We test all our fragrances by actually using them in numerous batches of soap. When you purchase our fragrance oils, you can be certain that your end product will smell just right!
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Sun-Ripened Raspberry (Type): This is a basic raspberry with a "ripe" note to it - like a berry that is just ready to fall off the vine into your hand....click to read more
This fragrance combines the fresh aromas of rosemary, thyme, sage, and basil with a soft lavender undertone....click to read more
Cherry Almond- This fragrance smells strongly of Cherries and Almond. It's so strong that you really don't need to use much to get an amazing fragrance.
Sweet Pea: Our Sweet Pea is delicate and yet strong enough to hold up in Cold Process soap. The Mediterranean Sweet Pea has Pineapple and Plumeria top
Tart Apple Fragrance Oil...click to read more
Tobacco & Bay Leaf Fragrance Oil
Tomato Leaf: This garden-fresh fragrance smells like a fresh tomato leaf and not the actual tomato that you use in your spaghetti sauces - it's light,...click to read more
This fragrance smells like raspberry tea, strawberries, tangerines with a touch of sour candy thrown in for good measure
Tropical Vacation: A mix of mango, coconut and pineapple rolled into one sweet scent. Men and women both go crazy for this scent. It's one you won't want...click to read more
Tuberose Moss - Tuberose is a tuberous perennial Mexican herb (Polianthes tuberosa) that has glasslike leaves and is cultivated for its highly fragrant ...click to read more
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