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May
15

What Are the Best Scents for Summer


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What Are the Best Scents for SummerWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer

One of the most important parts of creating fun summer products is choosing the best summer scents. Whether you are making homemade candle or soap from scratch, the fragrance oil is an important ingredient. If you are looking for some fun scents for this season, then this is a blog that you will want to check out. We are going to answer an important question, which is  What Are the Best Scents for Summer?

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance Oil

First, we have a scent that is basically a paradise in a bottle. The Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance Oil is a scrumptious fruity blend that belongs out on the white sands of a secluded beach. The fragrance has top notes of mandarin, Mexican lime, tangerine, and kumquat;  middle and base notes of watermelon, tart green apples, cantaloupe, and honeydew melon. You are sure to enjoy this scent, just as many of our customers have loved this best selling fragrance!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Coconut Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Coconut Fragrance Oil

Next, we have another lovely fragrance oil that would be perfect for summer. This summer scent has the fresh and clean scent of our Coconut Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has a fresh coconut aroma that reminds you of suntan lotion. It’s not too buttery, like some other coconut scents. Since this scent is similar to some suntan products, it would be a great scent to add to summertime lotions!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: NG Sun and Sand Type Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: NG Sun and Sand Type Fragrance Oil

Also, we have a beautiful summer scent that is bright and sure to remind you of a fun beach day! The NG Sun and Sand Type Fragrance Oil has an aroma that starts with ozony notes of floral and citrus. This goes right into a blend of white flowers, bergamot, orange blossoms, ylang ylang, and muguet lily.  These notes all rest on a light musk base that delicately ties the scent together.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Birds of Paradise Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Birds of Paradise Fragrance Oil

Another great scent for summer is the Birds of Paradise Fragrance Oil, which is a tropical floral paradise! The aroma has top notes of lemon, orange, and tuberose. This is followed by middle notes of birds of paradise, gardenia, rose, and honeysuckle. All of this sits on base notes of magnolia leaves and jasmine. Overall, these notes create a scent that will transport you to an exotic paradise of bright tropical flowers and soft, warm breezes. Simply too good to pass up!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Iced Pineapple Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Iced Pineapple Fragrance Oil

Additionally, you can use the sweet, tropical aroma of the Iced Pineapple Fragrance Oil. If you like pineapple scents, then this is the summer aroma is perfect for you! This sweet and tangy fragrance oil has the true aroma of slicing open a freshly ripened pineapple. Plus, that aroma is balanced with an ozony green base note that rounds out this delicious scented oil. Also, this aroma would be great for mixing with other scents to create your own unique blend!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Mango Papaya Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Mango Papaya Fragrance Oil

Next, we have a fruity scent that is both tropical and scrumptious. Our Mango Papaya Fragrance Oil is a fruity blend of freshly ripened mango scent with the aroma of juicy papaya. These exotic fruit scents are perfect for creating melt and pour soap recipes, like our Mango Papaya Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. This scent is absolutely delicious and your product line would not be perfect without this fragrance!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Coconut Lime Verbana Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Coconut Lime Verbana Fragrance Oil

Also, you may want to try out our Coconut Lime Verbana Fragrance Oil this summer! It is a lovely scent that is as delicate and beautiful as a warm, soft summer breeze through a garden of florals and fruits. This fragrance oil is a citrus bouquet of lime, kumquat, grapefruit, lemon, with a soft floral undertone of jasmine, on a background of musk and sandalwood.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance Oil

Next, we have a scent that smells like fresh, clean laundry straight out of the dryer. Our lovely NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance Oil has top notes of sweet, ripened, McIntosh apples, pears, and white roses. These scrumptious notes are followed by the scent of freshly sliced mango, fresh greenery, and tiger lily. Everything is all sitting on base notes of floral musks. You can compare this delightful aroma to the scent of Gain’s Apple Mango Tango fabric softener.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Pina Colada Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Pina Colada Fragrance Oil

