Cosmetic grade essential oils are made by mixing natural isolates from therapeutic grade essential oils. The resulting oil is also natural but is made cheaper by using isolates from cheaper plants. For example, to make carrot seed cosmetic oil, the active ingredient geranyl acetate and other actives from cheaper plants are used. To make geranium cosmetic essential oil, the isolates geraniol, citronellol and other aldehydes from citronella Java are used.
Cosmetic essential oils are therefore cheaper and are 100% natural but have no therapeutic benefits.
Our essential oils come in amber glass bottles without dripulators or droppers: 30ml sample size (24 neck), 60ml (28 neck), 100ml (28 neck), 250ml (28 neck), 500ml (28 neck).
1L comes in an aluminium bottle and 5L comes in a plastic jerrycan.
We have dripulators (buy them in Packaging) which fit the 28 neck glass bottles, but have no dripulator for the 30ml bottles (we can't find any).
Dripulators for the 28 neck 60ml, 100ml, 250ml and 500ml bottles can be bought separately from the Packaging section.
If you need precise drops for your products we suggest you buy our 20ml dropper bottles and transfer the oils. It is really difficult to find rubber droppers that don't perish with essential oils, so these are bought at your risk.