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A truly beautiful fruity accord of blackcurrant with rose petals and hints of fir needle, clove, lemon peel and musk.
Top Notes: Lemon Peel, Fir Needle
Middle Notes: Clove, Blackcurrant
Base Notes: Musk, Rose Petals
|Candle Use||YES||max usage: 10%|
|Body Use||YES||max usage: 5%|
|Liquid Soap Use||YES||max usage: 1%|
|Lotion Use||YES||max usage: 0.5%|
|Diffuser Use||YES||max usage: 25%|
|Room Spray Use||YES||max usage: 1%|
Please note that the above information is a recommendation only and testing should always be conducted before committing to large orders. Eroma can't guarantee the quality of your final products, only the quality of the materials as they are dispatched.
* This product is a formulation of Eroma and is not part of and has no association with any other product of the same or similar name.
Did accelerate a bit in CP soap but not too bad. Lovely smell.
This candle smells exactly like the Diptyque candle! Nice scent throw and performed well mixed with coconut/soy wax.
Baies is a beautiful fragrance - not sweet ... not old fashioned rosy ... just perfect. I had an old candle outside in my gazebo since xmas and lit it last week around a campfire .... it was as good as the day it was made! The perfume was exactly the same , I can't believe it!
This scent is gorgeous, after the Diptyque scent, which is very expensive. lovely and fresh.
I'm surprised there aren't more reviews. This is becoming a very popular seller and is one of my favourites. Some customers will assume that a rose-type will be sickly or too sweet whereas this is a truly lovely scent. I rename it as most of my customers tend to look for some of the components and are not sure what the name is. To me this is very close to a damask rose scent - perfumed aromatic and not overly sweet.
This is a beautiful fragrance and it's a good choice for those who would like to be a bit different. The rose is similar to a Damask and comes through when burning; the complex mix has customers continually inhaling trying to identify the lovely blend.