Lavender Essential Oil 40-42 Extra
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. The crop of 2011 was one of the lowest quantity crops we have ever seen. We do not expect to see greater quantity in the market until mid summer to autumn 2012. 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.
Aloe can be added to lotions, soaps, shampoo, conditioners and even masks. Look for any application where aloe might be used and try it! This powder is mixed 200:1 (200 parts water with 1 part aloe powder).
Transfer Pipettes (droppers)
Large and Small
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.