What does that mean??
I hear this a lot when I go to events, "what does that mean, symphonic scents?" I hope that this explanation will make more sense of this idea, and will excite you to grab some symphonically blended aromas for yourself!
WHAT DO THESE CARRIER OILS DO?
What are your main scents available?
Whereas we try to run special "small batch" blends throughout the year, these SEVEN blends are always available! To save you from having to go through each individual page to read about them, I brought all the "scent profiles" to one place!
Top notes centered around sweet floral essential oils like lavender, geranium and ylang ylang. Middle notes of wood like cedarwood and spruce. Base notes of spices like frankincense and black pepper. These are all paired with nearly twenty other essential oils to create a robust, cologne-esque experience.
Top notes of woody tones like cedarwood, and herbal tones like lavender. Middle notes of eucalyptus and black pepper. Base notes of earthy tones and spices.
Top notes of mint and citrus, including peppermint, spearmint, lime and orange (among others). Middle notes of lavender and patchouli. Base notes of vanilla and cinnamon among other essential oils.
Top notes of spruce, fir, and cypress. Middle notes of cedarwood and rosewood. Base notes of numerous other wood essential oils to round out a clean and calming aroma.
Top notes of lavender, eucalyptus, and tea tree. Middle notes of peppermint and clove. Base notes of cinnamon, citrus, and cedarwood among other essential oils.
Top notes of tobacco absolute and spices like clove and cinnamon. Middle notes of woody tones like sandalwood and cedarwood. Base notes consist of vanilla and cardamom, among others.
As the only oil without essential oils, this blend consists of the natural aromas present in the carrier oils used. You will pick up a nutty aroma that will peter out over the course of the day.