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Making Cold Process Wine Soap

Friday, November 1st, 2013

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If you are looking to add an alluring ingredient to your handmade cold process soaps, wine is one way to go.

Wine in Soaps?

Yes, it is true.  Wine is used in a variety of ways- cooking, drinking, and now even for body care.  Because wine is made from grapes, wine adds an extra aspect of antioxidants and rich nutrients to your product.  And, besides the skin loving benefits, wine also offers a highly luxurious lather, rich in creamy bubbles to your finished soap bars.

Soaping with Wine

Please Note:  Soaping with wine is a more advanced process.  Therefore, if you are new to soaping, you may want to give this recipe a try once you are completely comfortable with the soaping process and have a few cold process soap batches under your belt.

After making several recipes involving unique ingredients in cold process soap, we decided that we were ready to give the addition of wine a try.  Just like with beer soap, the extra ingredient of wine is not something that can be taken lightly or on a whim.

Before cold process soaping with wine, there are proper steps that need to be taken.

The first step in preparing your wine is the simmer.  This step is completed by placing the wine into a pot.  Then, on the stovetop and stirring occasionally, simmer the wine for 30-40 minutes.  Then, the final step in prepping the wine is the freeze.  Once the wine is back to room temperature, carefully place the wine in an empty ice cube tray.  Finally, place the ice cube tray into the freezer and freeze overnight.
Once the wine is frozen, it is now ready for soaping use.

For this recipe, the wine is used as half of the water amount.

Now, when adding the lye to the frozen wine/water, the best precaution to take (besides the regular safety gear and steps) is to mix this portion of the recipe in a deep bowl or pitcher in the sink.  This way, if there is any chance of a volcano effect taking place the sink will minimize the affected area.
The rest of the soaping recipe steps take place as normal.

And, that was all we were prepared for.  However, once the batter was poured into the mold, it decided that it was going to wail a final surprise.

The two pound batch that we were testing was perfectly peaked with gorgeous crests both big and small.  The color of the batter was perfect.  Everything seemed to be great.  When suddenly out of nowhere the batter started to move as if it had taken on a life of its own.  Next, the batter started to spat and bubble.  And, what we conceived was a final battle of disobedience, the soap batter came oozing out of the middle of the mold.

All we could do was take our spatulas and work as fast as we could to try to get the batter back into the mold.  The batter seemed to be unruly.  We thought for sure this batch was done for.  It did take some time, but about 30 minutes after the pour, the batter had settled.  We finally assumed the “drunk had fallen asleep.”

What had happened:

After reviewing our recipe, our steps, and the outcome of what had happened we found the problem.   Cold Process Soaping with a wine that has a high sugar content speeds up gel.  That is what caused the bubbling and spatting in the batter.  A word to the wise is to prepare for this to occur by safe guarding the area where your molds lay.  When using wine in your soap recipes, we suggest using a wine with a low sugar content.

In the End:

Soaping with wine was quite an experience but totally worth the extra effort!   The color of the bars is a perfect wine hue.  The lather of the soap bar is luxurious and creamy.  This recipe, even with its unruliness, was a win.

Since the wine is added as half the water portion of the recipe, you can use any of your favorite cold process soap recipes.  However, if you would like a Wine Cold Process Soap Recipe, Natures Garden has one listed under their free recipes and classes section of their website.  Or, you can simply click here to see the 4 pound Wine Soap Recipe.

Best Selling Fall Fragrance Oils

Friday, November 1st, 2013

The 2013 calendar year is flying by at what seems to be warp speed.  Seeing that it is now officially November, this means that the weather outside is getting colder as we quickly approach the winter months.  Therefore, many people are busy closing the house down and sealing the windows up to keep the heat in.

