classy scentBlack Tie Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

When you think of a black tie occasion, you excitedly think of a very dressy, formal event where the men wear a tuxedo with a black tie.  Well, black tie fragrance oil is just that, classy and something to get excited about.  There is nothing more inviting to a woman than a well dressed man in a tux with a black tie (of course).  When you get Black Tie Fragrance Oil for your scent collection, it will be amongst the most sought after items in your product line.  In fact, men love this classy scent, and women are heard saying, “this is what I want my man to smell like!”  And, this classy scent is masculine, sexy, and very pleasing to the senses.  Black Tie Fragrance Oil is absolutely the perfect scent addition to your homemade product line, and it is considered to be a MUST HAVE fragrance by many of our customers. 

What does Black Tie Fragrance Oil smell like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of an accomplished, successful man, who is not afraid of taking risks.  Natures Garden’s black tie fragrance begins with top notes of Kaffir lime, lemon, and ozonic notes;  followed by middle notes of basil, black pepper, and cucumber;  sitting on base notes of vetiver and spice.  An NG Original Fragrance!

How do our customers use Black Tie Fragrance Oil?

For those of you that are candle crafters; our customers use this fragrance oil in their soy, pillar, WOW, gel, and Joy wax candles.  And, this classy scent is amazingly strong in the hot throw.  For our customers that use this scent to make their house smell good, Black Tie fragrance has been used to scent:  aroma beads, smelly jellies, and reed diffusers.  In addition, this classy scent also works very well in oil burners too.

On the bath and body end, the possibilities for this masculine fragrance oil are endless.  The usage rate for this fragrance oil is 5%.  This classy scent is used to fragrance many homemade products including:  Melt and pour soaps, body butters, creams, after shave butters, shower gels, lotions bars, and hair products.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance is strong.  Here are the official results: Very tiny sandy ricing, no acceleration.  Scent stayed nice and strong throughout cure.  No discoloration.

Spring Flowers ScentPetals of Spring Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

The petals of a flower do more than just look pretty.  They can produce different scents to attract different pollinators, or keep the undesirable bugs away.  In fact, petals can even mimic a decaying scent to bring in the pollinators that they need in order to grow.  And, when scent will not work in the petals favor to lure pollinators in, the petals will have various color traits to invite them.  In fact, some flowers can even change their color (just like they can with scent) to make or break a pollinators contact.  Petals of Spring fragrance is the perfect spring flowers scent.  Like an exquisite bouquet, hand selected from the garden, this spring flowers scent is mixed with playfulness and innocence.  And, just like the petals of a flower, this fragrance is quite intriguing.  Petals of Spring is a soft feminine scent that is admired by everyone who smells it.  This clean and floral scent is a must for any feminine product line.

What does Petals of Spring smell like?

A fresh spring floral fragrance oil by Natures Garden with top notes of freesia, and jasmine, followed by notes of lily of the valley, honeysuckle; base notes of plum and raspberry. AN NG original fragrance!

How do our customers use Petals of Spring Fragrance Oil?

For candle crafters and home scenters; our customers use this spring flowers scent in their soy waxes (like 464 and 415), Joy wax, Gel wax, and WOW wax.  And, the candles have a great throw too.  As for other home scenting ideas with this spring flowers scent; it has been used to scent smelly jellies, wax dipped animals, reed difussers, and electric oil burners.

On the bath and body end of products, the usage rate for petals of spring fragrance oil is 5%.  This fabulous spring time fragrance is used to make:  melt and pour soaps, body butters, bath salts, body creams, laundry soaps, and handmade lotions. And, the reviews for this spring flowers scent also stated that the fragrance lasts on your skin.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this scent is worth it.  Here are the official results:  Does accelerate.  Recommend coloring before adding fragrance.  No separation.  No discoloration.  Very pretty, girly scent.

Coconut Oil 76 Tips

Posted by Deborah Ward on May 17th, 2014 in all natural, bath and body, Natures Garden, Soap making supplies | No Comments »

coconut oil 76 tipsCoconut Oil 76 Tips

Providing tremendous and bubbly lather in soap is only one of coconut oil 76’s qualities.  It can also help to make a harder bar of soap as well as making it whiter.  But, coconut oil 76 can also be used in lotions, bath melts, massage oils, body butters, lip balms, basically anything you can think of.  When it comes to bath and body products, coconut oil 76 is known for being a great moisturizer all around and is especially good for your skin!

