Juicy News! We’ve Added More nonGMO 100% Natural Fragrance Oils!

Written by: | July 10, 2017 | one response

Say Hello to Coconut and Friends!

Consumers love the tropical smell of coconut but until now, you either had a choice of using virgin coconut oil or coconut C02– a pricey option. We’ve partnered with a world-renowned fragrance house to create five new non-GMO, vegan, and 100% natural fragrance oils to our existing line up:

  • Coconut – This as divine and tropical and oh-so-flirty.  I love it.
  • Honeysuckle -Imagine the sweet and intoxicating smell of honeysuckle wafting in the night air.
  • Passionfruit – Think trade winds and warm sunny beaches with this amazing passionfruit natural fragrance oil.
  • Papaya – Succulent, sunny and oh, so tropical, this 100% natural papaya fragrance oil reminds us of long summer days and lazy walks on the beach.
  • Marionberry – Juicy and tart, Marionberries were developed right here in Oregon. So naturally, we had to showcase this 100% natural fragrance oil.

Like the other natural fragrance oils in our catalog, you can use these oils to scent lotions, soaps, gels, washes, bubble baths, and salts just as you would with essential oils. And because they are 100% natural, non-GMO, vegan and smashingly delicious, you can feel good about using them in your products.

These new fragrance oils are the star ingredients in our Summer Skin Mocktails.  We’ll be highlighting them in upcoming videos and recipes, too, and of course, we’re scouting for more sensational scents to bring to you.

What to know more about 100% natural fragrances? Read below from a blog we released in 2015 when we first introduced natural fragrances.

Enjoy making great smelling products with the whole natural fragrance collection.

Natural Fragrance FAQ

At Essential Wholesale & Labs, we have always kept our distance from synthetic fragrance oils. When we have ventured to try them, many of us here at Essential experienced unpleasant reactions to them from welts or headaches to being nauseous and fatigued. You may be asking yourself, with such bad reactions, why is Essential choosing to offer fragrance oils now? The main reason, which is why we didn’t give up the search, is that fragrance oils supply the world with wonderful scents that natural essential oils do not; scents such as coconut and pineapple (which make a great pina colada fragrance when combined). Unfortunately, there are fruits that have amazing, immediately recognizable fragrances that simply are not available in pure unadulterated essential oils. For example; strawberry, blueberry, mango, papaya, & pear are all scents we are often asked for but weren’t able to offer because we only carried pure essential oils.

Why do we call them Aroma Delights? Frankly, we don’t care for the term fragrance oils. Generally, fragrance oils are assumed to be highly synthetic and not very desirable in natural cosmetic formulations due to their synthetic nature. However, Essential Aroma Delights are indeed fragrances meaning they last longer as a perfume than most essential oils can and they are 100% natural!

About Essential Wholesale & Labs Natural Fragrance Oils

The concept behind Perfumery is amazing and frankly rather mind blowing. Perfumers spend years in apprenticeship, talking about amber notes, floral accords, musk-receptor agonists and molecular binding affinities of floral-receptor proteins. What does this all mean? Well, we’re not perfumers, so we turn to those experts who are and we have not been disappointed by their talent and skill.

Essential Aroma Delights are fractions or isolated molecules from natural materials and essential oils. The term “isolates” usually refers to aromatic chemicals derived from natural products. You can see isolates on many ingredient lists these days in the form of “linalool, “citral” & “geraniol”. Isolates are specific materials fractionated from natural substances. Technically in one sense of the word, essential oils, oleoresins, tinctures and solid extracts obtained from botanical materials are all isolates. Generally, the isolates are obtained from the essential oils since the essential oil is a concentrated product compared to the botanical and would be rich in materials. The most frequently used method for obtaining isolates from essential oils uses molecular distillation, Co2 extraction, fractionation & rectification.

How can a perfumer create a scent that essential oils won’t provide us, yet they use essential oils? Well, an essential oil consists of numerous aromatic molecules which can be isolated by fractional distillation. These isolates– or fractions, from different essential oils can then be recombined to create a blend. Perfumers keep their blends proprietary and do not provide information on which natural isolates have been included in their blends or from what oils the isolates have been distilled. One thing we do know is that they are pleasing and true to their stated scent. The Blueberry smells like a blueberry! And none of our human test subjects (volunteers of course) are getting welts, headaches or any other frustrating allergic reactions that we’ve seen with synthetic fragrance oils.

 

 

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