·Aloe Vera: Fresh, light citrus
and fruity top notes slow dance with sweet green notes. Together they create a
clean floral body with an underlying hint of a walk in the mossy woods.
·Bamboo: A clean and wonderful scent, soft, green, and fresh.
Also very, useful in blends with your favorite fruit or floral fragrance.
·Cedar wood: The age-old favorite – sharp, sweet wood and a
touch of spice, with the reassuring scent of that antique cedar chest.
·Chamomile Tea: The ultimate fragrance for relaxation! The
calming, hypnotic scent of the chamomile flower will instantly melt your
·Eucalyptus (essential):Wow! Koala bears eat this stuff? This powerful, fresh and
exhilarating essential camphoraceous oil is amazing at clearing and soothing
the ol’ nasal passages.
·Green Tea: It’s Tea Time! Clean and calming, this deep
oriental tea is blended with sweet herbal undertones and a bit of welcoming
zest. It’s very laid back and plays well with others.
·Herb Citrus Hyacinth: A dynamic trio! An
surprisingly peppy blend of green, crisp citrus notes, the sweetness of lovely
hyacinth with a sprig of mint. LOVE IT!
·Patchouli (essential): 60’s flashback! The
musky incense of choice for years in the counter-culture. You can almost hear
the sitar music!
·Sandalwood:This scent is very unisexy! Consisting of sweet, warm,
woodsy, musky and amber notes, it is appealing to both men and women. This
classic scent blends well with others.
·Tea Tree Oil (essential): This oil contains
the antiviral properties of tea tree combined with a wonderful, clear lemon
scent. It makes a good room deodorizer and air cleanser. Diffused into the
atmosphere it has the ability to destroy molds, fungi and bacteria. Its
properties are anti-infectious, antiviral, antiseptic, expectorant,
anti-inflammatory, and digestive stimulant. Useful for the treatment of oily
skin and acne.
·White Tea: This soft, clean scent is reminiscent of the
popular Plumeria aroma. However, White Tea has it’s own unique qualities and a
slight fruit based top note.
·Ylang Ylang: Properly pronouncing ylang ylang, (“ee-long,
ee-long”) is befitting of this ultimately sweet, soft floral, that when worn,
lasts an “ee-long, ee-long” time!