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.
This ale inspired fragrance is out of this world!...click to read more
Based on the popular fragrance, "Leaves" by BBW, our Spiced Apple Cider is reminiscent of a cool autumn day in front of the fire.
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Spiced Mahogany: This deep, rich woody scent has
notes of Italian Bergamot, Apple Wood and Tonka Bean to round out the darker,
more sensuous Patchouli, ...click to read more
A fragrance with light floral notes encompassed by the aroma of fresh green foliage....click to read more
Strawberry: Strong and deep pink, this scent is a sweet yet tart addition to any fragrance collection. It smells reminiscent ...click to read more
Just like mom's homemade preserves. It's a plump summer strawberry with sweet sugary notes for the perfect jammy blend....click to read more
Sugar Plum Fairy: In the Nutcracker, Clara and her Prince arrive at
the Land of Sweets and the entire dancing crew breaks out into joyous movements.
Our ...click to read more
Summer Fling: This new summer scent from Bramble Berry is full of fruits and flowers. Smelling strongly of Raspberries and Peaches, this blend is toned ...click to read more
Summer Melon Spritzer: Cantaloupes, Watermelons and Canary Melons come together in this fragrance for a sweet, summery delight. Supporting top notes of Japanese Grapefruit...click to read more
Sun-Ripened Raspberry (Type): This is a basic raspberry with a "ripe" note to it - like a berry that is just ready to fall off the vine into your hand. ...click to read more
This fragrance combines the fresh aromas of rosemary, thyme, sage, and basil with a soft lavender undertone....click to read more
aka secret fragrance #3 - Like a lush Caribbean garden bursting with the aroma of sweet lemons, horned melons, succulent kiwi...click to read more
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