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Avery's Walk Fragrance Oil

Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review
SKU: 303-4232

Join Avery for a meandering walk down a rural country road and follow it up with a picnic in a secret grove. This complex fragrance brings memories of joy, laughter, and the heady scents of mixed florals. This fragrance isn't just a simple floral for anyone! You will be swept away by this happy fragrance and find yourself looking forward to your next outdoor adventure.

Top notes of sweet apple, juicy peach, and bergamot zest are mixed with middle notes of blooming lilacs, mimosa flowers, and wild cyclamen blossoms, while base notes of forest pine, cedarwood, and musk round out this fantastic fragrance!

Avery's Walk Fragrance Oil is compatible with our cyclomethicone!

Photo Note: The left half of this bar of soap is unscented soap, and the right half is soap scented with Avery's Walk Fragrance Oil at a 2.5% usage rate following our Fragrance Calculator Recommendations. The white in the soap shows that the soap has some soda ash.

Avery's Walk was created in loving memory of Avery. Thank you for all the joy you brought with your walks!

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Reviewed by Jamie B.
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5 Stars

Avery's walk fragrance oil actually lightened my soap. Keep that in mind if going for dark bold colors. It also mildly accelerates. It's better in product than otb imo. I don't pick up any of the individual notes in the description and it's unique to any other fragrance I've smelled. It's hard to explain but I would say it's multigenerational... It could be used for a baby shower and grandma would like it. But it's not baby powder.

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