The reason that coconut oil is so good for our bodies is that it has quite the outstanding natural make up.  Coconut oil is high in lauric acid.  Lauric acid is medium chain fatty acid.  Lauric acid is also a part of the class of organic compounds which we know as lipids.  Lipids are fundamental in the creating of our cellular membranes.  But, it doesn’t stop there; coconut oil also has vitamin e and vitamin k, and is also rich in iron.

So, as you can see coconut oil is awesome for your body in products.  But, did you know that this amazing oil has other uses to it too.  It turns out that Mother Nature gave us a natural elixir for many of life’s little hiccups.   And, the best part about all of this is how cost effective coconut oil 76 is.

Through our research, we have found what seems to be an endless list of coconut oil uses.  We however just wanted to focus on the ones that are most relevant to our industry.

Coconut Oil 76 is very nourishing for your hair, nails, and skin.
First and foremost, coconut oil 76 has both antimicrobial and antifungal benefits.  This makes it a perfect ingredient candidate for many bath and body products.  But, coconut oil 76 can be used alone for many reasons.

For Nails
-Just by rubbing the oil on your nails and nail beds, you can promote nail growth as well as nourish your cuticles.  This tip will help especially if you have cracked and dry cuticles.

For Skin
-Using coconut oil 76 to moisturize is always a smart move.  The perfect solution for dry patches like elbows, knees, and ankles, or flakey skin in general, coconut oil 76 soaks right into the skin leaving it soft and supple.
-And, a great tip for a really close shave is to use coconut oil 76.  Plus, with its moisturizing benefits and smooth glide, you will be irritation free.

For Hair
-Coconut oil 76 is just amazing for hair.  Just by rubbing it into your scalp you can strengthen dry and weak hair, and even help to fight dandruff.  The perfect solution for keeping your hair soft, healthy, shiny, and hydrated, coconut oil 76 is the complete package.  (Although it should be noted you may need to additionally wash your hair a few times to get all of the oil out).
-In fact, applying coconut oil 76 to your eyelashes before going to sleep will even help strengthen them.

For Scars, Dark Circles, and Stretch Marks
-Once a cut has healed, you can use coconut oil 76 to help lighten the appearance of scaring.  The same can be said for those pesky stretch marks too.
-And for the dark circles under your eyes, dabbing some coconut oil around your eyes will not only lighten the circles, but also reduce the bag look.
-Finally, coconut oil 76 is also a wrinkle reducer because it contains anti aging properties as well as makes your skin supple and healthy looking.

For Skin Issues
-Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, Coconut Oil can be used to help soothe the discomfort and itch from eczema.  It can even be placed directly on bug bites to lessen the irritation.
-You can use coconut oil to relieve the pain and uneasiness from sunburn.  Not only will coconut oil 76 help prevent peeling, it will reduce the redness and irritation.
-For minor cuts and scrapes, you can use coconut oil 76 as a protective layer to keep the bacteria and ickies from the outside world from getting into your cut.

As a Deodorizer
-Probably the most interesting fact is that since coconut oil contains lauric acid; it will help to kill the bacteria that causes foul smelling body odor from both arm pits and feet.

Some Makeup Tips
-Coconut oil 76 is a great ingredient to keep in your makeup arsenal.  Perfect for fixing running eye makeup like mascara or eyeliner, all you need is the oil and a cotton ball.  It also works as a full makeup remover just by slathering coconut oil on your face then using a wash cloth and warm water to gently remove it.
-Coconut oil for lip care works great for dry lips.  But, it can even be used as a lip gloss or you can let the oil soak in to give your lips a matte look.

So, as you can see Coconut oil 76 seems to be an ingredient that just cannot be beat.  And, since many of you have it in your house for the creation of bath and body products, you now have some more additional uses for it too.

superfood scentAcaiBerry Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Acai berry has been around for literally thousands of years.  However, it was not until the 1990’s when Americans quickly discovered the astounding benefits of this amazing fruit.  Some of these health benefits would include:  lowered cholesterol, improved digestion, increased energy, and mental clarity.  In a nut shell, acai berries are considered a super food!  Acai Berry Fragrance Oil is considered to be a different berry scent, more unique than the typical berry scents you are familiar with.  And, just like the actual Acai Berry, once you see how fantastic this superfood scent is you will be addicted.  This scent is a must have in your product line because this scent is in high demand.

