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Jun
14

Candle Making Terminology


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Candle Making TerminologyCandle Making Terminology

We at Natures Garden know that there is a lot of candle making terminology and techniques that you need to know to make great homemade candles. So, we are going to answer some common candle making questions and problems to make your experience more fun. So, set aside your candle making equipment and let’s figure out how to make gorgeous scented candles!

Candle Making Terminology: Types of Candles

Candle Making Terminology: What is a Pillar Candle?Candle Making Terminology: What is a Pillar Candle?

Pillar candles are free-standing candles that don’t require a container. These often use a harder type of candle wax that is made for creating pillar candles, like Pillar of Bliss Wax or Palm Pillar Wax.

Candle Making Terminology: What is a Votive Candle?Candle Making Terminology: What is a Votive Candle?

Votive Candles are a smaller kind of candle. The average size is 1.5 ounces and they are about two inches tall and one and a half inches wide. These are often made with a Votive Mold.

Candle Making Terminology: What is a Tealight Candle?Candle Making Terminology: What is a Tealight Candle?

Tea Lights are very small candles that are about an inch and a half wide and a half inch tall. They can be made in Tea Light Cups .

Candle Making Terminology: Candle Fragrances

Candle Making Terminology: What Does Fragrance Load Mean?

In candle making, fragrance load refers to the amount of fragrance oil that you are using in your homemade candle recipe.

Candle Making Terminology: My Candle Wax Will Hold a 10% Fragrance Load. How Do I Know How Much to Add?Candle Making Terminology: My Candle Wax Will Hold a 10% Fragrance Load. How Do I Know How Much to Add?

All you need to do is some simple math that we will walk you through! First, weigh the amount of candle wax you are using. Then, multiply this amount by 0.10, which is 10% to determine the amount of fragrance oil that you can use.

  • Formula: Candle Wax Weight X Fragrance Percentage = Amount of Fragrance That Can Be Added
  • Example: 20 (ounces of candle wax) X 0.10 = 2 ounces of fragrance oil So, since your candle wax is in ounces, the fragrance amount that can be added to the candle wax will also be in ounces.
Candle Making Terminology: What Does Scent Throw Mean?

The scent throw is the strength of fragrance that the candle releases into the air. Cold throw is the strength of scent when the candle is not lit yet. Hot throw is the strength of the scent throw when the candle is lit and burning.

Candle Making Terminology: Candle Waxes

Candle Making Terminology: What Kind of Wax Should I Use for Candles?Candle Making Terminology: What Kind of Wax Should I Use for Candles?

Choosing a candle wax type depends on the type of candle that you want to create. So, the isn’t a universal answer to the question, “Which is the best wax for candle making?” For example, pillar candles would require a pillar wax, which includes Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax and Palm Pillar Wax. The Pillar of Bliss Wax is a blend of soy and paraffin that has a great scent throw and a creamy finish. The Palm Pillar Wax has a crystal finish, has a wonderful scent throw, and comes form sustainable sources.

However, container candles would be best with a container wax, which includes soy wax, Joy wax, WOW Wax, palm wax, and gel wax. Soy wax would make a great, inexpensive addition to your natural candle making supplies. It has a clean burn and and excellent cold throw, but it can be tricky to get a good hot throw from certain fragrances. Wow wax is mostly paraffin and has an amazing hot throw, but has a less clean burn. Joy wax is a perfect blend of paraffin wax and soy wax, as well as veggie wax and proprietary ingredients, that provides a cleaner burn with an amazing scent throw. Gel wax has a neat translucent look, but is not compatible with all fragrance oils. Our palm wax comes from sustainable sources that aren’t harming the rainforest, has a beautiful crystal appearance, and a great scent throw.

Candle Making Terminology: What is Granulated Wax?Candle Making Terminology: What is Granulated Wax?

Simply, this is wax that is grainy and looks kind of like sand. This wax can be scented and colored without melting, so it is a easy and fun way to create candles with kids. We have made candle recipes like the Bacon Candle Recipe and the Hydrangea Candle Recipe with this type of wax.

