Grapefruit Lily: Light, romantic and airy, this fragrance is a wonderful scent to use with lotion bars or as a perfume. Of course, like all of our fragrances,...click to read more
Green Tea: Long prized in Asian countries for its health benefits, Green Tea is also very favored as a scent. Many of this year's most popular perfumes...click to read more
Heather and Hyacinth: This fragrance is more Hyacinth than Heather. An unpretentious scent, it doesn't smell much like a floral but rather, smells like...click to read more
Heavenly Honeysuckle Fragrance Oil...click to read more
Herbal Essence (type): This fragrance is a duplication of the original Clairol Herbal Essence's shampoo and conditioner scent. It's sweet, and full of...click to read more
Honeysuckle- This is a great bargain for melt and pour soapers looking for a nice floral scent.
Indian Sandalwood: This is our secret blending Sandalwood. It's deeper and richer than our regular sandalwood. Wonderful woody scent...click to read more
Jasmine Dreams: (formerly named 'Jasmine') This scent is a fairly basic single note blend with just a few extra notes thrown in for good measure. It is...click to read more
Juniper Sage: Crisp, clean, brisk and sporty, this fragrance is a great scent to use if you're trying to capture the feeling of a snow-covered ski slope...click to read more
Lavender & Cedar Fragrance Oil
Lavender and Herb: A twist on the traditional lavender, this fragrance is a great addition to your line even if you have the most perfect lavender already in it. It has notes of Italian Bergamot, Eucalyptus, Citrus Zests (more bitter than
Lavender Bouquet: Nice and strong with hints of lilac, carnation and baby's breath. Holds very well in CP soap with no discoloration. NOTE: This medium-flashpoint...click to read more
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