Our Plant-Based Lavender Fragrance Oil beautifully captures the aroma of freshly picked lavender buds. The fragrance is a sweet, earthy floral with the hint of camphor that lavender is so well known for.
The specific formulation is proprietary, but our Plant-Based Lavender Fragrance Oil is produced using pure essential oils including Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) and Lavendin (Lavandula hybrida) and aromatic isolates derived solely from natural, raw botanical sources.
It is suitable for use in personal care and home fragrancing applications where cost-effective fragrance is required and synthetic ingredients are not desired.
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Our Plant-Based Fragrance Oils can be used in a wide range of personal care products, soap making and candle making applications. Due to the nature of their composition, they may not behave like synthetic fragrance oils which contain synthetic stabilizers. Preliminary testing and experimentation are important when working with these plant-based fragrance oils to overcome any challenges they may present when formulating natural personal care, soap and candle products.
IFRA Maximum Usage Guidelines
The maximum usage guidelines varies for each of our Plant-Based Fragrance Oils and is based on the specific essential oils and natural components contained within the oil. This plant-based fragrance oil complies with the Standards of the International Fragrance Association when used at concentration levels that do not exceed those displayed in the below chart.
|Lip Products (Class 1):||100%**|
|Deodorants/Antiperspirants (Class 2):||100%**|
|Hydroalcoholics for Shaved Skin (Class 3):||100%**|
|Hydroalcoholics for Unshaved Skin (Class 4):||100%**|
|Hand Cream (Class 5):||100%**|
|Mouthwash (Class 6):||100%**|
|Intimate Wipes (Class 7):||100%**|
|Hair Styling Aids (Class 8):||2%*|
|Rinse-off Hair Conditioners (Class 9):||5%*|
|Hard Surface Cleaners (Class 10):||2.5%*|
|Candles (Class 11):||Unrestricted|
* Maximum use level
** Compliant at any concentration
*Typical Shelf Life begins on the date of manufacture and is defined as the typical shelf life of an ingredient when it is stored and handled properly. The Typical Shelf Life is offered as a general guideline. It should not be considered to be an expiration date. Many ingredients are usable beyond the stated date, especially when stored and handled very carefully.