Candle Making Terminology: Crucial Temperatures

Candle Making Terminology: Do I Need to Worry About the Temperatures When Making Candles?Candle Making Terminology: Do I Need to Worry About the Temperatures When Making Candles?

Yes, this is very important for creating quality homemade candles! There are a few key moments where you will need a thermometer to be aware of the temperature of your wax. First, you need to make sure that your fragrance oil isn’t added at a temperature that is too hot. If your fragrance is added at a temperature that is too high, then some of the notes may burn off and leave you with a less satisfying scent. Another issue is pouring your wax into the container too soon. If you pour at a temperature that is too cool, you could have improper adhesion, wet spots, sinking, and other issues. So, be sure to check your wax’s description to see the temperature that is should be poured.

Candle Making Terminology: What does sinkhole mean?

Sinkhole is a hole or cavity that appears on your candle as it is setting up. Often, this occurs when the candle wax is poured at too low of a temperature.

Candle Making Terminology: Can You Cool a Candle in the Fridge?Candle Making Terminology: Can You Cool a Candle in the Fridge?

No, candles should cool as slowly as possible on their own. If you place a candle in the fridge to cool, they may not adhere to the glass properly, which can lead to wet spots.

Candle Making Terminology: Candle Wicks

Candle Making Terminology: Choosing the Right WickCandle Making Terminology: Choosing the Right Wick

The size of your wick depends on the diameter of your container. You can see the radius for each wick under it’s description. However, you will still need to test because there are many variable between wax type and fragrance oil. A fragrance with a high flash point and high specific gravity, like vanilla, requires a hotter burn. But, low flash point scents with low specific gravity, like citrus, need a smaller wick. Also, you may hear the terms “wick up’ and “wick down” when talking about find the right wick size. Wick down means that you should use a wick that is smaller than what you have been using and wick up means that you should use a wick that is larger than what you use for candles this size.

Candle Making Terminology: How Do You Stop a Candle From Tunneling?Candle Making Terminology: How Do You Stop a Candle From Tunneling?

If you don’t know, tunneling is often the answer for the question, “Why isn’t my candle wax not burning evenly all of the way down?” Tunneling can happen for a few reasons, which includes issues with wick size. If your wick is too small for the diameter of your candle, then it will not burn all the way to the outside edge. So, you may either need a larger wick, multiple wicks, or a different type of wick that will burn hotter.

However, there are a few other issues that could cause tunneling. If you think your wick is the right size, then look into some of these potential issues, First, you may have a clogged wick, which can cause uneven burning. Also, it could be that you didn’t do a memory burn for the candle’s first use to ensure a proper burn. Finally, you may need to use a wax that has a lower melt point that is easier for you chosen wick to handle.

Candle Making Terminology: Why Are My Candle Jars Black After I Burn My Candles?

Often, this occurs when you wick is too big for your jar or your wick is too long. If your wick is trimmed down to 1/4 inch, then the length is fine. You can check the suggested radius for your wick to see if you need to get a smaller size. Also, using too much fragrance can clog the wick and cause more soot than normal.

Candle Making Terminology: Do Candle Wicks Contain Lead?

No, candle wicks in the Unites States, like ours, do not contain lead. In fact, lead core wicks were banned in the US in 2003.

Candle Making Terminology: Proper Burning

Candle Making Terminology: What is a Memory Burn?

This is the first burn of your candles and is the most important. This burn will set the boundary of your melt pool and will determines whether the edges of your candle will be reached. A guide is to burn an hour for every inch your candle is wide to ensure that it will burn properly as it is used in future burns. Also, you will want to make sure that you wick isn’t too low and isn’t longer than 1/4 inch high.

Candle Making Terminology: What Does Melt Pool Mean?

Melt Pool is the candle wax that has melted on the top of the candle. Ideally, you will want this to be all the way across the top of your candle to ensure an even burn.

