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Freesia Oil

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Floral, Complex

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Description

As we embrace new beginnings, it’s time to bid farewell to some of our beloved scents. We are discontinuing Anise, Bay, Dogwood, Fig, Freesia, Lily, Myrtle, Narcissus, and Orris from our collection.

While saying goodbye is a tender moment, limited quantities of these scents may still be available, offering you a final chance to enjoy these classic aromas. We encourage you to reach out if you wish to purchase any of these retired scents by clicking here.

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Freesia Oil, floral and complex, is traditionally associated with attraction and purification.

Sun’s Eye oils are highly concentrated blends of essential and fragrance oils that are synthesized from a wide variety of ingredients. Our oils are petroleum-free, paraben-free, DBP and DEHP-free, as well as vegan—meaning no animal products or testing.

Sun’s Eye oils can be used to scent your home, car, or body. We offer aromatherapy lockets, bracelets, diffusers, and aroma lamps for diffusing our oils. Transform your favorite Sun’s Eye aroma into a body fragrance or more by diluting our body-grade oils with our Bohemian Alchemy carrier oil for limitless possibilities. Explore the Variety of Uses tab to unlock the magic of Sun’s Eye oils in candles, soaps, and beyond.

A range of sizes is offered from our convenient drop-down menu including .5 fl oz in glass, 4 fl oz in glass, 8 fl oz in glass, 8 fl oz in HDPE plastic bottle, 16 fl oz in glass, 16 fl oz in HDPE plastic bottle, and 32 fl oz in HDPE plastic bottle.

External use only. Do not ingest. Keep away from children and finished surfaces.

Our formulas are based on traditional and time-honored associations that are mindfully crafted with intention in mind. Our products are tools to remind the user of their intention. No guarantee of results is implied.

Variety of Uses

The following data presents the maximum concentrations and dilution ratios recommended for Sun’s Eye concentrated aromas and essential oils in adherence to IFRA safety standards and are not recipes to make these products.

Personal Fragrance

(Rollon or Spray)

52% max concentration

*15 ml concentrated aroma requires 14 ml carrier for dilution

1 part Sun’s Eye concentrated aroma for every 1 part carrier (1:1)

Body Fragrance

13% max concentration

*15 ml concentrated aroma requires 101 ml carrier for dilution

1 part Sun’s Eye concentrated aroma for every 7 parts carrier (1:7)

Bath Products

100% max concentration

Diffuser

100% max concentration

Room Spray

73% max concentration

*15 ml concentrated aroma requires 6 ml carrier for dilution

5 parts Sun’s Eye concentrated aroma for every 2 parts carrier (5:2)

Candles, Incense, and Accessories

100% max concentration

Flashpoint 169°

External use only. Not for use in lip balm.

*Please note that one 0.5 fl oz bottle of Sun’s Eye concentrated aroma or essential oil is equivalent to 15 ml. Ratios may have been rounded for convenience and ease of use.

Definitions and Terms

A carrier is used to dilute Sun’s Eye concentrated aromas or essential oils to carry the fragrance and meet IFRA safety standards.

Maximum concentration is the highest amount of a Sun’s Eye concentrated aroma or essential oil that should be used in a specific application to meet IFRA safety standards.

A flashpoint is the minimum temperature at which a liquid gives off enough vapor to ignite, and it is an important safety consideration when using heat and Sun’s Eye concentrated aromas and essential oils.

Uses as personal fragrance include fine fragrance of all types of hands free applications such as roll on or spray, eau de toilette, eau de parfum, eau de cologne, and solid perfume.

Uses as body fragrance include body creams, oils, lotions of all types, foot care products, all body powders and talcs (excluding baby powders and talcs), and insect repellent intended to be applied to the skin.

Uses as bath products include bath bombs, gels, foams, mousses, salts, oils and other products added to bathwater, body washes and shower gels of all types, liquid soap, shampoo of all types, conditioner (rinse-off), foot care products (for soaking), shaving creams of all types (stick, gels, foams, etc.), all depilatories and waxes for mechanical hair removal.

Uses as a diffuser include fragranced oil for lamp ring, reed diffusers, and pot-pourri.

Uses for room spray include aerosol and pump air freshener sprays of all types.

Uses for candles, incense, and accessories include candles of all types (including encased), incense, aromatherapy lockets, fragrancing sachets, air freshening crystals, and solid substrate materials (clay).

Ingredients

Fragrance, limonene, linalool, essential sweet orange peel oil (citrus aurantium dulcis peel), essential lemon oil (citrus limon peel), hydroxycitronellal, alpha-isomethyl ionone, essential petitgrain oil (citrus reticulata leaf), geraniol, benzyl benzoate, citronellol, coumarin, eugenol, benzyl alcohol, citral, benzyl salicylate, hexyl cinnamal, farnesol, cinnamal, essential ylang ylang oil (cananga odorata flower), essential clove leaf oil (eugenia caryophyllus leaf), essential cassia oil (cinnamomum cassia leaf), essential eucalyptus oil (eucalyptus globulus leaf), essential mandarin oil (citrus nobilis peel), styrax benzoin resin extract, essential thyme oil (thymus vulgaris flower & leaf), essential tagetes oil (tagetes minuta flower)

Fragrance

Fragrance, also known as aromatic compounds are ingredients that are used to provide pleasing scent to aromas.

