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Geranium Bourbon, Essential Oil

Essential Oils, Non-organic

Geranium Bourbon, Essential Oil

O&3 presents Geranium Bourbon, Essential Oil

O&3 presents Geranium Bourbon, Essential Oil. Cultivated & distilled in Madagascar this oil carries a beautiful rosy scent, so if you are looking for a floral addition, look no further. The leaves, stalks & flowers of the plant are all used to produce this ingredient that is most commonly used in perfume formulations. It does however sit very well in any cream & lotion formulations, especially when blended with other essential oils such as Jasmine & Sandalwood.

  • Product code
  • INCI Listing
    Pelargonium Graveolens Flower Oil
  • Manufacturing Method
    O&3 can confirm Geranium Bourbon, Essential Oil is produced via Steam Distillation.
  • Origin
    O&3 can confirm that Geranium Bourbon, Essential Oil Origin is Madagascar.
  • CAS Number
    90082-51-2 / 8000-46-2
  • EINCS Number
  • Customs Tariff Code
    3301 2941 00
  • Functionality

    Cultivated & processed in Madagascar.

    A beautiful rosy/ floral scent.

    A common perfume ingredient & widely used in cream & lotion formulations.                            

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