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Posted on March 1, 2018 by Cat
Midweek Essential Oil Blend
Category: Herbs & Essential Oil Benefits Tags: Midweek Essential Oil Blend
Could you please send me a paper catalog.
Sorry, we do not have paper catalogs; our inventory is provided on our website.
I need to order grapefruit eo and try this.
Great, you can order it here; we also have certified organic white grapefruit essential oil.
Can this be used in soap and if so, how much soap will it make. I am experimenting with the hot process method
It can be used. Ideally, IFRA guidelines should be followed; fragrance/essential oil load ranges depend on many factors including concentration, base make up, desired profile, Natural vs. Synthetic etc. Testing is a requisite for everyone to perform their own due diligence before committing to production, no matter the application. You can check the IFRA Standards of compliance on usage rates for specific product types. Essential oil usage can be particularly complicated, as each essential oil has its own guidelines that must be adhered to for compliance. For example, a 3% maximum usage rate of soaping oils in a hot process soaps is generally regraded as safe by cold process soapers, while melt and pour base soapers tend to recommend around 1 teaspoon (0.0.166667 oz.) per pound of melt and pour soap base for safety.
Can this be used in a defused?
Yes, this blend can be diffused.
SINCE I NEVER USED A SPRAY NOR EVER USE A DIFFUSER. AFTER ADDING THE ESSENTIAL OILS DO YOU JUST FILL THE REST WITH WATER? I ALSO HAVE THOSE KIND OF DISES THAT YOU PUT A TEA LIGHT CANDLE IN AND THE WAX MELTS ON TOP. CAN THESE OIL BE USED IN THIS & THEN USE
A CARRIER OIL TO FILL?? PLEASE ADVISE. JUST STARTING OUT.
In the diffuser, you can add the recommended amount of essential oil by the manufacturer, then add water up to the maximum amount allowed. Regarding the burner, this is something you will need to test.
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