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When choosing supplies to make soy candles, soap or Reed Diffuser products, fragrance oil is arguably the most important aspect. It's the feature of your final product which captures people, reminds them of something and makes them fall in love with your range.
Here at EROMA, we partner exclusively with Luxaroma - artisan fragrance oils based in Sydney, Australia, to supply our diverse range of candle fragrance oils. The Luxaroma candle fragrance oil range currently consists of over 500 unique scents to choose from with each candle fragrance oil rigorously tested in a variety of natural waxes to ensure perfect compatibility and scent throw in your candles. If you have an idea for a fragrance oil, let us know by clicking here. We read all fragrance suggestions and if your idea goes into production - you'll receive a free sample!
To ensure the best performance possible in your candle range, our candle fragrance oils are designed and developed in Sydney, Australia and are completely vegan/ cruelty-free. As they are produced specifically as a candle making and soap making supply, they are synthetic in substance to ensure the best performance when used in soy, palm or paraffin wax, Reed Diffusers and body products. Many of our fragrance oils do contain a high percentage of essential oils for an accurate and natural scent.
Typical usage of candle fragrance oils as a candle making supply is around 10% compared to the total amount of wax used for your candles. If you're new to candle making, we recommend reading more about using our candle fragrance oils on our fragrance guide here.
Whilst Luxaroma boasts over 500 different candle fragrances oils to choose from, a great way to get creative with scents and to develop something truly unique is to experiment with their range of Fragrance Notes.
Boosted with essential oils, Fragrance Notes give you complete freedom to explore near limitless scent combinations. You can browse our range of Fragrance Notes here, or click the link above.