At Scentsy, fragrance is our passion.
We understand how scents have the ability to enliven the senses.
The creation of each Scentsy fragrance is part art and part science— it’s the translation of emotions and memories into ingredients.
Here’s how we do it
We start with fragrance oils
Each fragrance might be composed of several types of oils. The materials we use in our fragrances exceed current U.S. safety standards, and our fragrance houses adhere strictly to safety consumer and environmental guidelines.
- Essential oils, which are natural oils extracted from plants and flowers.
- Absolute oils, which are highly aromatic, concentrated, oily mixtures extracted from plants.
- Synthetic oils, which are man-made scents that duplicate a particular fragrance.
There are 2,000 to 5,000 different ingredients that perfumers use to create fragrance formulas—each time you open a Scentsy Bar, you’re enjoying the skillful work of some of the world’s top scent creators.
Top notes give a fragrance its initial impact. When you open a Scentsy Bar, the first thing you smell is the fragrance’s top notes. These scents are fresher and lighter than mid or base notes.
Mid notes are the heart of a fragrance. These notes really define the character, or body, of a fragrance.
Base notes create longevity. They are heavier, sweeter, and more long-lasting than mid or top notes.