Candle Making Terminology: What Does Mushrooming Mean in Candle Making?

When I notice black clumps on top of my wick, I know that it is mushrooming. While all wick produce this carbon as they burn, some are worse than others. Also, factors that clog the wick can increase the mushrooming effect. The CD wicks produce the least amount of mushrooming, but there isn’t a way to completely stop it due to it being a product of burning the wick.

Candle Making Terminology: Candle Coloring

Candle Making Terminology: How Do You Color a Candle?Candle Making Terminology: How Do You Color a Candle?

There are a few different candle colorant options for your home made candles. First, you can use our Liquid Candle Dyes, which are extremely concentrated and will last a long time. Also, you can use a color block, which is made with paraffin, vegan, and can color up to 15 pounds of wax. Lastly, you can use a bit of powder dye. Just be careful not to use too much because it can clog your wick.

Candle Making Terminology: Can You Use Crayons to Make Candles?

We do not suggest using crayons to color candles. They don’t burn properly and are likely to clog your wick.

Candle Making Terminology: What is a UV Light Inhibitor?Candle Making Terminology: What is a UV Light Inhibitor?

Since UV light from the sun can bleach the color out of candles, the UV light inhibitor is used to protect the color of your candles. This candle ingredient is most useful for preventing fading in burgundy, blue, and violet candle colors due to direct sunlight.

Candle Making Terminology: How Do I Color My Candles White?

While titanium dioxide can be used to create white pillar candles, you don’t want to add it straight to your container candles as it can clog your wick.

Candle Making Terminology: Candle Apearance

Candle Making Terminology: How Do I Get Rid of Wet Spots on My Candles?

Wet spots are air pockets that are formed when your candle didn’t adhere properly to your candle jar. You can take a few steps to prevent this if you are having problems. First, try warming your candle jars to give you wax more time to cool. Also, you can try pouring your wax at a hotter temperature. Another good tip is to make sure the room your are making your candles in a room that is warm.

Candle Making Terminology: What Is Frosting In Candle Making?

Frosting is the white stuff that appears on waxes that contain soy wax. You can use a heat gun or blow dryer to re-melt the surface and give it a smoother finish. While you can lessen the effect of frosting, you can’t eliminate it completely.

Candle Making Terminology: What Are Jump Lines?

These are the line that you can see on the side of either a container candle or a pillar candle.

Candle Making Terminology: Progression of Candles

As you can tell, there is a lot that goes into candle making. But, it is a process that has been developed overtime and takes time to master. If you are interested in learning a bit about the evolution of candles, then check out The History of Candles from Prehistoric Times Until Now by Pioneer Thinking.

Candle Making Terminology: Talk to UsCandle Making Terminology: Talk to Us

If you have any more questions about candle making, you can look at our candle making classes or just ask us! We are on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@ngscents).

Nov
08

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe


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Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts RecipePumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe

I’m sure by now you have tried pumpkin cheesecake pies.  If you haven’t, you really should they’re delicious.  Often times, here at Natures Garden, our inspiration comes from food.  This time our inspiration for our Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe was, what else, Pumpkin Cheesecake Bites.  Click here to see both our inspiration and a scrumptious recipe for pumpkin cheesecake bites.  I assure you, you will love them!  I personally am not the biggest fan of regular pumpkin pie, but when you add in a little creamy cheesecake, I am in heaven!  You MUST try them, they are the perfect pumpkin pie alternative for Thanksgiving!

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe Ingredients Found At Natures Garden:

Pillar of Bliss Wax- 10 Pounds
Joy Wax- 1 SLAB
Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye- ORANGE 1oz.
Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye- BROWN 1oz.
Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye- BLACK 1oz.
Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye- YELLOW 1oz.
Pumpkin Cheesecake Fragrance Oil
POURING POT
THERMOMETER
Silicone Soap Mold- 12 Mini Muffins
Pumpkin Pie Spice Blend Powder

Other Things You Will Need:
Stainless Steel Measuring Spoon
Scale
Stove
Toothpicks
Pot (For Double Boiler)

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe: The Chocolate Pie Crust Layer

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe Pouring the BaseWe will begin by using Natures Garden’s Pillar of Bliss Wax. The nice thing about pillar waxes is that, since they are harder waxes, they will pop right out of your mold. Anytime you are using a mold, I would recommend using a pillar wax.

