What are Scented Body Oils and Fragrance Oils?

What are Scented Body Oils?

Here at Unique Oils, we sell different genre of body oils (i.e. Ladies, Mens, Unisex, Adult, Essential Oils, etc.)  Our body oils are not diluted by agents like DPG or IPM.  They contain carrier oils so they can be used directly on the skin.  Body oils come in a variety of scents and can be packaged in roll-ons, made into cologne, blended into gels, body butters and lotions or created into soaps and candles (*testing should be done for best results).

Body Oils have many benefits over using cologne spray from major department stores.  Some people cannot use cologne and prefer to use natural body oils instead.  It does not cause the reaction that they were getting from colognes.

Also, our body oils have designer names on them but they are not from the original manufacturer.  This is the reason that all our design body oils have the word "type" at the end of the fragrance name.  

If we had to name some of a favorites and/or top selling fragrances, they are:

Superior or 24K Egyptian Musk, Creed, Pussycat, Burberry, Dolce Gabbana, Issey Miyake, Beyonce, Ed Hardy, Victoria's Secret, Bond No. 9, Gucci and the CEO's favorite is Ibiza Hippie.

What are Fragrance Oils?

Our fragrance oils are the strongest and undiluted oils.  They are meant to be used to make soaps, candles, air fresheners, and so much more.  Fragrance Oils aren't meant to be used directly on the skin.  They need to be blend with a carrier oil first before using them.  Fragrance Oils are used in everyday products that you access in your home.  Dishwashing liquid, hand sanitizer, washing powder, satchets, air fresheners and so much more.  There are many interesting fragrances out there (hence our name is Unique Oils) like Nehi Grape, Birthday Cake, Hawaiian Splash, Hot Fudge Brownies to name a few.

We at Unique Oils love to bring interesting and Unique fragrances to our customers.  We strive to make sure our oils are the best.  

Author and CEO

Iris Montgomery, MBA


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