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Sources and Supplies and where to start

Hi Guys,
I'm just starting out and have ordered some essential oils, fragrance oils, and aroma-chemicals from a few different sources (mostly because I've heard so much conflicting data on what you "should" use) and I was hoping I could get some guidance.

I got a kit from, they say that on their site that some of their products are 100% essential oils others they do not specify (they were all labeled as fragrance oils when I received them). I emailed them and they responded that they are all 100% natural oils, when I replied questioning the ones like "sea glass" they replied that some are synthetic, so just from this interaction I do not entirely trust these.

I purchased a bunch of sample size vials of "premium" fragrance oils from, they seem rather potent and the chemical makeup for many of them can be found through, again these are all labeled as fragrance oils but do seem quite a bit more potent then the ones from

I bought a few essential oils and fragrance oils from Vetiver Aromatics as well. These seem rather potent and they DO differentiate their between which products are essential oils and which are fragrance oils.

I also purchased a kit of aroma-chemicals from to try and get a feel for the base chemicals themselves that makeup the perfumes.

I've heard that you want to stay away from fragrance oils, but they really seem to just be accords made out of the base aroma-chemicals . If you're not trying to keep it natural does it really matter if you use pre-made fragrance oils or blend them yourself from the base components?

I really feel like I've gotten information overload and conflicting data from too many sources so any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated!
Thank you!

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