We've blended lavender and chamomile essential oils to create a fragrance that is soothing, intricate, and strong. This herbal fragrance is a perfect addition to any natural or aromatherapy candle line.
This fragrance oil is infused with cedarwood, chamomile, eucalyptus, lavender, and orange natural essential oils.
|Diffuser Base Compatible||Yes; up to 25%|
Submitted On 2014-10-17 EvynDay
I don't like to leave negative reviews, but I have to throw this out there. I have a successful candle business and have made thousands of candles, and this oil gives me nothing but problems. I LOVE all CS products and oils, but this one I have to remove from my lineup. The oil seeps 50% of the time. I have done way too much experimentation to try to get it right all the time, but it doesn't matter if I change the temps or the amount (I thought I was putting too much in, but that wasn't the case), it still seeps a lot of the time. I hate to have to discontinue it because it's a best-seller for me, and I guess the customers love the fragrance, but it's causing too much $ loss. This doesn't deter me from CS at all and like I said, this is the only oil I consistently have issues with.
Submitted On 2014-09-10 Angelina
This does not smell like chamomile or lavender in the true sense. I love both of those herbs and expected something a bit truer to their original scent. This smelled powdery to me, like something in a baby wash or baby powder product. I did not try it in a candle as I didn't like it enough to go for it. I can't say what the result scent would be but I can't imagine it to develop into something that smells like chamomile or lavender. It's not bad, it's just not what I wanted or expected.
Submitted On 2014-03-07 Carlos C.
Not sure what to think about this one. While burning, It didn't really smell like lavender or chamomile to me but it did have a pleasant, subtle overall smell. I expected this scent to have some stronger lavender notes in there somewhere honestly. This scent however is good for a spa candle line and would be nice while burning in a small massage/treatment room. Used in GB 464 with a 6 percent load in a 10 ounce candle.
Submitted On 2013-08-25 Carol Bostic
I've use this fragrance in Soy 464, it smells great, even when it is not lit. Adding it to my Aromatherapy line.
Submitted On 2013-06-12 Alicia
Like the previous reviewer said, this does have a bit of a soap smell, especially out of the bottle, but once it's in candle form it's amazing!
Submitted On 2013-05-31 Andrew
I bought this based on previous reviews. I was hoping it would be similar to Bed Bath and Bodywork's Lavender Chamomile from there aromatherapy line which has been discontinued. I don't smell much lavender in here at all. I was expecting a warm soothing type fragrance and this one is very sharp, too sharp to be soothing. I happened to sample Egyptian Amber in the same order. The Egyptian Amber is much more to my liking, but lacks a strong lavender note I was looking for in the Lavender Chamomile.
Submitted On 2012-09-13 SweetScents
I am not a big fan of the regular Lavender smell but this frangrance is soo much more. Always the first to sell out at craft shows.
Submitted On 2012-09-06 Delene
STUNNING fragrance. Wish it was bath and body safe. Would fly off the shelves if it was.
Submitted On 2012-08-18 Pat
I do not like lavender, but - omg - this combination is truly outstanding. Perfect as a Spa scent. Going to buy a big bottle.
Thank you, Candlescience; your FOs rock!
Submitted On 2012-07-08 Mary
I can definately smell the lavender and chamomile. Even oob, it is wonderful. I had to back off the amount i used in my soy candles. Othewise, it is too soapy smelling.