Bioflore products are systematically organic, with very few exceptions, and are particularly appreciated by individuals and therapists worrying about purity, clear definition.
Bioflore essential oils are botanically and chemically defined (or "chemotyped"), natural, in full conformity with the criteria of modern aromatherapy and obtained by artisanal distillation with water vapour or by simple mechanical expression of the zest in the case of Rutaceae fruits. They are complete essential oils: distillation was conducted from start to finish. They are pure and unrectified ("100% pure and natural"): nothing was added to their natural biochemical composition. The labeling refers to the origin of the plant, the part of the plant that has been distilled, the Latin name, identifying the species accurately, and finally the chemotype or biochemical characteristic of a given species, which may vary according to the habitat.