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Jul
06

Lip Balm Supplies


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Lip Balm Supplies

If you are looking to create some homemade lip balm, then you will want to check out the lip balm supplies that are available at Natures Garden. Whether you want to use a lip balm base or create homemade lip balm from scratch, we have everything that you will need to make some fantastic lip care products. Further, there are all kinds of different ways to flavor, sweeten, and color your various lip balm recipes. So, you can use these cosmetic supplies to create fantastic lip balm recipes that both look and feel amazing.

Lip Balm Supplies: Lip Balm From ScratchLip Balm Supplies: Lip Balm From Scratch

One way that you can create your own lip balm is from scratch. This means starting with the simplest ingredients to completely form the lip balm that you want. While you will have to either find a previously formulated recipe or create your own lip balm recipe, it is worth the effort to make a lip care recipe that is exactly what you need. You can either use one of our step-by-step recipes or you can create one of your very own. Further, you could even start with one of our recipes and change out some of the oils for ones that your prefer. Then, you will need to use a double boiler to melt your various oils and butters. After, all your cosmetic oils and butters are melted you can add in your choice of lip balm flavors and lip tint before you pour the mix into the lip balm tubes. So, you are able to create a recipe that is exactly what you need from the texture and hydration level to the color and flavor.

Lip Balm Supplies: Butters and Carrier Oils

If you are making your lip balm from scratch, then you will need to incorporate some Natural Butters and Natural Fixed Oils into your recipe. These cosmetic ingredients are essential for hydrating and rejuvenating your lips. Plus, you can add more to create a highly moisturizing lip balm or less to create a daily lip balm. One recipe that we have created from scratch is the Kahlua and Cream Lip Balm Recipe, which uses skin nourishing butters and oils that will protect your lips. The Coconut Oil is an oil that is smooth and sinks into the skin. Also, the Shea Butter and Cocoa Butter are butters can will help protect your lips for even longer.

Lip Balm Supplies: Hard Cosmetic Wax

Not only do you want cosmetic ingredients that will rejuvenate your lips, but you will need an ingredient that will help hold your lip balm ingredients together. If you don’t add a cosmetic wax to your recipe, it will likely be too soft. So, you will absolutely need a cosmetic wax if you are going to use a lip balm tube. The Beeswax White Pastilles is used most commonly and is useful for adding some integrity to your lip balm. This is the cosmetic wax that is added to our lip balm base recipe. Another option that you can choose is Candelilla Wax, which is a perfect wax for anyone avoiding animal products. So, this was the perfect cosmetic wax to add to our Vegan Lip Butter Recipe or to use when formulating your own vegan lip balm.

Lip Balm Supplies: Lip Balm BaseLip Balm Supplies: Lip Balm Base

One convenient cosmetic ingredient that you can use with your homemade lip balm supplies is the wholesale lip balm base. Although you are still able to customize your lip balm, you can start with an easy to use lip balm base to make the process easier. So, you can simply melt the base in the microwave using short intervals. Then, you can add your colorants and lip balm flavorings. Using this amazing lip balm base, you don’t have to create a recipe from scratch, but you can still customize your product. So, you can easily create some fantastic homemade lip care that looks and tastes exactly how you want.

Lip Balm Supplies: Lip TintsLip Balm Supplies: Lip Tints

Also, you may want to add a lip tint to your lip balm creation. First, you can add one of our lip tints. We used these lip balm colorants to create our Chocolate Covered Strawberries Lip Balm Recipe as well as our Lipstick from Scratch Recipe. So, you can use these colorants to create a fun design or to add a bit of color to your lips. Additionally, you can use some herbs to naturally color your lip balm recipes. We used some beet root powder to create our Natural Beet Root Lip Gloss Recipe. So, you can use some pigmented herbs and spices to create a natural color to your homemade recipes.

Lip Balm Supplies: Mica Dust PowderLip Balm Supplies: Mica Dust Powder

Additionally, you can use mica to enhance your lip balm recipes. This way you lips will have a little shimmer and shine! We included the Diamond Dust Mica in our Kiss of Death Lip Venom Recipe. Additionally, you can use the Gold Mica Pigment in some of your very own lip balm recipes. These are a perfect way to glam up your lip balm recipes without adding any lip tint. However, adding some sparkle and shine to your pigmented lip balm would be even prettier!