What does Acai Berry smell like?
The acai berry grows in the Amazon Rainforest on acai palm trees.  It is known for its high levels of antioxidants, and is becoming quite popular around the world for its health benefits.  Acai berries have a unique tropical berry taste, which our perfumist was able to recreate in Natures Garden’s Acai Berry Fragrance.  An NG Original Scent!  A Best Seller!

How do our customers use Acai Berry Fragrance Oil?

For those of you that are candle crafters; our customers use this fragrance oil in their soy, para-soy blend, Palm, paraffin, WOW, and Joy wax candles.  The scent is amazingly strong in the cold and hot throw.  Some of our customers even make tarts, reed diffusers, aroma beads, home deodorizers, and electric burner oils with this superfood scent.  In fact, acai berry fragrance oil really travels and is fragrant throughout the whole home.

For bath and body crafters, this fragrance oil is popular.  The usage rate for this superfood scent is 5%, and it is used to make:  shampoos, conditioners, sugar scrubs, melt and pour soaps, body butters, bath bombs, herbal infused lotions, shower gels, and body splashes just to name a few items.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance received great reviews.  Here are the official results: Perfect Pour.  Some acceleration, no ricing, no discoloration.  Excellent.

HSCG Conference

Posted by Deborah Ward on May 14th, 2014 in handcrafters soap guild, hscg conference, Natures Garden, Natures Garden Fragrance Oils | Comments Off

hscg conference

For the first time ever, Natures Garden will be attending the Annual HSCG Conference!  And, let me just say that everyone here at NG is super excited for this event to occur!

This year, the annual HSCG conference is going to be held in Tucson, Arizona at the Loews Ventana Canyon, which is a beautiful resort by the way.  There will be over 400 people in attendance.  The 3 and a half day event is going to be filled with tons of fun, educational, and informative seminars and speakers, as well as networking opportunities during and after the conference day’s full and busy schedule. This adventure is going to be quite lively.

As the date quickly approaches we are all working very hard in preparation for this upcoming event.  As for us, the air plane tickets have been purchased, the booth supplies packed and shipped, and we are finalizing the last very few details in our planning.  Needless to say, we are anxiously waiting for this party to get started.

Representing Natures Garden at the HSCG conference will be the lucky duo of Cindy and Nicole.  And, let me just tell you; both of them are just bursting at the seams at the chance to meet all of our wonderful customers that are attending the conference. Filled with enthusiasm at the chance to mingle and meet some of Natures Gardens clientele, Cindy and Nicole are all ready to hop on the plane and get this party started.

Accompanying them (besides a few other fun things), will be a sample of every fragrance oil that Natures Garden currently carries.  So, if you are planning on being in attendance, you will have the opportunity to sniff fragrances that you have always wondered about.  It is also a great opportunity to ask questions and get to know them, and them you!

So, if you are attending make sure you make the time to stop by the Natures Garden’s vendor booth and say Hello.  We look forward to meeting you. Make sure you stay tuned for a future blog post about Cindy and Nicole’s experience at the conference.  This is going to be a Hoot!

MP Embed CP Recipe

Posted by Deborah Ward on May 12th, 2014 in cold process soap, Fragrance Oils, Natures Garden, Soap making supplies, soap recipe | Comments Off

mp embed cpMP Embed CP Recipe

There have been a few times that we have made a recipe that involved both melt and pour soap and cold process soap.  The first was Baileys Spotlight Cold Fashioned Lemonade Soap and the second time was Cindy’s Blackberry Sage Soap.  However, both times the melt and pour soap was placed on top of the cold process soap.  This time, we wanted to create a recipe using melt and pour soap inside of cold process soap.

The theme of this mp embed cp recipe was centered around Natures Garden’s Bubble Luscious Fragrance Oil.  With summer time quickly approaching, we thought this would be a wonderful fragrance oil to spotlight in a fun recipe.

Now since Bubble Luscious Fragrance Oil is a childhood memory scent, we wanted to visually capture the essence of fun, carefree, summertime memories.  Plus, Bubble Luscious scent is loved by children and adults alike, so we wanted a soap recipe that would appeal to all ages.

