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 traditional citrus notes), Lily of the Valley and of course, French Lavender. With supporting notes of Clary Sage, Nordic Pine, Cool Camphor and Clove Buds, this fragrance sticks well in CP soap. And, if our tester loaves at Otion are any indication, your customers will love this blend. It stays a nice white allowing you to color your soap however you'd like. Might we suggest our Brilliant Blue LabColor or Violet Oxide?
NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (190ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Lisa! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. We love the blend of citrus, floral, and herb in our Lavender and Herb Fragrance Oil. If you're looking for other lavender blends you may like Lavender & Cedar Fragrance Oil, Lavender Forest Fragrance Oil, Lavender Green Tea Fragrance Oil.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Katherine! I'm sorry you did not like this fragrance. We love the unique blend of citrus zests, herbs and lavender of our Lavender and Herb Fragrance Oil. Though, this scent does have some strong camphor notes. If you're looking for other lavender blends you may like Lavender Green Tea Fragrance Oil, Black Amber And Lavender Fragrance Oil, or Lavender Bouquet Cybilla Fragrance Oil.
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