The Death Valley (Fragrance Oil)

$ 6.85
$ 6.85
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Fragrance Notes

Top: Grapefruit, Lemon, Rhubarb, Black Pepper, Petitgrain, Bergamot
Middle: Freesia, Leather, Geranium
Base: Sandalwood, Musk, Amber, Cedarwood, Guaiac Wood

Description

The Death Valley Fragrance Oil is a complex blend of citrus, floral, and woody notes that will transport you to the northern Mojave Desert. The top notes of grapefruit, lemon, and rhubarb are bright and refreshing, while the middle notes of freesia, leather, and geranium add a touch of warmth and sophistication. The base notes of sandalwood, musk, amber, cedarwood, and guaiac wood create a rich and earthy finish.

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Properties

Flash Point: >201 F | 94 C
Vanillin: 0.00%
Phthalate Free

Instructions & Usage

Please refer to your candle wax for usage limits and recommendations.

It is the responsibility of the customer to ensure the safety and performance of the finished product containing this fragrance through customer product testing.

All products are filled by weight not volume. Fill lines may vary.

In-house tested in 50/50 soy blend and other various waxes. Further testing required for your own product line.

Avoid direct contact with skin.

Customer Reviews

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Sonya Vanderwel
Love the name.

I’ve never been there but if that’s what it smells like, you nailed it! Lol duty to Canada 🇨🇦 is crazy so may not re order

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Nick
Quality Oil but not for me

I have bought other versions of this oil from 2 other companies. BTB is just as good as theirs but a better price. It is strong & concentrated and I am sure it would work well in product BUT I really don't like this fragrance from any supplier. It, to me, smells like something I would use to marinate brisket. Quite a few suppliers sell it and I'm sure it's based off of a high end fragrance. It must be popular and maybe I'm in the minority but I just don't get it

Ahh sorry Nick! It's a favorite of mine! The mojave desert in a bottle. It's definitely a popular one in the community, but like you said... not for everyone. Certainly a matter of preference. Thanks for the review!

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Thom L
I’ve been through the desert on a horse with no name…

Arid and parched, sandalwood, guaiac wood, and musks ground this warm and embracing fragrance, while top and middle notes of petitgrain, bergamot, freesia, and geranium promise an abundant oasis just steps ahead. This fragrance oil is at once earthy and clean, masculine and feminine, timeless, and beautifully well-rounded. It throws very well in parasoy wax melts, and is currently curing in my coco/soy custom blend candle wax. If you’re at all on the fence, just save yourself the womdering and order it - you won’t be disappointed!