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Limonene

Found naturally in citrus and other essential oils, limonene provides fresh and penetrating citrus notes.

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Linalool

Found naturally in many plants and essential oils, including rose, mint, lavender, and basil but also synthesized, linalool is used to give fragrances a sweet, floral, and citrusy aroma.

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Essential Sweet Orange Peel Oil

(citrus aurantium dulcis peel)

Extracted from the peel of citrus x aurantium, essential sweet orange peel oil is used to give fragrances a rich, sweet, citrusy aroma reminiscent of freshly squeezed orange juice.

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Essential Lemon Oil

(citrus limon peel)

The tart, refreshing, and sweet scent of essential lemon oil is used by many to enhance calm, improve mental clarity and focus, and increase positivity.

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Hydroxycitronellal

Hydroxycitronellal is a synthetic compound used to give fragrances a sweet and subtly floral aroma reminiscent of lily of the valley.

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Alpha-isomethyl Ionone

While found naturally in Brewer’s yeast and the mokryeon tree, alpha-isomethyl ionene is most often syntethically produced to add a floral and woody aroma reminiscent of orris.

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Essential Petitgrain Oil

(citrus reticulata leaf)

Essential petitgrain oil provides fragrances with a sweet yet floral and woody aroma. Many use it to help with calm and relaxation.

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Geraniol

Extracted from the flowers of many plants, including lavender, rose, citronella, and lemongrass, geraniol is used to give fragrances a fruity and sweet, rose-like aroma.

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Benzyl Benzoate

While benzyl benzoate is found naturally in many plants, it is often synthesized (using benzyl alcohol and benzoic acid) to maintain the lifespan of a fragrance and add a subtle sweet-balsamic aroma.

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Citronellol

Citronellol, a naturally occuring terpene found in many plants and essential oils, is added to fragrances to create a crisp, floral aroma reminiscent of roses.

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Coumarin

Found naturally in plants such as vanilla grass, tonka beans, and cinnamon, coumarin is used to add a sweet aroma reminiscent of vanilla.

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Eugenol

Found naturally in many plants and essential oils including nutmeg, cinnamon, turmeric, and thyme, eugenol is most often extracted from clove and adds a spicy, clove-like aroma.

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Benzyl Alcohol

Found naturally in cocoa, mushrooms, some fruits and essential oils but also synthesized for industry, benzyl alcohol is used as a fixative to stabilize a fragrance’s aroma and preserve its lifespan.

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Citral

Found naturally in some plants and essential oils, including orange and lemongrass, citral is often synthesized and gives fragrances a strong lemon aroma.

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Benzyl Salicylate

While benzyl salicylate occurs naturally in some plants and their essential oils, it is often synthesized (using benzyl alcohol and salicylic acid) to maintain the lifespan of a fragrance and add a sweet, floral aroma.

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Hexyl Cinnamal

While found naturally in chamomile and its essential oil, alpha-Hexylcinnamaldehyde (commonly called hexyl cinnamal) is most often syntethically produced to add a sweet, floral aroma reminiscent of jasmine.

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Farnesol

Found naturally in some plants and their essential oils, including lemongrass, citronella, ginger, and rose, farnesol is used to add a floral aroma to fragrances.

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Cinnamal

Found naturally in cinnamon, cassia, and camphor trees but also synthesized for industry, cinnamal gives fragrances the distinctly sweet and spicy aroma of cinnamon.

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Essential Ylang Ylang Oil

(cananga odorata flower)

Extracted from the flowers of the cananga tree, essential ylang ylang oil offers an aroma that is at once sweet, woody, floral, and spicy with a touch of balsam. Many use it to aid in balancing the sacral and solar plexus chakras.

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Essential Clove Leaf Oil

(eugenia caryophyllus leaf)

Extracted from the leaves of eugenia caryophyllus, essential clove leaf oil provides fragrances with a sweet and spicy, balsamic aroma.

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Essential Cassia Oil

(cinnamomum cassia leaf)

Essential cassia oil is used to give fragrances the bold and spicy aroma of cinnamon.

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Essential Eucalyptus Oil

(eucalyptus globulus leaf)

Extracted from the leaves of eucalyptus globulus, essential eucalyptus oil possesses a bright, green, and uniquely medicinal aroma.

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Essential Mandarin Oil

(citrus nobilis peel)

With its notable zest and sweet aroma, essential mandarin oil is used by many to increase the feeling of calm and contentment and to uplift mood.

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Styrax Benzoin Resin Extract

Styrax benzoin resin extract lends a rich, sweet, and gentle vanilla-like scent with hints of cinnamon. Many use it for calming, grounding, and doing root chakra work.

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Essential Thyme Oil

(thymus vulgaris flower & leaf)

Extracted from the flowers and leaves of thymus vulgaris, essential thyme oil provides a richly layered aroma that is sweet, herbal, and warm with hints of balsam and pepper.

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Essential Tagetes Oil

(tagetes minuta flower)

Extracted from the flowers of tagetes minuta, essential tagetes oil is used to give fragrances a fresh, sweet, and herbaceous aroma with hints of green apple.

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Additional information

Weight0.125 lbs
Package Dimensions1.5 × 1.5 × 3.5 in
Size

.5 fl oz, 4 fl oz in glass, 8 fl oz in glass, 8 fl oz in HDPE, 16 fl oz in glass, 16 fl oz in HDPE

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