"searching for quality materials"

    "searching for quality materials"

    post #1 of 6
    Thread Starter 

    Hi everyone

    I have a couple of questions about materials and I would like any suggestions feedback or comments. I am looking for a good perfumers alcohol , a place to purchase good quality bottles and equipment for blending and of course essential oils. If anyone has some good leads please let me know. If there is anything I can share information wise then I would be more than happy to do so. I am new here so just getting started.

    Its great to have a meeting point for creative artisans.:dankk2:

    post #2 of 6

    Perfumer's Search Page may help in your quest...

    http://perfumersearch.com

    Where are you located? Knowing where you are would help with finding local sources of alcohol for you.

    post #3 of 6

    Yup, need to know where you live...

    post #4 of 6

    Also, we need to know what requirements you have for alcohol, Like: Organic, type of denaturant desired, etc.

    post #5 of 6
    Thread Starter 
    Thanks for your responses folks. I am between London L.A but the main studio is Portland Oregon so I spend most of my time in Portland.
    My perfumes are both synthetic and natural and I do like the idea of organic.
    post #6 of 6

    regular, non-organic Perfumers alcohol can be had at Remet, in Los Angeles, tell them I sent you. I just spoke to the VP at a trade show this week.

    Someone else may knopw where to get the Organic, but I think it's in the Pacific Nothwest.

    Use the Perfumers Search, made by Mark Evans who mentioned it above to find EO's from good suppliers.

    But in the USA in general:Liberty Naturals, Eden Botanicals, White Lotus Aromatics, Floracopeia, Appalachian Valley natural products, Nemat International, Camden Grey, Perfumers Apprentice, essentialoils.com, essential7.com,those are the most accessible, with online sales and information. Then there's also higher volume dealers like Prima Fleur, Essential Oil University, and others around. Most often we stay away from New Directions, worldwide, their reputationhas been impuned, they're a supplier of last resort. IN UK, Hermitage is very good. Other UK people will have to fill in other suppliers of repute.

    Bestbottles,www.bottlesetc.com/ in Los Angeles, Nemat, these are all bottles suppliers.

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    9/29/13 at 12:26am

    CLPERFUME said:



    Hi everyone

    I have a couple of questions about materials and I would like any suggestions feedback or comments. I am looking for a good perfumers alcohol , a place to purchase good quality bottles and equipment for blending and of course essential oils. If anyone has some good leads please let me know. If there is anything I can share information wise then I would be more than happy to do so. I am new here so just getting started.

    Its great to have a meeting point for creative artisans.:dankk2:

    9/29/13 at 4:09pm

    Mark said:



    Perfumer's Search Page may help in your quest...

    http://perfumersearch.com

    Where are you located? Knowing where you are would help with finding local sources of alcohol for you.

    9/29/13 at 4:34pm

    pkiler said:



    Yup, need to know where you live...

    9/29/13 at 4:35pm

    pkiler said:



    Also, we need to know what requirements you have for alcohol, Like: Organic, type of denaturant desired, etc.

    9/29/13 at 5:46pm

    CLPERFUME said:



    Thanks for your responses folks. I am between London L.A but the main studio is Portland Oregon so I spend most of my time in Portland.
    My perfumes are both synthetic and natural and I do like the idea of organic.

    9/29/13 at 6:58pm

    pkiler said:



    regular, non-organic Perfumers alcohol can be had at Remet, in Los Angeles, tell them I sent you. I just spoke to the VP at a trade show this week.

    Someone else may knopw where to get the Organic, but I think it's in the Pacific Nothwest.

    Use the Perfumers Search, made by Mark Evans who mentioned it above to find EO's from good suppliers.

    But in the USA in general:Liberty Naturals, Eden Botanicals, White Lotus Aromatics, Floracopeia, Appalachian Valley natural products, Nemat International, Camden Grey, Perfumers Apprentice, essentialoils.com, essential7.com,those are the most accessible, with online sales and information. Then there's also higher volume dealers like Prima Fleur, Essential Oil University, and others around. Most often we stay away from New Directions, worldwide, their reputationhas been impuned, they're a supplier of last resort. IN UK, Hermitage is very good. Other UK people will have to fill in other suppliers of repute.

    Bestbottles,www.bottlesetc.com/ in Los Angeles, Nemat, these are all bottles suppliers.





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