Thyme and Olive Fragrant Oil 20 ml

This fragrance is used at a ratio of approximately 8% by weight of wax, but fragrance is a personal choice; some people like more and some people like less. You will also find that you may use more of less with different waxes. 10% is the maximum usage rate for maximum scent throw and higher usage rates will compromise the integrity of the wax.

Note – If you are making a 100 g candle you may use 8 g of fragrance to 92 g wax.

Top notes: Citrus, Green

Mid notes: Thyme, Rosemary

Base Notes: Cedarwood, Patchouli


These are the maximum allowable mixtures, not the recommended rates
Product Code FRG-149B-20
Skin Safe % per Kg
            Soap 15.5%
            Air Freshener 18.5%
            Perfume Spray On 15.5%


Although fragrant oils are sourced from primarily natural ingredients, they still have a chemical element to them.  Remember that you can use essential oils, which are all natural, in your candles and skin care but the scent will not be as aromatic and will not last as long.



Additional information

Weight 0.065 kg
Dimensions 2.5 × 2.5 × 10 cm

Our fragrance oils offered here are crafted in Australia, supporting local industry and ensuring the highest standards of quality. They are free from phthalates and comply with IFRA standards. Each fragrance is tested for compatibility with various waxes, including paraffin and natural waxes such as soy and palm. If a fragrance is suitable for body use, specific percentages for various applications are provided.

The fragrances are composed of approved natural, naturally-derived, and specialty aroma ingredients. The safety of all materials has been studied by the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and approved by the International Fragrance Association (IFRA). This guarantees that all fragrances are safe for consumer use.

*It is recommended to conduct your own tests with the intended wax and fragrance to achieve the best results.

Understanding Fragrances

Fragrance oils are complex compositions made up of top, mid, and base notes, each playing a crucial role in the overall scent experience.

  • Top Notes: These provide an energetic first impression and are the first to fade, paving the way for the heart notes. Examples include citrus scents like lemon, orange, and bergamot, as well as invigorating scents like pepper and mint.
  • Mid Notes: Also known as heart notes, these form the core of the fragrance, adding depth and personality. Common mid notes include fruity, floral, and spicy scents.
  • Base Notes: These linger the longest, providing the full body of the scent. Base notes often include rich, earthy scents like cedarwood, amber, musk, vetiver, vanilla, and patchouli.

The carefully curated fragrances ensure a harmonious blend of these notes, creating a captivating scent experience for your candle-making projects.