Here are all of our 'V' 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.
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
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
Lemon Verbena Yankee Type: Lemon Verbena by a very famous candle company took the world by storm in 2005 and our customers have been clamoring for it...click to read more
Sandalwood Vanilla: Customers have been asking us for years to come up with a Sandalwood Vanilla blend that is sweet and creamy yet woodsy enough to
Tropical Vacation: A mix of mango, coconut and pineapple rolled into one sweet scent. Men and women both go crazy for this scent. It's one you won't want...click to read more
Vanilla Bean: This fragrance is a more subtle, laid back Vanilla than our Vanilla Select. Reminiscent of a classic sophisticated Vanilla liqueur, this...click to read more
Vanilla Color Stabilizer: For melt and pour soap only, this product will keep your soap a nice white or ivory color. Use it with any brown coloring...click to read more
Vanilla Forest: Looking for a new and exciting vanilla fragrance? Try our duplication of the popular “Vanilla Bean” by Henry Bendel....click to read more
Vanilla Oak: Over a year ago, a customer sent us a partially burned candle from an obscure vendor. We loved it so much that we spent the better part of a year trying to...click to read more
Vanilla Select: This is the sweetest, most rich vanilla that we carry. An absolute must for your soaping pleasure. It discolors to a dark brown....click to read more
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