Here are all of our 'P' 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.
This fragrance is a classic powdery, floral fragrance...click to read more
Fizzy Cherry soda pop scent has just the right balance of effervesce to sugary cherry syrup....click to read more
This pear fragrance is designed after the crisp, green Anjou Pear...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
Moonlight Pomegranate: Inspired by the Pomegranate fragrances popping up in
many fine perfumes and bath boutiques, our ...click to read more
Papaya Coconut: Take a tropical vacation with a Papaya Smoothie and Caribbean Coconut. Get lost in the fruity notes of White Nectarine...click to read more
This delicious fragrance works excellent in cold process soap as well
as all other types of toiletries.
NOTE: This medium-flashpoint ...click to read more
Passionfruit Rose is an exotic floral that is ideal for refreshing
the long hot days of summer. Crisp, sweet, and modern, this fragrance ...click to read more
Musky, smoky and deep, this fragrance oil is the best out of our extensive testing to find a scent that ...click to read more
Peach: Imagine biting in a fat, juicy peach. You know that sweet nectar that drips out? Well that's what this scent smells like - sweet, ripe and juicy. ...click to read more
This scrumptious blend opens with fruity notes of Pear, Apple, Peach, Raspberry and Melon. The middle notes are a blend of Lilly of the Valley ...click to read more
Pepperberry: This complex warm blend starts out with traditional Black Pepper notes mixed with Black Orchid. This spicy, sensual mixture is accentuated ...click to read more
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