We are currently taking orders for 1 ml, 3 ml, and 5 ml sizes. We will start taking orders again soon for the 17 ml and 34 ml bottle sizes.
Our newest scent, Yin & Ylang, was launched last spring. It was created in collaboration with Michelyn Camen at Cafleurebon. Notes are bergamot, blood orange, soft aldehydes, beeswax absolute, ylang complete oil, jasmine sambac absolute, tuberose absolute, rose damascones, ginger CO2, Mysore sandalwood absolute, oakmoss absolute, amber, patchouli, vanilla, and musk. For more information, see the full description on the Yin & Ylang page.
The new all-natural scent Amber Incense is in the testing phase and should be ready to release soon.
Most Recent New Fragrance Releases:
Yin & Ylang
Spiced Citrus Vetiver
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Current Turn-Around Time:
Sonoma Scent Studio usually provides a quick turn-around time of 1-4 business days, but that can change periodically depending on the number of orders coming in. Updates will be posted here if it will be longer than 1-4 business days. You'll usually get a shipping notification email when your shipping label is printed.