Thyme Absolute Oil (Origin: France)

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Thyme Absolute Oil

Botanical Name – Thymus vulgaria
Origin – France
Part Used – Leaves and flowering tops
Extraction Method – Solvent Extraction
Appearance – brown mobile liquid
Scent – Spicy, warm, fresh, sweet-herbaceous aroma
Main Uses – Natural Perfumery and for creating your own blends. Cosmetic use in skin care preparations
Note – Middle to Top Note

Thyme is a sun-loving herb which grows wild on the sun-baked hills around the Mediterranean. It is covered for two or three of the summer months with delicate fragrant pale mauve flowers these being attractive to bees, and with culinary uses.

This is a strong oil and is best used well diluted or blended with other oils such as Lavender, Sandalwood, Vetiver or Geranium.

Absolutes which are solvent extracted rather than being steam distilled are stronger and more concentrated than Pure Essential Oils. Being an absolute It is also a lot harder to find and more expensive than the pure essential oil.

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.

For External Cosmetic Use Only

Avoid all Absolutes if pregnant or nursing

Supplied in a glass bottle with inbuilt dropper and tamper evident cap

Certificate of Analysis is available on request.

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