Due to the changing weather outside, so do to comes a changing in what scents people purchase their products in.  For some reason, during the colder months, people tend to sway their buying habits to more heavy like scents such as spice and food type aromas.  Now, this is not always the case, especially when it comes to duplication scents.  Those types of fragrance oils are always popular year round.  In fact, sometimes with unique scent blends, some fragrances cross all seasonal barriers.

To help you correlate the needs of supply and demand in your products, we feel that we should tell you what the top selling fragrance oils are in the fall.  So, with due diligence we at Natures Garden have compiled a list of these fragrance oils just for you.

So, without further adieu, here are the top 20 selling fragrance oils for the colder months of the fall season.

Please Note:  These fragrance oils are in no particular order.

Bakery/Food Category-

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Pumpkin Crunch Cake Fragrance Oil- Oh, you’re gonna love this fragrance oil by Natures Garden! The aroma of one of our favorite desserts. The aroma of creamy pumpkin pie filling with rich eagle brand milk; surrounded with freshly baked yellow cake, melted butter, pecans, and hints of spice. A Best Seller!  An NG Original fragrance.

Pumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil-This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of sweet cream pumpkin, complimented with nuances of nutmeg, cinnamon, clove, and ginger; rounded out with buttery vanilla notes. A Best Seller!

 

Sweet Potato and Brown Sugar Fragrance Oil

Sweet Potato and Brown Sugar Fragrance Oil- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is Yummy!  Who doesn’t love delicious sweet potatoes and brown sugar drizzled with honey.

 

Oatmeal Milk-n-Honey Fragrance Oil- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the wonderful fresh aroma of hawthorne, with nuances of creamy French vanilla, soy milk and a base note of nutty almond. A Best Seller!

 

Spices Category-

 

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Christmas Cabin Fragrance Oil- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a wonderful blend of bayberries and cranberries with a top note of freshly crushed cinnamon bark with hints of orange zests. An NG Original Fragrance!  A Best Seller!


Cinnamon Sticks Fragrance Oil
- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of freshly ground cinnamon bark. A Best Seller!

Apple Cinnamon Original Fragrance Oil


Apple Cinnamon Original Fragrance Oil
- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is our original Apple Cinnamon fragrance.  If you’re looking for a wonderful blend of apples and cinnamon without an overkill of bakery base notes, our apple cinnamon fragrance oil is just for you!  The aroma of a red juicy McIntosh apple, sprinkled with fresh ground cinnamon sticks.  An NG Original Scent!  A Best Seller!

 

Classical Sweetness/Fruity Fun Category-

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Mulberry Fragrance Oil- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a classic mulberry enhanced by cinnamon stick, wild berries and bitter orange peels.  A Best Seller!

 


Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil
- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is an enticing blend of blackberries and raspberries, with middle notes of white floral greenery, and bottom notes of musk and vanilla.  Highly requested fragrance!  A Best Seller!

 

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Monkey Farts Fragrance Oil
-Oh what a treat with this fragrance oil by Natures Garden! We know you are expecting to read a disgusting description, but this unique complex fragrance is anything but disgusting! This unique fragrance begins with top notes of fresh bananas and juicy grapefruit, middle notes of kiwi, juicy bubblegum, and strawberries; and a hint of vanilla as a base note. Sure to attract new customers! A Best Seller!

KringleBerry Fragrance Oil- A very-merry-festive fragrance oil by Natures Garden with the aroma of fresh cut evergreens, and juicy apples,  delicate white winter florals, sprigs of bright-and-cheery hollyberry, and fruity cranberries and red currants.   An NG Original!

 

sweet orange chili pepper fragrance oil
Sweet Orange Chili Pepper Fragrance Oil- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the sassy, saucy combination of Valencia Orange, Sparkling Bergamot, Tangerine Zest, Tart Cassis, Orange Juice, Neroli, Ground Pepper, Fiery Chili Pepper, and Sheer Musk.