Once we figured out what we wanted the soap to look like, it was then time to figure out the specifics.  We knew that we would have a creamy look from the cold process soap. This would be the perfect look for the main portion of the loaf, including the creamy, whipped looking top.  But, in order to accomplish a transparent look in the soap curls, we needed to use the Melt and Pour Soap.SLS Free Clear .  You can also use our diamond clear melt and pour soap (however, we are currently waiting for a shipment of it to arrive).

Now, these transparent curls would be used both in the cold process soap and also for a decorative topping to the soap.  However, since we also wanted to include a white swirl in the soap, Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap  was also included in the mp embed cp portion.  We felt that through the combination of both soap mediums (cp and mp), we would be able to present a really fun project to match this really fun scent and quite the playful and swirly design too.

So, if you are interested in making your very own homemade MP embed CP recipe like this which makes a total of about 4.5 pounds of soap; here are all of the ingredients and supplies that you will need:

For the Cold Process Portion of the Soap, you will need:
Water
Lye
Avocado Oil 
COCONUT Oil-76
Shea Butter
Cocoa Butter
CASTOR Oil- 16 oz.
Sodium Lactate 
Bubble Luscious Fragrance Oil

To achieve your bubble gum colors for the cold process soap, you will need:
Fun Soap Colorant Neon Pink
Titanium Dioxide (for the white whipped topping)

As for the other supplies and soaping utensils, you will need:
Safety Gear:  Safety GlassesSafety GLOVESSafety MASK
THERMOMETER 
Square Loaf Mold
Scale
Stick Blender
Mixing Bowl
Spatula

For the Melt and Pour Portion of the Soap, you will need:
SLS Free Clear Melt and Pour Soap
Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap
Bubble Luscious Fragrance Oil

To achieve your colored curls here are the Fun Soap Colorants you will need:
Fun Soap Colorant Deep Purple
Fun Soap Colorant Tomato Red

Other utensils you will need for the melt and pour soap portion will be:
Cutting Board
Knife
Microwave
Microwave safe glass container
Mixing Spoon (wood or stainless steel)
Rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle- to eliminate any bubbles in your soap
Wax Paper
Ruler

Now, here is the step by step instruction with pictures included:

lay out your wax paper
Step 1:
  On a flat surface, cut and lay down 3 larger pieces of wax paper.

preparing the purple swirls

Step 2:  Prepare the Purple Swirls:  Weigh out and melt 200 grams of Clear M&P Soap.  Stir gently.  Once your soap is melted, add 35 drops of fun soap colorant deep purple and 10 grams of bubble luscious fragrance oil.  Stir well.

pouring the purple soap

Step 3:  Next, pour all of the purple soap unto one sheet of wax paper.  If you have any air bubbles, spritz the soap with alcohol. 

preparing the red soap
Step 4:  Prepare the Red Swirls:  Again weigh out and melt 200 grams of  Clear M&P Soap.  When melted, this time add 10 drops of fun soap colorant tomato red and 10 grams of Bubble Luscious fragrance oil.  Stir.

pouring the red soap
Step 5:  Once scented and colored, pour the red soap onto another piece of wax paper.  Spritz with alcohol if needed.

preparing the white soap
Step 6:  Prepare the White Swirls:  Weigh out and melt 200 grams of Goats Milk M&P Soap in the microwave.  Once melted, add 10 grams of  bubble luscious fragrance oil.  Stir well.

pouring the white soap

Step 7:  Finally, pour the white soap unto the last sheet of wax paper.  If necessary spritz with alcohol.

For now, this is all the melt and pour steps you can do.  It is now time to start the cold process steps.

Here is the cold process soap amounts:
431 grams of Water
154 grams of Lye
238 grams of Avocado Oil
238 grams of COCONUT Oil-76
295 grams of Shea Butter
283 grams of Cocoa Butter
79 grams of CASTOR Oil- 16 oz.
40 grams of Sodium Lactate 
71 grams of Bubble Luscious Fragrance Oil

safety gear
Step 1: 
Put on your safety gear.

adding titanium dioxide to soaping oils

Step 2:  First, make your lye solution.  Then, weigh out and melt the soaping ingredients.  Once melted, separate out 30 grams and place it in one of your mixing bowls.  To this add 7 grams of titanium dioxide.  Stir well.  Completing this step will help you smoothly incorporate the titanium dioxide in the soap batter.  Set this bowl aside.

