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Lemon Scent

Sunday, April 6th, 2014

lemon scentLemon Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Lemon Fragrance Oil is truly a clean crisp scent.  This lemon scent is not overpowering, and leaves your home with that fresh, just cleaned aroma.  In fact, this lemon scent is so realistic; your home will smell like you spent all day cleaning it.  This lemon scent may just warrant a nice dinner out for all of your “hard work.”  With the spot on, realistic scent of freshly squeezed lemons your senses will feel revived and refreshed.  Plus, this lemon scent is a fabulous mood lifter, making it a great seller too!

What does Lemon Fragrance Oil smell like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of a freshly squeezed juicy lemon.

How do our customers use Lemon Fragrance Oil?

For anyone that is a candle crafter or home scenter; Lemon Fragrance Oil is used in all kinds of waxes including:  soy, paraffin, WOW, soy blends, palm, Joy, and Pillar of Bliss.  Lemon scent has a true lemon aroma that works incredibly well in hot and cold scent throw.  This fragrance oil is a perfect home scenting aroma; working well in home deodorizing products like room refreshing sprays, and linen sprays.  But, this fragrance can also be used in oil burners, aroma beads, and smelly jellies too.

For bath and body crafters, this fragrance is a must!  The usage rate for this fragrance oil is 5% for bath oils, soaps, and bath gels.  And, for lotions and perfumes, this lemon scent has a usage rate of 3%.  Also, it should be noted that Lemon Fragrance Oil contains .8% vanillin so vanilla white color stabilizer is something you may want to consider to help offset discoloration in the finished product.  This amazingly fresh fragrance is used to make homemade lotion bars, bath fizzes, sugar scrubs, whipped body butters, melt and pour soaps, bath gels, and even salt bars.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance had a very good scent retention.  Here are the official results:  Perfect Pour, no ricing, no acceleration, scent is true.  Slight discoloration.

Peace Scent

Monday, March 31st, 2014

peace scentPeace Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

This “peace”ful scent is a winner across the board.  Appealing to a wide variety of customers, Peace Fragrance Oil is hands down one great exotic type scent.  With a down to earth aroma; one whiff and it is like you have been whisked away to a calm and relaxing state.  There are endless possibilities when using this peace scent.  This scent is certainly a must have for your fragrance collection and your customers will love it.  Many of our customers give peace scent a “thumbs up” for being a pleasing, relaxing, and unique scent.

What does Peace Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a duplication of Pacifica’s Tibetian Mountain Temple.  This fragrance is a wonderful blend of ginger, carnation, orange, vetiver, and musk.  This fragrance smells amazing in cold process soap!  Don’t judge this one out of the bottle.  The natural oils really come alive in finished products. NG Original Scent!  A Best Seller!

How Do Our Customers Use Peace Fragrance Oil?

If you are a candle crafter, or if you are in the home scenting industry; this scent is delightful.  With an aroma that travels throughout the whole house, Peace scent makes awesome candles and tarts with incredible scent throw.  This scent works marvelously well in Joy, Soy, paraffin soy blends, Palm, Wow, and Pillar of Bliss waxes.  Peace can even be used in potpourri, oil burners, and smelly jellies.

For bath and body crafters, this fragrance oil is divine.  The usage rate for Peace scent is 5%, and the Vanillin Content is .09% so Vanilla White Color Stabilizer is advised by our customers to stabilize discoloration in finished products.  This fresh and exotic scent is used to make: body scrubs, lotions, melt and pour soaps, liquid hand soap, foaming body butters, and bath jellies.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance soaps like a dream.  Here are the official results: WOW!  The fragrance is amazing, unique, and remains strong after cure.  Perfect pour.  No ricing or acceleration.  Turns brown sugar color after cure.

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If you are interested in using Peace Scent in a cold process soap recipe, please click on this link to view the vibrant World Peace CP Soap recipe.


Raspberry Zinger Fragrance Oil

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Natures Garden's Rasberry Zinger Fragrance OilRaspberry Zinger Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

A yummy and delicious smelling sweet treat for your products, Natures Garden’s Raspberry Zinger Fragrance Oil is almost too luscious to pass up.  This perfectly balanced fragrance oil of creamy coconut, raspberry, and buttercream is a delectable addition to body care products or home scenting items.  An amazing duplication of the scrumptious dessert, Raspberry Zinger is a cream of the crop scent when it comes to bakery aromas.

What does Raspberry Zinger Smell Like?

Ever eaten a Hostess Raspberry Cream filled Zinger? Well, this fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the duplication of the aroma. This wonderful creative scent begins with sweet raspberry and toasted coconut, middle notes of buttercream frosting, and bottom notes of freshly baked yellow sponge cake. Makes you very hungry! A Best Seller!  An NG Original!