 

Vanilla Category-

Peppermint Fluff Fragrance Oil
Peppermint Fluff Fragrance Oil- A fabulous blend of fresh essential oil of peppermint and huckleberries, hints of violet and white florals, with creamy base notes of vanilla marshmallow. Due to the peppermint essential oil in this blend, your skin will be provided with a slight cool sensation when using in soap or bath products.  Very fun!  NG Original Scent!

 


Vanilla Bean Fragrance Oil
This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a sweet, sugary aroma of fresh vanilla beans.


Woods Category-

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Autumn Woods Fragrance Oil
- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a walk in the woods with the smell of crisp leaves under foot and fresh pine with berries falling off the trees.

 


Christmas Tree Fragrance Oil-
This fragrance oil by Natures Garden will have you ready to start decorating for the Christmas season.  Why not decorate your home with the scent of fresh Christmas tree?  Christmas tree fragrance begins with top notes of pine and fresh lime; with middle notes of cardamom and pepper; with a base note of Scotch pine.  An NG Original Fragrance!  A Best Seller!

 

Duplication Category-

NG Aqua di Gio Type Fragrance Oil
NG Aqua di Gio Type Fragrance Oil- If you have not had the pleasure of smelling this unbelievable scent, it is described as such:  A sexy, fresh, aquatic aroma with bergamot, neroli, and tangerine; flowing into mid notes of rosemary, jasmine, and persimmon; all sitting on a woodsy base note of essential oil of patchouli.


Pink Sugar Type Fragrance Oil
- This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a rendition of Pink Sugar Type. A fruity blend of cotton candy, lemon drops, caramel and raspberry jam on a dry down of musks. A Best Seller!

NG Loving Spell Fragrance Oil

NG Loving Spell Fragrance Oil- An absolutely tantalizing fragrance oil by Natures Garden composed of sweet bouquet of mandarin orange, bergamot, and tangerine enhanced by hints of fresh peaches, strawberries, and raspberries on an undertone of white musk. Imaginative and very complex! A Best Seller!

 

The Perfect Man Fragrance Oil- The Perfect Man fragrance begins with fresh, daring notes of Japanese grapefruit, bergamot, and lemon; followed by middle notes of peppercorn, ginger, jasmine, aquatic marine notes, and a hint of peppermint; sitting on expensive base notes of natural patchouli, cedar, vetiver, labdanum, and frankincense.  Now this is The Perfect Man! An NG Original Scent!

Cinnamon Sticks Fragrance Oil

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

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This best selling fragrance oil is the perfect scent for this holiday season.  Even though this scent reminds many people of Christmas, our customers consider this fragrance a MUST HAVE for their year round product lines too.  This “knock your socks off” cinnamon scent is a huge success; and many of our clients find that their customers absolutely love products made with this fragrance oil.  This perfectly plain, true cinnamon scent is great alone; but many of our customers also suggest mixing Cinnamon Sticks fragrance oil with vanillas or other spice scents to make amazing customized blends.  Cinnamon Sticks Fragrance Oil even made the cut for the Natures Garden 2013 Customer Favorite Fragrance Oils

What does Cinnamon Sticks Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of freshly ground cinnamon bark. 

How Do Our Customers Use Cinnamon Sticks Fragrance Oil?

In the candle crafting realm; our customers use this fragrance oil in their Joy Wax, Soy Wax, Pillar of Bliss, 464, paraffin, paraffin blends, and WOW wax.  This fragrance oil makes extremely strong candles and tarts.  In fact, cinnamon sticks fragrance does not only have a superb hot throw, but also an extremely strong cold throw too.  This phenomenal scent has also been reviewed to work well with melts in electric burners, potpourri burners, reed diffusers, sachet beads, and incense.   

In the realm of bath and body, the usage percent for this fragrance oil is .05% for Bath Oils, Soaps, and Bath Gels, and a .01% for Lotions and Perfumes.  This fragrance oil has been used to make: melt and pour soaps, body sprays, body butters, lotions, and shower gels.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance is awesome to work with.  Here are the official results:  Perfect Pour.  No ricing, no acceleration.  Discolors to a pale yellow.  Stays strong during cure.  Great cinnamon scent on its own or mixed with other scents. 

