Here are all of our 'W' 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.
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
Cold Water (formerly, Men's Water Fragrance): The perfect men's fragrance, this crisp scent is surprisingly also adored by women. It's like navigating ...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
Warm Vanilla Sugar: A popular Bath and Bodyworks type fragrance. Soft
delicate vanilla blended with sweet sugar. Behaves well in CP soap. Discolors to ...click to read more
Wasabi: Our Wasabi fragrance is bright and fresh.
Although it won't make your eyes water like when you bite into a big piece of
Wasabi (horseradish), ...click to read more
Wassail: Someone on the Teachsoap Forum requested a Wassail fragrance for the holiday season. Intrigued, we investigated...click to read more
Waterlily Orange, a woody blend with citrus and floral notes...click to read more
Watermelon: This scent smells like that yummy hard candy that all the kids love. It's a very juicy, leap-out-at-you sensation. It's a perfect antidote ...click to read more
White Ginger and Amber: Warm amber blended with a hint of ginger and
light florals. This scent is great out of the bottle and even better in your
soaps. ...click to read more
White Magnolia: Our White Magnolia blend is simple and sweet and we think that's a good thing! This floral fragrance does have some supporting notes of ...click to read more
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