The bottom layer of this wax melts recipe will resemble a chocolate pie crust. In this section, I will walk you through the creation of this layer. It will be about 1/3 of your base. So, keep in mind, you will not be filling the mold completely with this layer. You will need two of the silicone mini cupcake molds ready. This recipe will create 16 pumpkin wax melts. Begin by melting your Pillar of Bliss Wax using the double boiler method. You will need to melt 3 ounces of pillar wax.

Once melted, you will need to add color. Since you only need a small amount, we suggest using two toothpicks. Get out both your black liquid candle colorant and brown candle dye. Now, dip one toothpick in the brown candle dye. Then, dip the toothpick in the wax. Now, using the second toothpick, do the same with the black candle colorant. Mix well to incorporate the color.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe Pie Crust LayerNext, add 0.3 ounces of Pumpkin Cheesecake Fragrance Oil. Stir to blend the fragrance oil. Finally, you can now pour the melted wax in 16 of the mini muffin mold cavities. Remember, you will want to fill each of these cavities 1/3 of the way full. Allow this layer to set up completely.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe: The Pumpkin Cheesecake Layer

When creating the pumpkin cheesecake layer, we will again, be working with Pillar of Bliss Wax. This time you will need to melt 6 ounces of Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax. Again, weigh out the wax using a scale. Then, use the double boiler to melt it.

Once melted, add your colorant. You will again want to use toothpicks to add just a small amount of colorant. This time you will need three toothpicks. Use the toothpicks to add yellow candle dye, brown liquid candle colorant, and orange candle colorant. Mix well.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe Cheesecake LayerNow, use your scale to add 0.6 ounces of Pumpkin Cheesecake Fragrance Oil. Mix well to incorporate the pumpkin scent. Finally, pour the wax into each cavity of the mold. You will fill the remaining 2/3 of the silicone mold. Allow this layer to set up.  Lastly, once they have completely hardened, remove the bases from the molds.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe: The Whipped Frosting Layer

When creating the whipped frosting, we will be using Joy Wax. Joy Wax, since it is a container wax, is softer making it ideal for our whipped topping. You will prepare the wax as you normally would, in a double boiler, adding your fragrance around 170 degrees. Add 0.9 ounces of Pumpkin Cheesecake Fragrance Oil to the Joy Wax. Stir the cheesecake fragrance oil into the wax completely. Now, you will want to wait for the wax set up a bit before you begin whipping it. Start whipping the wax when it has a slushy consistency. You can use a stainless steel spoon to whip the wax. You want to stir the wax until it has a whipped cream consistency.

Pumpkin Cheesecake Wax Melts Recipe Whipped LayerNow, begin topping each base.  You will need to use your spoon to scoop a small amount of wax onto each base.  You want it to look like frosting.  Use the spoon to create peaks in the Joy wax.  Lastly, get out the pumpkin pie spice powder.  Sprinkle a small amount of the pumpkin powder on each melt.

Once you have allowed that wax tarts to cure, they are ready to use.  Simply place one melt in your tart burner and enjoy the creamy pumpkin cheesecake aroma!  Have you created this wax melt recipe at home?  Or, maybe another product you would like to share?  We would love to see what you have come up with.  Post your pics on Natures Garden’s Facebook page or on Instagram, tagging us @ngscent.