adding the sodium lactate

Step 3:  Once the lye solution has cooled, stir in the 40 grams of sodium lactate.

the melt and pour embeds

Step 4:  Back to the Melt and Pour Soap:  Remove the purple, red, and white soap from the wax paper.  Then, trim off any jagged edges.  Next, cut 3 x 3 inch squares out of each color.  Make as many 3 x 3 squares as possible until all of the soap has been used.  Then, gently curl the soap in a loose fashion.  The one thing we can not stress enough is loose.  This will help the soap batter fill the embeds so that you do not have air pockets. Once all of the soap has been loosely curled, place all 3 colored curls into your square loaf mold.  With the jagged leftovers of the soap, make as many curls as you can.  These will be used to decorate the whipped topping.

adding the fragrance oil
Step 5: 
When both the soaping oils and the lye solution are ready, combine them together.  Then, using your stick blender, emulsify.  Next, add your fragrance oil.  Stick blend again to light trace.

coloring the soap

Step 6:  When your soap batter is at light trace, get your bowl with the titanium dioxide.  Now, place 400 grams of soap batter into it.  Then, to the remaining soap batter, add the 10 grams of fun soap colorant neon pink.  Use your stick blender to incorporate, but do not mix too long; you still want your soap batter to be on the thin side.

pouring the soap into the mold

Step 7:  Slowly pour the soap batter into the mold.  This will also help to eliminate air pockets in your soap.  When the mold is filled, gently tap it to release any air pockets.

placing the whipped topping

Step 8:  Next, stick blend the white soap bowl.  Then, set aside.  Once the pink soap has thickened enough, start to carefully heap the white soap on top to resemble whipped topping.

decorate the whipped topping
Step 9: 
Finally, place some of the m& p curls (red and purple) on top.

Step 10:  After 48 hours, place the soap into the freezer for about 4 hours.  Then, remove the soap from the mold and let it reach room temperature.  When ready, cut the soap into slices.  Allow them to further cure before using.

That is it.  Although this post may seem daunting, it really is not that bad, especially if you have soaped before.  In the end, this homemade project is totally worth it.  You will love how delicious your soap looks and smells!

 

Excellent Seller

Posted by Deborah Ward on May 12th, 2014 in bath and body, candle fragrance oils, Fragrance Oils, Natures Garden, Soap making supplies | Comments Off

Excellent SellerJungle Love Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

When you smell this excellent seller for the first time, what comes to mind is a big bowl of all the freshest, tastiest, and prettiest fruits known to man.  Every kind of citrus fruit you can imagine; the sweet, the tangy, and the scrumptious.  This tropical scent has dually earned an overwhelming following from our customers, and it is well known as an excellent seller.  Our customers simply LOVE this scent.  In fact, the aroma from Jungle Love is so delicious; you will have to remind yourself that it is not edible.  That’s how realistic this tropical fragrance oil is.  Beautifully created with just the right blend of fruity scents you will want to make sure it is in your spring and summer line of products.

What does Jungle Love smell like?

This wonderful fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a combination of tropical and citrus scents.  This scent is a combination of fresh squeezed oranges, pineapples, bananas, coconut, and fresh kiwi.  A Best Seller!  An NG Original Fragrance!

How do our customers use Jungle Love Fragrance Oil?

For all of you candle crafters out there; Jungle Love Fragrance Oil is used in Soy, soy blends, paraffin, WOW, Joy, and Pillar of Bliss waxes.  This fragrance is said to be an excellent seller and is very aromatic.  In fact Jungle Love has great throw both hot and cold.  As for home scenting ideas to make your house smell good, this tropical fragrance oil also works well for room fresheners, odor eliminating sprays, oil burners, reed diffusers, smelly jellies, and sachet beads.

For bath and body crafters, this fragrance is an excellent seller!  The usage rate for Jungle Love is 5%.  This amazing fragrance is used to scent a ton of products including: solid lotion bars, bath bombs, body scrubs, spray lotions, perfumes, melt and pour soaps, body sprays, bath gels, whipped body butters, and salt bars.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance oil is award winning.  Here are the official results: Great tropical blend, perfect pour, no ricing, no acceleration, no discoloration, best fragrance ever, excellent seller in CP.

