Apricot & Peach Fragrance Oil

Apricot & Peach Fragrance Oil
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Apricot and Peach Fragrance Oil

Scent Profile: 

A zesty, refreshing mix of apricot and peach with key notes of pear, plum and jasmine. Fresh and fruity!


Apricot and Peach Fragrance Oil has been tested for the following applications: Candle Making, Soap, and Personal Care Applications such as Lotion, Shampoo and Liquid Soap. –Please Note – This fragrance may also work in countless other applications. The uses above are simply those products that we lab tested this fragrance in. For other uses, it is recommended to test a small amount prior to full scale use. All of our fragrance oils are intended for external use only and should not be ingested under any circumstances.

Additional Info: 

  • Phthalate Free

  • Paraben Free

  • SLS + SLES Free 

  • Vegan and Cruelty Free (not tested on animals)


If pregnant or suffering from illness, consult a doctor before use. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. As with all products, users should test a small amount prior to normal extended use. Oils and ingredients can be combustible. Use caution when exposing to heat or when laundering linens that have been exposed to this product and then exposed to heat of the dryer. This product can expose you to chemicals including d-pulegone, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to or our Proposition 65 page.

46 Reviews

  • 5
    My #1 Selling Scent!

    Posted by Alexis on 23rd May 2022

    My "Peachy Keen" Collection uses this FO and it is my #1 selling collection. EVERYONE loves this scent. I use it in MP Soap, Body Scrub, Body Butter & Bath Soaking Salts. I highly recommend it!

  • 3
    Smells Amazing, but Not For Cold Process Soap

    Posted by Annie Tandy on 2nd Sep 2019

    I absolutely love how this smells and was so excited to use it in my soap. However, as soon as I added it, the soap seized and I couldn't pour it in my molds. So disappointing! Please beware and don't use it for cold process soap!

  • 2

    Posted by Jeff Foerster on 1st Sep 2019

    Smells great, but DO NOT USE IN CP. Instant soap on a stick with overheating after about 3 pulses of the SB.

  • 5
    Smells like Spring!

    Posted by Patricia Washington on 29th Mar 2019

    This smells great, the apricot is subtle and blends perfectly with the peach. Not too sweet, just right! I got a .5 oz to try it out and it was such a big hit I just ordered 16 oz. Try it, it's well worth it!

  • 4
    LOVE the scent!

    Posted by on 15th Feb 2019

    This is one of my favorite scents. In CP I suggest NOT gelling, as it loses scent at a low temperature, but I didn’t have problems with it ricing or speeding up trace...I wouldn’t water discount this one too much though. Lotions, melt and pour, etc work perfectly for this scent! I will continue to buy it.

  • 3
    Smells great.... BUT!!!

    Posted by Quailsister on 22nd Oct 2018

    This is absolutely NOT suitable for CP. It seized and separated within seconds of incorporation. I dumped it into a pot and cooked it into semi-submission, ending up with a very rustic looking soap, but it does smell wonderful, and the scent does hold. So, if you do HP or M&P, you're fine. But NO CP!!

  • 3
    NOT CP friendly!!

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Aug 2018

    This smells just lovely, but gosh darn, as soon as I added it to the soap, there was instant ricing and overheating. I managed to save it by cooking it right away and glopping it into the mold. Not pretty for sure, but it still does smell very nice. Never again in CP, that's for sure!

  • 4
    Nice clean scent, smells like it should.

    Posted by Beauty and the Bronx on 2nd Aug 2018

    I smell apricots and peaches, its subtle and clean. It could be a bit stronger. I read other reviews so I used a bit extra in my soap recipe especially since a quick sniff was not so strong when added to batch. After reading the reviews of this fragrance oil causing seizing, or ricing I decided to make a batch of cold process soap, quickly diced it up two days later, melted in a crockpot added a bit of castor oil and the fragrance oil and a bit of mica to make it peachy colored. It turned out well, I will next try the fluid hot process and then this oil will not be a problem either.

  • 5
    oh my is this good

    Posted by KIM M BENSON on 8th Jul 2018

    this fragrance is as good as the real fruit!!