1.ZERO Fragrance Oil- Plant Life, Teas, and Spices Collection
15 ml of your favorite Hillside Home Candle Co. fragrance oil. Use our scented oil to refresh our bowl fillers, or anyones bowl filler or pot pourri. Use in a diffuser. Put on a candle ring. Or, for long lasting freshness sprinkle into baking soda and stir well with a fork. Sprinkle onto carpet and let sit for as long as you'd like. Then when you vacum, your carpet will smell wonderful.
Our Plant Life, Teas & Spices collection brings you the best of nature. Floral scents mixed with natural herbs, spices, and mossy woods creates these unique blend of scents.
|Bamboo & White Grapefruit||Begins with top notes of White Grapefruit, Petitgrain, and Tangerine; leading to middle notes of Mandarin, Tangerine, and Mimosa Petals; and balanced with base notes of Rainforest Bamboo, Juniper Berries, and Musk.|
|Cardamom Rose Cedar||Bergamot, Cardamon, Moroccan Rose, East Indian Amber, Cedarwood, Peony, Vanilla & Sandalwood|
|Eucalyptus Mint||Invigorating herbal blend of eucalyptus and spearmint with fresh citrus lemon, lavender flowers, and a hint of sage.|
|Fern Moss & Black Amber||A fresh green scent with amber, vanilla, moss, and musk overtones and a touch of wood, with a faint undertone of black cherry.|
|Gray Vetiver||Orange Flower, Grapefruit, Nutmeg, Pimento, Vetiver and Oak Moss.|
|Into The Blue||Fresh, clean, aquatic scent. Top notes of Jasmine; mid notes of bergamot, green melon, berries, peach, tangerine, and mango; base notes of woods, amber and musk.|
|Lavender Mint Bliss||Well balanced earthy blend of lavender flowers and fresh peppermint mid notes with a base of fresh sage.|
|Tea Leaf & Jasmine||A light woody fragrance with fresh green notes,with mid notes of blooming jasmine|
|Vanilla Orchid & Almond||A rich robust vanilla blended with almond, topped with light orchid notes.|
|White Gardenia Thyme||Luxurious top notes of juicy lemon blended with mid notes of white gardenia blossoms on a base of white thyme.|
|Woodsage & Sea Salt||Weathered sea salt mingled with the woody earthiness of aged sage.|