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Orange Blossom Fragrance Oil 1 oz.

SKU: F1149A
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    Your Price $2.85


    Orange Blossom - Orange Blossoms, the flowers of orange trees, are attractive and enticingly aromatic. If you've ever been in Florida on a beautiful Spring day, you'll be reminded of the orange blossom scent when you smell our fragrance oil. It's sweet, citrusy, fresh, and romantically pleasant. Orange blossom flowers have long been associated with good fortune and are commonly used in bridal bouquets. Sensual and uplifting.


    FP >140 deg F.

    Safe for gel and wax candles, soaps, and skin products.

    Suggested Color: White.


    Note: In candle applications we recommend about 1/2 oz. per pound.

    Customer Reviews

    Average Rating

    I picked the scent in a sample pack only because it's gel safe. Turned out to be very delicate and subtly enticing. I like it very much.
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    If you like Neroli "EO" you'll love this scent. It smells the same with a bit more sweet orange scent. Very fresh & clean. Highly recommened will order again.
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    I absolutely LOVE this scent. It doesn't really have a strong orange scent, but it's a very nice "high end" aroma. It reminds me of the little bars soaps that are put in bathrooms of 5 star Hotels. I'm going to use this in tarts, but it would be PERFECT for soaps and body lotions.
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    Just compared this to my teeny tiny bottle of ORANGE BLOSSOM absolute (Crazy expensive) pretty close to what this precious oil smells like after Ive been wearing it awhile. The best part (very very close) great job PEAK
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    I live in Florida and I know "ORANGE BLOSSOMS" good job PEAK. I love to mix this with different FO & EO blends. The real NEROLI is so expensive. This is great alternative to enjoy this beautiful little flower all year round. Always a staple in my FO & EO stock. Just delightful on its own too- BTW
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