Mrs. Claus Cookies Fragrance Oil

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A delicious bakery scent, this fragrance is a best seller during the holiday season.  Smelling very similar to Vanilla Bean Noel, this scent is awesome by itself, but makes a great mixer too; opening quite a scent-sational array of Christmastime possibilities. Mrs. Claus Cookies Fragrance Oil is loved by everyone.  This delectable sugary sweetness is one aroma that will have your customers coming back for seconds!

What does Mrs. Claus Cookies Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of freshly baked sugar cookies with buttercream frosting, with fresh notes of vanilla extract.  Possibly the best cookie fragrance we have ever smelled!  Smells similar to Vanilla Bean Noel.  An NG Original!

How Do Our Customers Use Mrs. Claus Cookies Fragrance Oil?

For candles, tarts and air fresheners, Mrs. Claus Cookies Fragrance Oil performed perfectly giving off a very strong throw.  This fragrance is used in Wow, Joy, Soy, Pillar of Bliss, and Ecosoya waxes.  This fragrance oil also works well in tart burners and oil burners too.

On the bath and body end, this fragrance is in demand.  The usage percent of Mrs. Claus Cookies Fragrance Oil is 5%, and the Vanillin Content is 5.25% so Vanilla White Color Stabilizer is advised by our customers to stabilize discoloration in finished products.  This wonderful fragrance is used to make:  body scrubs, melt and pour soaps, shower gels, body butters, lotions, and creams.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance received awesome reviews.   Here are the official results: Perfect Pour, no ricing, no acceleration, discolors to a dark chocolate.  Nice scent retention.

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