Quality of Essential Oils

Three major factors determine quality of essential oils. First is extraction process of oil. Second, species of plant used. Last but not least, part of plant is used to extract oil. This is because, oil from flower might be different from oil from bark of same plant.

It is not easy for a customer to differentiate oils from different species of the plant. After all, they may smell and look similar to each other. Therefore, many suppliers mix oils from different species to cut costs. But this reduces purity and quality of essential oils. Only advance laboratory tests can determine quality of essential oils. It is important that you check packaging label for detailed information. Label should contain botanical name of plant and extraction process.

Most common extraction method is steam based distillation. However superior CO2 extraction method is also gaining popularity in industry. Therefore, essential oils from CO2 process are more costly. This is due to high manufacturing costs involved in process.

Species of plant is very important for quality of essential oils
Essential oil can be found in wild and cultivated plants.

Quality measures at Droplet care

We are sourcing our material from various continents. We test every supply of material in our labs. Our vendors and farmers share same high quality standards. We print species of plant and extraction processed used on our every product label. Droplet is a customer centric organization. Therefore, if you need any additional information about our products, please feel free to reach out to us. 

Droplet care takes utmost care to make sure our every product can meet highest quality standards. Our quality of essential oils is one of best in market. We work closely with every stake holder in value chain to maintain high quality standards.