Candy Cane Fragrance Oil

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013
Candy Cane Fragrance Oil

Candy Cane Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden, gives sweet treat a whole new meaning.

Candy Cane Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

A highly recommended fragrance oil by many of our customers, Candy Cane scent is the perfect aroma for your holiday themed products.  This delicious smelling fragrance is true to name and long lasting.  In fact, it may come as no surprise that the majority of our customers also choose to coordinate this scent in their products with red and white stripes; both through coloring and packaging appeal.  This perfect “no frills” straight candy cane scent has a minty fresh sweetness about it without the overwhelming mint factor that is typically expected.  Not only is this fragrance oil a permanent in many customer’s lines, but many suggest buying and stocking up on the 16oz. size so you don’t run out during the holiday season.

What does Candy Cane Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a wonderful combination of fresh peppermint leaves and sweet ripened strawberries, on a dry down of vanilla.

How Do Our Customers Use Candy Cane Fragrance Oil?

For any candle crafters or home scenters out there- rejoice this fragrance oil has scent throw appeal that is off the charts.  Candy Cane Fragrance Oil has very strong hot and cold throw in candles and is used in Pillar of Bliss, soy, Joy, palm, Wow, and paraffin waxes.  This very aromatic fragrance oil is used in oil burners, hanging air fresheners, and smelly jellies.  Candy Cane fragrance is even used to make room sprays; which also have long lasting and staying power.

For any bath and body crafters, this fragrance oil is a great seller for the holiday season.  The usage percent for this refreshing fragrance oil 5%.  The Vanillin Content is 2.50% so this fragrance oil may discolor your products.  If you are concerned about discoloration, Vanilla White Color Stabilizer is advised by our customers to stabilize discoloration in finished products.  The most common products that customers use this fragrance oil to make are: melt and pour soaps, cologne, shower gel, lotion, spritz lotions, whipped body butters, bath bombs, body scrubs, solid perfumes, and bath gels.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance oil is a powerful peppermint scent.  Here are the official results:  Some acceleration, no separation.  Scent is strong and true.  Discolors to a light medium brown.

If you are looking to make a super cute festive holiday candle this year; whether as a gift or for personal use, Natures Garden has a Candy Cane Candle Recipe.  You can simply click on the link, or find the recipe in the Free Recipes and Classes area of Natures Garden’s website.

Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013
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Natures Garden’s Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil is an NG Original scent.

Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

If there is one scent that is synonymous to autumn it is pumpkin.  However, when you take the scent of rich pumpkin and blend it with warm and inviting spices, and add a burst of crisp, sweet, and juicy apples; what you get is the perfect Holiday time scent.  This fragrance oil is “the perfect marriage between sweet and spicy.”  Natures Garden’s Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil is one of those scents that customers just can’t seem to get enough of in your finished products.  Many of our clients state that this yummy scent flies off the shelves and sells out every time.

What does Pumpkin Apple Butter Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden will put you in the mood for the holidays with top notes of orange, apple, pear, pineapple, and cherries; middle notes of pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove; with base notes of warm vanilla.  Unique, and simply amazing!

How Do Our Customers Use Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil?

For all of you candle crafters or home scenters, Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil is used in gel, Joy, soy, paraffin, and parasoy waxes.  This fragrance oil has excellent cold scent throw and superb hot scent throw.  Pumpkin Apple Butter fragrance is amazingly strong in tarts and melts as well.  This wonderfully aromatic fragrance oil also works very well as room sprays, in potpourri, electric warmers, and aroma beads.

For bath and body crafters, this fragrance oil is a must have and has a usage percentage of 5%. Natures Garden’s Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance oil is used to make: melt and pour soap, solid lotion bars, body scrubs, bubble bombs, creams, and body sprays.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this scent is still strong weeks after cure!  Here are the official results:  Soaps great, no ricing, no acceleration, discolors to a caramel color.  Fabulous scent!

