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Freebie Friday!

We are well over due for another Freebie Friday. Don’t you think so? Unfortunately, there still isn’t a computer with scratch and sniff capabilities and I am afraid to say that the new iPad doesn’t have that feature either. Darn. Maybe one of these days but not now. Well, in the mean time, let’s try some new fragrances!

First on our list today is Green Clover and Aloe. This is a very clean, fresh and green spa scent. Aloe and sweet green vegetation blend smoothly with marine and ozone notes. Don’t let this unisex fragrance fool you. It is perfect for reminding that you just need to slow down and take time to smell the roses, err, I mean aloe. Don’t miss your chance on trying this popular fragrance oil!

Eastern Amber. I’ll be up front. This is one of my absolute favorite exotic smelling fragrance oils. It is sweet, musky, sensual with prominent amber rounded out by soft jasmine and delicate rose. This is definitely not a daytime scent. Personally, I save it for evening events or personal products. The rich sandalwood odor has saved me more that once after the gym with no time for clean up! Don’t miss out on this exotic and head turning fragrance oil.

Have you ever been stopped and had someone ask what you are wearing? I have. One of the most common fragrances to get someone to stop me and ask what I am wearing is Cherry Blossom and Kiwi. It is lightly sweet. Not floral but you can smell the cherry blossoms, a pie cherry and the fresh tanginess of kiwi. This a perfect scent for young women to mature women. Sweet and mildy fruity gilded with soft blossoms. A must try! After all, not all fragrances can claim they will stop you on the street. 😉

Next on our list today is Grapefruit Jasmine. Think light and tangy citrus blended with smooth white jasmine. This one smells of warmer places than where we are. I see in my minds eye a small bed and breakfast. Jasmine climbs a trellis and reaches to rest on the cobbled stone wall. The remains of my grapefruit I ate for breakfast gently perfumes the air with its tart sweetness. A cup of jasmine green tea softly steams in it saucer and in a nearby tree, a bird chatters in the early morning air. I love how fragrances can take me places. Where does Grapefruit Jasmine take you?

I love tea. Especially on these crisp and cool mornings. As spring makes herself more known, I find myself outside, jacket on with a steaming cup of tea in hand, warming my chilled fingers. Our Green Tea Fragrance Oil reminds me of those mornings. This fragrance oil reminds me of the Dragon Well Green Tea with a generous squeeze of lemon. It is really bright and fresh. A must have for tea and even non-tea lovers!

The next fragrance we will look at today is Satsuma. Satsumas are also known as tangerines but this fragrance oil is not just exclusively tangerines. It also has notes of bergamot, and lime with touches of sweet tropical lily, and hints of dry tea leaves and musk. This scent reminds me of citrus, beaches and tanning lotion. Very fun, exotic and the perfect summer time lotion scent!

Last on our list of fragrance oils to try today is our Pears & Berries Fragrance Oil. Think juicy, flavorful, sun ripened pears with wild strawberries, golden raspberries, rich huckleberries and topped with sweet nectarines. This fruity fragrance is a little more elegant and refined to be a child’s favorite but highly preferred by teenagers and women who love fruity scent but want it with a touch of class. This is like a summer fruit basket with a chic, Audrey Hepburn feel. A must have in any woman’s summer perfume collection!

I will be sending over 100 samples of each fragrance to the shipping department. To request one, just tell us in the comments field of your order. Don’t wait! These will only last for a limited time! Wouldn’t it also be fun to make a Sampler 7 with all of these scents? I think so. Then you have some more than just little testers of each scent!


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