Fractionated coconut oil is a common carrier for perfume oils, due to its odorless scent and lack of greasy residue. It is also popular among massage therapists for their massage oils, for similar reasons. Its lack of greasy residue and overall colorlessness also means it is less likely to stain clothing than some other oils.
This is coconut oil that has been modified so that it remains liquid at room temperature. The liquid is remarkably thin – its molecules are even small enough to fit through the holes in many atomizers. Color and smell can vary from batch to batch, as with all natural products, but it is typically fairly clear and relatively odorless.
I love that this is true fractionated coconut oil. I’ve tried many different kinds that claim to be the real deal, but the molecules are always too big and leave a greasy film on t...view morehe skin. This one glides on smoothly from a roller ball and absorbs completely, with no greasy finish. view less
Unfortunately all the sents were horrible. I have been purchasing oils from multiple manufacturers for years and wanted to give your company a try. The quantity was unfortunately h...view moreugely disappointing. I had to place them in multiple plastic Ziploc bags and throw them away. I do have to say tho that I did enjoy the coconut oil and perfumer's alcohol. Those I might consider buying again but I will never but any oils again ever and If any friends ask I would recommend the same unfortunately. view less
I am so sorry, Phillip! It breaks my heart when someone doesn't like our fragrances. It looks like one of the ones you got was fresh cut grass - that's one of my personal favorites, too! Tobacco and smoke are not among my favs, but we do have some customers who are devoted to those. Just goes to show you, I guess- noses vary.
I am happy you were at least happy with the fractionated coconut oil and perfumer's alcohol, though!
Q: Could you advise whether Fractionated Coconut oil is Gluten Free, Paraben Free, Vegan and Cruelty Free?
I love this oil for blends and now my customers are asking above questions...thank you
Q: Hi! I have some oil based roller ball perfume that I would like to make it able to be sprayed/spritzed instead of rolled on. Is this what I would use to do that? If so, what ratio of this would I need to use and would it change the smell of the perfume oil that I have?
A:Yes, this is what you would use. It would not change the smell, only dilute it. However, there is a chance it won't work - if what you have is already oil-based, then the oil that is in it might not spray through the nozzle. Diluting it with this would increase your odds, but there...view more is no guarantee.view less