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Old 11-23-2017, 05:23 AM   #1
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After avoiding this scent for as long as I could, I am finally caving to the many requests I have gotten for it. Any suggestions on a good one with a low vanillin content? Oh, and phthalate free.


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https://www.naturesgardencandles.com...-fragrance-oil here you go, I haven't tried it out, but its a very good company, and I've had other fragrances from them, and it fits your criteria (:


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As much as I really do not like WSP, I find their Nag Champa to be the best I have found
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As much as I really do not like WSP, I find their Nag Champa to be the best I have found
I am not a huge fan of WSP either, but there are some things that I find at a better price there than anywhere else. Thank you for the recommendation, I will pick up a bottle. And, lock the resulting soap in the garage, where I don't have to smell it. It can take the spot right next to the pine tar soap. :P
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aw man you gotta like nag champa
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aw man you gotta like nag champa
No. I refuse!

I have always remained really vague about whether I will make it or not. One customer has been pestering me for a while about it in particular. And, one of the shops in town asked me about some a few days ago, too. So.. ugh.
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I agree with Carolyn, WSP has the BEST nag champa!
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I like brambleberry's
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Brambleberry's always turned a funky pinkish color which I hated and was not to crazy about their Nag. Not that is was bad but not good enough to put up with the funky color.
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This thread hits home for me! Even though Nag Champa is popular my husband refuses to sell it, he can't stand it.


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