Fragrances for the Season

Almond Cherry ~ A luscious blend of nutty almonds and ripe cherries.
Aspen Winter ~ Exhilarating blast of frosty mint and pine trees.
Cinnamon & Clove Bud ~ Intoxicating swirl of red hot cinnamon and aromatic clove buds.
Cinnamon Buns ~ Warm cinnamon buns drizzled with sticky white frosting.
Cranberry Chutney ~ A very edible cranberry chutney accord with subtle hints of grape, spice, and vanilla.
Creamy Caramel ~ Creamy, buttery, gooey caramel.
Dickens Christmas ~ A spicy cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg swirl; sure to enhance the Spirit of Christmas.
Fall Harvest ~ An enticing mix of spiced pumpkin, cinnamon, and the flavors of Fall.
Granny Smith Apple ~ Fresh and crisp smell of a just picked juicy green apple.
Hot Apple Pie ~ Warm, bakery aroma of a fresh from the oven cinnamon apple pie.

Pumpkin Spice ~ Warm creamy pumpkin with cinnamon and spices.

SoyL Scents will make your house feel warm and inviting to your friends and family. We offer eco-friendly soy wax candles, soaps, tarts and more.

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SoyLicious is a business that helps working moms to make great money from home so they can have more free time, and be there for their kids during the most important years. With being a single mom, SoyLicious allows me to spend more time with my 10 year old son, enjoying his soccer and football games and being able to volunteer at his school. JOIN MY TEAM NOW!

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