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A diluent or filler is a diluting agent.  An ingredient may be too concentrated, expensive or viscous to be used in the desired manner and a diluent is added to resolve the problem.  For example, jasmine absolute is extraordinarily costly and very potent.  A single drop of the jasmine may be added to an ounce of carrier oil (the diluent) to cut the cost and allow it to be used more easily without overpowering the senses.  Other absolutes and floral waxes may be combined with a diluent to make them less viscous so that they can be presented in a liquid form.

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