Perfume Oil - Hyperbole Soapery Nag Champa Lilac Patchouli Sandalwood


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Perfume Oil - Hyperbole Soapery Nag Champa Lilac Patchouli Sandalwood

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fractionated coconut oil, fragrance


Size: 10 Milliliters

All vials are 10 ml roller balls of indie perfume oils. All are phthalate free.

Sandalwood: This sensual sandalwood is distinctive soft, warm, and woody with hints of rosewood.

Patchouli: The only essential oil of the bunch, this lovely perfume oil is a fan favorite.

Spring Goddess: Mandarin orange, melon, blackberry, and violet leaf comprise the top notes this oh so sweet fragrance oil, followed by notes of lavender, jasmine, lily-of-the-valley, and nectarine. The bottom notes are fresh honey, oak, and musk. This is light, sweet, and sugary. It's unique and fabulous and brings to mind sweet, sweet, spring.

Nag Champa: An incense classic, this "hippy" scent is a warm blend of patchouli and sandalwood with citrus and lavender.

Everything I Know Is a Lilac: A true lilac fragrance and matched our soap.

Ingredients: Fractionated coconut oil and phthalate-free fragrance

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From Harleysville, PA
No returns or exchanges
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5 out of 5 stars (21)
  • Alicia Bishop Apr 30, 2019
    5 out of 5 stars
    These smell heavenly. My 13 year old son took the Raven's Wing sample directly to the shower, so I ordered that, too! Thank you!!!
    Everything I Know Is a Lilac - A Dramatic Spring Soap
  • Sharon Yang Mar 19, 2019
    4 out of 5 stars
    This is a heavier moisturizer and definitely good for dry hands. It's soft enough to pick up easily, which isn't always the case with balms in tins. I got this in the Rose and Patchouli scent, which is clearly rose, but is still green and fresh.
    I took off a star because the lotion is gritty out of the tin, likely from the shea butter. It goes away as it melts on the skin though, so it doesn't affect performance.
    Moisturizing Hand Balm
  • Sharon Yang Mar 19, 2019
    5 out of 5 stars
    This is an intense moisturizer since it's all oils, but is light and fluffy since it's been whipped. I thought it would be too greasy on the body, but it applies really well and you can easily get a thin layer since it's been whipped. It's like any other lotion, just without the water, so while it's more expensive than other lotions, you definitely use less. It's great on the hands too!
    I got the scent Cashmere, which is warm and a little sweet. The fragrance is pleasant and not too strong.
    Whipped Body Butter
  • Adrienne Feb 22, 2019
    5 out of 5 stars
    Classy and wonderful smelling. Not overpowering.
    Dapper Delight - Handmade Soap

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Allow your soap to dry between uses to ensure that they last for as long as possible.
No, our soap is not organic. While we do occasionally use organic products, not all of the materials used to make each soap is organic.
You bet we do! Soap isn't soap if it isn't made with lye. Seriously. The thing about lye, though, is that properly made soap contains no lye. The soaponification process, the chemical process that occurs when mixing lye and oils, converts the lye to glycerin.
Due to the nature of soaps, we can not accept returns. We may offer replacements or refunds if needed. If there is any issue with your order please do not hesitate to contact us.
I use synthetic mica from manufacturers who guarantee that their products are cruelty free and vegan. I enjoy working with bright colors that can't be achieved through other methods. Yes, there are "natural" micas, but there is a huge child labor issue surrounding naturally mined mica. So, synthetic for the win!