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Oct
05

Passionate Kisses Fragrance Oil


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Passionate Kisses Fragrance OilPassionate Kisses Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Passionate Kisses Fragrance Oil is an alluring scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a perfect and fun blend of yummy fruits, fresh roses, and sexy bottom notes that create a very loving fragrance oil. Our customers give this fragrance oil five stars across the board.  One reviewer has said, “this scent is a year round best seller for me!! Great for Valentines, or any time a year!! I did notice it seems to turn gel wax a slight tint of yellow but not much of a problem. Very strong hot and cold scent throw in candles. It’s a keeper for me in my scent line!”

What Does Passionate Kisses Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

A playful fragrance oil by Natures Garden which is alluring, energetic, and fun. This fragrance begins with top notes of raspberry, blackberry, and fresh strawberries. Followed by mid notes of coconut milk and freshly picked roses. Ending in bottom notes of Egyptian vanilla and amber musk.  A Best Seller!

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

Bath and body product creators can use this sweet and alluring fragrance oil in their various recipes. A maximum concentration of 5% for fragrance can be included in bath and body products. These products include bath gels, bath oils, lotions, perfumes, soaps, and other related creations.

Soap can be created well with this scent, whether it is melt and pour, hp soap or cold process soap recipes. In fact, soap being made from scratch can include this scent very well. Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have revealed to us that this fruity and fun fragrance oil in soap will have quite a bit of great characteristics. Moreover, a soap batch that uses this scent will have no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. Also, the final soap product for this scent will have a strong scent after cure and a light beige shade of discoloration. If you are thinking about adding colorants to your bath and body products and have yet to chose a shade, then we would like to suggest using red liquid soap dye in the amount that would be most preferable to you.

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

Customers who enjoy creating their own room scenting products may be pleased to know that this best selling fragrance oil can be included in their recipes. Both potpourri and incense can use the 50% maximum of this scent in their formulations. Also, homemade cleaning products can be scented with no more than 5% of this fragrance oil. Aroma beads that use this fun fragrance will have a nice and strong scent last in these products.

Further, different kinds of wax creations, including wax tarts and candles, can be made using this fruity fragrance oil. Are you making candles or wax melts? Then you can include up to 10% of this lovely scent. If you want to have your wax creations be a shade that is appropriate for this scent, then we would like to suggest using six drops of red liquid candle dye. Alternatively, a small amount of red color block can be shredded into your melted wax. Natures Garden bases the recommendation on a four pound batch. Just remember to never use crayons as a substitute for coloring your candles, as they have been known to clog the wicks of candles.

Passionate Kisses Fragrance Oil Heart Soap RecipeFinally, are you looking for a FUN way to use Passionate Kisses Fragrance Oil in your products? Whether you’re sharing a little love with someone or keeping it all for yourself, our Heart Soaps with Love Massage Recipe is the perfect choice!

Dec
19

Gel Wax


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Natures Garden Gel WaxThere are many different kinds of candle waxes available in the industry; gel wax stands out for some of its own very unique reasons.

What is Gel Wax

Consisting of 95% mineral oil and 5% polymer resin, gel wax is a rubbery and clear mixture.  The polymer resin is used to thicken the mineral oil to add the properties true to gel wax; long burn time and clear look.  This wax, unique in its form; is able to extend burn time by double (compared to paraffin).  That is one of the biggest selling points to gel wax.  Just as important is the special aesthetic aspect to gel wax; its transparency.

Candles crafters that work with gel wax are able to manipulate it by embedding, shaping, and pairing the wax to achieve specific looks.  Some of the more popular finished products of these techniques would be sand candles, fruit pie candles, or beverage candles.

Embeds are inserts that are positioned into the gel wax before it completely solidifies.  These non flammable items are then suspended in the hardened wax.  This gives gel wax candles a very rare look.  Some examples of embeds you can use in this wax would be: sea shells, glass or wax embeds, or glitter. Never use plastic embeds for gel wax candles.

Another notable advantage of working with gel wax is how forgiving it is.  Any corrections that you want to touch up in the finished candle can be done.  It is as simple as remelting, rescenting, recoloring, and repouring.

How to Melt Gel Wax

The process of melting gel is slightly different than your other waxes.  With this one, there is no specific temperature to heat in order to liquefy.  This wax, as it melts; only thins.  Stirring is key with gel wax.

It is also important to keep a watchful eye on gel wax as it thins.  Stirring frequently and monitoring will ensure the correct melting process.  Gel wax does not thin quicker by heating at a higher temperature; gel wax will only smoke.

Tips on Gel Candles

Never try to move a gel wax candle while it is burning or was just lit.  Liquid gel wax is extremely hot and will cause severe burns if splashed onto the skin.

The top layer of a gel wax candle is very sticky.  This is just the nature of gel wax.  You always want to keep your gel wax candle cover in between uses.   This will prevent the wax from collecting dust and debris on that sticky layer.

Gel wax is strictly a container wax.  Due to its makeup, the wax is not strong enough to be a pillar wax.  This should be noted especially for shipping and storage reasons.  If your candle is placed on its side or upside down, the wax will start to slide/pour out.

If you are interested in making a gel wax Beer Candle, click on this link; if you would like to try a gel wax Wine Candle, click on this link.  There are many other homemade recipes that can be found at Natures Garden’s Free Recipes and Classes area of their website.