Free Lotion Samples: Pixie Dust, Plumberry Spice & Pluot

We are back at it making more lotion samples and sending them to you! For every order placed with we add in a sample product and today we have made several lotion samples and they are ready to be added to your order. Just leave a comment in the the “notes” section of your order if you want to try one of these fabulous scent samples and we will send it along with your order.


Today we are taking the Lotion Base, Paraben Free, 1 gallon of base and adding in 1 fl oz. of fragrance to each gallon of lotion and stirring until fully mixed, then filling samples sizes to ship in every order placed with

The fragrance oils that we have chosen to mix up in the lotion today are Pixie Dust, Plumberry Spice, and Pluot.

Pixie Dust – is another one of my favorite citrus scents because of the fresh clean aroma, it has hints of aloe, greens and a subtle citrus twist. This scent is perfect in just about anything from lotions, soap, and room sprays, you just can’t go wrong with this one.

Plumberry Spice – A seasonal favorite! This scent has sweetened plums, currants, blackberries, raspberries, cinnamon, cloves and vanilla. Ready for the holidays? This scent is perfect for room sprays or candles, the scent lingers throughout your home. With this scent everyone visiting your home will be asking what is that great scent. They won’t be able to put their noses away.

Pluot – Yum, Pluot is a mix of apricot and a plum; a great tasting fruit and definitely one to try. Pluot is a blend of plum and apricot, with a twist of citrus, vanilla, sandalwood and sugar. This scent is great in lotions, soaps and everything in between.

So, next time you place an order and want to try one of these scented samples that we are preparing, add a comment in the note section and we will send it your way!



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