Here are all of our 'M' 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.
Cucumber Melon is juicy and ripe, not too
sweet and behaves beautifully in CP soaps.
...click to read more
Cucumber Melon: We've reformulated this perennially spring favorite for even more lasting power in cold process soap! This blend is more melon than ...click to read more
Frankincense and Myrrh: Our Frankincense and Myrrh is warm and
sensual. Perfect all year round, it cures to a wonderful exotic scent when used
alone ...click to read more
Frankincense and Myrrh: This traditional Christmas fragrance smells deep, smoky and rich. Though it does discolor (because of the Vanilla and Cinanmon), ...click to read more
Fresh Mango: This Mango is a more realistic Mango than our Mango! Mango! It is fresh and green with citrus top notes, a supporting middle of ripe peaches ...click to read more
Mahogany Fragrance Oil...click to read more
Mandarin Myrrh: This fragrance is a blend of the sweet mixed with the sophisticated romantic notes of a deeper side of longing. Mandarin Orange...click to read more
Mandarin Oasis Fragrance Oil...click to read more
Mango! Mango!: This is a straight mango that works well in any soap or mixed with fruit scents for a tropical surprise. Sure to transport you to far away ...click to read more
Mango Peach Salsa: This fragrance is complex, sweet and delicious. It's a combination of tart mango and sweet peach with a hint of fresh herbs and spicy ...click to read more
aka secret fragrance #1 Renowned for its antioxidants, our Mangosteen fragrance is very fruity, a little tart, and slightly exotic...click to read more
Marrakesh: This fragrance smells like what we
imagine a Moroccan Spice market in the middle of a grassy grove to
smell like - notes of Bamboo, Vetiver ...click to read more
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