Floral Fragrance Oils
Inhale the sweet scents of a thousand blooming fields with our selection of floral fragrance oils for every mood. Shop our collection of premium floral fragrance oils below.
What are floral fragrance oils?
The floral fragrance is often considered to be one of the most popular scent profiles in the world of perfumery. Soft, sweet, and delicate floral scents have been known to improve mood and relax the mind.
Add to your bath, diffuse around your home, or even try your hand at making candles for a pleasant and consistently beautiful smell around your home.
What are floral fragrance oils good for?
Due to their immense popularity, floral fragrance oils are great for use in almost anything. However, some of the most common uses include:
- Wax melts
- Bath bombs, salts, and salt cakes
Floral oils are perfect for creating Mother's Day gifts, Easter decorations, and even customised Christmas presents. Add to your favourite recipes, or try out some of our tailor-made floral candles and soaps over on the Make At Home section of our blog.
What is the best floral smell?
As with any fragrance, some floral scents are generally preferred for their sweetness, gentleness, and well-rounded nature.
Some of the most popular floral fragrance oils include:
If you're seeking a purely natural scent for your home, you may want to check out our flowery essential oils too.
Frequently Asked Questions
Rose Otto Essential Oil is the most authentic when it comes to capturing the true essence of rose fragrance. It's extracted from the petals of the Rosa Damascena plant through steam distillation, and its sweet, rich floral scent is often associated with feelings of love and romance.
An alternative is rose geranium essential oil, which has a rose-like scent with a hint of citrus and mint. While different, it's still very pleasing and often used in aromatherapy for its uplifting properties.
Yes, sandalwood essential oil blends beautifully with many floral essential oils. Its sweet, woody, and slightly balsamic aroma can provide a grounding base note that complements the lighter, sweeter notes of floral oils.
These combinations can be used in a diffuser, in DIY skincare, or in homemade candles for a unique aromatic experience.
Floral essential oils like lavender, rose, or jasmine pair well with many carrier oils. Jojoba oil is a favourite for skin applications due to its similar composition to our skin's natural oils, enhancing absorption.
Sweet almond oil is loved for its light feel and nourishing properties. Argan oil offers a luxurious experience, being rich in essential fatty acids and Vitamin E.
For those with oily skin, grapeseed oil is a good choice due to its lighter texture.
The right carrier oil can enhance the aromatherapeutic experience and ensure the safe application of essential oils on the skin.
Yes, you can use floral fragrance oils in your diffuser to fill your space with their delightful, blooming scents.
Just add a few drops of the oil to your diffuser, following the diffuser manufacturer's guidelines regarding the amount to use. Always remember that fragrance oils are often more concentrated than essential oils, so a little can go a long way.
Ensure the room is well ventilated when you're diffusing, especially if there are pets or children present.
Yes, floral fragrance oils should be diluted before use, particularly if they're going to come into contact with the skin, as they can cause irritation when used undiluted.
The general guideline is to use 1-2% fragrance oil, which equates to about 6-12 drops per ounce of carrier oil.
While our floral fragrance oils are carefully formulated, caution should be used when diffusing any oils around pets and children.
Some fragrances can cause discomfort or allergic reactions, especially in smaller, more sensitive individuals. It's crucial to keep the space well ventilated and to monitor for any adverse reactions.
For pets, certain essential oils can be harmful, so we recommend consulting with a vet before use.
As an additional safety measure, always store your fragrance oils out of reach of children and pets.
Floral Musk Fragrance OilFrom £2.49
Fresh Linen (Floral) Fragrance Oil
How do I make my fragrance oil smell stronger?
If you're making candles or soaps, and feel like you want a better scent throw to really bring out the floral aromas of your projects, then following our fragrance percentage guide could be a great place to start.
You can also refer to the Safety Data Sheets of our fragrance oils to help make the most out of your chosen scent.
What are the best floral fragrance oils for candle making?
When making floral candles, it is likely you will want a scent that nicely compliments any other notes you may have featured in your recipe.
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