Another fantastic tropical scent that you can enjoy is the Pina Colada Fragrance Oil. Just sit back and relax with the scent of this scrumptious beverage scent. As you unwind, you can indulge yourself in the scent of this tropical blend. You will find that the scent of sweet pineapple and coconut is perfectly blended to create an island scent that is sure to be loved.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Yuzu Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Yuzu Fragrance Oil

Plus, the Yuzu Fragrance Oil is a bright citrus aroma that would be a great fragrance oil for the summer. This scented oil has top notes of mandarin, tangerine, lemon satsuma, and ruby red grapefruit, middle notes of bergamot, and base notes of oakmoss. Yuzu is a scent that is perfect on its own and can be mixed with other tropical notes to create a very complex scent.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Fresh Cut Grass Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Fresh Cut Grass Fragrance Oil

Next, we have a fragrance oil that will remind you of a bright mid-summer day. Summer is full of fun and laughter. Plus the wonderfully fresh aroma of newly cut green grass. Since scent is such a powerful trigger of memory, the Fresh Cut Grass Fragrance Oil is a bright, sweet scent that is perfect for bringing the memories of these long summer days right back and into your home!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Creamy Coconut Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Creamy Coconut Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use another lovely coconut aroma in your homemade products. Our Creamy Coconut Fragrance Oil is a lovely aroma of creamy coconut milk. This scent has top notes of peach, banana, and coconut that are followed by a middle aroma of coconut tree leaves and the sweet base scent of vanilla. Together, this scrumptious scent is a sweet coconut aroma that you don’t want to miss out on!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Mango Peach Salsa Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Mango Peach Salsa Fragrance Oil

This summer scent is absolutely scrumptious! Our Mango Peach Salsa Fragrance Oil uses luscious tones of fruit which are blended with warm spicy accents in this tempting creation. Bright citrus notes of tangerine balance with fresh cherry for the tangy top note. A heart of ripe peach mingles with strawberry, as hints of spice add delightful texture to the blend. Floral undertones are enveloped in a clean musk base to complete the fruit sensation.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Plumeria Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Plumeria Fragrance Oil

Another fun summer aroma is a delightful sweet, fruity floral aroma. Our Plumeria Fragrance Oil is composed of tropical plumeria flowers, fresh fruity top notes of juicy peach, apple, and pineapple; with middle notes of plumeria, carnation, and gardenia; all on a lovely bottom of green leaves and jasmine. So, this fun blend of fruity and floral scents is a perfect fragrance oil for the summer!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Blue Hawaiian Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Blue Hawaiian Fragrance Oil

Also, you can try out the scrumptious aroma of our Blue Hawaiian Fragrance Oil. This scent has crisp, juicy top notes that are perfect due to a high level of essential oils. Further, the scent has mouth-watering notes of juicy orange, lemon, and maraschino cherries that is followed by tangy pineapple, acai berry, and sea spray. Then, the scent is well rounded with base notes of sweet coconut, vanilla rum, and fresh ozonic notes. This is an absolutely sweet and delicious beverage scent that is perfect for any and all homemade products this summer!

https://www.naturesgardencandles.com/plumeria-fragrance-oilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Kumquat Fragrance Oil

Additionally, you may want to include a lovely citrus aroma in your new line of summer products. The Kumquat Fragrance Oil is a sweet and sour blend of ripe mandarin oranges and fresh pineapple chunks that would be perfect for your homemade recipes. Plus, this scent contains real citrus essential oils that brighten and enhance the scent of the fragrance oil!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Garden Dirt Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Garden Dirt Fragrance Oil

If you are someone that likes to garden, then this is the perfect summer scent for you! Our Garden Dirt Fragrance Oil is sure to remind you of planting and tending to your plants. Is unmistakable scent is just like rich potting soil. We have used this true aroma in our In the Garden Candle Recipe, which uses this scent, fresh cut grass, and floral jasmine to create a unique candle!

