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Cream Samples with Pina Smoothie, Freesia & Tahitian Flowers


We are continuing on with our free sample making and have chosen three more scents to mix-up. We are taking the full gallon of Head To Toe Cream Base, Paraben Free adding in 1 oz. of fragrance oil, stirring until fully mixed, then filling sample sizes to be shipped to you in every order you place with us.

The fragrance oil scents that we have chosen to mix up today are Pina Smoothie, Freesia, and Tahitian Flowers.

Pina Smoothie fragrance oil – Wow! A yummy tropical pineapple with coconut and creamy vanilla. This is wonderful scent that gets your mouthwatering for a tasty smoothie. This is a top rated and highly requested scent that works well in soaps, lotions, room spray’s, diffusers, and lotions.

Freesia – This lovely super soft floral with a fresh twist. Almost powdery and smells exquisitely fresh and light. This is a new scent for me and I’m liking this one. I will need to add this to my next order.

Tahitian Flowers – Very popular scent of a beautiful special gardenia flowers that is grown only in Tahiti. This flowers name is Monoi de Tahiti and smells like a tropical garden with a fresh twist of tropical fruits and blended into this sensual fragrance. I think I need to schedule some tropical vacation time.

Remember, next time you place an order and want to try one of these many samples that we are preparing just add a comment in the note section and we will send it your way!



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