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Blackberry Sage: Absolutely fantastic! The perfect blend of juicy
blackberries tempered with sage. Flash point 147.
NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil ...click to read more
Blue Man: This is a duplication of the popular men’s cologne, Aquolina Blue Sugar. The base note of Black Patchouli blends perfectly with Orange Peel, Sparkling Mandarin, Coriander Leaves, Star Anise and Venezuela Tonka....click to read more
Blueberry Delight - This fragrance smells just like fresh
baked Blueberry Biscotti drenched in Blueberry Syrup - it's *that*
sweet and good. It's not ...click to read more
Blueberry Fragrance Oil...click to read more
Bonsai: This fragrance is a Floral Fresh with Citrus and Pine accords, having some Tropical Fruits and Wood tones on background. This is an excellent ...click to read more
Burnt Sugar Fragrance Oil...click to read more
Butter Cream and Snickerdoodle: This is a sweet and yummy fragrance that contains rich caramel and cream notes. When Anne-Marie visited Bath Junkie in ...click to read more
Featuring classic hardy candy scents perfect for your retro melt & pour soap projects!...click to read more
Currently out of stock. Estimated to be back on August 23rd
Celestial Waters: This is not an oceanic scent
but more of a sweet mountain spring scent. Imagine a hike on the banks of a
babbling brook through the ...click to read more
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