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Old 12-06-2017, 12:53 AM   #1
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Who's your favorite supplier for scents and why?


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Who's your favorite supplier for scents and why?
Way too many to name. I find with FO's, there is no such thing as a one-stop-shop... Too many suppliers have too many good fragrances.


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That seems to be my problem, too many places to order from lol. I was hoping to possibly find 1 scent supplier with decent shipping rates.
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Good luck. I've been trying for 20 years to do that. LOL
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Nature's Garden, Camden Grey and Wholesale Supplies Plus.
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I've mainly used WSP and Brambleberry so far, but I'm hoping to put together a Nurture order when I whittle away my current collection of FOs. I've heard very good things about Nurture's FOs.

I like that WSP does free shipping over $40 and they have a huge, easily sortable, selection. A lot of it is hit or miss, but if you only choose FOs with lots of shining reviews from CP/HP soapmakers, they're a pretty safe bet.
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I buy my essential oils from Aramacs, an Indian company. I am not sure if they
ship to USA/EU and if the prices are competitive. 50 ml bottles cost about Rs. 500 (about $8 USD)
here. This includes shipping. Peppermint oil is cheaper in India because it is grown on
a large scale. I know this because even some of my friends cultivate it. Tea tree oil, on
the other hand, comes from Australia. Its a lot more costly.

I have ordered some glassware to extract essential oils on my own. Should be fun,
I guess.
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I have ordered some glassware to extract essential oils on my own. Should be fun,
I guess.[/QUOTE]

I'd like to know how that turns out. It sounds interesting.



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