Geranium Absolute Oil (Origin: Egypt)
£5.85 – £108.00 Including tax
Please note if buying large quantities of this item we advise purchasing a 1ml sample first to ensure that you are happy with the product as we do not refund opened items in the interests of hygiene.
Geranium Absolute Oil
Botanical Name – Pelargonium graveolens
Origin – Egypt
Part Used – The Leaves and tops
Colour – A olive green colour, pourable
Scent – A rich leafy green aroma, with sweet rose-like notes and slight minty undertones in the drydown. Has very good tenacity.
Production Method – Solvent Extraction
Note – Middle Note
Uses – For perfumery only
Blends well with Carnation, Ambrette, Clary Sage, Lemon, Grapefruit, Ginger, Rose , Rosemary, Orange, Lavender, Tuberose, Vanilla and Lavandin.
Possessing a fresh green floral aroma, Geranium absolute is recommended for adding a wholesome body note in natural perfumery. It blends extremely well with a lot of aromatic materials and so is an invaluable ingredient to complement other floral-based perfumes including rose, so increasing tenacity and to add an exciting twist to many other natural perfumes.
For External Cosmetic Use Only
Avoid all Absolutes if pregnant or nursing
Pure Absolute 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 always recommended before use to see if your skin is sensitive to the product
Available in 1ml sample, 5ml and 10ml sizes
1ml sample is supplied in a clear heavy white flint glass bottle with polycone sealed cap
The 5ml and 10ml bottle sizes are supplied in amber glass bottles with inbuilt dropper and tamper evident cap.
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Certificate of Analysis is available on request
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