Adding fragrance to your products only using essential oils offers many possibilities but it cannot match the fragrances created by the perfume industry that are added to skin, hair and body care products. So, we are delighted to introduce these totally natural perfumes developed by perfumers in France.
They are a blend of essential oils, different compounds from essential oils
and botanical CO2 extracts
extracted from natural sources such as fruit and berries. To give you an idea of how traditional perfumes are made, the perfumer will take a natural substance, such as Rose Absolute for example, which contains over 300 compounds, and extract fractions from these compounds and blend it with artificial fragrances to build up a perfume.
These Natural Perfumes don't contain any nature-identical or synthetic compounds and they are not diluted in alcohol as traditional perfumes are. These natural perfumes can be used as a fragrance in skin, hair and body care products in a dosage of 0.1-1%.
You can also dilute them in alcohol and use as a Room Spray, Eau de Parfum or Eau de Cologne. If you don't want to use alcohol, replace the alcohol with an appropriate hydrosol (i.e. one that won't clash with the smell of your perfume) for Room Sprays or for making oil based Perfume, dilute the Perfume in neutral, thin, dry vegetable oils such as Grape Seed Oil or the classic, long shelf life base oils such as Rice Bran or Jojoba.
It is also possible for these perfumes to be used undiluted on the skin, however we recommend that you do a skin sensitivity test first.
NB All of these natural perfumes are alcohol free.