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Gingerbread Fragrance Oil

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Gingerbread Fragrance OilGingerbread Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Gingerbread Fragrance Oil is a Natures Garden scent that has made it to our best seller list! It’s a wonderful holiday scent that has many of our customers hooked. This blend has been described as a strong scent of the perfect fresh cookie aroma. This nostalgic Christmas scent will having you longing for the holidays and breaking out the real christmas cookies. So get ready for a Christmas in July this summer.

 What Does Gingerbread Fragrance Oil?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a spiced cookie, with a freshly baked character with hints of vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger. Natures Garden also offers a body safe gingersnap cookies fragrance that is phthalate-free, and nitro-musk free.  A Best Seller!

How Do Our Customers Use Gingerbread Fragrance Oil?

Our customers can use this seasonal fragrance oil to create a variety of room scents. First, potpourri and incense can only use 9.2% of this fragrance oil at most. Although this amount may seem too low, this maximum is the highest concentration that remains safe and prevents becoming overpowering. Also, this fragrance oil will perform nice and strong in aroma beads. However, this fragrance oil is not compatible for use with gel wax.

Homemade candle crafters can create wonderful products with the Gingerbread Fragrance Oil. Any candles can use up to 9.2% of this fragrance oil in products that use either vegetable waxes of paraffin wax. The aroma will perform perfectly in joy wax and in wow wax. Additionally, the fragrance oil will perform nice and strong in soy wax. If you wish to color your candles, then we recommend using four drops red liquid candle dye along with four drops brown liquid candle dye. Alternatively, you could use a small amount of shredded red color block with shredded brown color block per four pounds of wax.  Remember that crayons will never act as a sufficient substitute for coloring your candles as they will clog your candle wick.

While this scent is perfect for candles and other various room scents, this fragrance oil is absolutely not body safe. Therefore, this scent is not to be used in soaps, bath and body products, lotions, perfumes, nor homemade cleaners.

Are you having a difficult time deciding what project to do with this fragrance oil? See if you’d like to try out one of our free recipes that include our Gingerbread Fragrance Oil! These Natures Garden recipes are tested and created by us, so we know for certain that they can work. Also, our recipes will display step by step instructions to get this project done perfectly. One of the recipes we have created would be the Gingerbread Aroma Beads Air Fresheners Recipe. This original and free craft recipe can create about six or seven cute little gingerbread men that smell like a fresh gingerbread cookie! Gingerbread Fragrance Oil Wax OrnamentsAnother one of our recipes that you could try out is the Gingerbread Men Wax Ornaments Recipe, which can create approximately twelve adorable gingerbread man ornaments that will smell good and hang out.


Hansel and Gretels House Fragrance Oil

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Hansel and Gretels House Fragrance Oil is a complex, oh so yummy scent that brings the deliciousness of the season right into your finished products.  Hansel and Gretels House is considered a MUST TRY by many of our customers for its amazing scent throw in candles and bath and body products.  Using this cozy and memorable aroma is a great way to bring the heartwarming feel of the holidays into your home or into your traditional Christmastime merchandise.

What does Hansel and Gretels House Smell Like?

We could have easily named this fragrance oil gingerbread house, but we at Natures Garden thought the complexity of this fragrance deserved a more complex name:  Hansel and Gretel’s House.  This fragrance is simply amazing;  beginning with top notes of orange, lemon, and bergamot; middle notes of ginger, nutmeg, honey, and clove; and well-balanced with base notes of vanilla bean and cocoa.  An NG Original Fragrance!

How Do Our Customers Use Hansel and Gretels House Fragrance Oil?

For any candle crafters and home scenters, Hansel and Gretels House Fragrance Oil is used in Joy, Pillar of Bliss, WOW and Soy waxes.  The scent has a wonderfully strong hot and cold throw, especially in soy and Joy waxes.  This fragrance oil is even used in oil burners and aroma beads.  This fragrance oil can also be used to make very aromatic tarts or wax crumbles as well.

For any bath and body crafters, this fragrance oil if full of holiday spirit.  The usage percent for this fragrance oil is .05% for Bath Oils, Soaps, and Bath Gels; and .01% for Lotions and Perfumes.  The Vanillin Content is 2.5% so this fragrance oil may discolor your products.  If you are concerned about discoloration, Vanilla White Color Stabilizer is advised by our customers to stabilize discoloration in finished products.  The most common products that customers use this fragrance oil to make are: hand lotions, whipped body butters, body scrubs, melt and pour soaps, and foaming hand soaps.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance oil preformed well.  Here are the official results:  Slight acceleration.  Discolors to a mild yellow.  Scent holds well. 

If you are interested in trying Hansel and Gretels House Fragrance Oil in a fun holiday project, Natures Garden has a wonderful Scented Christmas Card Recipe using this fragrance oil.  You can just click on the link, or find the recipe under the Free Recipes and Classes section of the website.