Purity of Essential Oils:
CPTG® Quality Test

The most important characteristic of essential oil is its level of purity. When essential oil is diluted or mixed, it becomes less effective and can even be dangerous.

Diluted oil means that a natural or synthetic ingredient is added during the production process, so that the original oil is no longer pure, and the quality of the oil is now lower.

Not all essential oil companies choose to enforce testing standards for their oils. In fact, many companies skip important steps in the testing process in order to save money or time. Unfortunately, when proper testing measures are not taken, it is impossible to guarantee that essential oil is truly "pure".

To ensure that each bottle of essential oil is pure and free of contaminants or synthetic materials, we use only oils that have passed the CPTG (Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade®) test.

The CPTG process includes careful testing of each oil molecule, along with third-party testing to ensure maximum transparency.

Some people ask "Is the purity of essential oil really matters?" The answer is yes - pure essential oil is the key to all its virtues.

When using oil diluted or mixed with synthetic fillers, you will not get the full natural benefits of the plant.

In some cases, low quality oils can even be dangerous and endanger your health. On the other hand, the use of pure essential oils is very safe and effective.