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Wholesale Pure Essential Oils (50mL) for Aromatherapy (Lavender Citronella Lemon Grass Eucalyptus..)
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Wholesale Pure Essential Oils (50mL) for Aromatherapy (Lavender Citronella Lemon Grass Eucalyptus..)


Customer who recommended this item
1967 (Based on 2091 reviews)
Customer Satisfaction Score
90%
  • Product 90%/100%
  • Price 90%/100%
  • Delivery 90%/100%
  • Service 90%/100%
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Origin Country Condition New Product
Shipping From Domestic (Singapore)
Material Natural Pure Essential OIls
Payment Method VISA, MasterCard, JCB Card, PayPal, E-Nets, AXS, Convenience Store, Cash Deposit, Q·account
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Brief Description Geranium Lavender Frankincense Lemon Grass Citronella Peppermint Eucalyptus Sweet Orange Bergamot Cedarwood Palmarosa Ylang Ylang Wintergreen Pine Needle Thyme Basil
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Dec 16, 2017
rdr*******

Highly Recommend Fast delivery

Well packed. Received in three days via mail.

Choose type:Bergamot(+S$4)

Dec 15, 2017
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Dec 14, 2017
ong*******

Highly Recommend Fast delivery & good condition

Received in good condition Smell ok

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Dec 14, 2017
shi*******

Highly Recommend Quick delivery

Items as delivered, have yet to open but looks good

Choose type:Lavender(+S$4)

Dec 13, 2017
che*******

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FAQ
Seller

As an essential oil evaporates and diffuses into the air, each individual constituents within does so at different rate. First the high notes followed by the middle notes and then the lower notes. The overall scent slowly change over time during diffusion as these volatile constituents evaporate and scent the air around us. The original smell may not be present towards the tail end. If you are using a burner with a few drops of essential oil, the scent changes through an hour or so. If you are using reed diffusers, it may be over a few weeks to a month depending on the volume of oil used. So naturally, there will be difference between an old and new bottle of essential oil. With the new, all of the oil constituents are intact while the old are missing most of the high and middle notes towards the tail end of the diffusion process.

FAQ
Seller

The easiest way of diffusing essential oils is simply using reed sticks/diffusers, dropping them on cotton balls, tissue paper, dried flowers or potpourri. If you want a more convenient and hassle free method, a fan diffuser is your best choice. It diffuses by aided air flow from a high quality fan to enhance the evaporation of essential oils and distributing the scent into the air and surrounding area. No heat or candle is used that might damage beneficiat constituents of the essential oils.

FAQ
Seller

Never smell essential oil directly from a bottle because you will just get the top note. These are the light and volatile constituents that have evaporated and stay at the top of the bottle. The true essences will be in the rest of the bottle. The proper way is to gently rotate the bottle and place a drop or two on a scent testing strip, paper towel, cotton ball or tissue paper. Again, don't smell directly, instead, gently wave it about two/three inches away from the nose. Slowly take a whiff. The smell should be very characteristic of the essential oil that you are testing and should not be overwhelming.

FAQ
Seller

The only time essential oils can smell the same is if they were extracted in the same factory with the same batch of raw materials havested in the same period. Most essential oils from different brands will smell slightly different from each other due to different source and batches of raw materials and extraction processes in different countries. The core characteristics should not deviate too much. It can be more spicy (camphorous), less flora or sweeter, but they should never be totally different. On top of this, there are different species of the same plant family to consider. To complicate matters more, the same specie grown on different soils at different times of the year will also have their own uniqueness in tone and depth in their scent. Kindly do not have the expectation that essential oils of the same name should all smell exactly the same (whether you purchase from us or other sellers).

FAQ
Seller

Most pure essential oils cannot be used undiluted directly on the skin. They should be diluted properly with carrier oils before use. Lavender and Tea Tree are both generally recognised as safe to apply undiluted directly on the skin. But there are exceptions to the rule.

