• Few flowers have symbolized the renewal of spring and the triumphs and tribulations of love, as much as the violet. Blooming in the shade, these beautiful innocent bystanders of nature’s woodland paths hold a history of their own for their uses in medicine and popular culture. This Violet oil fragrance is delicate and warm with top notes of lilac, carnation, and jasmine having mid notes of violet, lily of the valley, a hint of rose, and a light musk and powder at the base.
  • A sweet sugary fruity floral type with top notes of lemon peel, peach, and apple, middle notes of rose, mint, and  fruity honey, with a white musky base note.
  • A fruity woody and floral type with top notes of watery pear, and green bergamot, with middle notes of jasmine, lily of the valley, rose and clove, with a patchouli, woody amber, musky, vanilla and tonka bean base note.
  • Family and friends gather for holiday cheer and the house is filled with festive fragrance. Top notes of crisp apple, berries, fragrant pear and sparkling lemon. Warm spices form the mid notes, with cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and bay leaf. Luscious peach reaches into the delicious nutty base notes of coconut, vanilla, powder and balsam.
  • The Water Lily, or Lotus, grows in ponds, lakes, and edges of streams. Their flower catches the eye in vibrant colors of pink, purple, yellow, or white, in calm waters, swaying in the breeze. It is not only popular for its attractiveness, but is also considered to be a religious symbol in many parts of the world. This Oil Fragrance is a mild woody tea type with top notes of bergamot, orange, lemon and mandarin, middle notes of calla lily, cyclamen, jasmine, and rose, with a woody amber, white musky, base note.
  • Watermelon is thought to have originated in the Kalahari Desert of Africa and the first recorded harvest occurred nearly 5,000 years ago in Egypt and is depicted in hieroglyphics on walls of their ancient buildings. This Watermelon oil fragrance is fresh and juicy with top notes of watermelon, strawberry, and pineapple. It has mid notes of floral and sweet peach and musk, vanilla, and powder notes complete this fragrance.
  • This soft musky and white floral Oil Fragrance has top notes of lily of the valley, lilac, and jasmine, with middle notes of wisteria, violet, rose, and clove, followed with a clean musky, cedarwood, and tonka bean base note.
    • A soft, white flora and woodsy marine type with top notes of grapefruit, pear and pineapple. Middle notes of lily of the valley, violet, jasmine, rose, gardenia and heliotrope with a mossy, woodsy, tonka bean and patchouli base note.
  • A jolly rancher fruity tart watermelon type with top notes of green melon, and pear, with middle notes of lily, violet and peach.
  • Imagine the aroma of staring out your window, admiring the snowy woods, while warm and cozied up in your cabin home. This Woodland Bay Fragrance Oil is a spicy, masculine, and somewhat nautical blend.
  • The common name ylang ylang originates from the Philippine meaning ' 'flower of flowers' - a description of the way in which the flowers flutter or hang in the breeze. It is sometimes called 'Crown of the East' or 'Perfume Tree'. This lush Ylang Ylang oil fragrance is exotic, clean, and complex. It has top notes of muguet, ozone and ylang ylang with notes of rose, jasmine and powder at the base.
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