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Sherlock Homie Fragrance Oil

Saturday, August 3rd, 2013
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Sherlock Homie Fragrance Oil is definitely an intriguing and captivating scent that pops with a refreshing allure.

 

Sherlock Homie Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Soon to be a best-selling fragrance oil, Sherlock Homie is undeniable.  Categorized as refreshing and mysterious, this fragrance has just the right amount of sexy strength; especially if you are looking for a great male type fragrance oil.   The unique combination of fragrance notes leaves a sophisticated and smart appeal in your finished products.  This scent should not be overlooked!

What does Sherlock Homie Smell Like?

A mysterious blend of watery notes with secret spices surrounded by precious woods.  With top notes of cucumber, lemon, lime, ozone, and grapefruit.  Middle notes of neroli, cumin, and coriander.  And, base notes of musk and patchouli.

How Do Our Customers Use Sherlock Homie Fragrance Oil?

For candle crafters and home scenters; our customers use this fragrance oil in their tarts, votives, Palm Container wax, WOW wax, Joy wax, and soy.  The hot scent throw is remarkably strong.  As for other home scenting ideas; this fragrance oil has been used to make aroma beads and smelly jellies.  This fragrance oil can also be used in oil burners and odor eliminators or room re-freshening sprays as well.

On the bath and body end of products, the usage percent for this fragrance oil is 5%, and is used to make:  Goat’s Milk melt and pour soaps, body butters, shampoo, shower gel, and body sprays.  And, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance is a must have for male marketed soaps.  Here are the official results:  Perfect pour.  No acceleration, no ricing, no separation, no discoloration.  Nice, strong scent.

Best Friends Fragrance Oil

Thursday, August 1st, 2013
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Best Friends Fragrance Oil is both a Natures Garden’s Original Fragrance as well as a Best Seller. This fun and fruity fragrance oil has a long lasting scent on you and in your products.

 

Best Friends Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Best Friends Fragrance Oil is a great addition to any product line.  This very complex, fruity floral leaves many people asking what scent it is.  One of the greatest advantages of this sweet and juicy fragrance oil is that it is a year round fragrance oil (even though the official Best Friends Day is June 8th).  This berry scent is highly recommended by Natures Garden’s customers as well as sure fire winner in candles and bath and body products.  Best Friends Fragrance Oil is also timeless, people of all ages love it!

What does Best Friends Smell Like?

A wonderful aromatic blend of boysenberries, elderberries, strawberries, guava and pomegranate with a down of soft vanilla.

How Do Our Customers Use Best Friends Fragrance Oil?

For candle crafters and home scenters; our customers use this fragrance oil in their soy waxes, soy blends, Joy wax, tarts, and pillar of bliss wax, with an amazingly strong scent throw; both hot and cold.  As for other home scenting ideas; this fragrance oil has been used to make air fresheners, aroma bead ornaments, and reed diffuser sticks.

On the bath and body end of products, the usage percent for this fragrance oil is 5%.  This wonderful fragrance is used to make:  perfume roll-ons, melt and pour soaps, body butters, body sprays, bath bombs, bubble bath, and lotions.  Many of our bath and body customers state that this fragrance oil is a “must try” if you have never used it, the scent is that good.  And, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance is amazing.  Here are the official results:  Soaps great, no ricing,  no acceleration, discolors to a brown.

Country Home Fragrance Oil

Thursday, August 1st, 2013
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Country Home is a Natures Garden Original Fragrance Oil.

 

Country Home Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

If you are looking for a great fall type scent, Natures Garden’s Country Home Fragrance Oil may be it.  This fragrance oil has a very welcoming and “at home” appeal to it.  The accord of this fragrance’s notes give a certain element of warmth and comfort that allows for this scent to be extremely popular in the home scenting market.  This fragrance would also be an excellent complementary fragrance oil for those who enjoy scenting their homes with Apple Cinnamon scents.

What does Country Home Smell Like?

The same aroma you get when walking into a log cabin that has spicy/citrus potpourri in the air. The aroma really makes you feel at home and content.

