Beeyoutiful Essential Oils Behind the Scenes

How Beeyoutiful's Essential Oils Are Made

It seems everybody has heard of essential oils these days, but a lot of people are still unfamiliar with Beeyoutiful essential oils.  I’d love to introduce you to these fantastic products!

All of Beeyoutiful’s Essential Oils are produced utilizing only steam distillation or cold pressing with no additional ingredients added.  Most of the oils are extracted using steam, while the citrus oils (such as Orange and Lemon) are released through pressure.  If you’re interested in all the details of steam distillation and cold pressing, visit beeyoutiful.com and click on Blog in the top header bar.

Beeyoutiful uses plants from many sources.  Beeyoutiful’s essential oil labels always include the Latin scientific name of the plant, so you can know exactly what’s in each bottle.  This is important since not all varieties of the same plant have the same therapeutic properties.  The final quality of an essential oil involves many factors, so Beeyoutiful begins at a high level by weeding out things like old stale plant parts, and insisting on choosing the specific plant species used.

Beeyoutiful analyzes many components of every oil, including Specific Gravity, Refractive Index, Optical Rotation, Flash Point, Infrared Absorption (as published in FCC), Solubility, Taste/Odor, Color/Appearance, Heavy Metals and Predominant Active Chemical Components.  Beeyoutiful employs state-of-the-art analytical equipment that allows highly specialized analyses, such as Gas Chromatography and Infrared Spectrometry.  As a general guideline, Beeyoutiful follows the specifications used by the Essential Oils and Flavor Industry and published in The Essential Oils by Guenther, as well as Fenaroli’s Handbook of Flavor Ingredients.

Once an oil passes all of Beeyoutiful’s quality checks, it’s bottled, labeled, and ready for use in your home.  Beeyoutiful essential oils are 100% pure, unadulterated, uncontaminated, and undiluted.  Every batch is sample tested to make sure that this is so, before bottling, during bottling, and after bottling.  I invite you to read about these oils and to add some to your family’s home health supplies!  You, too, can Beeyoutify your pantry!  🙂

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