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Bayberry Fragrance Oil

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This year round best selling fragrance oil is especially beloved during the festive winter season.  Increasingly popular due to its traditional and classic aroma; if you are looking for the perfect Christmassy scent, Bayberry fragrance oil is your front runner!  This fragrance oil is highly recommended by our customers.  With a distinguished winter time scent of fresh and crisp pine that is perfectly balanced with warm and inviting spices, Bayberry Fragrance Oil is a time honored, traditional holiday aroma.

What does Bayberry Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a nice blend of fir and balsam and delicate spicy undertones of nutmeg and ginger.  A Best Seller!

How Do Our Customers Use Bayberry Fragrance Oil?

For those of you that are home scenters and candle crafters; our customers use this fragrance oil in their soy, pillar of bliss, soy blends, WOW, paraffin, and Joy wax candles.  This scent is amazingly strong in both the hot and cold scent throw, and is splendid in melts too.  The perfect scent for holiday gifts, this fragrance oil also works extremely well in incense, aroma beads, room freshening sprays, and even smelly jellies.

On the bath and body end, this unisex fragrance is the scent of the season.  The usage percent for this fragrance oil is 3% for bath oils, soaps, and bath gels, and 2% in lotions and perfumes.  This heartwarming scent is used to make:  melt and pour soaps, foaming body butters, lotions, after shave butters, shower gels, colognes, sugar scrubs, and bubble bombs.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, here are the official results:  Some acceleration, color first.  No separation.  A true bayberry scent that stays strong.  No discoloration.

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