How Do Our Customers Use Country Home Fragrance Oil?

For those of you that are candle crafters and home scenters; our customers use this fragrance oil in their soy, palm, pillar of bliss, and WOW wax candles.  The scent has a very nice throw both hot and cold in candles.  As for other home scenting ideas; this fragrance oil has been used to make incense sticks and cones, aroma beads,  smelly jellies, and potpourri.  This fragrance oil can also be used in oil burners and odor eliminators as well.

On the bath and body end, the usage percent for this fragrance oil is 2.6%, and is used to make:  Melt and pour soaps, homemade lotions, and body balms.  And, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance soaped well.  Here are the official results:  Perfect pour, no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, discolors to a yellow color.

Where Can I Buy Wholesale Fragrance Oils

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013
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Natures Garden offers over 800 different fragrance oils and they are all available for purchase at wholesale pricing.

 

 

Where Can I Buy Wholesale Fragrance Oils?

Stop paying retail prices for your fragrance oils.  Natures Garden Candle and Soap Supplies is the largest wholesale distributor of fragrance oils in the USA, offering over 800 different fragrance oils.  Natures Gardens fragrance oils are 100% concentrated, not tested on animals, and are manufactured right here is the USA.  These fragrance oils abide by the most rigorous IFRA and RIFM standards.

Natures Garden also has its own fragrance quality check process where all fragrance oils are subject to a triple check for quality assurance.  Each fragrance oil batch is tested among various industry products to ensure that the fragrance oil performs at its peak in finished products before any of these fragrance oils are available for customer purchase.

Our unique premium grade fragrance oils are used to supply over 100,000 customers worldwide.  Each and every fragrance oil is offered at wholesale pricing.  There are no minimum purchase requirements and no vendor’s license prerequisite either.  Natures Garden is able to offer such pricing because of the strong relationships with our fragrance oil manufacturers, as well as the strong bulk buying power Natures Garden has.

Voted the Favorite Fragrance Supplier of 2012 by candle and soap makers, Natures Gardens wholesale fragrance oils are rarely ever out of stock, and our shipping is one of the fastest in the industry.

Constantly adding new wholesale fragrances to the fragrance oil line, Natures Garden works very hard to guarantee that you will find the one of a kind, exceptional fragrance oil you are seeking.  If you are looking for unparalleled quality fragrance oils offered at reasonable wholesale pricing, Natures Garden is your answer.

Letting Others Do Nice Things For You

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013

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Mike’s sister came in from Oklahoma for a visit, and it was so nice seeing her and meeting her new boyfriend.  Every time Lynette comes to town, I sit for hours talking with her.  She is such a positive, fun person; she is your quintessential “people magnet”.   Her boyfriend, Bruce, is a down-to-earth, yet very successful, intelligent man who said something that really got me thinking.

Bruce said, “You should let people do nice things for you”.  I thought about this statement intensely.  How many people in my life have offered to pay for things, or do things for me and I have said, “No…let me get it”, or “No…let me pay for it”.   I always thought that I was being courteous by doing so, but was I stealing other people’s joy by doing so?  According to Bruce, “It makes others feel good to do things for others, and you shouldn’t steal that joy from them”.   You know what?  Bruce is right!

The next time someone wants to do something nice for you, don’t reply by saying “NO”.  Reply by saying, “That is so very thoughtful of you, thank you for being so kind to me”.

Have a Flaming Awesome Day!!

Deborah Ward

Natures Garden

 

What are Fragrance Oils Made Of

Sunday, June 23rd, 2013

fragrance oilWhat are fragrance oils made of?

Fragrance oils are a mixture composed of essential oils, synthetic aroma chemicals, and aromatic resins.  In order to achieve the scent that a perfumist is trying to achieve, the perfumist has more than 3000 different fragrance ingredients that he may use (natural and synthetic).  These ingredients come in the form of liquid, powder, or crystalline.  In order for a perfumist to be able to dissolve the powder and/or crystalline ingredients into liquid oil, he must use solvents.  A common solvent that has been used for over 50 years is DEP (Di Ethyl Phthalate).  While this solvent has been declared as safe by even the most intense worldwide standards, many companies, such as Natures Garden, decided years ago to only add fragrance oils to our line that were phthalate-free (at the request of many customers).  Additionally, 99% of our old fragrance oils were reformulated phthalate-free years ago; our perfumist used alternative solvents that were phthalate-free.

