Natural fragrances are made up of a blend of essential oils, isolates from essential oils, and isolates created from bio-fermentation.

Essential oils: Blends of aroma molecules native to specific plants that are harvested via steam distillation. In this process, steam is passed through plant material, and during the cooling period, the steam and essential oil are separated.

Isolates: Specific aroma molecules found in essential oils and harvested via a process known as fractionated distillation. Essential oils are warmed, and as they cool, the individual isolates are separated out.

Isolates from bio-fermentation: Specific bacteria can produce the same aroma chemicals found in plants by using a unique process. These specific bacteria are introduced into a sugar solution, and as they interact with the solution, they form aroma chemicals that are then fractionated out and used in perfumery.

All three of these processes yield natural forms of aroma chemicals that, when blended together, create unique, natural designer fragrances. Our natural fragrance blends are certifiable to numerous natural and organic standards for personal care products worldwide.