This scent is a true honeysuckle, not like the ones in a department store, this has been one of my top scents with customers, I recommend 100%.
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If you’ve ever spent a summer in the Southern US, you’ll recognize the floral, honey-sweet aroma of our Honeysuckle Jasmine fragrance. This soft, dreamy scent opens with top notes of lemon and ginger before giving way to a heart of jasmine and honeysuckle. Hints of violet, powder, and amyris mingle with wood notes in the base of this well-rounded floral fragrance. Honeysuckle Jasmine is a must-have scent for candles and melts during the spring and summer season, and an enchanting floral to carry all year round. In personal care products like lotions and sugar scrubs, the sweet simplicity of this fragrance shines as bright as the Southern sun. This fragrance oil is infused with natural essential oils including tagete.
Top: Lemon, Ginger
Middle: Jasmine, Honeysuckle
Base: Wood, Violet, Amyris, Powder
Suggested Colors: Any shade of Green or Yellow
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Note: Bottles filled by weight, levels may vary.
|Candle Safe||Yes||Usage: 3-10%|
|Soap Safe||Yes||Usage: 2-3%|
|Lotion Safe||Yes||Usage: 1-2%|
|Prop 65 Warning Required||No|
|Diffuser Base Compatible||Yes; Up to 25%|
*Usage amounts are recommendations only. Individual usage amounts can vary based on your desired fragrance strength, wax type, soap base, or lotion base. See IFRA certificate for max usage levels.
I absolutely adore this FO! We used this in the Golden Wax Melt and Tart Soy Wax @ 10% load. The CT and HT are both amazing!!! We can't keep it in stock. Please never change this FO. LOL! Also I couldn't find where to leave a review for CS in general, so I wanted to say your speedy shipping and customer service is second to none. Thank you!
Danielle w/ Southern Novelscents
The cold throw on this scent is A LOT, to the point of it being unpleasant. But once it's burned, the hot throw is incredible. One of my favorite scents.
This scent is so strong I could smell it for hours after making. If you would like to poison your nostrils I highly recommend this. Too floral.
I loveee this fragrance oil! perfect hot and cold throw 5/5!
OOB this scent is on point. I mean, the honeysuckle is blooming right now, and this scent perfectly captures it. Day 5 of cure....my god, what is that smell? A bitter herbal scent dominates. There's no floral whatsoever. I am sincerely hoping this balances out during the rest of the cure time, because I don't know how I'm going to sell this stinky soap. :(
This scent is awesome! I made a batch of candles and melts using 1.5 ounces per pound of 4630 paraffin. It was way to potent as this is a super strong oil. So I remelted it and added more wax. It is perfect at about 0.75 ounces per pound. I will add it to my inventory as I'm working on Research and development right now.
This is so universal and I think everyone would love it. It smells even better when it's burned in a candle. It fills up the entire room and has a woodsy smells to it. I love it and I'm not big on floral scents but this is so great!
This is a really intense scent. It smells good, but *I* think it's a little too intense. Maybe that's a good thing. I used 1 oz FO to 1 lb of soy wax (GB 444 I think?) and the throw is amazing hot, has a subtler cold throw. I'm burning it in my bedroom right now, and I might blow it out, it's a little much. Would be a very nice spring/summer scent, especially summer. I think if I were to make a batch again with this, I might decrease the concentration.
I have never written a review, even for my favorite scents but this scent is AMAZING. It's floral but not the obnoxious floral that gives you a headache. There's a little bit of sweetness to it. Definitely one of my new favorites!!
I have been using this in my whipped shea butter and I absolutely cannot keep it in stock! It's perfect! The scent is on point! I'm using it in cp soap tonight due to overwhelming requests! I hope it behaves well! I expect slight acceleration due to it being a floral. I know it will be a best seller just like my butters.
Finally a beautiful flowery fresh scent that is not overpowering. I usually do not like flower scents but this one is lovely.
This is lovely. Most white floral fragrances have a healthy dose of indole, which is a note that comes across to me as moth balls, but the indole in this, while necessary to smell like the real flower, is muted and delicate. This is almost Southern Magnolia. There's a lemony tinge that gives it sparkle, and a faint wood note behind that gives it presence. Violet, while not identifiable as violet, adds a freshness to keep the lush elements from becoming too decadent. This will become soap, lotions and body sprays for my more ladylike ladies!
I sell out every time I make it. This is the 3rd batch I’ve made. It does seize a bit and it takes a bit longer to cure but it’s totally worth it. It’s a great combination scent!
Loved this scent, and I am not a huge floral fan! Made in a batch of CP soap and behaved fairly well....slight acceleration. Will be purchasing again!
just made candles using this fragrance and it smells great, while lasting a long time.
This is a great, floral, yet bold scent. It's a hit at work and I think it will be one of my top sellers
The 2020 reformulation of Honeysuckle and Jasmine is pitch perfect! The woody notes offset the floral notes just enough to round out the fragrance. This complex and delightful fragrance is the perfect addition to our spring/summer line of home fragrances. Love it!!
At first I was kinda iffy on what this would smell like but it smells like a field of honeysuckles but in this field there’s a light wind making the smell hit your nose in a calming manner rather than being overwhelming. So it smells how you think it might but a tad bit better :)