Sep
19

Pumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil


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Pumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance OilPumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Pumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil is a pumpkin and spice scent by Natures Garden candle making supplies. This strong aroma is a perfect fall time fragrance oil between the pumpkin scent, the buttery pie notes, and the delicious spice scents. Not only would this scent be great for the fall season, but this fragrance oil has a perfect scent for Thanksgiving room scenting candles, air fresheners, and aroma bead recipes. We hope that you enjoy this fantastic best selling pumpkin pie scent in your products as many other customers seem to have done!

What Does Pumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of sweet cream pumpkin, complimented with nuances of nutmeg, cinnamon, clove, and ginger; rounded out with buttery vanilla notes. A Best Seller!

How Do Our Customers Use Pumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Natures Garden customers can use this delicious fall time fragrance oil in a variety of different room scenting products. Potpourri, incense, and reed diffusers can each use up to 19.7% and no more of this scent in the formulation of these room scenting recipes. Also, aroma beads can use this fragrance oil and will even retain a nice and strong scent from this pumpkin pie spice fragrance oil.

Furthermore, candles, wax tarts, and other wax based creations can be made with this pumpkin pie fragrance oil. Candles and wax melts using either vegetable or paraffin waxes can use up to 10% of this scent. Products made of joy wax or wow wax will both perform perfectly for this perfect Thanksgiving fragrance oil. Also, soy wax based products that use this fragrance oil will retain a nice and strong aroma. When coloring your wax products, that use this fragrance oil, then we suggest using four drops of orange liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax.  Alternatively, a small amount of a shredded coral or peach color block will work. Remember, you should avoid using crayons as a substitute as they will clog your candle’s wick.

How Do Our Customers Use Pumpkin Pie Spice Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Although this pumpkin scent can be used for room scenting, it’s not safe to put this fragrance in body products. This fragrance oil is not safe for homemade bath and body products in any quantity. Further, homemade cleaning products can’t be scented with this fall fragrance oil. While these cleaning products aren’t made to use directly on the skin, they do get a lot of skin contact. Therefore, customers should know, it is unsafe to use this fragrance oil in cleaning products.

Finally, are you ready to get started with your fall craft projects?  This Natures Garden pumpkin scent is sure to be a hit with your clients!  Check out our free candle recipes and room scenting recipes for a little inspiration!  We would love to see what you have been inspired to create with our Pumpkin Pie Spice Scent.

Sep
18

Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil


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Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance OilRed Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Chances are, your mouth already started tingling and watering just looking at the picture to the left.  Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is the strong cinnamon scent of red hot cinnamon candies.  The aroma is unmistakable, as the candies themselves. They almost seem more cinnamon than actual cinnamon, and that is just what this fragrance embodies!

Unfortunately, this fragrance isn’t body safe, so we’ll be focusing on room scenting products throughout the rest of this post.  Our recommended fragrance percentages for the products we will be discussing may seem a bit low, but please know that this is partially due to the fact that this scent is STRONG!  If you’ve ever had the pleasure of tasting red hot cinnamon candies, you will know exactly what to expect when it comes to the aroma of this fragrance.  Give Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil a try today!  You just might find your new favorite cinnamon scent!

What Does Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is true-to-name, smelling exactly like red hot cinnamon candies!  A valued customer from Oak Grove, KY detailed the scent, writing “This scent smells just like the red hot candies from when I was a kid. It is extremely strong and every time I smell it I can taste the candies.”  We’re sure you’ll agree!

How Do Our Customers Use Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

This is one HOT fragrance oil!  Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil can be used to create cinnamon scented products to spice up any space!  This spicy scent would be an incredible choice for making homemade reed diffusers.  For this project, you would need to purchase Reed Diffuser Base, as you can only use this scent as up to 22% of your total recipe.  Potpourri and incense recipes also work well with this scent, as Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil is frequently touted as stronger than cinnamon itself.  These projects also adhere to the 22% fragrance maximum.

With a maximum fragrance usage of 22%, this sweet cinnamon fragrance also creates strongly scented aroma beads, which make wonderful air fresheners.  Candles and wax tarts can be made using Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil up to 10%.  It works wonderfully in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and natural soy waxes.  If you color your candles, we would recommend 6 drops of red Spectrum liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax.  You can also color your melted wax with a small amount of red color blocks.  Crayons are never recommended to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

Again, we would like to reiterate that this scent is not safe for bath or body products!

Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil Scented Shoes RecipeAre you looking for a fun and creative way to get started using Red Hot Cinnamon Fragrance Oil?  Check out our incredible craft recipe for Scented Valentine Glitter Shoes!  What better way to accessorize than with a shoe that is sure to grab the attention of everyone around!

 

Sep
14

Sex on the Beach Fragrance Oil


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Sex on the Beach Fragrance OilSex on the Beach Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Sex on the Beach Fragrance Oil is a fruity scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a perfect sweet, citrus fruits blend. It is a wonderful reminder of a Sex on the Beach cocktail on a warm and sunny day. Imagine laying on the warm sands of the beach with a cold beverage. We hope that your enjoy this fragrance oil in all of your homemade products and that they smell fantastic!

What Does Sex on the Beach Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a fruity combination of fresh ripened peaches, fresh squeezed oranges, and spiced cranberry. A Best Seller! 

How Do Our Customers Use Sex on the Beach Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Bath and body products can include this fruity fragrance oil in their products. Bath gels, bath oils, perfumes, lotions, all kinds of soaps, various scrubs, and other bath and body creations can include this fragrance oil, but the body safe concentration is only 0.5%.  If you are coloring your bath and body products, we suggest using both orange colorant and red liquid soap dye. Just remember that you shouldn’t use any candle dyes in any of your body products.

Further, this scent can be used to create all kinds of soap, including cold process and melt and pour. While this scent can be used to create cp soap, we chose not to test it due to its low concentration of 0.5%. Therefore, you can use this scent in your products, but we can’t share how we show it would work.

How Do Our Customers Use Sex on the Beach Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Our customers can use this delicious fragrance oil to create all kinds of their own room scenting creations. Both potpourri and incense recipes can be made with a maximum of 50% for this fragrance oil. Any homemade cleaning supplies could be created with no more than 0.5% of this fruit scent. Also, aroma bead products that include this scent will retain a strong scent.

Further, our Sex on the Beach Fragrance Oil can be used in wax based room scenting products, such as candles or wax tarts. If these wax creations are made of either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax, then they can use up to 10% of this fragrance oil. Joy wax and wow wax will each perform perfectly with this fruit cocktail scent. Also, soy wax products that incorporate this fragrance oil will retain a nice and strong scent. If you want to color any of your wax products using this fragrance oil, our suggestion is using four drops of orange liquid candle dye and two drops of red liquid candle dye. This is based on a four pound batch of wax. Alternatively, you could use a small amount of a shredded orange and red color blocks into melted wax. 

Sep
12

Narcissist Fragrance Oil


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Narcissist Fragrance OilNarcissist Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Narcissist Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden smell so good that it loves itself.  It sits around its fragrance house burning Narcissist candles, because it likes the seductive, warm blend.  It even bathes using Narcissist Fragrance Oil soap, because it performs so wonderfully!  All joking aside, as nothing negative is implied by the name of this enticing scent.  The word Narcissist comes from a Greek myth about a man named Narcissus.  After rejecting advances from a mythological counterpart, he laid down staring into his reflection in the water, falling deeply in love with his own reflection.  Staring into this fragrance oil probably won’t make you fall in love with yourself (if this happens, consult Greek mythology for possible solutions), but you will certainly be enamored with the scent of Narcissist Fragrance Oil!

What Does Narcissist Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Narcissist Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a blend that is purely seductive.  Fall in love with Egyptian musk and enchanting patchouli, spiced with the subtle sweetness of cinnamon, orange blossom, and anise.

Top Notes: Peach, Raspberry, Osmanthus
Mid Notes: Cinnamon, Anise, Rose, Orange Blossom
Base Notes: Patchouli, Sandalwood, Egyptian Musk

How Do Our Customers Use Narcissist Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Products?

