Cinnamon Scent


The warm, spicy aroma of cinnamon will remind you of fresh baked goodies, warm tea or cider on a cold, blustery day. Our cinnamon fragrance oil has the typical scent of fresh cinnamon sticks. It works well all on its own or when blended with other fragrances such as sugar cookie or vanilla. Frequently used in perfumes as a base fragrance, it also works wonderfully to make candles. We do not recommend use of fragrance oils in any lip care product, as they are not food grade and not safe to be ingested.

Cinnamon Fragrance OilINCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients) Listing


FDA Approved Common Name Ingredient Listing


Skin Safe

Cinnamon is known to be a skin-irritant in some instances. If using in body care products, we recommend to test on a small patch of skin first to make sure no irritation develops.

Discoloration in Cold Process Soap (Vanilla Content)

If the fragrance you are using contains vanilla as part of its composition, it may result in some natural brown discoloration in your finished bar of cold process soap. This is a completely natural reaction caused by the chemical interaction between the vanilla and the lye. Our cinnamon fragrance oil does contain vanilla, so some brown discoloration will occur, but this can be used to your advantage once you understand the reaction.

Phthalate Free


Flash Point

190° F (+/- 5° F)

Guidelines on Amount to Use

Determining the amount of fragrance to use in a specific type of body care product is a combination of technical information relating to the fragrance you are using and your own personal preference. For each of our fragrances, we supply information from the International Fragrance Association’s (IFRA) standard on the maximum concentrations to use in specific types of body care products. Here are the IFRA Skin Exposure Levels for our cinnamon fragrance in some common body care products:

Body Care Product

Maximum Usage Level

Baby Creams, Lotions, Oils   0.1%
Bath Gels, Foams, Washes, Salts 0.1%
Body Creams, Oils, Lotions  0.1%
Body Sprays  0.1%
Deodorants  0.0%
Face Cream 0.1%
Hand Cream 0.1%
Perfume 0.1%
Shampoo  0.1%
Soap (Liquid & Bar) 0.1%


Using fragrance oils in products that might be ingested such as lip balms, mouthwashes or toothpaste is not allowed according to IFRA. Fragrance oils are not food grade. There are no restrictions for use in candles or other type of air freshener products.  

It is important to remember that the usage levels listed above are the maximums recommended by IFRA and we do not recommend using more than these levels. There is also the component of personal preference. Everyone has different tolerance levels for any particular fragrance. We recommend to test out different amounts of new fragrances in your body care recipes to see what usage level works to make your products the most appealing for your customer base.

Animal Testing Statement

This product is Leaping Bunny certified. In 1996, a group of eight national animal protection organizations banded together to form the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics (CCIC). The CCIC promotes a single comprehensive standard for being able to label body care products as “animal-friendly” or "cruelty-free." They also created an internationally recognized Leaping Bunny logo. The reason this coalition was formed was in order to educate consumers and to make shopping for cruelty-free products easier and more trustworthy. Click here to learn more about The Corporate Standard of Compassion for Animals.

If you would like to receive a copy of the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) for this fragrance oil, please contact our sales department here.