Essential Oils

Essential Oils:

Ambrette seed

From the seed of a tropical hibiscus, Ambrette oil is pale yellow, with an enchanting aroma described variously as sweet, rich, warm, musky, fatty and nutty, with floral overtones. Read more...

Citronella

From the aromatic grass, Citronella oil is yellow to yellow-brown, with a powerful, fresh, lemon scent.  The important aromatic components include geraniol and citronellal. Read more...

Lemongrass

Lemongrass oil is yellow, amber, or reddish-brown and has a fresh, clean, grassy-lemony scent.  The principal aromatic constituent is citral. Read more...

Palmarosa

Palmarosa oil comes from the leaves of a fragrant grass and ranges in color from pale yellow to golden olive.  It is a floral-smelling oil, fresh, soft, and green, sweet with the scent of rose and geranium, with a lemony, grassy background. Read more...

Patchouli

Heavy, earthy, musty and pungent, exotic and sensual! The oil is light yellow at first, eventually turning amber to deep golden brown.  Like Vetiver, Patchouli oil improves with age, and initial harshness mellows into a more complex, smoother scent with a fruity top note. Read more...

Vetiver

Known as “the oil of tranquility”, Vetiver comes from the roots of a tall grass.  Amber colored, with a mysteriously alluring earthy, woody smell, it is frequently used as a base note in perfumery.  Improves with age.