Create room scenting projects to craft an atmosphere that you’re sure to love.  Room scenters can incorporate up to 50% of this fragrance oil in projects like reed diffusers, incense, and potpourri.  This fragrance oil is also strong in aroma beads.

Homemade candle crafters can use Narcissist Fragrance Oil up to 10% with vegetable waxes and paraffin wax.  This scent will perform perfectly in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and is nice and strong in soy waxes.  If you wish to color your candles, we would recommend 2 drops of red liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax.  You can also color your melted wax with a small amount of red color blocks.  Do not use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

How Do Our Customers Use Narcissist Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Products?

Your bath and body collection will get a notable, enticing boost when you incorporate Narcissist Fragrance Oil!   If you are making cold process soap, you may use this mystical aroma up to 5% of your total recipe.  Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results show that this fragrance oil soaps nicely.  Soaps made with this scent experienced no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.  Cured bars of soap discolored to a light butter and had a very strong scent!  We would recommend using red soap colorant in the amount that satisfies you if you choose to color your bath and body products.  Remember not to use candle dye in any of your bath and body products as they are not body safe.

Narcissist Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a scent with which your customers will sure fall in love!  Bath gels and oils were found to perform well when the recommended maximum of 5% fragrance oil is incorporated.  Customers can create their own perfumes with a maximum of 5% fragrance oil used, they have been found to perform very well.  Homemade lotions should also adhere to a 5% fragrance oil maximum.  Homemade cleaning supplies can also be created with a maximum fragrance usage of 5%.

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Glacier Falls Fragrance Oil


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Glacier Falls Fragrance OilGlacier Falls Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight 

Glacier Falls Fragrance Oil is a clean Natures Garden scent. This scent is as crisp and clear as fresh glacier water with a touch of sweetness and rich, manly undertones. Although this fragrance oil does smell a bit like a male cologne, it is still light enough for a female to enjoy as well.  This scent is perfect for soaps and would even make a lovely, light room scent. No matter what your intentions are for this crisp fragrance, it will smell great.

What Does Glacier Falls Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a fresh, clean, masculine aroma that begins with floral top notes of jasmine, followed by middle notes of bergamot, green melon, berries and peach; all sitting on base notes of woods, amber, and musk.

How Do Our Customers Use Glacier Falls Fragrance Oil?

Soap crafters can use this fragrance oil in their either their melt and pour soap recipes or cold process soaps at a maximum use of 5%. In fact, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results revealed that this fragrance oil is a fantastic scent to use in soap making! A soap batch using this fragrance will experience no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation in the process of making this bar. Further, the final bar of soap will have no discoloration and maintain an amazing scent retention. If you wish to color your soap, then we suggest that you use blue soap dye in an amount that provides a color that satisfies you. Never use candle dye in any body products.

In addition to handmade soap, bath and body products can be created as well. Bath oils and bath gels can both be made using a 5% maximum of this masculine fragrance oil. Also, perfumes and lotions perform perfectly with the addition of this crisp, clean scent. Both homemade lotions and perfumes can use a maximum of 5% if Glacier Falls scent. Homemade cleaners can be created using with fragrance no more than 5% as well.

A wide variety of homemade room scenting projects can be created using the Glacier Falls Fragrance Oil. This clean scent can be included in aroma beads and will be nice and strong. Other room scents, such as potpourri and incense, can be created using a maximum of 50% for this fragrance oil. However, this scent is that is not able to be used in gel wax due to incompatibility.

Customers that make masculine scented candles can incorporate this fragrance oil in their products. These candle wax recipes can include up to 10% of this scent in vegetable waxes and paraffin wax. This fresh and clean scent will perform perfectly in joy wax and wow wax. Also, this oil will be nice and strong in soy wax products. We suggest using one drop of Spectrum blue liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. Also, you could shred a small amount of blue color block into your melted wax. Remember that you should never use crayons to color your candles as these kinds of waxes will clog your wick.