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Where should I put my essential oil?/How to use?
Essential oils will absorb into any part of your skin, but they absorb more fully where sebum is not present. Because of this, the soles of your feet are an excellent place to apply your oils!
When do essential oils expire? Essential oils can be used for up to 3 years if stored properly.
*They need to be kept cool, and the lid should always be tightly sealed.
Where do essential oils come from? Essential oils come from plants. Esssential oils come from various species of flowers, grasses, fruits, leaves and trees. They are found the bark, seeds, leaves, petals, stems and roots.
How are essential oils made? Essential oils are an oil which has typically been distilled—usually using steam or water.
*There are currently 4 methods to which essential oils are made.
This is the primary way that true essential oils are collected from plant material (except for citrus). Steam Distillation is the simplest method: a vessel containing water and the chopped or crushed plant material is heated by a direct flame, and the water vapor and volatile oil are recovered by a water-cooled condenser.
This method is used exclusively to collect citrus essential oils, cold expression is when the outer skin (or rind) of citrus fruit is put under pressure to release the essential oil. The collected liquid is then put through a centrifuge to separate the essential oil from the juice of the fruit.
Solvent extraction involves soaking plant material in a solvent to draw the fragrance out in a liquid called an absolute. The resulting mixture is then processed several times to separate the absolute from the solvent and any plant residue.
This method uses carbon dioxide as a solvent to produce something called an extract. When carbon dioxide reaches a certain temperature, it enters a state between a liquid and a gas. When the CO2 returns to its natural gaseous state, it dissipates completely, leaving behind a pure essential oil-like compound.