Here are all of our 'S' 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.
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
Oatmeal Stout Fragrance Oil: This fragrance smells positively edible! It's a full bodied and smooth beer fragrance blended with Creamy Oatmeal...click to read more
Orange Spice: Sweet orange combined with cinnamon and clove.
NOTE: This low-flashpoint oil will ship
FedEx Ground only, regardless ...click to read more
Hard candy sweetness with perfectly authentic artificial Strawberry notes - just like the little candies your grandma told you'd break your teeth on!
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Pumpkin Souffle Fragrance Oil...click to read more
Pumpkin Spice: Back by popular demand, this is our original Pumpkin Spice. Dark, creamy and rich, with notes of Cinnamon, Cardamom and Nutmeg, this is ...click to read more
Rice Flower & Shea (Type): A soft delicate scent based on the
popular Bath & Bodyworks favorite. Flashpoint: 200°F.
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We're absolutely ecstatic to have found a sweet and exotic honey fragrance. It’s a fabulous blend of cardamom, clover,...click to read more
Sage & Lemongrass: Tall grasses and soft sage combine to make the
perfect out door fragrance. Fresh, clean and wonderful in soaps and lotions. Low
temperatures ...click to read more
Salty Mariner: This is a fragrance reminiscent of upscale living. Salty marine notes and fresh rain mingle with lily of the valley, jasmine, leafy ...click to read more
Sandalwood: A woodsy, soft and sensual sandalwood. Wonderful in wax
NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (196ºF)
will ship FedEx only regardless ...click to read more
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