Here are all of our 'F' 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.
Fresh Mango: This Mango is a more realistic Mango than our Mango! Mango! It is fresh and green with citrus top notes, a supporting middle of ripe peaches...click to read more
Fresh Snow: This fragrance is designed to mimic the feeling of peace and tranquility after a fresh snowfall. It is a very ozone-y fragrance, reminiscent...click to read more
Fresh Zucchini Flower: This light and refreshing fragrance is
inspired by the Cucina Zucchini Flower & Truffle fragrance. With
unique notes of Carrot, ...click to read more
Green Fig Fragrance Oil: This fresh and green scent features top notes of leafy greens, zesty grapefruit...click to read more
Lavender Forest, an elegant mix of citrus and lavender notes...click to read more
Moroccan Fig - This great smelling fig fragrance smells like a freshly picked fig. The scent is exotic and mysterious while maintaining just the right...click to read more
A sweet, exotic Jasmine based fragrance oil with tropical inclinations
Rice Flower & Shea (Type): A soft delicate scent based on the
popular Bath & Bodyworks favorite. Flashpoint: 200°F.
...click to read more
Sugar Plum Fairy: In the Nutcracker, Clara and her Prince arrive at the Land of Sweets and the entire dancing crew breaks out into joyous movements. Our...click to read more
Summer Fling: This new summer scent from Bramble Berry is full of fruits and flowers. Smelling strongly of Raspberries and Peaches, this blend is toned...click to read more
Vanilla Forest: Looking for a new and exciting vanilla fragrance? Try our duplication of the popular “Vanilla Bean” by Henry Bendel....click to read more
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