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Lavender - delicate, sweet smell that is floral, herbal, and evergreen woodsy at the same time. It has soft, powdery, or smokey notes as well. Some lavenders have a more medicinal camphor smell that is closer to the balsamic resin scent of rosemary. English Lavender is a softer scent than French Lavender.

Lavender Blends well with the following on oils

(but not limited to these as there are many others not listed)

** Bergamot, Cedarwood, Chamomile, Coriander,

Eucalyptus, Grapefruit, Lemon & Lemongrass, Marjoram, Palmarosa, Patchouli, Peppermint, Rose, Rosemary,

Sandalwood, Tea Tree, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang. **


The Scent of Scents:

Bergamot - Sweet, citrus

Cedarwood - Nutty, woody, sweet

Chamomile - Floral, sweet, herbaceous

Coriander - Mild, warm woody 

Eucalyptus - The camphoraceous, herbaceous aroma can be revitalizing

Grapefruit - Citrus, floral, fruity

Lemongrass - Citrus, herbaceous, smoky

Marjoram - warm, herbaceous, woody

Palmarosa - its main body is a sweet geranium with a moderate lemony scent. It's a citrusy sweet rose with the perfect amount of lemon.

Patchouli - Rich, woody, musky, earthy

Peppermint - Minty, fresh, herbaceous

Rose - Floral, sweet, earthy

Rosemary - pungent and somewhat astringent, similar to eucalyptus or camphor. It has a herbal evergreen quality that's fresh and green without being sweet (unlike herbs like mints or basil).

Sandalwood - woody, earthy, warming slightly sweet

Tea Tree - Tea Tree is best known for its purifying properties. It can cleanse and purify the skin and nails and support a healthy-looking complexion. Tea Tree can soothe occasional skin irritations and freshen the air when diffused.

Vetiver - smoky, earthy 

Ylang Ylang - rich, floral and sweet

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