Essential Oil companies are greedy.

You should be getting more for your Essential Oil money.

Tight-fisted production budgets and unfair markups.

Essential Oil companies are notorious money-grubbers, and their products are typically marked up 6 to 12 times by the time they’re sold.

That means you’re mostly paying for dodgy gimmicks, unfair retail markups, sales commissions, and wholesaler’s profits.

Most Essential Oil companies use diluted ingredients and added synthetic compounds. But not us.

Introducing Flowgevity. Purity and Quality. Equally Important.

There are safe, organic, and pure oils that have been third party tested and proven to be authentic.

And that’s all you’ll find in our products. Specifically, we have a simple standard that we live by:

Every bottle of essential oil that comes through Flowgevity goes through rigorous testing, meaning you can trust that what we claim is in our bottles actually is.

Our essential oils are first organoleptically tested by our certified aromatherapists before being sent to a third party testing facility. Organoleptic testing means smelling the oil from a testing strip over time – some characteristics of an oil don’t reveal themselves until the oil has been evaporating for 30 minutes or more. This also includes evaluating the color, consistency and general appearance of an oil, and comparing it to what a good quality oil should look and smell like.

It makes our job harder, and we don’t make nearly as much profit per bottle as our competitors, but it means our products represent a standard by which all others can be judged. And that matters a lot to us.
Essential oils are composed of many chemical constituents (typically around 100). There are many factors that can affect the composition and quality of an oil, including where the plant was grown (country of origin, latitude, elevation) soil and weather conditions, time of day and time of year of harvest, and many other parameters of distillation

Essential oils with the same common name, such as Eucalyptus, Lemongrass or Wintergreen, may come from more than one species of plant. Others, such as Basil, Rosemary or Thyme, come from the same species, but they come in different ‘chemotypes’, which means there are significant differences in the composition from one chemotype to another. All of these factors potentially affect both quality and therapeutic effect. When we finally know what oil we are sampling we can then move on to the testing phase. We typically test 3-5 samples from different suppliers for every essential oil that we buy. Even when we re-purchase from the same supplier, we test the new batch of oil.

01. PROCESSING

Because of the growing popularity of essential oils and aromatherapy, there are many products on the market that may not be suitable for clinical use. They can be found nearly everywhere, from health food stores to discount stores to the Internet.

These products may include pure essential oils, but most of the time they are adulterated or diluted. That’s why all these brands can claim to be 100% pure.

02. PLANTS

The quality of essential oils can be negatively impacted by the use of pesticides and other chemicals, the variability in altitude, soil conditions and rainfall, and the difficulty of differentiating plant species and varieties.

02. PLANTS

The quality of essential oils can be negatively impacted by the use of pesticides and other chemicals, the variability in altitude, soil conditions and rainfall, and the difficulty of differentiating plant species and varieties.

03. PACKAGING & HAndling

Other considerations include packaging, storage, and handling. Chemical degradation can occur with exposure to heat, light, or oxygen.

 Essential oils from citrus products are especially prone to oxidation that can quickly alter the chemistry of those essential oils.

04. Too Much Artificial Junk

Many essential oils on the market are heavily contaminated or adulterated with synthetic chemicals. If you’re buying essential oils, it means you want something completely natural and safe.

 Make sure that you don’t inadvertently buy something you think is natural but turns out to be synthetic. 

04. Too Much Artificial Junk

Many essential oils on the market are heavily contaminated or adulterated with synthetic chemicals. If you’re buying essential oils, it means you want something completely natural and safe.

 Make sure that you don’t inadvertently buy something you think is natural but turns out to be synthetic. 

05. Impure Ingredients

When you want essential oils that are safe and effective, the most important thing to look for is purity.

 Pure essential oils will allow you to reap the full benefits that nature has to offer, and you can be confident knowing that they are safe to use with your family.

06. Crooked Marketing

Most essential oils can’t deliver even one-tenth of the purity claims made on their product labels, in their flashy, million-dollar ads, and by their squad of “Wellness Advocates.”

06. Crooked Marketing

Most essential oils can’t deliver even one-tenth of the purity claims made on their product labels, in their flashy, million-dollar ads, and by their squad of “Wellness Advocates.”

Cutting Costs, Direct to You.

 

Remember, you usually get what you pay for, and essential oils are no different. However, you shouldn’t have to pay upwards of $30 dollars for a 15ml bottle of Lavender Oil.

 We run our supply chain vertically and manufacture our products honestly. We cut out the middlemen to make great products and sell them at a fair price.