Here are all of our 'L' 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.
Amazon Lily & Rain Fragrance Oil...click to read more
Black Amber and Lavender: Deep and
sophisticated this fragrance blends rustic Amber with bold Parisian Lavender.
Combined with these main scents is ...click to read more
Coconut Lemongrass: This fragrance is a duplication of the very hot Bath & Body Works fragrance. Originally inspired by a traditional Thailand fragrance, ...click to read more
Ginger-Lime: Citrus and Ginger scents are *hot*! Capitalizing on this trend, our blend of Ginger and Lime is comprised of the obvious title notes, as ...click to read more
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
Lavender & Cedar Fragrance Oil...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
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...click to read more
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
Lavender Chamomile Huggies (Type):
Back by popular demand,this fragrance is absolutely delicious
in baby products. It's soft, sweet and just amazingly ...click to read more
Lavender: A good lavender is a staple for any fragrance collection. Ours smells very true to the essential oil and is great alone or in a blend. One of ...click to read more
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