Sugar Cube Recipe

Posted by Deborah Ward on May 10th, 2014 in bath and body, bath products, Fragrance Oils, Natures Garden, sugar scrub recipe | Comments Off

easy sugar cube recipeSour Watermelon Sugar Cube Recipe

This sugar cube recipe is not only super easy to make, but it also takes very little time, and absolutely smells delicious.  With the pampering elements of exfoliation, skin loving oils, and gentle cleansing foam, these sugar scrubs are the perfect little bath time treat for yourself.

In all, this recipe will give you about 5 sugar cube clamshells (a total of 30 bath tub cubes), so technically you can stock yourself up well or treat your family and loved ones to a spectacular bath scrub.

To make the sour watermelon sugar cube scrub recipe, here are the supplies you will need.  Many of the items can be purchased at Natures Garden.

As for the skin loving oils, you will need- Sweet Almond Oil, Argan Oil, and Avocado Oil.

For the gentle foaming cleanser, we will be using Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap.

To exfoliate the skin we will also be using some Poppy Seed in addition to the sugar.

As for color and scent, these fun little sugar cubes are scented in playful  Sour Watermelon Candy Fragrance Oil, and colored with both FUN Soap Colorants-  Neon Red and  Tomato Red.  This combination will give your sugar cubes the perfect watermelon hue.Finally, one awesome concept that this recipe has is that we will actually be using Clamshell Containers to both achieve our sugar cube shape as well as package our scrubs.  Bonus!Now, there are some other supplies/utensils that you will need to make this recipe.  These items would include: gloves, scale, microwave safe bowl, mixing spoon, mixing bowl, and spatula.Once you have everything ready to go… lets get started!clamshells ready to fill
Step 1:
 Once your work area is cleaned, lay out your 5 clamshell containers.  You will want to be these in the area where you are going to be filling them.  Then, put on your gloves.stirring the exfoliants
Step 2:  
Next, in your mixing bowl weigh out 340 grams of sugar and 5 grams of poppy seed.  Now, gently stir the ingredients together with your mixing spoon.  When done, set this bowl aside.

melt and pour soap
Step 3:  
In your microwave safe bowl, weigh out 175 grams of diamond clear melt and pour soap.  Melt the soap in the microwave using 30 second bursts until all of the soap is melted.  Remember to stir the soap gently in between.

scented and colored soap

Step 4:  When the soap is melted, add 10 drops of FUN Soap Colorant Neon Red and 11 drops of FUN Soap Colorant Tomato Red.  Then, quickly add 18 grams of Sour Watermelon Candy scent.  Use your spatula to stir the colorant and scent into the soap.

adding the oils

Step 5:  Now to the soap, weigh out and add 50 grams of Sweet Almond Oil, 38 grams of Argan Oil, and 10 grams of Avocado Oil.  Stir once again.

adding the sugar

Step 6:  Moving quickly, pour the sugar and poppy seed mixture in with the soap and oils.  This time use your gloved hand to incorporate it all together.

packaged sugar cube scrub

 

Step 7:  Finally, begin scooping the mixture into the containers.  Use your fingers to work the sugar scrub into each clamshell opening.  When all 6 cavities of the clamshell are filled, place more of the mixture on top and flatten it down.  Repeat for the remaining 4 clamshells.  Then, close the lids.  Allow the sugar cubes to fully set up overnight.


Making this fun little sugar cube recipe is just that easy.  Enjoy!

 

Manly Scent

Posted by Deborah Ward on May 9th, 2014 in candle fragrance oils, cold process soap, Fragrance Oils, Natures Garden, soap fragrances | Comments Off

manly scentFerocious Beast Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

This amazingly strong manly scent works for a vast  array of male themed products.  However, Ferocious Beast scent is highly sought after by both men and women.  The women love this manly scent on their men.  The men love it because the scent is sexy and confident.  Ferocious Beast is a light musk and woodsy scent with a touch of floral.  This addicting combination of aromas is the key to why everyone loves this manly scent.

What does Ferocious Beast smell like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden has citrusy top-notes of orange, lemon and lime, leading to middle notes of rosemary, jasmine, lily of the valley, vetiver and rose and finishing with a woody, oakmoss and white musk base note.

How do our customers use Ferocious Beast Fragrance Oil?

