Essential Oil Classification

Level 4 (D) - perfume dew, pure dew or flower water

Pure dew or flower water is a kind of 100% saturated distillation liquid separated from essential oil in the process of distillation and extraction, which is natural, pure, gentle and skin-friendly. Pure dew extraction-distillation method mixes new and modern plant petals and distilled water into distiller according to a certain proportion, boils on fire, carries strong plant aromatic essential oil with water vapor to form a vapor state containing essential oil; after cooling process, condenses into liquid state by using temperature difference, and then separates out. Pure dew.

Level third (C) - perfume grade

Perfume class C oil is perfume grade oil, usually with a mixture of chemical solvents or perfume, and is used for high yield.

Generally speaking, the concentration of perfume is mainly divided into 5 grades:

Flavor (Perfume): the concentration is above 20%.

Perfume (EaudePerfume): the concentration is between 10-20%.

Eau De Toilette (EaudeToilette): the concentration is between 5-12%.

Eaude Cologen: Concentration is only 3-6%

Clear perfume (EauFraiche): the concentration is only 1-2%

Level 2 (B) - Food grade

Food grade B essential oils are food grade and contain synthetic materials, pesticides, fertilizers, chemical/synthetic agents, or vehicle oils (base oils).

First Class (A) - Pure Essential Oil

Pure Essential Oil A grade essential oil is pure medical grade quality (the highest grade), which is distilled by natural organic plants with steam at appropriate temperature. Essential oil products are certified by the industry's highest quality standards through gas chromatography (GC) and mass spectrometry (GC-Mass) testing, meeting or exceeding the certification standards of the International Organization for Standardization (USDANOP, Australian ACO, BFA and IFOA).

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