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Vanilla (High Vanilline) Oil

Vanilla (High Vanilline) Oil

A rich, sweet, creamy vanilla scent with slight floral notes that blend well with sandalwood, vetiver, bergamot, grapefruit, geranium. lavender, ylang ylang and jasmine. Frequently used in aromatherapy, body care products, hair care, and cold process and melt and pour soap making. This wonderful vanilla oil has a high 15% vanilline content giving it a stronger, creamy, rich vanilla scent. Extracted through enfleurage, a technique of extracting aromatic oils that goes back thousands of years.
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$4.55  

Product Details:

  • High Vanilline Vanilla Oil
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Aromatic Summary: rich, sweet, creamy vanilla scent with slight floral notes.
  • Aromatic Strength: Strong
  • Aromatic Note: Base
  • Blends well with other essential oils including sandalwood, vetiver, bergamot, grapefruit, geranium. lavender, ylang ylang and jasmine.
  • High Vanilline Vanilla Oil is extracted via enfleurage from the fruit of the vanilla plant. 
  • Vanilla is a perennial vine with green stems and large white flowers, producing green fruits which are fermented and cured to become the fragrant brown vanilla pods.
  • Vanilla is native to Central America and Mexico.

15% Vanilline Content

Technical Information:

  • Botanical Name: Vanilla planifolia
  • INCI: Vanilla planifolia (Fruit) Oil
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Plant Part: Fruit
  • Extraction Method: Enfleurage
  • Colour: Pale brown liquid.

Not suitable for Anhydrous (oil based) products or Candle Making

Enfleurage is a technique of extracting aromatic oils that goes back thousands of years. It works on the simple principle that fats dissolve essential oils and thereby absorb their aromas. The vanilla bean is soaked in purified fats to absorb the aromatic oils and then soaked in alcohol. The aromatic oils migrate to the alcohol, which is then separated from the fat, and then the alcohol is evaporated leaving only the aromatic oil. 

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