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Jul
22

Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil

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Lavender Apple Fragrance OilLavender Apple Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil is a clean fruit scent by Natures Garden. Our customers highly recommend this fragrance oil. Whether they are using it in cp soap, scented soy candles, or homemade lotions, like us, they find it beautifully unique.  One reviewer has said, “Personally, I am not a huge lavender fan, however, this description caught my eye. I gave it a try in both lotion and a soy candle. I am really very pleased with the results. It is a very soothing scent. I have already had to replace my stock of this scent twice. People just can not get enough. What an excellent choice.”

What Does Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden will make your home smell clean, and will help to relax your mind at the same time!  Lavender Apple fragrance starts with top notes of red delicious apple, raspberries, plum, and sugar; followed by middle notes of floral rosaceous green notes, lilac, pear, and eucalyptus; and sits on a powdery, woodsy musk base note. An NG Original Fragrance! Note:  This scent is a dupe of a famous natural cleaning company and they call it Lavender Apple.  While it is called lavender apple, you will notice that our perfumist’s description does not list lavender as a fragrance note.  That is because it was never a note in the cleaning product that was duped.

How Do Our Customers Use Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Our customers who like to create their own room scenting products can use this clean fragrance oil in their products. Potpourri and incense can be made using a maximum of 50% for this fragrance oil in their recipes. Any homemade cleaning products can be made with no more than 5% of this fragrance oil in their recipe. Also, our customers love to use this scented oil in aroma bead products.

Additionally, homemade candle creations can be made with this fruity fragrance oil. Any candle product that is made of either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax can include up to 10% of this fragrance oil. Joy wax and WOW wax will allow you to create wonderfully scented homemade candles. Also, the scent will remain nice and strong in candle products that are made from soy wax. If you want to add color to your candle products, then we suggest using either three drops of purple liquid candle dye along with one drop of red liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded purple and red color blocks per four pounds of wax. Remember to never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

How Do Our Customers Use Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Homemade bath and body product recipes can utilize this cleansing fruit fragrance oil. Bath gels, bath oils, soaps, lotions, and so much more bath and body products can be created using a maximum of 5% for this scent. Further, this fragrance oil will perfumes perfectly at a fragrance oil concentration no more than 5%.

Also, this fruit fragrance oil can be included in the creation of soaps through a variety of different methods. For instance, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have shown that this scent is a great addition for creating cold process soap.  Natures Garden’s test batch containing this fragrance oil showed no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. The final product had a very strong and herbal scent and the bar did not have any discoloration. If you want to color your bath and body products, then we suggest using some red and purple soap colorants in the amount you desire. Just remember to never use candle dye in any body products.

Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil Sugar Scrub

Feel free to check out our Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe, which uses this delightful spa fragrance oil!  Many other products can be created using this fragrance oil as well.  Nature’s Garden offers a variety of free recipes and classes.  Click here for our recipe box with even more diy projects, classes, and ideas!

Jul
16

Kiwi Fragrance Oil

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Kiwi Fragrance OilKiwi Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Kiwi Fragrance Oil is a fruity scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a very true kiwi scent that is perfect on its own and mixed with other scents. Learn how to use our kiwi scent in your homemade scented craft recipes.  Customers use this scent to create stronly scented candles, wax melts, lotion, soap, and so much more!

What Does Kiwi Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a single note of tart fruity floral kiwi. Great for customers who desire a straight kiwi scent or for use in creative scent mixing.

How Do Our Customers Use Kiwi Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Our customers who enjoy creating their own room scenting products can use this tart fruit fragrance oil to create their own recipes. Potpourri and incense can be created using a maximum of 50% for this fragrance oil in their recipes. Any household cleaning products can be made with no more than 5% of this scent in the formulation. Also, the fragrance oil’s scent will remain nice and strong in aroma beads.

Natures Garden’s testing has shown this kiwi scent to be gel wax compatible. However, customers should test each scent. Moreover, this juicy kiwi fragrance oil can be used to make recipes for candle creations. Any candle or wax tart that is made with either vegetable or paraffin wax can include up to 10% fragrance oil. Joy and WOW waxes will both perform perfectly using this fragrance oil. Also, the scent will remain nice and strong in candle products that are made from soy waxes. If you want to add color to your candle products, then we suggest using either three drops of green liquid candle dye along with three drops of yellow liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded green color block along with yellow color block per four pounds of wax. Remember to never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

How Do Our Customers Use Kiwi Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Homemade bath and body products can be created using this true to its name fragrance oil. Bath gels, bath oils, soaps, lotions, and many more bath and body products can be created using a maximum of 5% for this scent. Also, this fragrance oil will perform perfectly in perfumes, as long as there is a fragrance oil concentration of no more than 5%.