FAQ
Seller

The proper way of storing essential oils is to keep them away from exposure to light. As they are pure natural oils, they will turn rancid or degrade very fast when exposed to light. As such, the best way is to use aluminium bottles to store them. This will best preserve their freshness for delivery to our customers. Aluminium bottles are capped to prevent leakage problems and provide adequate protection from harsh handling during shipping.

FAQ
Seller

The essential oils sold in our online shop are just what they are - pure natural unadulterated essential oils. They are not fragrance oil or essential oils concentrate. Please do not mix them up. They come as naturally as they were extracted from their raw ingredients. As to what grade our essential oils belong to? Grade A, B, C or therapeutic grade? We'd love to say they are therapeutic grade but in reality, there is no governmental regulating body that grades or certifies essential oils as "A B or C" or "therapeutic grade" or "aromatherapy grade.".

FAQ
Seller

By operating our business online, we save on rentals for a retail shop space and staff cost. We did away with costly fanciful bottling and packaging for practical aluminium bottles that offers the best protection for the essential oils within. We are thus able to lower of cost and pass these savings to our customers without compromising on service and quality. We believe in providing authentic essential oils at fair pricing that will be satisfactory to our customers.

Answered
2017-12-10
che*******
User

Hi! Are your essential oils suitable for making soy candles?

User

Dear Customer,

Yes, our essential oils are suitable for making soy candle.

Best regards,
PEOScents

User

Great! May I check what is the flashpoint for your essential oils, pls?

User

Dear Customer,

Different essential oils have different flashpoints. Could you be more specific in which essential oil you are interested ?

Best regards,
PEOScents

User

I’m interested in palmarosa, lavender and peppermint. Thanks!

User

Dear Customer,

Lavender is 104 deg C.
Palmarosa is 90 deg C.
Peppermint is 66 deg C.

Best regards,
PEOScents

User

Thanks!

User

You are welcomed.

Answered
2017-12-09
hel*******
User

Hi is your essential oil graded as 100% pure ? Thanks

User

Dear Customer,

The essential oils sold in our online shop are just what they are - pure natural unadulterated essential oils. They are not fragrance oil or essential oils concentrate and come as naturally as they were extracted from their raw ingredients.

For more information, please refer to our FAQ on our page : How pure are the essential oils? What grade are they?

Best regards,
PEOScents

Answered
2017-12-01
pig*******
User

Hi Seller, can the lemon oil, peppermint oil and orange oil be used in food and drinks for flavouring like lemon zest ?

User

Dear Customer,

These essential oils are for External Use only and not for consumption.

Best Regards,
PEOScents

Answered
2017-11-27
viv*******
User

Secret Inquiry

User

Secret Inquiry

Answered
2017-11-11
ssa*******
User

Can I drop few drops of lemon essential oil in the washing machine (softerner compartment) to cleanse and add frangrant to my clothes?

User

Dear Customer,

Using the oil during washing might not be effective as amount of water is too much.

The proper way is during the drying cycle or in a dryer. Drop a few drops on a piece of separate fabric (not your clothing) and place it in dryer together with your clothing.

Best regards,
PEOScents

User

Tks

User

You are welcomed.

Answered
2017-11-06
Niq*******
User

Hi. Can these be used internally? Or are these just for external use?

User

Dear Customer,

The essential oils are for external use only.

Best regards,
PEOScents

User

Noted. Thank you.

User

Dear Customer,

You are wecomed.

Best regards,
PEOScents

Answered
2017-10-30
i_l*******
User

Hi want to check is your sweet orange, lemon and other citrus oils extracted via distilled method or cold pressed?

User

Dear Customer,

These oils are extracted via cold pressed.

Thanks,
PEOScents

Answered
2017-10-17
den*******
User

Hi,
Is the thyme oil, white thyme?
I could not find the botanical name in the list.

Thanks!

User

Dear Customer,

The botanical name for the Thyme essential oil is Thymus Vulgaris.
It is not white thyme.

Best regards,
PEOScents

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