Garden Dirt Fragrance Oil: Satsuma Fragrance OilGarden Dirt Fragrance Oil: Satsuma Fragrance Oil

Another fun citrus scented oil that you can use this summer is the Satsuma Fragrance Oil. This aroma is centered aroma a unique, aromatic citrus fruit and truly blossoms into a marvelous aroma. Further, this fragrance oil has a wonderful blend of orange, mandarin, mango, peach, lime, jasmine, and orange flowers that create such an energizing and intoxicating fragrance!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Mango Sorbet Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Mango Sorbet Fragrance Oil

Plus, you can use the scrumptious scent of our Mango Sorbet Fragrance Oil to create some amazingly scented products! This fragrance oil has an uplifting aroma of energizing blend of ripe mango, juicy lemons, and fabulous, red raspberries. This dessert fragrance oil is perfect for creating room scents or cosmetic products that smell just like yummy mango sorbet!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: NG Exotic Coconut Type Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: NG Exotic Coconut Type Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use a scent that is both tropical and sexy! The NG Exotic Coconut Type Fragrance Oil is a gorgeous blend of sweet tropical notes and sexy musk that will create an irresistible aroma. This fragrance oil begins with top notes of guava, pineapple and currants. These notes are followed by middle notes of toasted coconut and vanilla. Then, the scent is rounded out with base notes of Tonka beans, sandalwood, and white musk.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Moonlight Pomegranate Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Moonlight Pomegranate Fragrance Oil

Further, you can use the delightful scent of Moonlight Pomegranate Fragrance Oil in any of your summer products. This scented oil has a mysterious blend of exotic, spicy pomegranate, wild bergamot, dewberry, iris, jasmine. This is followed by spicy notes of cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, with base notes of precious woods and cedar. So, you can enjoy this blend of refreshing pomegranate with exotic and spicy notes.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Strawberry Kiwi Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Strawberry Kiwi Fragrance Oil

Another great scent for this season is a bright fruity blend that is a perfect summer combination. The Strawberry Kiwi Fragrance Oil is a balanced aroma of fresh strawberries that is rounded out with just the right amount of tart kiwi. Such a refreshing flavor for a bright, sunny day. In fact, this blend would be perfect in lemonade! If you want to try some Strawberry Kiwi Lemonade along with this yummy scent, then you will definitely want to see Creme de la Crumb’s Strawberry Kiwi Lemonade Recipe!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Talk to UsWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Talk to Us

We hope that you found some summer scents that you can enjoy in your own recipes! If you are interested in looking for even more scents, then check out the Fragrance Oils page on our website. Also, you can talk to us if you have any questions about fragrances or how to use them. One simple way to find us is on social media. We are on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents), and Instagram (@ngscents). Hope to hear from your soon!

May
11

Top Exotic Fragrances


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Top Exotic FragrancesTop Exotic Fragrances

Today, we will talk about Natures Garden’s top exotic fragrances.  This list will include our most alluring fragrance oils that are sure to please.  These exotic scents are perfect for soap making, soap making, and candle making.  We will also talk about some of the bath and body products you can create with these fabulous fragrances.

Top Exotic Fragrances: NG Exotic Coconut Type Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: NG Exotic Coconut Type Fragrance Oil

First, Exotic Coconut Type Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is tropical and sexy!  Our coconut fragrance begins with top notes of guava, pineapple and currants, followed by middle notes of toasted coconut and vanilla, and rounded-out with base notes of Tonka beans, sandalwood, and white musk.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Blackened Amethyst Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Blackened Amethyst Fragrance Oil

Next us the seductive Blackened Amethyst Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden was created for chic, confident women who like to “live a little”.  This exotic fragrance combines aquatic top notes with Italian bergamot, rare camellias, and lime. Then, it is followed by middle notes of lily, jasmine, and rose; finished with notes of exotic sandalwood and vetiver.

