Vanilla Oud

Scent Power: 2 out of 4 - Light but Noticeable || Oud, or agarwood, is a fragrant dark resin from the heartwood of aquilaria trees that grow in South Eastern Asia and the Pacific Islands. The true scent is described as being woody with "shades of vanilla, musk and amber". And that's what this scent smells like! The vanilla is very faint, mostly this is a musky woodsy scent hints of amber and van...[Read More]

Lavender & White Balsam

Scent Power: 2 out of 4 - Light but Noticeable Soft and mysterious, like taking a peaceful, reflective walk through a beautiful forest. The serene aroma of lavender is perfectly paired with the cool pine smell of balsam fir. Together, the mix is earthy, woodsy and very calming. Perfect for quiet evenings or even as a lovely scent for the bathroom! Interestingly enough, I reviewed this scent a ...[Read More]

Cedar Cider

Scent Power: 3 out of 4 - Nice and Strong || This is such a clever scent! I've never thought to mix the scent of apple cider with the earthy, woody scent of cedar but the combination is perfect! It reminds me of a Christmas tree farm up in the mountains that would serve hot apple cider from their barn. It's one of Scentsy's more simple scents - simply hot apple cider + woodsy cedar. Amazing for ...[Read More]


Groovy dude! This is an earthy, woody smell mixed with patchouli and a sweet vanilla smell. It definitely is a unique and specialized smell, so if you're into the patchouli kind of smell, you'll like it. A lot of people think it smells hippy-ish so if you're not into that sort of thing, steer clear. Continue reading →

Forest Wildflowers

Imagine taking a walk through a bright forest in the springtime - with large fields of flowers and fragrant plants surrounding you! The flowers and plants include rich lavender, spicy vetiver, and earthy sage. Scentsy also mentions neroli (Wikipedia describes it as an essential oil produced from the blossom of the bitter orange tree with sweet, honeyed and spicy aroma). This scent is delightfully ...[Read More]

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