Additionally, this delicious fruit fragrance oil can be used to create soaps using a variety of different methods. For instance, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have shown that this scent is perfect for creating soaps using this method. A batch containing this scent will have no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. The final product will maintain a strong scent and the bar not have any discoloration. If you want to color your bath and body products, then we suggest using green liquid soap dye in an amount that you desire. Just remember to never use candle dye in any body products.

Kiwi Fragrance Oil Sugar Scrub Recipe

 

If you happen to be looking for a delightful recipe that incorporates our Kiwi Fragrance Oil, then you should check out our Clamshell Kiwi Sugar Cubes Recipe! This recipe is a great step by step instruction that will help you to create your very own sugar cubes.

 

Jul
02

Sugar Cookie Brulee Fragrance Oil

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Sugar Cookie Brulee Fragrance OilSugar Cookie Brulee Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Sugar Cookie Brulee Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a divine dessert fragrance that will make you smile!  This scent incorporates delectable, rich notes to create a smooth and sugary dessert accord.  This fragrance smells so good, you’ll want to taste it (although we strongly recommend not tasting this, or any, fragrance oil)!  It has earned a perfect 5-star rating from customers who are enamored with its rich aroma.  Give it a try today and you just might find your new favorite dessert scent!

What Does Sugar Cookie Brulee Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Sugar Cookie Brulee Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a delectable gourmand fragrance that combines rich notes of velvety vanilla, creamy butterscotch, sugar cane, and just the right amount of freshly baked sugar cookies.  Fresh out of our own recipe book, this is a Nature’s Garden Original Fragrance.

How Do Our Customers Use Sugar Cookie Brulee Fragrance Oil?

Sugar Cookie Brulee Fragrance Oil is a warm, inviting dessert scent.  This makes it great for room scenting projects of all kinds!  This delicious-smelling scent can be incorporated into smelly jelly recipes, incense, and potpourri at a rate of 50% of your total recipe.  Additionally, this fragrance provides a very strong scent in aroma beads.  Candles and wax tarts can use this sweet scent at a maximum of 10% with vegetable waxes and paraffin wax.  This fragrance works wonderfully in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and natural soy waxes.  We find that the raw color of our candle waxes is an accurate representation of this fragrance oil, therefore we do not recommend a colorant.  If you do wish to color your candles, you may use liquid candle dye or shredded color blocks.  Remember, never use crayons to color your melted wax as they will clog your wick, preventing the candle from burning properly.

This rich scent can be used to create luscious bath and body products.  Sugar Cookie Brulee is perfect for Bath gels, bath bombs, and oils, and will perform perfectly when the recommended maximum of 5% fragrance oil is used.  Soap makers can use 5% fragrance oil in both cold process soap recipes and melt and pour soap recipes.  Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results show that soaps made with this fragrance oil performs well! There was no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation.  Cured soap had a good scent retention and discolored to a dark chocolate!  Because of this drastic discoloration, we do not recommend using a colorant for your soaps.  As a reminder, do not use candle dyes in your bath and body products.

Adding this fragrance to your scent collection can expand all of your scented product lines!  Handcrafted perfumes, body sprays, and lotions will all perform wonderfully when incorporating this fragrance at 5% of your total recipe.  Also, household cleaning supplies can be created using a maximum fragrance usage of 5%.

Sugar Cookie Brulee Fragrance Oil Scrub RecipeAre you looking for a unique way to use Sugar Cookie Brulee Fragrance Oil?  Check out this free recipe for an Emulsified Sugar Scrub that incorporates this scent.  The recipe we provide makes five 4oz. Jars, so you’ll have plenty of this scrub to go around!  Let us know how it turns out!

Jan
17

Hippie Hair Conditioner

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happy hippie hair conditionerThe hippies may have stumbled upon something with their love of patchouli.  This natural herb does wonders for your body.  Not only is it amazing for your skin, promoting a lustrous glow, but it also has many antiseptic properties.  Besides the skin benefits, patchouli can also help in the hair department.  Patchouli can actually be used in the fighting of dandruff.

In order to best harness the anti-dandruff powers of patchouli, we decided that a patchouli oil infusion was in order.  This would then allow all of the medicinal anti fungal benefits of patchouli to be transferred through infusion into an oil.  Now, this oil, as opposed to the herb, was something that we could easily work with for a hair conditioner recipe.  Sometimes, as awesome as an herb is, the form that it is widely available in does not always suite it in the means of bath and body products.  For these types of situations; where an herb is needed, but not physcially desired in its form, the solution is an herbal oil infusion.