Top Notes:  lemon, orange, coconut, Italian bergamot, camellias, lime
Mid Notes:  lily, jasmine, rose
Base Notes:  musk, vanilla, woods, amber, sandalwood, vetiver

Did you know? The gem stone known as amethyst is suppose to have the ability to prevent anyone from the side effects of alcoholic beverages.  People were so confident in this stones ability that they created cups and chalices out of the stone to drink their alcoholic beverages from.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Activated Charcoal Soap RecipeTop Exotic Fragrances: Activated Charcoal Soap Recipe

Our Activated Charcoal Soap Recipe is a fun and easy soap recipe that uses activated charcoal.  In addition, we added poppy seeds to give your soap some extra exfoliating powder.  Finally, we added diamond dust mica to the top layer to give the melt and pour soap a galaxy swirl.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Cashmere Type Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Cashmere Type Fragrance Oil

Cashmere Type Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is sensual, with exotic spice notes.  This exotic fragrance has notes of saffron, pimento berries, white pepper, and a lovely blend of floral, patchouli, and vanilla.

Top Notes: lemon, saffron, pimento berries, white pepper
Mid Notes: violet, jasmine, lily, gardenia
Base Notes: vanilla, sandalwood, cashmere woods, patchouli

Top Exotic Fragrances: Gingered Bergamot Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Gingered Bergamot Fragrance Oil

Gingered Bergamot Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is another exotic fragrance.  This time with citrus top notes of bergamot surrounded with nuances of freshly ground ginger combined with notes of sandalwood, cedar, Indian patchouli, and sweet basil.

Top Notes:  Bergamot, Ginger
Mid Notes:  Sandalwood, Cedar
Base Notes: Indian Patchouli, Sweet Basil

Top Exotic Fragrances: Pineapple Jasmine Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Pineapple Jasmine Fragrance Oil

Next, we have Pineapple Jasmine Fragrance Oil.  A creative blend of top notes of ripened pineapples, pears, and apples.  Middle notes of ferns and clover follow.  Finally, this exotic scent has bottom notes of jasmine and rose petals. Very Complex!

Top Exotic Fragrances: Sexy As Sin Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Sexy As Sin Fragrance Oil

This irresistible fragrance oil by Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies is a floral bouquet.  This sexy scent contains notes of gardenia, tuberose, sweet vanilla and exotic musk which is sure to intoxicate your senses. The name sexy as sin says it all!  This fragrance is a Natures Garden best selling scent.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Kulu Bay Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Kulu Bay Fragrance Oil

Now, Kulu Bay Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden!  Kulu Bay is part of the wonderful Fiji Islands.  In the Fiji Islands lush, virgin rainforests revitalize your well-being.  Invigorate your mind and soul with this upscale, fresh and exotic fragrance.  An energetic blend of tamarind, crushed lychee berries, Tahitian Noni juice, and fresh cranberries; followed by the herbal freshness of sun-ripened figs; with base notes of basil and palm leaves. An NG Original Fragrance!

Top Exotic Fragrances: Lavender Fizzy Bath RecipeTop Exotic Fragrances: Lavender Fizzy Bath Recipe

Let’s talk about a couple of recipes using Kulu Bay Fragrance Oil.  First, the Lavender Fizzy Bath Recipe.  This is a bath tea that not only helps you relax your worries away with real dried lavender, it also contain some fizzing power.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Argan Soap RecipeTop Exotic Fragrances: Argan Soap Recipe

Our second recipe using Kulu Bay Fragrance Oil is the Argan Soap Recipe.  This recipe of course, includes argan oil, but also many skin loving butters.  This cold process soap recipe will help nourish your skin.  Finally, this soap has a beautiful swirl of colors.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Lick Me All Over Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Lick Me All Over Fragrance Oil

Natures Garden Lick Me All Over Fragrance: A Best
Seller! We have had so many customers ask for this
scent….now we have it! A wonderful exotic fragrance with base notes of raspberry, cantaloupe, and watermelon,
middle notes of jasmine and violet, and fresh top notes of
grapefruit and kumquat.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Light Blue Women Type Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Light Blue Women Type Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden has exotic bergamot which adds a classic accent to this lush bouquet. Floral tones of calla lily, white jasmine and wood violet combine with hints of gardenia for a garden signature. A base of sweet amber balances with a highly textured musk blend and exotic woods to create lingering sensuality.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Moonlight Pomegranate Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Moonlight Pomegranate Fragrance Oil

