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.
Lavender Green Tea fragrance is a fresh floral that works great in handmade cold process soap...click to read more
After numerous customer requests, we finally found the perfect leather fragrance. It smells like a deep and musky...click to read more
Anne-Marie's favorite type of dessert (besides cupcakes) is Lemon Meringue Pie. She's been searching for the perfectly tart Lemon Meringue for years and ...click to read more
Zingy lemony candy scent that reminds us of the old-fashioned lemonheads candies....click to read more
Lemon Verbena Yankee Type:
Lemon Verbena by a very famous candle company took the world by storm in
2005 and our customers have been clamoring for it ...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
Lettuce: Crisp and clean and everything green, this scent works great in CP soap for a light fresh fragrance. Hugely popular with our customers, it's ...click to read more
Lilac: A soft, gentle floral. This fragrance is very true to the
flower. Nice and not sickly sweet, blossoming with cure time. Flashpoint: 180ºF.
NOTE: ...click to read more
Lilac: We had our Lilac formulated to make it the most realistic that we could find. This lilac really sticks in CP soap, unlike most lilac scents. ...click to read more
Lily of the Valley: This is the best
Lily of the Valley we have smelled! Very true to the flower and best of all it
behaves ...click to read more
Lime: Zesty, fresh and full of verve, this Lime is BURSTING with energy and dripping with juiciness. Our Lime is tart but not so tart that it's bitter. ...click to read more
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