Peanut Butter Cookie Fragrance Oil-Fragrance Oil Spotlight
The peanut butter cookie was invented by a gentlemen named George Washington Carver. In fact, George came up with over 103 recipes that included peanuts. The first peanut butter cookie was rolled thin and cut into shapes, just like your sugar cookies of today. Eventually by the 1930’s they were “dropped” into balls and pressed with fork tines in a crisscross pattern. Technically, there was no real reason for this additional step but it became the style peanut butter cookies became known for. And, just like a freshly baked platter of peanut butter cookies, there is no denying the authentic aroma of this cookie scent. It is so unbelievably real you may just think somebody baked a large batch of cookies. This cookie scent is comforting, inviting, and so yummy; leaving quite the impression. Peanut Butter Cookie Fragrance Oil is a very true scent to the real cookie.
What does Peanut Butter Cookie Fragrance Oil smell like?
This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is simply amazing! Peanut Butter Cookie fragrance is a rich, buttery, freshly baked aroma of real peanut butter cookies! You will not believe how true to name this scent is! A Best Seller!
How do our customers use Peanut Butter Cookie Fragrance Oil?
For candle crafters and home scenters this bakery delight is a huge hit. Our customers use this cookie scent in their soy tarts, tea lights, Palm Container wax, WOW wax, Joy wax, and soy. And, Peanut Butter Cookie Fragrance Oil has great throw too. As for other home scenting ideas; this scent has been used in oil diffusers and electric burners.
On the bath and body end of products, the usage rate for this fragrance oil is 5%. This cookie scent does contain a vanillin content of 1.6%, so using Vanilla White Color Stabilizer is highly recommended to offset discoloration in your finished products. This wonderful cookie scent is used to make: melt and pour soaps, bath bombs, lotions, and body butters; all with a delicious buttery scent. And, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this cookie scent soaped beautifully. Here are the official results: No acceleration at all. Scent sticks. Soaps great. Discolors to a caramel color.