Moonlight Pomegranate fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a mysterious blend with top notes of exotic, spicy pomegranate, wild bergamot, dewberry, iris, jasmine.  Then, the top notes are followed by spicy notes of cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg. Finally, this exotic scent is grounded with base notes of precious woods and cedar.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Mystic Orange Moonstone Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Mystic Orange Moonstone Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a mystical, exotic, complex fragrance layered with just the right balance of the following notes:  Blood orange, white jasmine, golden honey, orange blossom, black currant, peach, grapefruit, bergamot.  Also, containing notes of magnolia, orchid, freesia, muguet lily, cognac, light patchouli, white amber, myrrh, and white musk. NG Original Scent!

Top Exotic Fragrances: Vaniglia del Madagascar Type Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Vaniglia del Madagascar Type Fragrance Oil

In this fragrance oil by Natures Garden fresh citrus accents open to reveal a classic floral accord at the heart of this exotic vanilla scent.  Dramatic woody notes are carefully blended with hints of musk and sensual amber for a sensual effect.  A robust Madagascar vanilla bean, the world’s most expensive, characterizes the scent and creates a warm and lingering sweetness.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Desire Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Desire Fragrance Oil

An alluring, sensual fragrance oil by Natures Garden. Top notes of fresh citrus and vetiver and rose geranium, middle notes of jasmine, lily of the valley; and bottom notes of amber guise, vanilla, and musk. A Best Seller! NG Original!

Top Notes:  CItrus, vetiver, rose geranium
Mid Notes:  Lavender, Cyclamen, Heliotrope, jasmine, lily of the valley
Base Notes:  Patchouli, Vanilla Cream, amber, musk

Top Exotic Fragrances: Midnight Romance Fragrance Oil

This romantic fragrance oil by Natures Garden has an accord that begins with fresh Kaffir lime extract and spicy bergamot, which draws attention to this fragrance!  The floral musk notes on the bottom make this scent very sensual!  Natures Garden’s midnight romance fragrance begins with top notes of spicy bergamot, and Kaffir lime extract.  Then, the top notes are followed by middle notes of African violet, balsam fir, and jasmine.  Finally, it is sitting on base notes of muguet lily and musk.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Awapuhi Seaberry Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Awapuhi Seaberry Fragrance Oil

Tropical flowers and ozonic marine notes collide in this fresh exotic fragrance.  Natures Garden’s awapuhi seaberry fragrance begins with top notes of Italian bergamot extract, tart seaberries, and marine, ozonic notes.  Then, this tropical fragrance oil flows nicely into middle notes of geranium, jasmine, and fresh rose petals.  Finally, you will find it is well-balanced with a base note of white musk.

Top Notes:  Italian bergamot, peach, pineapple, coconut, fresh sea air, tart berries
Mid Notes:  Geranium, water lily, jasmine, rose petals
Base Notes:  Gardenia, musk

Did you know?  The Polynesians introduced this red ginger plant known as awapuhi.  During all important ceremonies Polynesian royalty were adorned with red ginger leis.  Hawaiians would also grind the plant up, add water, and drain the mixture.  They believe consuming this would cure stomach pains.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Awapuhi Seaberry Cold Process Soap RecipeTop Exotic Fragrances: Awapuhi Seaberry Cold Process Soap Recipe

Now, let’s talk about the Awapuhi Seaberry Cold Process Soap Recipe.  This cp soap recipe uses this wonderful exotic fragrance.  Also, it uses skin loving butters and oils like olive oil and shea butter.

Top Exotic Fragrances- Plumeria Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances- Plumeria Fragrance Oil

Then, Plumeria fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a sweet, fruity floral aroma composed of tropical and exotic plumeria flowers, fresh fruity top notes, on a lovely green bottom. A very popular duplication. A Best Seller!

