Fragrance Oil FAQ
Our fragrance oils are sold by weight. Fill levels on different scents may vary based on the weight of the particular oil itself.
Not all of them are. This information can be found on each individual item page.
No. Our fragrance oils are concentrated and should not be applied directly from the bottle to the skin.
It is best to store fragrances out of direct sunlight. A dark, cool cupboard or cabinet is ideal.
When stored properly, out of direct sunlight and well sealed, fragrance oils have a shelf life of approximately one year.
Our fragrance oils are shipped in puncture resistant and UV resistant PET bottles. Our bottles include red insert plugs to help prevent leaks. The bottles are then placed into poly bags as a last resort effort to stop any leakage if it occurs. All of our products are shipped in boxes "We do not ship any products in bubble mailers"
Flash Point is the lowest temperature at which a liquid will generate enough vapor to ignite when exposed to a source of ignition such as a spark or flame.
Most fragrance oils contain natural and synthetic ingredients.
Some fragrance oils can crystallize in colder temperatures. We are in Wisconsin where winters are pretty cold, not to mention your oil has likely been in a cold truck while on it's way to you. The oil gets cold and can separate. Your oil is not ruined. Just heat a pan of water, remove the pan from the heat and put the bottle of oil into the water. The oil will melt back to original form. Remove the bottle from the water and give it a good shake and it will be all good again.