Fragrance oil review

Fragrance oil review

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In order to be able to continue to expand the range of oils we offer, we have undertaken a review of our current fragrances, and fifteen oils will be retired from our range. 


Almond Milk Australian Sandalwood
Lychee & Black Tea Memory Lane
Montego Bay Pineapple, Cranberry & Coconut
Pretty Petals Raspberry Delight
Rhubarb & Strawberry Rise & Shine
Smoky Embers Soft Lullaby
Thai Lime & Mango Tigerlily Blossom
Tribal Dance View Retired Fragrances


These oils will be on sale at 35% off until sold out. Note that our ongoing fragrance of the week promotion will not feature any discontinued oils, as these will already be on sale. 


Support for our bulk purchasers

We understand some makers rely on purchasing these oils in larger volumes and are pleased to advise it will still be possible to purchase them in lots of 10kg or more going forward. 


Why we're retiring these fragrances 

We'll have a number of new oils coming online between now and the end of the year to replace these fragrances, more details to follow as they are released.

At present, we have 105 fragrance oils in our range (the most we’ve ever had!), and discontinuing oils is not a decision we make lightly, however it is necessary for us to be able to continue expanding our range and introducing new products. 


Current stock levels

We have sufficient stock to allow makers to order more of these discontinued fragrances without the need to worry about missing out, however, if you’d like to place larger orders or order in bulk, then we would recommend doing so sooner rather than later than be sure.


Moving forward

As always, we encourage you to leave reviews on each of our fragrance oils as this gives us important feedback on your experience using our various fragrances. 

If you’d like to sell or swap your NI Candle Supplies fragrance oils (and other products) you no longer want or need, we encourage you to join our NI Candle Supplies Ltd Destash Group. Be sure to read the group announcements and rules prior to making any transactions for the first time.


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