Although solvents are a necessary component in fragrance oil production, some companies may sell fragrance oils that contain diluents:  cutting agents that ultimately reduce the strength of a fragrance oil.  A common diluent is DPG (Di Propylene Glycol).  Important note to anyone who is using fragrance oils for candle making or soap making:  Never use fragrance oils that contain DPG for these applications.  DPG prevents a candle from burning correctly, and is one of the main reasons that Cold Process Soap seizes.  Natures Garden sells concentrated fragrance oils, and we never dilute our fragrance oils.   Although diluents should not be used for candle making or soap making, they are a necessary ingredient to use when making incense/potpourri (cones, sticks, and liquid).  Another example of the need to use diluents is when making candles with essential oils.  Some essential oils may need to be thinned out with a diluent so that they can properly travel up the wick and burn correctly.  Typical diluents added to essential oils for this purpose are:  iso Propyl Myristate, or di-Octyl Adipate.  Neither of these diluents are natural, but are effective for this purpose.  According to our perfumist, in order to create natural candles, fractionated coconut oil may be used as a diluent for essential oils; however, we have not personally tested this.  As stated above:  Never add DPG to essential oils for candle making or soap making.   All of the essential oils sold at Natures Garden are 100% pure and unadulterated.  Therefore, it is up to you to add diluents to them when making candles.

So, how does a perfumist create a fragrance oil?  We know that fragrance oils are a mix of essential oils, synthetic aromatic chemicals, and resins.  We know that a perfumist must use the proper solvents to dissolve powder and crystalline ingredients into the fragrance oil.  A perfumist can either duplicate an aroma by use of gas chromatographic (GC)-mass spectrometric (GC-MS) (which shows him the ingredients contained in a fragrance), or he can create a unique fragrance oil by combining the right combinations of top, middle, and base notes.

Top notes are the fragrance aromas that you smell when you first open the bottle.  This is because they tend to evaporate the quickest of other notes used in fragrance manufacturing.  Perfumists typically use between 15-25% of top notes in fragrance production.  Common examples of top notes are: Lemon, Orange, Mandarin, Grapefruit, Basil, Bergamot, Cardamom, Clary Sage, Coriander, Eucalyptus, Juniper, Neroli, Peppermint, Pine, Tea Tree, Thyme, and Lavender.

Middle notes provide the body of the fragrance, and are smelled after the top notes have faded. Perfumists typically use 30-40% middle notes when creating a fragrance oil.  Examples of middle notes are:  Chamomile, Cedar, Cinnamon, Clove, Frankincense, Geranium, Rose, Ylang Ylang, Palma Rosa, Jasmine, and Marjoram.

Base notes are the notes that tend to linger in the air, and are smelled last.  Base notes, such as musk, are the ingredients that give a fragrance “staying power”.  Without the use of base notes, fragrance notes will evaporate very quickly and not provide ample scent throw.  A perfumist typically uses 40-55% base notes in the formulation of a fragrance.  Base notes, such as musk, are one of the most expensive components in fragrance production.  Without the proper use of these ingredients, fragrance will not last very long.  Examples of base notes are:  Musk, Benzoin, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Vanilla, and Vetiver. The main perfume house that Natures Garden works with also owns multiple musk-manufacturing companies.  The partnership that we have with this perfumist allows us to keep our prices lower than most of our competition.  In fact, the majority of fragrance manufacturers rely on our perfumist to supply them with the musk components they need to manufacturer their scents.

