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 scents. 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
  • Blueberry Cobbler + Cake
  • Brandied Pear + Lilac
  • Cinnamon Buns + Apple Harvest
  • Clean Cotton + Black Cherry Merlot
  • Coconut + Chocolate Fudge
  • Coconut + Vanilla
  • Coconut Lime + Antique Sandalwood
  • Coconut Lime + Sweetgrass and Violet
  • Cranberry Marmalade + Crème Brulee
  • Cranberry Woods + Cypress and Bayberry
  • Fallen Leaves + Macintosh Apple
  • Grapefruit & Mint + Blood Orange
  • Himalayan Bamboo + Green Tea and Lemongrass
  • Lavender + Rain Water + Very Vanilla
  • Lavender + Very Vanilla
  • Leather + Whiskey
  • Lemon Verbena + Pomegranate
  • Lilac + Sex on the Beach
  • Macintosh Apple + Cinnamon Stick
  • Macintosh Apple + Cranberry Marmalade
  • Macintosh Apple + Rose
  • Macintosh Apple + Very Vanilla
  • Oakmoss & Amber + Amber Noir
  • Oakmoss & Amber + White Sage & Lavender
  • Peach Nectar + Sex on the Beach
  • Peach Nectar + Very Vanilla
  • Peppermint & Eucalyptus + Lavender
  • Plumeria + Very Vanilla
  • Pumpkin Pie + Creme Brulee
  • Rose + Plumeria
  • Strawberry Shortcake + Creme Brulee
  • Tomato Leaf + Garden Mint
  • Watermelon + Honeydew Melon
  • Whiskey + Carmelized Pralines
  • Whiskey + Fireside
  • White Tea + Fig Tree

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