When I was an auto mechanic, I used alot of R-12 (dichlorodifluoromethane), which contains only mineral oil for the sole purpose of lubricating the internal parts of the car's air conditioning system. When we switched over to HFC - 134a (Dupont's Suva), which didn't tear as much of a hole in the ozone, contained only Polyalkylene glycol (PAG) and polyol ester (POE). To extract it from the gas itself it had to be heated in the a presence of copper, steel, and aluminum strips in an oven for to weeks at 175°C (347°F). If the perfume industry uses it as a component in its manufacturing I'd be very surprised. I'm not saying they don't, just that I've never heard of it. If they're using these lubricants as "essential oils", that's scary. I'll take the agarwood anyday.
Oh, and welcome to the forum InLaos