Where do you source your essential oils?

by FabulousFrannie

Honesty and transparency are very important to us at Fabulous Frannie. We’ve always believed that these qualities should be at the core of every business, and have made sure that they’re present in everything we do. This fact is so important to us because we know that you depend on and trust us to provide you with the finest and highest quality oils and products we can. We want you to rest assured that we don’t skip any corners on ensuring that this is the case. Some information needs to be kept proprietary out of necessity, and that includes the specifics of where our oils are sourced. This policy isn’t out of secrecy, but rather to protect the valuable relationships that we’ve created with our well-established distributers.

I’d be more than happy to answer any product specific questions you may have and/or provide you with Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) or a Certificates of Analysis (CofA) upon request.


*For informational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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Pamela Dragoo May 29, 2015 - 12:40 pm

Do you source your oils from their natural origins? How are they sourced? Are the lemon, peppermint, oregano and other food type oils safe to inject?

Thank you for all your information.

FabulousFrannie June 9, 2015 - 11:32 am

Hi Pamela! All of our oils come straight from the plant whose name they bare. Most of our oils are steam distilled, while our citrus oils are cold pressed since steam distillation is not an option (Vanilla is the only exception. It is distilled using a process called CO2, where the only addition is all-natural coconut oil).
Essential oils are safe to use in very small doses when cooking, and can add great flavor and nutrients. Here are some options for applying them to your favorite dishes. 1. Stir into dish just before serving so that they don’t evaporate. For stronger oils, like Oregano and Peppermint, simply dip a toothpick into the bottle. For lighter oils, like Lemon, add 1-2 drops. 2. You can also add 1 drop of essential oil to vegetable oil, honey or agave and incorporate into any recipe.
Before using essential oils in cooking, I recommend consulting with a trained Aromatherapist or medical practitioner.

Amanda April 7, 2016 - 8:29 am

I was thinking about getting some of your oils for a diffuser at our nursing home. I was wondering if you could please e-mail me the SDS sheets. I have to have those before I am allowed to purchase anything. I have to have them approved by my boss. Thank you! 🙂

FabulousFrannie April 12, 2016 - 10:11 am

Amanda, We’d be more than happy to send you MSDS sheets. Please send an email to ops@fabulousfrannie.com listing which oils you are inquiring about, and we will get them to you shortly.


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