7 Awesome Essential Oil Blends That Smell Like Candy

I would never have thought about candy essential oil blends unless a friend interested in making body scrubs hadn’t asked me about them.

She specifically wanted to know how to make her scrubs smell like cotton candy.

Well, come to find out, there’s actually a blend of essential oils that smells like cotton candy.

In fact, there are other candy scented essential oil blends to try.

Be strong because these scents may make you crave candy and sweet treats. 🙂

Essential Oil Blends that smell like candy.

How To Use These Candy Smelling Essential Oil Blends

These oil combinations can be used in your DIY beauty products or in a diffuser.

You will need to adjust the drops according to what you are using it for.

You can’t mess it up. Really!

If you don’t like the smell start over. If it needs to be stronger add a few more drops of oils.

The great thing about using essential oils is that you can experiment to your heart’s delight until you get the scent you love!

For a diffuser simply drop these oils in your favorite essential oil diffuser or diffuser jewelry and you are good to go.

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I get my essential oils from a few different places.

Simply Earth has a good variety of oils to choose from.

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You can also check my Amazon store essential oils and accessories.

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Amazing Smelling Candy Essential Oil Blends To Try

These blends smell so good and I can’t wait to hear what you think.

Grab your diffuser or your DIY essential oil scrub recipe and start blending.

I ran across this set of essential oils that are supposed to smell like homemade desserts. If you try them let me know!

Cotton Candy Essential Oil Blend

The most popular blend of oils to make a scent like Cotton Candy is grapefruit, ylang ylang, and vanilla.

Drop these into a diffuser and see how they smell to you.

Cotton Candy Essential Oils Blends

Bubble Gum Essential Oil Blend

Mix together 4 Drops Grapefruit, 2 drops Ylang Ylang and 1 Drop Eucalyptus for the sweet smell of Bubble Gum.

Bubble Gum Essential Oil Blend. Grapefruit, Ylang Ylang and eucalyptus


Candy Shop Essential Oil Blend

Make your home smell like a candy shop. Add wintergreen, orange, and lemon to your diffuser and enjoy.

Essential Oil Blend that smells like a candy shop

Candy Cane Essential Oil Blend #1

Peppermint, Cinnamon, and Orange smell delicious together.

Check out my other Christmas blends over in this post.

Candy Cane Essential Oil Blend

Candy Cane Essential Oil Blend #2

This blend is a little different with fir needle, peppermint, and cinnamon.

Gum Drop Essential Oil Blend

Clove, Lime, Cinnamon, and Orange. Who would have thought? Try it. See what you think.

Gumdrop Essential Oil Blend

Candy Corn Essential Oil Blend

Halloween and candy corn go together right? Try Frankincense, Cinnamon, and Orange together in your diffuser.

Candy Corn Essential Oil Blend

Jelly Bean Essential Oil Blend

Now You Tell Me? Have A Favorite Candy Scented Blend You Want To Tell Me About?

Have you ever made a candy-scented essential oil blend? Comment below and tell me your favorites.

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Reader Comments

  1. Ok these sound waaay too fun! I can’t wait to give them a try! Thank you… i’m Pinning them all for later!

    1. Stacy Russell says:

      Yes, some of these smell sooo good!

  2. Andrea Nichole says:

    Do the cotton candy and bubble gum ones really work?? I want these scents for my skincare products but don’t want to use synthetics.

  3. Stacy Russell says:

    I do think these blends smell good together but what I think smells like cotton candy my daughter doesn’t. It’s sorta trial and error because your chemistry reacts to the oils differently.
    I couldn’t find any premade oil blend that didn’t have “natural perfumes” or fragrance.
    If you find one, please let me know.

  4. Jennifer says:

    This is a weird one, but I think orange and dragonsblood together smell like those old, gritty, two-toned Smartees lollipops from penny candy places…

    1. Stacy Russell says:

      I remember those!
      I will have to try that combo and see what I think.

  5. Nita Henson says:

    How many drops each would be needed to put into a roller bottle?

    1. Stacy Russell says:

      Hi Nita,
      I haven’t tried using those scents in a roller bottle but I bet that would be great!
      You could experiment by doubling the drops in a recipe and adding them to a roller bottle and then fill the rest of the way with fractionated coconut oil.
      Let me know if you try it.

  6. Karrie Collom says:

    When you say vanilla…. like vanilla extract??

    1. Stacy Russell says:

      Vanilla isn’t technically an essential oil but it’s different than the extract. There are a few different brands. I think like most oils they all smell a little different to each person.
      Edens Garden has a nice vanilla. https://amzn.to/2UOYaEO

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