It you are interested in a wonderful cold process soap recipe using Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil check out Pumpkin Puree Cold Process Soap Recipe.  You can simply click on the link or find the recipe under the free recipes and classes section of Natures Garden’s website.

Berry Bewitching Bath Brew Recipe

Friday, October 11th, 2013

Jenny1Here at Natures Garden, we are currently having an employee challenge.  For this spotlight challenge, we have asked each staff member to choose one of their favorite Natures Garden’s fragrance oils and create a project pertaining to that fragrance.  

Yet, another week has passed and we all know what that means!  It is time to get super excited to see this week’s Spotlight Creation.  Jenny, who has only worked for Natures Garden a few months, was the lucky Natures Garden employee selected for this week, and her spotlight creation is cleverly called “Berry Bewitching Bath Brew“.

Jenny is no newbie when it comes to crafting.  She enjoys spending her free time using jewelry crafting as her creative outlet.  Although, she enjoys beaded jewelry; her passion involves making jewelry with glamorous gemstones- adding a little bling to life.Bath-Brew1

When she is not designing beautiful jewelry, Jenny likes to spend time with her family.  Jenny is a newly married wife and also has a daughter.  She and her husband Scott will be celebrating their 1st year anniversary this Sunday.

Jenny, who has the sign Cancer, enjoys being outdoors.  She is a nature lover and animal lover too!

When it comes to leisure time, Jenny enjoys reading.  Her favorite author right now is Dan Brown.  Jenny thinks he is a great author because it’s a combo of “history, mystery, and a little bit of action.  It’s fun.”  Besides Dan Brown books, she has quite a collection of books in her personal library-sci fi, horror, and mystery.  But, she has a special liking for culture, history, and especially genealogy.

Jenny also enjoys listening to cultured music, and is patiently waiting for the new season of The Walking Dead to start.

Jenny loves the color purple and when it comes to Jenny’s life motto she reinvented an age ole adage:  “Knowledge is empowerment!”

For complete instructions for Jenny’s Spotlight Creation, click here or view it under Natures Garden’s free classes and recipes section of the website.

Making Cold Process Beer Soap

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013
Cold Process Beer Soap

Soaping with beer involves a few extra steps, but is totally worth the effort!

Some times the littlest things- like the addition of a unique ingredient to your recipe- converts to major sales of your product.  Beer would happen to be one of those ingredients.

But, what exactly is it about Beer in Soaps?

There is no straight forward answer to this question.  Some people are just amazed by Beer Soap because it was made with beer.  For some, they look at beer soap and can instantly list 10 people that love beer and therefore would get a kick out of beer soap.  For others, they seek out the thick and super creamy elements that a bar of beer soap provides them every time they wash.  And, even still there are others out there that know the great conditioning aspects that beer soap contributes to their skin.  The list of reasons is limitless, but one thing is for sure… Cold Process Beer Soap does get attention!

Soaping with Beer

Please Note:  Soaping with beer is a more advanced process.  Therefore, if you are new to soaping, you may want to sidebar this recipe until you are completely comfortable with the soaping process and have a few cold process soap batches under your belt.

Recently, we decided that we had to give cold process beer soap making a try.  As we found out, the addition of beer to a soaping recipe is not something that can be taken lightly or on a whim.  First things first; one of the most important steps in prepping your beer soap recipe is removing all of the carbonation from the beer itself.  This is extremely important to the soap recipe because beer is used to replace the full water portion of your recipe.  When adding the lye to a beer that is still carbonated you just don’t get a volcano, the volcano you get is supercharged with bubbles (carbonation.)  This is why you want a flat beer before beginning to soap.