For those of you that are candle crafters; our customers use this fragrance oil in their soy, pillar of bliss, WOW, and Joy wax candles.  This manly scent is amazingly strong in both the hot and cold throw.  Some of our customers even use Ferocious Beast Fragrance Oil in their oil burners with great results.  In fact, this manly scent can even be used to fragrance room deodorizers, reed diffusers, and aroma beads.

On the bath and body end, the possibilities for this manly scent are unlimited.  The usage rate for this fragrance oil is 5%, and is used to make many manly products like:  Melt and pour soaps, body sprays, hand creams, after shave butters, shaving soaps, whipped shaving creams, shower gels, and shampoos.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance received awesome reviews, and is perfect in every way.  Here are the official results:  Perfect pour, no ricing, no acceleration, no discoloration after cure.  Scent stayed nice and strong!

Spring Scents

Posted by Deborah Ward on May 8th, 2014 in bath and body, candle fragrance oils, cold process soap, Fragrance Oils, Natures Garden | Comments Off

spring scentsBest Spring Scents 2014

Spring time is a transition period.  Following the daunting months of cold and still winter, yet before the long and carefree days of summer; the season of spring resides, full of optimism and youthful changeover.

Spring, a time full of beauty, abundance of new life, and hope also offers a new captivating fragrance line up of spring time scents.  With all of the change that is occurring outside, too must come the changes in how people also want their homemade products and homes to smell like.

With all of the new life materializing and flourishing many people are prone to capture the renewed freshness of the outdoors.  It is now time to open the windows and air out their houses, and spring scented items are what is on every purchasers agenda.

With this concept in mind, Natures Garden would now like to present to you our list of the best spring scents for 2014.  These scents are fresh, floral, and clean.  Some of them are tried and true being known as top sellers and some are phenomenal florals that rock in bath and body products.  But, no matter which of these scents spark your interest, they all work in a vast amount of unique homemade products with great results.  In fact, every spring scent listed below has an average customer rating of 5 stars.

The below list of best spring scents are not listed in any particular order.  Accompanying the fragrance oil is also customer reviews about that scent.

Pink Sugar Type Fragrance-  “I’ve tried 3 different Pink Sugar formulas from 3 different retailers, this is the best! Great in soy and CP soap.”

Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub
You can also click on this link to see the Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub recipe using this fragrance oil.

Fresh Cut Roses Fragrance-  “Not too sweet, not too overpowering….exactly like freshly cut pink roses. It soaps well in CP…and I also use it in bath salts, sugar scrubs and lotions. An added bonus is that this scent blends wonderfully with many other scents…”

NG Island Fresh Gain Type Fragrance-  “Once again, I have found a better replacement for a more expensive oil at NG!  This is an intense oil that my clean scent lovers can’t resist.”

Air Freshener Recipe
You can also click on this link to see the Island Fresh Air Freshener recipe using this fragrance oil.

Lily of the Valley Fragrance-  “What a beautiful scent! Bought it on request and after making soap and candles with it my house smells wonderful! Very strong scent throw. Very clean and floral and fresh!”

Black Raspberry & Vanilla Fragrance-  “Wow I love this scent! Perfect combination of berries and sweet vanilla. Great throw in soy candles and awesome in B&B products.”

Body Butter Recipe
You can also click on this link to see the Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter recipe using this fragrance oil.

Monkey Farts Fragrance-  “This is easily the most popular scent of everything I have. It’s requested frequently as much for the name as the scent! The fragrance is bubblegum banana fruity fun and is nice and strong in MP soap, lotion, scrubs, and in soy wax tarts. Great all around scent and a wonderful soap/product to have at a show.”

Lilac Fragrance-  “Many, many customers have told me this smells like “real” lilacs, not imitation fragrance oil. I must agree, as lilac is my favorite floral.”

kid smelly jelly recipe
You can also click on this link to see the Spring Smelly Jelly recipe using this fragrance oil.

NG Loving Spell Fragrance-  “This smells sooooo good. Exactly like the real thing. This has quickly became my top seller. Great in lotion, bath gel, and spritzers.”

Honeysuckle Fragrance-  “This is the BEST Honeysuckle available. I have tried several and I will never use any other but this.”

Clean Cotton Type Fragrance-  “This is the best dup you can find! I have tried other suppliers but NG’s Clean Cotton (type) is right on the mark!! Strong throw, wonderful clean fragrance!”

In closing if you are looking for that great pick me up scent (in more ways than one), any one of these spring scents will work for you or your homemade products.