Fern & Champaca Fragrance Oil
A crafted blend of rose, apple, gardenia, and woodsy notes.
Fern & Champaca 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.
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 eugenyl methyl, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov or our Proposition 65 page.
This scent transported me back to the temples I visited in India. The bright salmon-colored floral garlands for your hair smell EXACTLY like this. Heady, delicious fragrance -- deliriously floral like jasmine, gardenia, and something more... with hint of green freshness. Smells like rain on a tropical garden in full flower. A little bit goes a looooong way, so use sparingly.
What a nice crisp fragrance! Love using this one in my diffuser. Very strong. Love it.
A light but almost cloying scent; I would encourage the user in cold or MP processing to reduce your amount by 1/3 so that it is pleasant and not cloying as it is one of those scents that can run the danger of being so if using too much. Our general recipes and amounts, I can definitely say , would need to be reduced to a third. This is better as a whisper and not a roar.