It is important to understand that even though a perfumist has high-tech machinery at his disposal to analyze the components of a “smell”, perfumery is an art, reserved for individuals with the talent of blending fragrance notes to create beautiful fragrance accords. Perfumery is a science and a real art. Fragrance oils are protected under the “trade secret” clause of the FDA, therefore, perfumists never disclose a full ingredient list of the “art” that they created.  When selling a product in the US that is governed by the FDA, one must simply state the word “fragrance” on the label.  Ingredients of your product must be listed in descending order according to weight; which usually (but not always) means that fragrance is listed as one of the last ingredients on your label.

The alternative to fragrance oils is essential oils.  Although essential oils are natural and may provide therapeutic benefits, there are several drawbacks to using essential oils that should be mentioned:  1.  The cost of essential oils are typically much higher than fragrance oils, 2.  Essential oil prices can fluctuate based on weather, crops, and the trade relationships between countries, 3.  Essential oils are not as sustainable as fragrance oils, 4.  Essential oils do not provide the variety of scents that fragrance oils provide.  You will never get a vanilla essential oil, a blueberry muffin essential oil, or a strawberry essential oil; only fragrance oils can provide these scents, 5.  Essential oils can cause just as many allergic reactions as fragrance oils (perhaps even more).  In fact, if the EU is successful at preventing known allergens from being contained in perfumes, many of the most well-known perfumes will need to be reformulated without essential oils.  The majority of the 26 known allergens on the EU list are from natural sources; 16 are essential oil constituents and two are absolutes.   While the debate continues on whether you should use fragrance oils or essential oils in your finished products, Natures Garden carries both fragrance oils and essential oils (for those who want all-natural scents).  Regardless of whether you choose fragrance oil or essential oil, scent sells products.  Not only do scents allow people to smell nice, scents also have the ability to create memories.  What happy memories do you have with certain scents?  I’m certain you have many.

Thank you for relying on Natures Garden for your fragrance oils and essential oils!  Natures Garden has more than 16 years of experience in the fragrance industry, and we are the largest distributor of fragrance oils in the US.  Our fragrance oils and essential oils are truly priced at wholesale prices; allowing our customers to make quality products, and earn a higher profit margin themselves.

See all of Natures Garden’s Fragrance Oils

Bath Products Made with Goat’s Milk

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

fragrance oilsWhat’s your name & Your Company Name:  Jerry McKay, Keldora’s Kreations

Started in 2001 by my late wife, Linda Kelly, Keldora’s Goat Milk Soap has been sold in farmer’s markets and various retailers throughout the Canadian Maritimes. She was a very crafty person and was always looking for new projects to try. One year, we had an abundant supply of goat’s milk, so after researching, she decided to try making soap. The first time she took the soap to the Tatamagouche Farmer’s Market with her crafts, she sold six out of nine bars and became very excited. Customers began asking for more scents and colors, so she expanded her selection, which included many fragrance oils from Nature’s Garden. Today, there are over 125 scents used for our product. She did start making other things with the goat’s milk, including shampoos, lotions, and candles, but as the years passed, she began to tire easy and was not able to keep up with the demand. Linda survived her first battle with cancer in 2005 but lost the fight when cancer was found again in 2013.

Since March, with the help of my daughter, Joyce and, Linda’s friend, Mary Ellen, the soap making has continued and customers have shown their loyalty with their support. Currently, we are looking to add more retailers to our wholesale list, and will be adding some of the previous products that were made by Linda back on our inventory list.

Many people have asked us how we came up with the name “Keldora”. Our children actually made the word out of our full names. Sitting together at the table, which was a feat in and of itself, they crossed out all the letters that were the same and were left with “Kel” from Kelly, “dor” from my first name Theodore, and “a” from Linda. The name was originally used for our petting farm, but continues as our soap business.

This year has started out rough for our family but we will keep working hard to make Keldora’s Kreations a success, worthy of Linda’s memory.

Most of our best selling bars are made with fragrance oils from Nature’s Garden. Here are: Spiritual Awakening, Indian Sandalwood, Bermuda Triangle, Tibetian Amber, Cranberry Orange, and Cool Clean Cotton.

Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/KeldorasGoatMilkSoap

 

 

Soy Wax Melts using NG Fragrance Oils

Monday, June 10th, 2013

candle meltsMy name is Vanessa Paris and I’m the owner of “My Candle Box”.

Hi, my name is Vanessa and I’m responsible for “My Candle Box”. I’ve been open since May 2012 and I enjoy making candles, clamshells, and tarts. The waxes I use are soy and para-soy wax. Making wax goodies brings a smile to my face. Besides making wax goodies for family and friends, I also make them for myself as well. My little hobby has lead me to make a shop on Craft Cafe. I hope you get to experience my soy and para-soy goodies and enjoy them as much as I do.

I have displayed a picture of my Soy Drizzle Melts which includes the following fragrance oils from Natures Garden:  Apple Explosion: McIntosh and Green Apple Explosion (Pink), Sweet Orange Chili Pepper (Orange), and Blueberry Cobbler (Blue).

Your Website: http://craftcafe.co/shop/mycandlebox/

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mycandlebox

Watermelon Fragrance Oil Featured

Friday, June 7th, 2013
Everything sweet!

Everything sweet! by janaa97 featuring lip makeup

Everything sweet is the name of this fun polyvore!     If you are interested in purchasing any of the products featured in this polyvore set, you will find links to them below.   Natures Garden Fragrance Oils are frequently used by designers on Polyvore to create their “sets”.  Come join us on Polyvore and design your own!

Natures Garden Watermelon Fragrance Oil is shown in this polyvore.

Beer Soaps Made with Fragrance Oils

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013

Fragrance Oils1.  What’s your name & Your Company Name?  My name is Kelli Brown-Groblewski, owner/operator of Okie Crowe, LLC.

2.  Why did you decide to go into business?  What was your motivation?  How long have you been in business? During a job transition, I began making soaps from my husband’s leftover beer brewing ingredients.  Soon after sharing them with friends and family, a friend suggested that we share a vendor booth at a local arts festival.  As I began to create soaps for the event, a full-blown business venture began to emerge.  Since the spring of 2011, I have developed a full product line and have secured 16 current retailers.

3.  What products do you make and sell?  Okie Crowe produces beer soaps, felted soaps, scented soaps, beer bomb bath fizzes, hand scrubs, sachets, Bark n’ Beerscuits dog treats (made from leftover beer grain), homebrew beer kits and refill kits, beer decor, and more.  I also have coordinated the apparel (t-shirts and onesies) and Squigglechick Designs (pet collars, key chains, and luggage tags made from repurposed beer labels) product lines.

4.  What are your business goals?  My current business goals include securing additional Okie Crowe retailers further across my home state, finally securing retailers outside of Oklahoma (none to date—boo!), developing my business plan and honing my vision of what I would like my store front to be (bath and body/gift shop OR gift shop to the Okie Crowe brewery?!?, and working to create a livable income for myself through my business.

5.  What are some products you use from Natures Garden; what are your favorite products from Natures Garden?  Okie Crowe’s favorite Nature’s Garden products are Beer, Cannabis Flower, Dill Pickle, and Money fragrance oilsBeer fragrance oil and ground hops combine to create Okie Crowe’s most authentic smelling beer-scented soap, Tallboy.  Beer fragrance oil is combined with Cannabis Flower fragrance oil to create Okie Crowe Schwilly Mama soaps.  Cannabis Flower fragrance oil is also used in Okie Crowe’s Cannabis Flower and Stanky Hippie soaps.  Okie Crowe Dill Pickle soap, made using Nature’s Garden Dill Pickle fragrance oil was featured in a local about town blog in spring 2012.  The Money fragrance oil is used in Okie Crowe’s Beer Money soap.  The Vanilla Color Stabilizer is also a great product that has helped me minimize color changes in my soaps.  When I initially began making soaps, I had no idea why my soaps were changing colors after being on store shelves a while.  After much stress and some research, your product helped me uphold the integrity of my products.

Your website: www.okiecrowe.com

Facebook page: www.facebook.com/OkieCrowe

Twitter:  www.twitter.com/OkieCrowe

Blog:  www.okiecrowe.com