A greatest hits of the island's florals, our Hawaiian Breeze combines Orchid, Tuberose, and Awapuhi with a hint of vanilla, sandalwood, and a light musk. Say Aloha to your new favorite fragrance!
This fragrance oil is infused with natural anise, elemi, lime, and clove leaf essential oils.Suggested Colors: Purple, Blue, Ivory
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|Diffuser Base Compatible||Yes; up to 25%|
Submitted On 2013-01-04 Maria F
This is a wonderful fragrance, my customers love it.
Submitted On 2012-08-10 Damien
I purchased this sent expecting it to have a tropical flare , however (to me at least) it smells just like Irish spring.....and I HATE Irish Spring. Absolutely nothing like Hawaii. Note - Sent throw when burning is very weak.
Submitted On 2012-02-17 meg
Very strong, not what I was expecting.
Submitted On 2012-01-29 Peggy
This just smells like cheap strong perfume to me, nothing hawaiian about it.
Submitted On 2011-01-20 KJ
USED IN GB464 ECO#10 WIC. NOT AS STRONG AS I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE BUT ENOUGH TO FILL A MID SIZE ROOM. THE SCENT IS VERY REFRESHING. I GET ALOT OF COMPLIMENTS ON THIS SCENT.
Submitted On 2010-04-29 Anita @ Rianja Fashion
I used this fragrance w/ Glass Glow Palm Wax. Beautiful. Fragrance smells better outside of the bottle. Love it!
Submitted On 2010-04-11 Deanna
This fragrance is quickly becoming my #1 seller. It is so fruity and refreshing with subtle hints of flowers, nice.
Submitted On 2010-03-31 Robin
I really liked this scent. This scent reminds me of sitting by the ocean watching the waves come in. Very peaceful.
Submitted On 2010-03-24 Krystina Murray
I was lookig forward to this scent being light, floral and creamy, nut instead got a scent that smelled like celery out of the bottle! It has a hint of a floral undertone which should be more amplified. It mostly smelly green and vegetableie. Literally made me stick my tongue out, and not in a good way. On the flip side, this is a great scent to mix with others. If you still want the tropical flair, try adding pineapple, coconut, kiwi, plumeria, papaya or mango. I added Plumeria and coconut scents to mine, and it upped the exotic appeal.