|100% Pure Essential Oil|
Botanical Name: Geranium essential oil blended with other rose type aromachemicals
Country Of Origin: Egypt
Phthalate Free: Yes
For additional information, we recommend the book “Essential Oils” by Julia Lawless.
The "Maximum Use Level for Skin Exposure" is the amount of fragrance, flavor and essential oil that can come in contact with the skin. It does not mean that your base product can perform at these levels. You must test each oil in each application for evaluation of desired performance.
- Notes: Geranium (Rose) Compound Blends well with Lavender, Patchouli, Orange & Citrus
- FYI: Essential oils need to be diluted in a carrier oil or base product prior to skin contact.
- Note: When buying true essential oils, there is Geranium oil and then there is Rose oil, the two should not be confused and the terms really should not be combined together. Most typically it is used to refer to a common compound (a blended product) sold by many of the larger companies. For example, the Geranium (Rose) Egyptian compound, while it does contain some natural geranium oil, is typically blended with other rose type aromachemicals. This is how the product can be made available at such a low price and why its used by soap makers everywhere. The problem arises when companies fail to tell you that this is not a pure essential oil but a compound (a blend of natural and synthetic). In fact, most companies who sell this are selling it as an essential oil, but we refuse to conform to the trend and will not call this an essential oil, even though it is sold to us as such. This product will appear on your invoice as Geranium (Rose) Egypt Compound.
Usage & Guidelines:
|IFRA Maximum Use Level:|
California Prop 65
- Lip Products: 0.00%
- Lotions, Creams, Perfume: 29.4%
- Body Powder: 5.5%
- Bar Soap: 13.8%
Reportable Ingredients: None
Listable Ingredients: None