There are various ways to make an herbal infusion.  To see these different ways, please click here.

Please Note:  For this Hippie Hair Conditioner Recipe, you will need to make your patchouli oil infusion 4 weeks prior to making the hair conditioner.  Allowing the patchouli to steep for 4 weeks will permit the strongest oil infusion possible.  With oil infusions, the longer the herb is allowed to steep, the stronger the oil infusion will become.

To view all of the steps to make your very own homemade patchouli oil infusion, please click here.

Now, once you have your patchouli infused oil, you are now ready to make your very own Hippie Hair Conditioner.

Here are the ingredients you will need:
20 grams of your Patchouli Infused Oil
25 grams of  VEGETABLE GLYCERIN
25 grams of BTMS 25 Emulsifier
5 grams of OPTIPHEN – Preservative
5 grams of VITAMIN E OIL (Tocopherol T-50) Natural

For this recipe, temperature will be very important.  This is especially true for the step that includes adding the optiphen.  To best monitor this, we suggest using a THERMOMETER.

For an amazing natural scent, we will be using both Patchouli Essential Oil, and Lavandin Grosso Pure Essential Oil.  You will need 5 grams of Patchouli Essential Oil and 10 grams of Lavandin Grosso Pure Essential Oil for this recipe.

For packaging once the hippie hair conditioner is made, we suggest:  8 oz. Clear Boston Round Bottles with Black Lotion Pumps 24/410 for easy use of your product.  This recipe will make a total of (2) 8oz. bottles of hippie hair conditioner.

Other equipment that you will need for this recipe:
425 grams of Distilled Water
Scale- to weigh out your ingredients
Stove- for heating purposes
(2) Small Pots
Large Pot- for double boiler method
Large Mixing Bowl
Stick Blender- highly recommended for best emulsion.
Spatula

And now, the steps:

As when making any formulation for bath and body products, it is very important to have a clean and sanitized work area.  You also want to have all of your equipment out and ready for when you need it.

The first step in making this recipe is the water phase.  Get your distilled water and weigh it out.  Once you have the correct amount, transfer the water into one of your small pots.  Place the pot onto one of your stove top burners and begin to heat.  You want your water to reach 180 degrees Fahrenheit.  Use your thermometer to monitor this.  Once you reach this temperature, you will want to continue to heat your water for an additional 20 minutes.  This ensures that your distilled water is bacteria free.  When the 20 minutes has expired, turn off the burner, and carefully remove the pot from the heat source.  Set aside.

The next step is what is considered the oil phase.  For this phase, we will be using the double boiler method to heat our ingredients.  Now, get your large pot and place at least 3-4 inches of tap water into it.  Set this pot onto one of your stove top burners.  Turn the heat temperature on a lower setting.  While the tap water is heating up, it is time to weigh out your ingredients.  In the other small pot, weigh out the BTMS, vegetable glycerin, vitamin E oil, and finally the patchouli oil infusion.  Once all of these ingredients are in the small pot, carefully place the small pot into the larger one.  Once all of the ingredients are in a liquid state, once again get your thermometer.  You want the temperature of the ingredients to reach 140 degrees Fahrenheit.  Once you have reached this degree, check the distilled water temperature.  You want your distilled water temperature to be around 140 degrees as well.  The two temperatures must be close to one another for the next step to occur.

The next step in this recipe is the Mixing Phase.  Once the degrees of both the ingredients and the water are close to one another, it is safe to mix.  Please note:  You will want to move quickly for this phase.  In your large mixing bowl, place both the ingredients and the water together.  Get your stick blender and start to mix it.  You will want to periodically use your spatula to clean the sides of the bowl.  Continue to stick blend until you notice your mixture is starting to turn white.  This means that the conditioner is starting to emulsify.  It is now time to check the temperature again.

For the final step or cool down phase you are looking for the magical degree of 120F.  This is the safest temperature to add the optiphen.  Once you hit this degree, weigh out and add your optiphen preservative.  Next, add your essential oils.  Mix well with your stick blender, and do not forget to scrap the sides of your bowl with the spatula.  Once the conditioner has been thoroughly blended, allow it to cool at room temperature.

Once the hhippy hair conditionerair conditioner has cooled, it is safe to bottle and lid.

Your Hippie Hair Conditioner is now ready to use.  Enjoy!

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the recipes provided on our website. Testing is your responsibility. If you plan to resell any recipes we provide, it is your responsibility to adhere to all FDA regulations. If there are ingredients listed in a recipe that Natures Garden does not sell, we cannot offer any advice on where to purchase those ingredients.