How Do Our Customers Use Raspberry Zinger Fragrance Oil?

For those of you that are candle crafters; our customers use this fragrance oil in their 100% Soy, Pillar of Bliss, parasoy, paraffin, WOW, and Joy wax candles.  This scent is amazing in candles, and has a fantastic hot and cold scent throw.  Raspberry Zinger fragrance also works well in room sprays, and tart and oil burners.

For bath and body crafters, this fragrance oil is quite a treat.  The usage rate is 5%, and is used to make: body scrubs, perfumes, bath bombs, melt and pour soaps, lotions, bath gels, whipped body butters, body creams, and spray lotions.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, here are the official testing results:  Some acceleration, no ricing.  Good scent.  Smells just like the real thing.  Discolors to a chocolate color.

Huckleberry Harvest Fragrance Oil

Friday, August 23rd, 2013

Natures Garden’s Huckleberry Harvest Fragrance Oil is both a best seller and a Natures Garden’s Original Fragrance Oil.


Huckleberry Harvest Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

One of the sweetest pleasures of being in the Northwest is huckleberries, especially during harvest time.  Typically, for the magical month of mid August through mid September, the aroma and the appeal of huckleberries and all their lusciousness is super sweet.  And, now you can have all the berry juicy huckleberry scent you want, regardless of where you live or what time of the year it is with this round full flavored scent!  In fact, many of our customers state this fragrance sells year round for them!

What does Huckleberry Harvest Smell Like?

Natures Garden’s Huckleberry Harvest Fragrance:  A Best Seller!  An NG Original Fragrance!  A bouquet reminiscent of blueberry with raspberry, grape, strawberry and peach top notes with a sweet background.

How Do Our Customers Use Huckleberry Harvest Fragrance Oil?

For anyone who is a candle crafter or home scenter; Huckleberry Harvest Fragrance Oil is used in paraffin, parasoy blends, gel, soy, soy blends, and Joy waxes.  This fragrance oil is even used in Pillar of Bliss wax to make amazing tarts and votives.  Since this fragrance oil is very aromatic and has wonderful hot and cold throw, it is considered “a must have” and “a keeper” by many of our customers.  This fragrance oil also works well for air fresheners and potpourri.

For bath and body crafters, this fragrance is a win!  The usage percent for this fragrance oil is 5%.  This spectacular fragrance oil is used to make: lotions, creams, melt and pour soap, bath salts, shower gels, body sprays, and shampoos.   Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance is a champion.  Here are the official results:  Perfect Pour, no ricing, no acceleration, no discoloration, scent holds beautifully and is strong.  A keeper.

What Are Wet Spots in Candles?

Monday, July 29th, 2013

Using a wax like Golden Foods Soy Wax 464, and a few preventative measures can help eliminate wet spots from your candles.


What are Wet Spots in Candles?

The term “wet spots” in candle making refers to the spots or patches in container candles that appear to have air, or a wet spot showing through the glass or transparent container and the candle wax.  Wet spots are extremely common and are one of the most common complaints among candle makers.   However, wet spots will not inhibit the functionality of your candle, just the aesthetic appeal.

What causes Wet Spots?

1.  Pouring hot candle wax into too cold of a container.
2.  Pouring your melted candle wax at a temperature much cooler than what is suggested.
3.  Using a pillar/votive wax for container candles instead of a container wax that is formulated for that purpose.
4.  Cooling your candles too fast; subjecting your candles to an environment which has drafts or is lower than 70-72 degrees.
5.  Pouring candle wax into dirty containers.

How to Avoid Wet Spots?

1.  Try to eliminate or prevent wet spots by thoroughly washing and drying your containers before using.  This will get any dust or debris out that may have fallen into your jars.

2.  Be sure to use a container wax so that your wax adheres properly to your container.  Votive/pillar waxes are not suggested for container candles.  Wax like Golden Foods Soy Wax 464, is a great start.  This type of soy wax has a wonderful adhesion to glass containers, therefore minimizing the chances of getting wet spots.

3.  Heat your jars/containers at the lowest setting on a cookie sheet in the oven for twenty minutes prior to filling them.  This also allows for the candle wax to cool slowly which allows for better adhesion to the container.

4.  Another thing that tends to reduce the occurrence of wet spots is pouring your candles inside the box the candle jars came in.  This helps to insulate your candles while they cool slowly.  Allow your candles to set up at room temperature, in a room that has no drafts.

5.  If you start to see the wet spots taking place as the candle is cooling, this means you should consider increasing your pour temperature.  Testing with a thermometer is key here.  Follow the manufacturer’s recommended pour temperature.