Friday, January 25, 2013

New Scents Added To The Drop Down Options

I've added some new scents to the drop down options on my website.   I thought these would be scents that you would enjoy.   There are others that I bought in smaller quantities to test out that I plan on adding at a later date.

But these have just been added to my store for all to enjoy........

In Masculine Scents............

Forrest Pine ~
The pure pine scent you love for the holidays – Christmas trees in the snow. This is clean and energizing; breathe deep, and imagine you’re in the woods on a snowy evening.

Homme L'Occitane type ~
A masculine blend of lavender, nutmeg, cinnamon, tonka bean and musk.

In Floral Scents...........

Frangipani ~
The Hawaiian floral – a lush sweet tropical flower. This is a strong clean floral that is unique and loved by many.

Scottish Heather ~
A delicate floral that will send you back to the Scottish moors. Imagine standing in a field of this delicate flower as the mist rises – relaxing and fragrant.

Orange Blossom ~
 A bit of orange (just a squeeze!) with a bold, clean white floral top note.

 Ylang-Ylang ~
 The ultimate floral, soft and sweet with a note of jasmine. Considered a potent aid to romance!

Tassi Lavender ~
A beautiful lavender scent.   Tassi Lavender is a fragrance oil rendition of the Tasmanian Lavender Essential Oil. A clean lavender scent with a very floral profile. While there are undertones of herbs and wood, the primary notes are sweet, soft florals. Fine lavender can be somewhat ozone-like in a clean sense, certainly not medicinal or camphoric. You may know these types of scents as flower garden duplications.

Other Scents............

Country Spice ~
Fresh spices, from the tang of clove to the warmth of cinnamon – a baker’s dream.

Milk & Honey ~
Creamy, fresh white scent (mmm…milk!) and sweet honey straight from the comb. A perfect, farm-fresh mix.

Huckleberry ~
This is a powerful berry blend that will always be reminiscent of Grandma's homemade preserves.   * Caution: Be careful using this one in bear country.

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