What is the difference between perfume oil, fragrance oil, and body oil?

Unfortunately, all these descriptions have been used in the same capacity, which has created confusion. They are basically two types of oil. The first type is any oil that can be used on the body-this type of oil can also be used for many other things. Whereas, oil that is not meant for the body, must be used for that primary use (e.g. making candles and soaps). Unfortunately, many oils that are not meant for the body are being sold as body oils. The majority of times, these oils do not do any harm to the body, but are a cheap or inferior grade of oil. The public should not be concerned with the description or identification of the oil, but the emphasis should be on knowing that the oil is meant for the body.

Why does the color of oil seem to change from time to time?

Depending on the season, oils will differ in color because of the crop season. Since most oils have natural ingredients, the time of year they are created will have bearing on the color.

What is the shelf life of your oils?

Since our oils do not contain any alcohol or water, the problem of evaporation does not exist. As long as the oils are kept away from extreme heat and sunlight, they will last for a very, very, very long time. The only thing that changes is the color. Some oils even get richer in scent-which is called marrying or maturing. We have had oils here for many years, and they still maintain their richness and strength.

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