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Perfumers Blue Lotus Absolute Oil (Origin: Northern India)

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Description

This is a rare and highly sought after oil and stocks are limited. It is advisable to try the 1ml sample first before buying larger amounts as the product can not be returned for a refund.

Perfumer’s Blue Lotus Absolute

Botanical Name – Nymphaea caerulea (Blue Water Lily)
Origin – Northern India
Part Used – Flowers
Extraction Method – Solvent extraction of the fresh flowers
Appearance – Amber to reddish brown liquid
Growing Conditions – Grown on unpolluted sustainable land.
Note – Middle Note

Blue Lotus Absolute oil is extracted from the beautiful large mauve coloured flowers of Nymphaea caerulea which are native to Egypt and parts of India.

It has a deep sweet Lily scent with earthy undertones. The oil is used in many expensive perfumes.

Pure Absolute Oils or Essential Oils should always be diluted with a carrier oil such as grapeseed oil or sweet almond oil before using on the skin. A patch test is recommended to see if your skin is sensitive to the product.

All pure absolutes such as this oil are now rare and extremely concentrated by nature. They should be properly evaluated in a diluted state otherwise, the complexity of the fragrance, particularly the rare and exotic notes are not properly appreciated.

For External Cosmetic Use Only

Avoid using all Absolutes if pregnant or nursing.

Available in 1ml sample, 5ml and 10ml sizes

The Iml sample is supplied in a clear heavy white flint glass bottle with polycone sealed cap which is ideal for testing the contents prior to buying the larger sizes.
The 5ml and 10ml bottle sizes are in amber glass bottles with a tamper evident cap.

The Certificate of Analysis and MSDS for this product is available on request.

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