Sweet Pea Fragrance Oil

Posted by Deborah Ward on December 13th, 2013 in Air Fresheners, bath and body, bath and body fragrances, bath products, candle fragrance oils, candle making supplies, Fragrance Oils, Natures Garden, Soap making supplies | Comments Off

 

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This all time favorite fragrance oil is a classic when it comes to requested scents in end products.  Not only is this fragrance oil great alone but it is absolutely awesome for mixing fragrances as well.  With a nice blend of light and flirty notes and the musky undertone, this fragrance really adds a unique clean and relaxing aspect to your products.  This fresh and sweet scent is timeless and is great to use any time of the year.  And, if you make homemade products in the bath and body industry, Sweet Pea fragrance oil by Natures Garden is one of the best fragrances you can scent your products in.  In fact, many of our customers think that it is the best sweet pea fragrance oil available.

What does Sweet Pea Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a Yankee duplication. An English garden reminiscent of hyacinth, lily of the valley, violets and wild jasmine with a background of light herbal and musky notes. A Best Seller!

How Do Our Customers Use Sweet Pea Fragrance Oil?

For any candle crafters or home scenters, Sweet Pea Fragrance Oil is used in Joy, Soy, Soy blends, Pillar of Bliss, and WOW waxes.  The scent has great throw and is very strong in both the hot and cold throw.  Because the scent throw is so phenomenal with this fragrance, Sweet Pea scent can also be used in electric oil burners, tart burners, and even homemade air fresheners like aroma beads and smelly jellies.

For any bath and body crafters, this fragrance oil is a very popular long lasting scent.   The usage percent for this fragrance oil is 3.3%. The most common bath and body products that customers use this fragrance oil to make are: lotions, body butters, body scrubs, shaving soaps, bath bombs, shower gel, melt and pour soaps, bubble bath, and hair conditioners. Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance oil is worth it. Here are the official results: Slight Definite acceleration. Recommend soaping at cooler temperatures. For the trouble the scent is so worth it. No final discoloration, stayed nice and strong.

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