Lavender (Bulgaria) essential oil Product Reviews
Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 (10 Reviews)
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Perfect Lavender for my Cold Process Soaps
In my search for the perfect Lavender scent for my soaps, I have tried a lot of Bulgarian Lavender essential oils from various suppliers. Camden-Grey's Bulgarian Lavender is my absolute favorite Lavender essential oil for use in my Lavender and Lavender blend cold process soaps. I use this essential oil both as a standalone and also in various blends to either enhance a floral blend or slightly sweeten woodsy blends. This essential oil is the perfect lavender scent to me, does not accelerate trace in my experience, lasts a long time in my cured soaps, and has been consistently good over my many orders from Camden-Grey.
Incredible quality and price
Excellent strength, quality, and price. A great way to add punch in any flower recipe and softens peppermint blends!
The best of the lavenders
Bulgarian lavender is my favorite of the lavenders so I had to compare Camden Grey's to others I've tried and I have to say this one is top notch. It's floral but herbaceous and slightly woody in nature. The perfect combination for a lavender. I'm going to make a batch of cold processed soap with this one to compare it to the other lavenders I've purchased (from here as well as elsewhere). This one is a winner in every sense of the word.
One of my favorites...
I really do love this oil. It has such a wonderful scent and is so helpful for headaches. I suffer from pretty terrible migraines and dabbing a bit of this on my temples helps me so much. I like to relax with some of it in my bath, or soak my feet in a foot bath with a few drops. It's also great to add to your moisturizer, it helps rid you of any redness or irritation.
Lavender is one of those oils that is a must have in your collection. This kind agree with me, doesn't smell cheap. I probably will try all kind they have listed. This oil is so versatile! Great for all types of skin, great for hair. Good for PMS, & colds. Great for relaxation! Look forward to using this in a lot more things! Thank you Camden Grey!
This lavender is in my salve that has seriously helped psoriasis, eczema, and severely cracked skin on all body parts including feet. Every ingredient I use in my salve is bought from Camden Grey and it's my most popular product! I love this place!
Bulgaria = finer version of 40/42
I have long been a fan of Camden Grey's 40/42 Lavender, but recently got curious to try out Bulgaria, French, and Maillette oils as well. I submitted my opinions for all four in the 40/42 area, but thought I'd also share my review of Bulgaria Lavender here. 40/42 = Both sharp and quintessentially lavender smelling. Bulgaria = Finer than 40/42, but most similar to it in terms of its complexity. French = Very fine, soft, even delicate scent. Reminds me most of Lavender flowers on the plant. Maillette = warm and very mild, almost woodsy, very earthy with a little sharpness. My final two cents on Bulgaria: it is a finer version of 40/42; I think perhaps suited equally well for aromatherapy and being used neat on the skin. I'm no soapmaker or perfumer, but I would venture to guess this one is a bit too delicate to be diluted with other stuff. Hope this was helpful! Cheers! Thanks, Camden Grey; I love you!
my favorite Lavender
This is my favorite lavender, it is a very nice quality for the price. It doesn't have too strong of a camphor smell, it is light and floral. I have used it for soap, lotion, and bath salts and is wonderful for all.
Just Love This Stuff..
I cannot get enough of this Lavender it's like the staple for all my products... this Lavender out sells all the other fragrances I have. I shopped around and bought another Lavender not realizing that it was "French" Lavender I bought from another company...when it came my son smelled it and said mom I don't want to offend you...but that smells like "cat liter". Needless to say I have never bout that lavender again, and make sure that I stick with Camden Grey on this one!
less expensive than french lavender and not as fine but nicer, finer than lavender 40/42.