Almond Biscotti: This fragrance is positively edible! It is an amazing compilation of all things good, edible and coffee time! With a mixture of toasted ...click to read more
Almond: A very real smelling almond - smooth and
crisp. Does discolor soaps slightly. Flash point 156ºF.
NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (156ºF)
will ...click to read more
Almond: For Almond lovers, this is one that you have to try! Our Almond is strong and true, with an almost-imperceptible ...click to read more
Reformulated!Amber: It took us five years of searching to find this Amber. It is a base note that is used in perfumery because it adds a sophisticated, warm base note ...click to read more
Created specifically for candles, this fragrance has been reformulated to be skin-safe. Now you can make perfectly matching candle, soap, and lotion ensembles!...click to read more
Basmati Rice: This subtle yet unique and delightful fragrance is based on the wonderfully aromatic smell of cooked Basmati Rice. The term 'Basmati' actually ...click to read more
Black Amber and Lavender: Deep and
sophisticated this fragrance blends rustic Amber with bold Parisian Lavender.
Combined with these main scents is ...click to read more
Black Raspberry Vanilla: Our version of Black Raspberry Vanilla is multi-layered with decadent fruity notes to create a sublime scent. Fresh, vine-ripened ...click to read more
Blackberry Cybilla: This ripe and juicy fragrance oil will take you back to the days of picking sweet blackberries off the vine during the long days of summer. Soaps wonderfully with no acceleration or ricing. Does go a golden tan in cold process....click to read more
Burnt Sugar Fragrance Oil...click to read more
Celestial Waters: This is not an oceanic scent
but more of a sweet mountain spring scent. Imagine a hike on the banks of a
babbling brook through the ...click to read more
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