One of the best ways to remove the carbonation from the beer is to let it set out for 3 days.  You do this by opening the can, pouring it into a bowl, and occasionally stirring it throughout the 3 days.  A good rule of thumb to use is every time you enter the room that the beer is setting in, give it a stir.

The next step in preparing your beer is the boil.  After the three days have elapsed, place your beer into a pot on the stove top and boil it and simmer for 30-40 minutes, stirring occasionally.  This step is also taken as a precaution to eliminate any leftover carbonation.

The final step after the boil is to freeze the beer.  Let the beer temperature drop to room temp, then carefully place the beer in an empty ice cube tray and freeze overnight.  This step is beneficial in two ways- eliminating carbonation (once again) and offsetting the high temperature for when the lye is added to the frozen beer.

Once the beer is frozen, it is now ready for soaping use.

Now, when adding the lye to the frozen beer, the best precaution to take (besides the regular safety gear and steps) is to mix this portion of the recipe in a deep bowl or pitcher in the sink.  This way, if there is any chance of a volcano effect taking place the sink will minimize the affected area.  Now, the other special note to be aware of in this step is the adding of the lye.  Because the beer is frozen, the lye (as it reacts) will melt the beer.  You want to constantly stir the beer cubes around after each small spurt of lye is added.  This will become easier as the frozen beer melts into a liquid.  Keep adding the lye in small amounts until all is used.  And, stir until you are sure that all the lye is dissolved.  Also, it should also be noted, there is quite a distinctive odor that is given off by the beer/lye solution- you will want to definitely want to make sure that you are in a well ventilated area.

The rest of the soaping recipe steps take place as normal.

In the End

Soaping with beer was a new experience!   The end results are simply amazing.  The color of the bars is a perfect beer hue.  The lather of the soap bar truly is thick and creamy.  And, after bathing with it, your skin feels soft and supple.  Cold Process Beer Soap is worth the extra steps.

Since the beer is added as the water portion of the recipe, you can use your favorite cold process soap recipe.  However, if you would like a Cold Process Beer Recipe, Natures Garden has one listed under their free recipes and classes section of their website.  Or, you can simply click here to see the 4 pound Beer Soap Recipe.

Baby Powder Fragrance Oil

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013
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Natures Garden’s Baby Powder Fragrance Oil is a year round Best Selling fragrance oil.

Baby Powder Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Although this scent is the real deal and dominates when it comes to baby shower favors, expecting mothers, or child themed products, Natures Garden’s Baby Powder fragrance oil is also adored by anyone who simply loves the scent of fresh and clean.  This fragrance, as one customer puts it, “is a true aroma of pleasant baby powder.” However, do not assume that this sweet and powdery fragrance oil is subtle.  Many of our customers comment that Natures Garden’s Baby Powder Fragrance Oil is the best baby powder scent available.  They even refer to how quickly the scent perfectly fills the room or even house when they are crafting their products.  Needless to say, this scent is an “Absolute Must Have!” and it is a great mixing fragrance as well.

What does Baby Powder Smell Like? 

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is reminiscent of Johnson’s Baby powder scent.  A Best Seller!

How Do Our Customers Use Baby Powder Fragrance Oil?

For candle crafters or home scenters; Baby Powder Fragrance Oil is used in an array of waxes like palm, Wow, Soy, Ecosoya, and paraffin waxes.  This fragrance oil also has awesome hot and cold scent throw and is nice and strong without being overpowering.  On the home scenting end, this fragrance oil has many possibilities such as room sprays, wax dipped stuffed animals, dryer sachets, aroma beads, smelly jellies, reeds, and incense.  This fragrance oil is even put in oil diffusers too!

On the bath and body end, this fragrance is highly recommended.  The usage percent for this fragrance oil is 5%, and the Vanillin Content is 2% so this fragrance oil may discolor your products.  Natures Garden’s Baby Powder fragrance oil is used to make:  Body Butter Melts, melt and pour soaps, lotions, bubble bombs, body wash, bath gel, and even body powder.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance oil is remarkable.  Here are the official results:  Perfect Pour, no ricing, no acceleration, discolors to a brown, but scent stays true.

