Here are all of our 'C' named fragrance oils, in one convenient spot! If you are unable to find what you are looking for click here to go back to our main alphabetical fragrance oil page.
Christmas Tree: A favorite all year round. Reformulated to be better in Cold Process soap. No discoloration or acceleration even in water discount recipes...click to read more
Cinnamon Sugar: When we dreamed up this fragrance, we were envisioning something that was like a Red Hot Cinnamon with a touch of sweet. The fragrance...click to read more
Clementine Cupcake Fragrance Oil: Clementine Cupcakes caught our fancy when we went on a whirlwind cupcake tour of New York City and Portland....click to read more
Coconut Citrus Sorbet: This bright fragrance cleanses your senses with the refreshing notes of soothing lemon, zesty lime, creamy coconut milk and sweet...click to read more
Coconut Cream Fragrance Oil
Coconut: What would the tropics be without Coconut? A true toasted coconut scent. Perfect by itself or in a blend. This scent is so versatile, your
Coconut Lemongrass: This fragrance is a duplication of the very hot Bath & Body Works fragrance. Originally inspired by a traditional Thailand fragrance,...click to read more
Evoking daydreams of sitting out on the beach under a bright blue sky...click to read more
Cold Water (formerly, Men's Water Fragrance): The perfect men's fragrance, this crisp scent is surprisingly also adored by women. It's like navigating
With notes of traditional cranberry chutney, this tartly sweet scent is supported by subtle spice notes,...click to read more
Cranberry Fig: An excellent compromise between the tart bit or Cranberries and the sweet, mild allure of Fig. Without being too overpowering this fragrance oil will become a fall favorite with those added notes of Blood Orange and Pink Grapefruit in the mix....click to read more
This fragrance is sweet, tart, fresh and delicious! Grapefruit, Lime and Orange...click to read more
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