Safe Essential Oil Dilutions In Cosmetics


Date: February 27th, 2021
Time: 5:00pm to 6:30pm ET

Learn how to calculate safe and effective essential oil dilution rates for your products!


Learn how to calculate safe and effective dilution rates for adding essential oils to your aromatic products!

Are you formulating for roll-on perfumes? Luxury bath salts and scrubs? Baby balms? Pregnancy support products? We will take a look at each of these products (and more), discussing what is a “safe” and “effective” essential oil blend for your product.

You will leave class with examples of guidelines to use for these products; featuring a dilution chart for blending reference and worksheets to formulate essential oil blends for your own products more confidently.

This class is specifically for general product resale and/or product making for personal use, not for clinical aromatherapy consultation use. Absolutely perfect for Indie businesses!

A recording of this class will be sent to all students.




Sharon Falsetto, BA (Hons), is a UK-certified aromatherapist through the Penny Price Academy of Aromatherapy. She has lived in the United States since 2006 and is the founder of Sedona Aromatics: The Garden School.TM

Sharon has worked within the healthcare industry since the 1990’s. She has been writing and editing professionally since 2008. She is the author of Authentic Aromatherapy (Skyhorse Publishing, New York) and the chief editor of the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA) Journal. She has served on the Executive Board for NAHA for the past 3 years. She is a longtime Indie Business member.

Sharon has been formulating essential oil blends for over 15 years. She uses part education, part experience, and part intuition to formulate expert formulations for her products. She has successfully formulated blends for airlines, hotels, indie businesses, and people suffering from issues such as arthritis. She was recently consulted by Real Simple magazine for a feature on using aromatherapy at home.

Sharon works from her garden studio in Sedona, Arizona, surrounded by her one-acre homestead and aromatic gardens. You can visit Sharon’s website at:

Notes + Materials

The class includes a dilution chart for blending reference and product essential oil formulation worksheets.