Raw Materials for Fragrance Creation
- The Perfumer's Apprentice
They offer aroma chemicals and other supplies in small quantities. Our order arrived promptly. Other than that, I can tell you nothing about the company.
Much for perfume creators.
Worldwide source of fine chemicals for perfumery.
- Vigon International
Vigon sells in relatively small quantities.
Botanicals, fragrances, essential oils, herbs and spices. $150 minimum order. They sell in quantities as small as 1 pound.
- Ungerer & Company
Aroma chemicals, essential oils for fine fragrances.
- Berjé Inc.
Berjé is a global distributor of Essential Oils and Aromatic Chemicals with over sixty years of experience supplying to the Flavor / Fragrance / Pharmaceutical and Allied trades. We maintain 3,000 items in inventory providing distribution from facilities in New Jersey, Los Angeles and Chicago.
- Liberty Natural Products
Specialized in supplying natural aroma materials. They offer both smaller and bulk quantities.
- White Lotus Aromatics
"...essential oils, absolutes, CO2 extracts, attars, and hydrodistilled essences..." Very interesting website!
- Fisher Scientific
Fisher supplies both its own branded chemicals and acts as a broker for other chemistry houses. You can order with a credit card.
- Aromatic International (U.S.)
"We are custom creators, manufacturers, and distributors of fragrances and fragrance ingredients"
- Medicine Flower
Medicine Flower essential oils are 100% pure botanical oils produced by distillation, CO2, solvent or expression of different parts of the plant. Now all of our essential oils are organically grown, wild-crafted or pesticide-free.
- The Jojoba Company
Jojoba, nothing but jojoba!
- Perfumers World
Located in Thailand, they offer essential oils in quantities as small as 10 grams as well as larger quantities. Worldwide shipping.
- De Hekserij
Dutch company that sells raw materials in small amounts. Catalog at their website. International shipping.
Worldwide source of fine chemicals for perfumery.
- Ungerer & Company
Aroma chemicals, essential oils for fine fragrances.
- Payan Bertrand
Since 1854 the company focused on the treatment of local (Grasse) aromatic raw materials such as jasmine, rose, violet leaf or mimosa, then widen its expertise on imported raw materials such as patchouli, tonka beans, ambrette, styrax, benzoin, etc. The company has constantly improved its production tools : from distillation, the company focused then on new techniques such as enfleurage then on volatile solvent extractions in the twenties. The company then developed fractioned distillation techniques in the fifties and more recently the molecular distillation.
- A. & E. Connock (U.K.)
A & E Connock is an international supplier of raw materials for the personal care industry. Range of products includes perfumes, essential oils, vegetable oils, jojoba products, waxes, exfoliants, fatty alcohols and acids, amines, silicones, emulsifiers, esters, herbal extracts, fruit extracts, dried herbs & flowers, colours, glitters and many other special cosmetic additives.
- A. Fakhry & Co. (Egypt)
Crafters of Essential Oils from Egypt, since 1955. Over 130 products (100% pure & natural) in conventional and organic ranges. Conventional Essential Oils, Concretes/Resinoids, Absolutes, Concrete Waxes, Organic Essential Oils, Extracts, Hydrolates/Floral Waters, Dried herbs & spices specialties (Jasmine, Bitter Orange blossoms & rinds,...) 1081, Corniche El Nil, Cairo 11451, Egypt. Tel. +20 2 795-0685 Fax. +20 2 794 4198. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Agan Aroma & Fine Chemicals (Israel)
"Through its modern facilities, international network and proven expertise, the company offers convenient and affordable access to the highest quality synthetic fragrance ingredients."
- Albert Vieille (France)
"Marius Laborma, the founder in 1920 of our company started by commercializing bigarade orange peels. He then developed his activities by importing aromatic plants and essential oils as well as distilling and extracting local plants & flowers, such as rose, orange or orrisroot. Activities in Grasse were at its peak; the town rightly honored itself with this title: World perfume capital. Albert Vieille, in 1968, takes charge of the company's activities. He must be credited with the development of the entire importation network. With Georges Ferrando, chairman since 1992, three development lines have been stressed upon: opening new markets, production (through the acquisition of Aromazur, an aromatic raw materials production facilities set nearby Seville, Spain) as well as Research & Development."
- Anupam Industries (India)
"ANUPAM INDUSTRIES, one of the pioneer names in the field of incense (agarbatties),camphor tablets & dhoop sticks, has been established in the year 1960 by 'Shri KANTIBHAI H GUDKA' in Mumbai, (commercial capital of India). ANUPAM has been actively involved in the manufacturing of above products. Later on, ANUPAM diversified into trading of aroma chemicals, natural essential oils, resinoids and other related products, manufactured by Indian and International manufacturers."
Offers pure essential oils.
- International Flavors & Fragrances, Inc. (IFF)
One of the world's largest suppliers of aroma materials. They sell only to the trade (i.e., "established" companies)
- LLuch Essence S.L.
/In 1950 Jos? Maria LLuch de Grau and Alberto Lluch Boada founded JM. & A. LLuch. The company started being the agent in Spain for many international companies who produced essential oils and aroma chemicals for the flavours and fragrance industry.
- Chem Finder (UK)
Ethyl alcohol and many other perfumery raw materials.
- P.P. Sheth & Co.
Fragrances, essential oils and aroma chemicals from India, China and Europe. Distributor for DROM Fragrances International.
- The Essential Oil Company
Fragrance oils in smaller sizes and in bulk.
Steffen Arctander's Perfume and Flavor Materials of Natural Origin was first published in 1960 and is the classic, authoritative reference for natural products used in perfumes, scents, flavorings, foods, and medicine throughout the world. Part One defines and describes processing methods used to extract or refine the products into usable form; Part Two includes more than 500 monographs on the natural raw materials used to produce perfumes, flavorings, etc. Appendices include a classification of important materials by their scent, and worldwide production figures for major products. Fully indexed, the book also includes 62 pages of photographs, making this the standard reference work on natural materials for perfumers and flavor chemists. The preface contains practical descriptions of available materials, their origin, production and processing methods, appearance, odor and flavor type with brief notes on their main constituents, replacements and common adulterants.
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Now when you make your own perfume you can make it fully "commercial" meaning you will be creating a product ready for regular, continuous sales to friends, relatives, and the public! If the fragrance you've made has already won praise, why not share it with others? Some might pay you for it and want it for their web stores or retail boutiques! Creating your own perfume from dropper bottles: Methods, mechanics, and mathematics guides you through steps that can turn your hobby project into a perfume business. Discover how close you are now and how little more you must do to take what you made with essential oils and dropper bottles into a business of your own! For an introduction to this book, watch this video.
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