Can I ask where you get your Ho Wood & Lavender? That is a nice priceI use both EOs and FOs. Some EOs perform and hold well in CP, and aren’t too pricey - I would include these in that category - here are prices per 16 oz that I have found:
Cedar (Himalayan) $18
Ho Wood. $38
Litsea cubeba $32
Patchouli $55 (a little more pricey but a little goes a long way)
Tea Tree $42
And yes definitely follow safe usage rates.
Ho Wood from New Directions Aromatics Ho Wood Essential OilCan I ask where you get your Ho Wood & Lavender? That is a nice price
How do you use Palmarosa? I have it but never know what blends to use it in.My go-to EOs are
Sweet Orange ( always added to an FO - it will lose its scent on its own)
I have been using fragrance oils but I'm curious about essential oils. I have a bunch of EO for my diffuser and I'm wondering if I can use them in my soap.
Wow! The lavender 40/42 is $25 for 16 oz at SVA and $62.99 for 15 oz at Camden Grey. That is a huge difference. I usually use lavandin which they have for $40 or $55 for 16 oz depending on type vs. Camden Grey’s $66.97 for the same quantity.
The entire company has a warning, or a specific essential oil has a warning?I’ve been waiting to ask this question, I use new direction aromatics for essential oils and because I live in California they have a prop. 65 warning. This is a cancer warning. This is confusing to me. Anyone can explain this?
"The list contains a wide range of naturally occurring and synthetic chemicals that include additives or ingredients in pesticides, common household products, food, drugs, dyes, or solvents. Listed chemicals may also be used in manufacturing and construction, or they may be byproducts of chemical processes, such as motor vehicle exhaust."I’ve been waiting to ask this question, I use new direction aromatics for essential oils and because I live in California they have a prop. 65 warning. This is a cancer warning. This is confusing to me. Anyone can explain this?