If you are looking for a great recipe using Baby Powder Fragrance Oil, check out the Natural Baby Powder Recipe under Natures Garden’s Free Recipes and Classes section of the website.

Chai Tea Fragrance Oil

Monday, September 30th, 2013
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This very complex fragrance oil by Natures Garden is an NG Original Scent!

Chai Tea Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

This true to name fragrance oil by Natures Garden is one realistic aroma you should not pass over.  A wonderfully unique scent that is deep, rich, and creamy; this fragrance oil even has warm, comforting notes to it.  Many of our customers report this spicy fragrance as fast selling, with consumers absolutely adoring this complex scent in their products.  Our customers even comment that “for chai tea lovers, this is a Must Have!”

What does Chai Tea Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is very complex! Our chai tea fragrance begins with top notes of spicy cinnamon bark and nutmeg; followed with a body of fresh green tea; finished off with the aroma of creamy soy milk.

How Do Our Customers Use Chai Tea Fragrance Oil?

For any candle crafters and home scenters, Chai Tea Fragrance Oil is used in WOW, Joy, Pillar of Bliss, and Soy waxes.  The scent has very strong hot and cold throw, especially in soy and Joy waxes.  This fragrance oil is even used in oil burners and can be used to make very aromatic tarts as well.

For any bath and body crafters, this fragrance oil is out of this world in products.  The usage percent for this fragrance oil is 1% for Bath Oils, Soaps, and Bath Gels; and .5% for Lotions and Perfumes.  The Vanillin Content is 2% so this fragrance oil may discolor your products.  If you are concerned about discoloration, Vanilla White Color Stabilizer is advised by our customers to stabilize discoloration in finished products.  The most common products that customers use this fragrance oil to make are: spritz lotions, whipped body butters, bath bombs, body scrubs, solid perfumes, melt and pour soaps, and bath gels.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance oil is unmatched.  Here are the official results:  “Soaped beautifully, no ricing, no acceleration, discolored to a light brown, behaved, scent retention is strong.  I have soaped several chai teas, and this one is the best thus far.”

Werewolf Fragrance Oil

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013
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Werewolf Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is an NG Original Fragrance. This complex scent will have your customers howling for more.

Werewolf Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

A quickly rising favorite among customers, this fragrance oil is very unique to say the least.  Werewolf Fragrance oil has a true to name transforming appeal to it.  A refreshing, clean, and masculine type aroma; that when used in products, consumers just can’t seem to walk away without coming back to purchase.  Once bitten by the scent, it just seems to take over.  In fact, after testing, many of our customers comment that they not only use this fragrance oil for their product lines, but many use it for their husbands’ personal care items as well!

What does Werewolf Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is sexy and animalistic.  Fresh citrus highlights sparkle around the floral heart of lavender and ylang in this sensuous blend. An earthy signature of patchouli and spiced wood leads to a base of warm animal tones. Leather and musk balance with balsamic undertones as hints of powdery vanilla complete the blend.

How Do Our Customers Use Werewolf Fragrance Oil?

For all of you candle crafters or home scenters, Werewolf Fragrance Oil is used in gel, WOW, Joy, Pillar of Bliss, and Soy waxes.  This fragrance oil has amazing scent throw and makes wonderfully strong tarts and votives as well.  This fragrance oil also works very well in potpourri, electric warmers, sachet beads, and hanging air fresheners.

For bath and body crafters, this fragrance oil has a usage percentage of 5%. Natures Garden’s Werewolf fragrance oil is used to make: shave gels, solid lotion bars, cologne, bubble bath, body scrubs, melt and pour soaps, bath gels, and aftershave.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance oil soaps like a dream!  Here are the official results:  Perfect Pour, no ricing, no acceleration, discolors to a tan.