Top Notes:  Juicy Peach, Apple, Pineapple
Mid Notes:  Island Plumeria, Carnation, Gardenia
Base Notes:  Green Leaves, Jasmine

Top Exotic Fragrances: Puakenikeni Hawaiian Flower Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Puakenikeni Hawaiian Flower Fragrance Oil

The Hawaiian flower typically used in leis.  This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a delicate, yet exotic heady blend of velvety island florals and lush greens which invoke feelings of intrigue, sensuality and femininity.

Top Notes: Orange Oil, Pineapple
Mid Notes: Pikake Flower, Gardenia, Tuberose, Clove
Base Notes: Fir Needle, Pine

Top Exotic Fragrances : Tiare Flowers Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances : Tiare Flowers Fragrance Oil

The Tiare flower is also known as Tahitian Gardenia.  This flower is used to make lei necklaces.  It is also a scent that is delicate and memorable.  Tiare Fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a beautiful blend of Tahitian gardenia, bergamot, lavender flowers, and white musk.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Tahitian Vanilla Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Tahitian Vanilla Fragrance Oil

Now, we will talk about Tahitian Vanilla Fragrance Oil.  This vanilla fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of a creamy, caramel, fruity vanilla.

Top Exotic Fragrances: Paradise Reef Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances: Paradise Reef Fragrance Oil

Let’s get away and go deep-sea diving at Paradise Reef.  A popular vacation get away place.  This tropical fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a sparkling fragrance with salt water and fresh air notes.  Paradise Reef begins with notes of nectarine, bird of paradise,  and water lily,  followed by middle notes of passion flower, orchid, and hyacinth.  Finally, this exotic scent is rounded out and empowered by fresh air and salt water notes.  An NG Original fragrance!

Top Exotic Fragrances- NG Tahitian Waterfall Type Fragrance OilTop Exotic Fragrances- NG Tahitian Waterfall Type Fragrance Oil

Compare this fragrance oil by Natures Garden to the fabric softener.  Let our fragrance oil take you away with sweet jasmine, wild lilies and violets, with the enchanting mist of a cool tropical waterfall.  You will be in Heaven!

Are you ready for an exotic getaway?  Have you tried any of these strong exotic fragrances?  Show us what you have created.  Post pictures of your creations on our Facebook Page.  You can also tag us on Instagram or Twitter @ngscents.

So, these exotic fragrances have you longing for an exotic vacation?  Well, check our these top exotic vacations that Men’s Health suggests.  In addition to being exotic tropical getaways, they won’t break the bank.

May
08

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?


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Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?

A few of our customers have had the following question on their mind; Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil? So, we decided to explain each one to be able to compare them better. Essential Oils and Fragrance Oils have a variety of different scents that are able to set the perfect mood regardless of whether you need some relaxing aromatherapy or a jazzy pick me up scent.

While both are great for adding scents to you body products or homemade candles, they have a few key differences. This forces us to categorize them differently. Personally, I use and love both types of scented oils. I find that each is perfect for certain recipes. Essential Oils have a more pure, true scent that I love for facial products, while fragrance oils are more fun and unique, which is irresistible in lotions and soaps. So, let’s talk about what makes them each perfectly unique!

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Fragrance OilsIs There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Fragrance Oils

Fragrance oils are a blend of many scents that work together to create a fantastic aroma. A purfumist will create three distinct parts for a single fragrance oil. These scented oils have top notes, middle notes, and base notes. So, they will have each of these layers crafted to perfectly complement one another to make an unforgettable scent.

First, the top notes are the most volatile notes. So, these are the first notes to evaporate and reach your nose, which will provide you with the initial burst of scent. The top notes can be things like citrus oils and light, aromatic ingredients. Next, we have the middle notes of the fragrance oil and the heart of your aroma. These notes are noticeable throughout most of the fragrance oil’s life time and creates what is called the “fragrance signature”. It is typical to have notes like floral, spice or fruit tones in this layer. Lastly, we have the base notes that are the longest lasting scents of the scented oil. These notes provide rich, deep scents that last long after the top notes and middle notes have evaporated. This layer may contain notes like are musk, vanilla, resins and woods. These bursting layers blend together perfectly to create a fragrance oil that smells fantastic from beginning to end!

