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.
Cranberry Sweet: This is a sweet, traditional Cranberry scent. It is a single note fragrance with no other fragrance notes to compete with the straight ...click to read more
Cream Cheese Frosting: This fragrance
was created after Anne-Marie's obsession with all things sweet and
cupcake exploded. Might we suggest the flexible ...click to read more
Creamsicle: Warm vanilla blended with
sparking fresh orange. A summer classic that smells fabulous all year round.
Will discolor slightly.
NOTE: This ...click to read more
Crisp Apple Rose, the strong scent of juicy apples with a floral under tone...click to read more
Created specifically for candles, this fragrance has been reformulated to be skin-safe. Now you can make perfectly matching candle, soap, and lotion ensembles! ...click to read more
Cucumber Melon is juicy and ripe, not too
sweet and behaves beautifully in CP soaps.
...click to read more
Cucumber Melon: We've reformulated this perennially spring favorite for even more lasting power in cold process soap! This blend is more melon than ...click to read more
Notes of a woodsy musk and lemon with the clean sweetness of sliced cucumber...click to read more
Chocolate, Dark Rich: This is the rich and creamy Chocolate fragrance that you've been looking for. The fragrance remains strong and satisfying in all ...click to read more
This fragrance smells just like freshly steeped green tea with a hint of cucumber....click to read more
Holiday Candy: This fragrance smells just like the Holiday Ribbon candy that you loved as a kid (and probably still sneak at Christmas time!). To up the ...click to read more
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