Absolute Oils are highly concentrated and aromatic oils that are extracted from plants through a process called solvent extraction. This method involves using a chemical solvent to remove the aromatic compounds from the plant material. Absolute oils contain a high concentration of the plant’s natural fragrance, making them popular in the perfume and fragrance industries. They are also used in aromatherapy for their therapeutic properties. Some common examples of absolute oils include rose, jasmine, and violet. However, due to their extraction process, absolute oils are more expensive than essential oils and may carry a higher risk of irritation or sensitivity.
Absolute Oils in Canada