Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil– Fragrance Oil Spotlight
If there is one scent that is synonymous to autumn it is pumpkin. However, when you take the scent of rich pumpkin and blend it with warm and inviting spices, and add a burst of crisp, sweet, and juicy apples; what you get is the perfect Holiday time scent. This fragrance oil is “the perfect marriage between sweet and spicy.” Natures Garden’s Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil is one of those scents that customers just can’t seem to get enough of in your finished products. Many of our clients state that this yummy scent flies off the shelves and sells out every time.
What does Pumpkin Apple Butter Smell Like?
This fragrance oil by Natures Garden will put you in the mood for the holidays with top notes of orange, apple, pear, pineapple, and cherries; middle notes of pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove; with base notes of warm vanilla. Unique, and simply amazing!
How Do Our Customers Use Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil?
For all of you candle crafters or home scenters, Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil is used in gel, Joy, soy, paraffin, and parasoy waxes. This fragrance oil has excellent cold scent throw and superb hot scent throw. Pumpkin Apple Butter fragrance is amazingly strong in tarts and melts as well. This wonderfully aromatic fragrance oil also works very well as room sprays, in potpourri, electric warmers, and aroma beads.
For bath and body crafters, this fragrance oil is a must have and has a usage percentage of 5%. Natures Garden’s Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance oil is used to make: melt and pour soap, solid lotion bars, body scrubs, bubble bombs, creams, and body sprays. Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this scent is still strong weeks after cure! Here are the official results: Soaps great, no ricing, no acceleration, discolors to a caramel color. Fabulous scent!
It you are interested in a wonderful cold process soap recipe using Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil check out Pumpkin Puree Cold Process Soap Recipe. You can simply click on the link or find the recipe under the free recipes and classes section of Natures Garden’s website.