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Are Fragrance Oils Bad For You?Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Are Fragrance Oils Bad For You?

Fragrance Oils aren’t bad for you. In fact, there are fragrance oils that contain essential oils in them. For example, our Rosemary Fragrance Oil contains high levels of the rosemary essential oil. The only difference between the two is that the fragrance oil contains notes of camphoraceous eucalyptus and coriander along with the essential oil to round our the cool, crisp herbal aroma. These wonderfully herbal notes were created synthetically to enrich the overall scent of our fragrance oil and without these notes the fragrance oil wouldn’t be as delightfully complex.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Using Fragrance Oils for Bath and BodyIs There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Using Fragrance Oils for Bath and Body

One great way to use a complex fragrance oil is creating bath and body products that will nourish the body and leave you smelling fantastic. We used the Chocolate Raspberry Chocolate Drizzle Fragrance Oil to create our Chocolate Raspberry Drizzle Rolled Soap Recipe and it was absolutely delicious. So, you just determine how much fragrance oil can be used in your recipe and get to crafting. You can easily figure out which fragrance oils can be used on the body and their usage rate by checking the Fragrance Oil IFRA Certificate. Also, you can find our personal suggestion for usage rates in the written portion on the same page. When we determine our recommend usage rate, we take into consideration the integrity of the product. So, what do I mean by that?  Some fragrance oils have very high usage rates.  So, let’s say you are looking at a fragrance oil and the IFRA Certificate said you could go as high as 50% fragrance oil when using that particular scented oil.  If we were to say we recommend 50% in your soap, you will end up with come very mushy soap.  So, when we make these recommendations, we test to determine how much you can use and still have a beautifully well made finished product. However, you can make this judgement for yourself and test them in your own products.

Typically, you can’t use fragrance oils that have a high concentration of spice notes in large amounts. In fact, some are not safe for bath and body products. But, this is also the case with spice essential oils, like Star Anise, as well. It just means that these types of scents are more likely to irritate the skin, so it is recommended to be cautious with these scents.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Using Fragrance Oils in Scented CandlesIs There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Using Fragrance Oils in Scented Candles

Candle making is the perfect way to use any fragrance oil. You can use all of the Natures Garden fragrance oils to create homemade candles. While you can use all of our fragrance oils in diy candles, there are some that we would highly recommend using. Our Top Candle Scents  are some of the strongest fragrance oils for candles and are sure to pick up the mood in a room. One of these strong room scenting fragrances was used to create our Spring Smelly Jelly Recipe. In this recipe the scent of a freshly blooming lilac bush from the Lilac Fragrance Oil was a strong, pure aroma that was irresistible.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Fragrance Oils Can Be CheaperIs There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Fragrance Oils Can Be Cheaper

In addition to being a more complex alternative to essential oils, fragrance oils are often cheaper than essential oils. Sometimes an essential oil is just way too expensive for daily use, so we are able to turn to a fragrance oil for an alternative. First, you can take an essential oil and combine it with other notes. This way you will still enjoy the scent of the essential oil, but you will need slightly less of the essential oil.

Another option for perfumes is creating a scent that smells just like the essential oil. This is perfect for the essential oils that would be extremely expensive. One example of this is Moonlight Tuberose Fragrance Oil. While the Tuberose Essential Oil is extremely expensive, it is possible to create a fragrance oil that contains the scent of Tuberose for much cheaper. So, you are able enjoy the aroma in this complex scent in your homemade recipes all the time!

