Clary Sage Essential Oil: Clary Sage is well known for its balancing properties. Long used in perfumery as a fixative, it can also increase the tenacity of the perfume, and add a warm note to essential oil blends. Bramble Berry's Clary Sage is sourced in America and smells richer and smoother than the Russian or Chinese sourced Clary Sage.
Distillation Method: Steam Distillation Country of Origin: USA Botanical Name: Salvia Sclarea Part: Leaves
Flashpoint: The flashpoint of this oil is 200ºF.
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This scent is so sophisticated, it smells as expensive as it is and worth every penny. Great as a stand alone or a blender, although it feels criminal to blend such a lovely, classy and expensive scent. My clients love it, both men and women. I'm so hooked on this stuff. A little in my bath, in my soap, in my lotion, straight on my pulse for a natural perfume. It's delicious!
This clary sage is really lovely. Smooth and just right. A wonderful and versatile blender. I used in a perfume I made, and it really mellowed it. This mixes well with many other things. It is pricey for soaps but fine for other uses.
This is one I might save for my personal soaps! It is a favorite without yet having soaped with it..thanks Brambleberry....I am usually a Dior girl...I think I could be converted!
Clary sage is my favorite! It's light and kind of herbal, kind of floral, very interesting and unisex when blended. I suggest blending it because it's a little bit pricey but mostly because it works so well with other EOs--cedarwood and lavender being my favorites! It's a little bit expensive but so worth it, especially if you're looking for something special to add to your creations!
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