Hi Everyone: Thank you for dropping by. Anyone with a favorite fragrance, please let us know. Maybe youve been using it in soaps and bodycare products, including products for yourself--years pass and despite the proliferation of new fragrances, you hang on to that old standby that everyone loves.
My favorite romantic scent is Lebermuth's version of Victoria Secrets Love Spell. It has a wonderful citrus undertone that is wrapped up in a light absolutely to die for floral fantasy. Second to that is Buttermilk.
My favorite of all time is Patchouli with Sw. orange. Something about those two is just fantastic. I just ordered a bunch of FOs from a place called scentit and I am loving the cucumber melon sooo much though and its so different from anything I have ever used.
this is my first foray into using FOs instead of EO and its fun to pick out funky scents. I am ramping up for the local farmer's market and wanted more mainstream scents.
I'm a Jack-of-all-trades! I posted 'the Simplicity of Iris Folding', but I also make candles and Goatmilk soaps. I set up at craft shows. My two biggest sellers for soaps and candles have been 'Sage & Citrus' and 'Oatmeal, Milk & Honey'.
I like foods like vanilla, cinnamon and apple. I have found I'm allergic to the smells of a lot of florals.
So glad to find this forum! I've made my own soap twice and loved it. I also have bought handmade soaps very frequently and prefer them to commercial brands. They make really nice gifts as people really appreciate them.
I tried making my first batch of soap with olive oil and I must have stirred for hours before it set up. I found out later you can only use a little olive oil or it won't harden very well.
Sandalwood is also one of my favorite. I just like scents that have a tenacious background. That hours after you use it the scent is still there. I tried Yuzu and was surprised at how deep and strong a fagrance it is especially for being a citrus scent.
I was in love with lime basil. I think I need to rediscover that fragrance. Tonys fragrance oil has one of the best versions of this.