmint is Tina's favorite mint. It is cool like peppermint but not as sharp. A nice refreshing scent for a room spray or a soap. Spearmint is commonly used in consumer products. Most will recognize this scent. If you want a fresh mint this is it! Usage for cold process soap is 1 fl oz to 6 lbs of fat.

    Lip Balm Use
    Spearmint is uplifting, even on your lips! This all-natural flavor is a smoother mint than peppermint, but when combined is a fun mint blend.

    Use at a rate of 0.3 to 1.0%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 3 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 3 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette. We generally do not recommend using more than 2 mL in this amount of lip balm.






    Spearmint Essential Oil, First Cutting

    INCI = Mentha Viridis (Spearmint) Leaf Oil

    This is a first cutting spearmint, a very fresh type. The cool spring weather can produce a nice product. The spearmint oil is steam distilled, then redistilled to make a clean smelling product. This spearmint is sweeter and greener in flavor and odor than our regular catalog spearmint. We think it is so nice, it was worth having two in the catalog.

    Use at a rate of 0.3 to 1.0%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 3 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 3 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette. We generally do not recommend using more than 2 mL in this amount of lip balm.

    Enjoy!






    Tangerine Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Nobilis (Mandarin Orange) Peel Oil

    Tangerine is an energizing citrus, it adds a lightly sweet yet tangy appeal to any application. Try tangerine with a little Stress-Free and lavender for a most harmonious blend.

    Oil is cold pressed.

    Lip Balm Use
    This all natural treat for your lips is smooth and refreshing. Blend with Vanilla-Banilla and you can't go wrong!

    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Tea Tree Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    INCI = Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil

    We remember this one for its nostril clearing abilities. No kidding! We had numerous requests for Tea Tree Essential Oil so we decided to add it to our line. Many folks know this scent by its botanical name, melaleuca. A unique scent with a great history and lore. Recommended usage for soap is 1 fl oz to 6 to 8 lbs of fat.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.







    Transfer Pipettes (droppers)
    Large and Small


    Recipes
    Pipettes are often called droppers. Use these transfer pipettes to fill lip balm tubes, measure small amounts of fragrance, liquid colorants and more. Once you have these on hand, you will find even more uses.

    The small dropper has a capacity of 3.5 mL, there are 5 mL in a teaspoon. Markings on the side will show each 1/2 mL increment.

    The Large Pipette has a capacity of 7 to 8 mL and there are no markings on the sides of the pipette. Pipettes are plastic and disposable.

    Photo Note: The Large pipettes are shown with a small pipette for contrast.







    Transfer Pipettes, Micro

    These mini pipettes are perfect for making small jars of cream when you need just a few drops of a fragrance, extract, color or some special addition! These micro pipettes hold about 1 mL when filled into the bulb. Very handy to have for mixing small amounts of anything!

    Enjoy!




    Vanilla Oleoresin,
    Water Soluble

    Recipes
    MSDS
    The most adored fragrance/flavor worldwide, vanilla is unmatched by any other. Our Bourbon Vanilla Oleoresin 20 Fold is out of this world when it comes to vanilla. No, it doesn't contain bourbon, the name comes from the area where the distillation process was developed. Think fabulous 20 times stronger and a thick, resinous yet pourable fluid with the most sensual odor. This vanilla is a water soluble solution and is suitable for any aqueous or emulsified product. The staff was asked to smell this new scent and the reaction I got the most was my arm was grabbed and the perfume strip was put right back under the nose for a deep inhale! Amazingly incredible. I am sure you will love this natural vanilla oleoresin.

    The lab just brought me samples of hair conditioner, bubble bath, sugar scrub, body milk (all MMS Bases) scented with this vanilla. The products are a warm tan and smell yummy! Best of all we scented a full gallon of Body Cream Base with a single 5 mL bottle of Vanilla Oleoresin.

    Our blog team tested the Vanilla Oleoresin in cold process soap and their conclusion was "our summary is not a failure, but not desired either." If you would like to read about this testing, click here to visit the blog posts about our testing!






    Vetiver Essential Oil, Haitian

    INCI: Vetiveria Zizanioides Root Oil

    Vetiver has long been requested as a fragrance oil in our catalog and we think it is awesome. However, sometimes the essential oil is desired. This Haitian oil is reddish brown and viscous. It has a woody odor and will make a nice soap. Enjoy!





    Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    INCI = Cananga Odorata Flower Oil

    Say it "lang-lang" and you will be considered a pro! This sweet, exotic, sensual floral is a must have. Some swear by its aphrodisiac properties. Mix up a little and see what you might reel in! Blends great with jasmine, lavender, sandalwood and rose.

    We are sorry, the current prices of Ylang Ylang are very high. When the prices on the commodity market come down we will reduce our price too. Thank you for your understanding.







A Luxury Oil Worth Every Penny!


Argan Oil
Argan Oil gives your skin the TLC that it deserves when used as a luxury oil in lotions, creams and even cuticle products.

Save on Neem!


Neem Oil
If you're looking for another product that's great for skin care, look no further than Neem Oil! A perfect addition to lotions, soaps and more! We've even dropped the price!