Blending can really transform a fragrance oil. If you want to try something new or if you’re not loving a certain scent, just search your collection and start experimenting. If you need help getting started, check out this post on blending fragrance oils and this one on blending essential oils.
Find blends for the Seascape Collection fragrance oils below. You’ll love the fresh combinations you can create with Pacific Pearl, Coastal Rain, Sea Salt, and Midnight Waters.
Pacific Pearl Fragrance Oil
This scent has notes of lemon zest, white currant, leafy greens, misty rain accord, amber, musk, fresh hay, casaba melon, and green flower stems. The earthy green notes pair really well with floral and citrus scents.
- 1 part Pacific Pearl Fragrance Oil, 1 part Sparkling Snowdrop Fragrance Oil, 1 part Coastal Rain Fragrance Oil
- 3 parts Pacific Pearl Fragrance Oil, 1 part Sea Salt Fragrance Oil
- 2 parts Pacific Pearl Fragrance Oil, 1 part Blushing Orchid Fragrance Oil
Coastal Rain Fragrance Oil
This scent is hard to beat – it has notes of ocean mist, Argentina lemon, white tea, mimosa, algae, sea salt, lotus, lily, cedarwood, and musk. It’s fresh and slightly sweet, so you can blend it with almost anything. We love it paired with fresh linen and tea scents.
- 1 part Coastal Rain Fragrance Oil, 1 part Midnight Waters Fragrance Oil
- 1 part Coastal Rain Fragrance Oil, 2 parts Crisp Cotton Fragrance Oil
- 1 part Coastal Rain Fragrance Oil, 1 part Bergamot Black Tea Fragrance Oil
Sea Salt Fragrance Oil
The notes in this scent include black seaweed accord, cucumber water, Galia melon, green lily blossoms, dewy rose, and white tea leaves. It’s definitely an interesting fragrance. We mixed it with mint and citrus oils to brighten the blend and enhance the cucumber notes.
- 1 part Sea Salt Fragrance Oil, 4 parts Yuzu Cybilla Fragrance Oil, 1/2 part peppermint essential oil, 2nd distill
- 1 part Sea Salt Fragrance Oil, 2 parts Neroli and Shea Blossom Fragrance Oil
- 1 part Sea Salt Fragrance Oil, 1 part Jade Fragrance Oil
Midnight Waters Fragrance Oil
If you love deep and complex scents, pick this one up. The notes include bergamot, orange, sparkling cassis, deep sea water, hyacinth, blue lilies, lemon zest, patchouli, and seaweed. We mixed it with sweeter scents to enhance the orange and cassis notes.
- 1 part Midnight Waters Fragrance Oil, 1 part Moonstone Fragrance Oil
- 1 part Midnight Waters Fragrance Oil, 2 parts Raspberry Jam Fragrance Oil
- 2 parts Midnight Waters Fragrance Oil, 1 part Sultry Black Jasmine Fragrance Oil
Thank you! Could you please post more blending ideas? I really appreciate it.
Chloe with Bramble Berry says
We can definitely pass the suggestion on to our blog team! They would be fun to have for sure.
Rebekah W says
i have some Neroli my MIL wanted me to order and I cant stand it, so thanks for the blending ideas
The Sea Salt / Neroli & Shea blend is GORGEOUS! I just made an HP soap with this blend and now my house smells AHHHMAZING! I love the Seascape fragrances already, and blending them will give me even more wonderful scents! 🙂
Terah with Bramble Berry says
Thanks Marianne! That blend is one of my favorites too!
I’ve wondered about mixing but my concern was skin safety since some have different usage rates. If your mixes don’t have the same skin safe usage rate, would you be risking a skin irritating new blend? Thanks for the article!
Chloe with Bramble Berry says
Hi Eric, you would want to adjust the blend depending on the usage rates of the fragrances you choose to use. This article is a great one on how to blend fragrances safely:
Eric, I have really sensitive skin (eczema, dermatitis, KP…) and using the fragrance oils at BB’s recommended usage rates hasn’t given me any problems. 🙂
Thank you for these pointers and the link to the article about blending fos. The sample of the Sea Salt fo is definitely an interesting and unique fragrance, but it’s not quite enough for even my small batches. Your recommendation to blend it with a citrus is very helpful. I just did a test of a couple drops Orange Peel ( my current favorite fo) to a drop of Sea Salt. I think I will really like the blend; it tones down the brightness of the OP a bit and adds a little complexity. I think I will be trying this blend in a CP batch soon. Thanks again for the tip!
I tried blending Midnight waters with a bit of Lemon Eucalyptus EO and it was nice too. : )