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Fireplace Embers Fragrance Oil

Fireplace Embers Fragrance Oil
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Fireplace Embers Fragrance Oil

Scent Profile: 

A strong, woody tobacco blend with fir needle and eucalyptus over a mossy base note.


Fireplace Embers 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 estragole, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to or our Proposition 65 page.

9 Reviews

  • 4
    The scent was not what I'd associate with the name

    Posted by Unknown on 17th Feb 2024

    This smell was not what I imagined Fireplace Embers to smell like. Instead of the ashy, fireplace burnt smell I expected, it smelled more of a heady men's cologne. Reacted well with my CP soap recipe, though!

  • 1
    The worst

    Posted by STEPHANIE SANCHEZ on 23rd Jun 2023

    I had high hopes based on reviews, did this in cp and hp soap, literally the worst smell ever. Friends family and customers hate it. Gross.

  • 5

    Posted by KENNETH MUNDY on 5th May 2023

    used this in my tomato juice soap and added some ground hibiscus flower. Turned out amazing. I've made 4 loaves of this and they've been a big hit.

  • 3
    Not what I was expecting

    Posted by Jennifer on 25th Feb 2019

    I get nothing of the notes, mentioned; tobacco, fir, eucalyptus, mossy base note. It has a very heavy incense smell. More like black opium, not smoke.

  • 4
    Turned my soy wax blue!

    Posted by Theresa on 3rd Oct 2018

    This is an amazing fragrance and reminds be of cozy nights by the fireplace. A nice balance of smokiness and woodiness and conveys a burning fire very well in my opinion. However, after a few days of macerating it turned the wax a blue-ish color. Has anybody has the same problem? Very odd since it's a woody fragrance.

  • 4
    Good smell will accelerate CP soap.

    Posted by OLIVER on 22nd Feb 2018

    I use this at light trace. This does goes mild acceleration. Nothing to big but don't plan anything extravagant or you will have too scoop this out.
    I recommend a Max of 4 colors when using this oil.
    Other than that it smells amazing!!!

  • 5
    Smells Amazing in both soap and lotion

    Posted by John Klapperich on 24th Jan 2017

    I use this fragrance in both soap and lotion. Does not cause any discoloration or acceleration in CP soap. The scent is very masculine and crisp, much like a cologne.

  • 4

    Posted by Unknown on 16th Oct 2016

    I like this fragrance oil. It doesn't smell exactly like a fire, but I do get a lot of smokiness from it so I find it's a good addition to other masculine scents.

    Works well in cp soap.

  • 5
    Crisp and Fresh

    Posted by John on 13th Oct 2016

    I love this scent. I use it in CP soap with no acceleration and no discoloration. The smell lasts through the process and holds steady for at least 3 months (that is when I made the soap). It's a great scent for men or women.