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Essential OilsIs There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Essential Oils

Essential oils are created by extracting the essence of natural elements. These elements can be flowers, spices, woods, or even herbs. So, a single essential oil will have the pure scent of the natural element it came from. So, you won’t have too much complexity in the aroma of your essential oils. For example, in Cinnamon Leaf Ceylon Essential Oil you only have the scent of Cinnamon and in Apple Jack Peel the cinnamon is used as a middle note among many other scents. This means you can have the herbal scent of Lavender Essential Oil or the citrus scent of Tangerine California Essential Oil, but you won’t have any of the top notes or base notes to support your scent. While you can mix a few of these essential oils together to create an essential oil blend, these blends are not as complex as many fragrance oils. This means that essential oils are perfect for creating homemade products with a simple, elegant aroma.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Are Essential Oils Natural?Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Are Essential Oils Natural?

Since essential oils are taken from natural elements and not created synthetically, they are natural. Most often, essential oils are extracted by a process called steam distillation. This involves putting the flower, plant, or herb into a still containing pressurized steam. Eventually, the cell walls burst and release the essence of this natural element. After, this essence is shocked with cool water. This mixture of essential oil and water will separate over time, which allows manufacturers to harvest the essential oil. Many believe that this method is the best to produce high quality essential oil. If you would like to learn about any of the other methods for extracting essential oils, then check out our Essential Oil Class!

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Can You Use Essential Oils to Make Soap?Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Can You Use Essential Oils to Make Soap?

You absolutely can use essential oils for soap making! In fact, you can use most essential oils on the skin. So, we can include these essential oils in recipes for soap, lotion, and any other kind of bath and body product you want to create, too. We have used both the Lavandin Grosso Pure Essential Oil and the Patchouli Essential Oil to create the herbal Patchouli Infused Hair Conditioner Recipe.

You just need to make sure that you check the  IFRA Certificate for your essential oil to see what the usage rate is for your recipe. The PDF for the certificate is a blue color. The PDF certificate like is on the right side of the page of the essential oil that you are looking at. Just like fragrance oils, you can only use essential oils  in certain percentage rates. For example, you can only use Star Anise Essential Oil at a 0.1% rate for all bath and body recipes. Also, you can use the Bergamot Italian Rectified Essential Oil at a 5% rate for body products like soap and lotion, but only a 2% rate for nails or hair care products.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil? : Can You Add Essential Oils to a Candle?Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil? : Can You Add Essential Oils to a Candle?

You can use Essential Oils to create some fantastic natural candles! While these candles won’t have the complex top notes or lingering base notes, essential oils are perfect for those that enjoy pure scents. We recommend using soy wax though.  Essential oils will not blend with paraffin waxes. If you have a favorite natural essential oil, then you will absolutely love a soy candle made with it. You just have to be cautious of a few things. First, you need to add your scent at a temperature below its flash point. Otherwise, the scent may evaporate immediately. You can find the flash point on the IFRA Certificate for each essential oil, which is on the page for each essential oil.  You will need to test to determine the proper amount of essential oil to use.  Each essential oil will be different.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: How Much Do Essential Oils Cost?

While essential oils are made from natural elements, we are a bit limited in what can be used to become an essential oil. This is because some plants contain such small amounts of essence that it can take up to a hundred pounds to create a single ounce of one an essential oil. This can lead to some essential oils being extremely expensive, like the pure Tuberose essential oil. While some can cost quite a bit, not every essential oil is super expensive. You can find about twenty seven different essential oils on the Natures Garden website at reasonable priced.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Luxurious Essential Oils

While Natures Garden doesn’t carry any extravagant essential oils, there are some oils out there that get pretty high in price. It was really interesting to see the essential oils on the list and how expensive they can be. If you are curious in learning  about more of these expensive essential oils, then check out the Top 10 Most Expensive Essential Oils in the World by Most Luxurious List.

Is There a Difference Between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oil?: Talk to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed this scent blog and have learned something about the difference between essential oils and fragrance oils. We know that it can be confusing when you are just learning as they are both do similar things, but the differences are fairly simple once you learn them. If you have anymore questions or just want to share you experiences, then reach out to us on social media. The Natures Garden Facebook page is one place that is great for communicating with us and the other craft makers. Also, you can find us on Twitter and on Instagram with @ngscents. Have fun with your favorite scented oils and we hope to talk all about them with you soon!