Can I mix fragrance oils together?

Yes. Mixing two or even three fragrance oils together is a creative and economical way to produce new and interesting candle fragrances. Remember to use the correct percentage of fragrance oil according to the type of wax you're using. As always, it is recommended that you make a few test candles to be sure you're getting the fragrance result that you want.

The combinations are endless, but here are some ideas to get you started:

  • Baby Powder + Lavender
  • Baby Powder + Lavender + Lilac
  • Baby Powder + Rose
  • Black Cherry + French Vanilla
  • Brandied Pear + Spice Market
  • Cranberry Marmalade + Crème Brulee
  • Blueberry Cobbler + French Vanilla
  • Blueberry Cobbler + Cake
  • Blue Spruce + Pineapple Coconut
  • Buttercream + Vanilla
  • Chardonnay + Strawberry
  • Cinnamon Buns + Hot Baked Apple Pie
  • Cinnamon Stick + Bayberry
  • Clean Cotton + Black Cherry
  • Coconut + Vanilla
  • Coconut + Chocolate Fudge
  • Driftwood + Drakkar
  • Lavender + Rain Water + Vanilla
  • Lemon Chiffion + Strawberry
  • Lemon Chiffon + French Vanilla
  • Lilac + Sex on the Beach
  • Macintosh Apple + Cinnamon Stick
  • Macintosh Apple + Cranberry Marmalade
  • Hawaiian Breeze + Pineapple Coconut
  • Plumeria + Vanilla
  • Macintosh Apple + Rose
  • Macintosh Apple + Vanilla
  • Peach + French Vanilla
  • Peach + Mimosa & Mandarin
  • Peach + Pineapple Coconut
  • Peach Nectar + Sex on the Beach
  • Pumpkin Pie + Creme Brulee
  • Peppermint & Eucalyptus + Lavender
  • Rose + French Vanilla
  • Rose + Plumeria
  • Strawberry + Crème Brulee
  • Strawberry + French Vanilla
  • Sugar Cookie + Cinnamon Buns
  • Vanilla + Moon Lake Musk
  • Watermelon + Honeydew Melon
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