Lip Balm Supplies: Lip Balm FlavoringsLip Balm Supplies: Lip Balm Flavorings

Another great addition that you can make to your lip balm recipes is flavoring. First, you can try out one of our many lip balm flavorings. We used the scrumptious Blue Raspberry Slushie flavor in our Natural Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe. Additionally, you can use some essential oils to create delicious lip balm flavors. For example, we used lavender essential oil to create our White Chocolate Lavender Lip Balm Recipe. However, you will need to check the IFRA sheet to ensure that your essential oil choice is safe to be used in lip balms. Further, we wouldn’t recommend using photosensitive essential oils. Also, you can use natural lip balm flavors, like chocolate or honey. We tried out these sweeteners in our Honey Vanilla Lip Balm Recipe and in our Chocolate Avocado Lip Balm Recipe.

Lip Balm Supplies: Lip Balm Sweeteners

Not only would you want to flavor your lip balm, but you may want to add a sweetener as well. There are a few sweeteners that you can add to your recipe to enhance the flavor. Although these ingredients won’t necessarily flavor your lip balm, it is perfect for sweetening the flavor you added. Also, you can use these ingredients to sweeten a plain or natural batch of lip balm. Regardless of how you want to flavor your lip balm, a sweetener is a perfect way to enhance it. So, check out the sweet options available in Natures Garden’s lip balm supplies.

Lip Balm Supplies: Lip Balm SweetenerLip Balm Supplies: Stevia

One way that you can sweeten your lip balm flavorings is with some powdered Stevia. We used this lip balm supply to create the Monkey Farts Lip Balm Recipe, which sweetens the scrumptious, tropical flavor of our Monkey Farts Flavoring. In this recipe we crushed the powder a bit more and then added a small amount to our lip balm. This helps to reduce the gritty texture that can occur by adding too much. But, you can use more of the Stevia if you would like to add some exfoliating power to your recipe.

Lip Balm Supplies: SorbitolLip Balm Supplies: Sorbitol

Additionally, you can try adding Sorbitol to your lip balm recipes. While there are many people that use and enjoy this sweetener in their lip balm recipes, we at Natures Garden prefer to use Stevia or a natural sweetener like chocolate. There are many that know exactly how to use this cosmetic ingredient, but it can be tricky to mix with the oils and butters. This complication is due to this sweetener being polar, which doesn’t mix with the non polar oils and butters. So, you will need an emulsifier and an understanding of cosmetic checmistry.

Lip Balm Supplies: SugarLip Balm Supplies: Sugar

Also, you can use real sugar to sweeten your lip balm recipes. Just know that adding sugar will likely make your lip balm gritty. So, you will only want to add sugar if you want to create a lip scrub. We used some white granulated sugar to create our Natural Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe. If you want to create a slightly softer sugar scrub, then you should try using brown sugar. We used this softer sugar in our Creme Brulee Lip Scrub Recipe, which creates a nice lip exfoliator.

Lip Balm Supplies: Disposable PipetsLip Balm Supplies: Disposable Pipettes

Another lip balm supply that you are going to want to have for your recipes is a disposable pipette. With other bath and body recipes you can pour your recipe into the containers. However, many of the lip balm containers are too small for you to be accurate. So, you can use these pipettes to fill your packaging supplies. This prevents you from wasting the lip balm that would miss the containers. Plus, you have more control, which is important for clear lip balm pots. Otherwise, it would be impossible to make straight layers. So, these are a crucial supply for creating lip balm effectively.

Lip Balm Supplies: Lip Balm PackagingLip Balm Supplies: Lip Balm Packaging

After you have created your lip balm, you are going to need to be able to package it! We have all kinds of wholesale lip balm containers that you can use for your lip balm recipes. First, we have lip balm pots and tins. We have a few different kinds of sizes and shapes that you can choose from to create the perfect lip balm recipes. We have things like the 0.35 oz Lip Slider Tins, the 6ml and 10 ml lip balm jars, the tri cosmetic container, and so many more options!

Another choice that you have for your lip care recipes is lip balm tubes. You can try out the regular lip balm tubes or a small deodorant stick. While a deodorant stick may sound like it would be too big for lip balm, it is actually pretty small. In fact, this tube is about the same size as a regular lip balm tube. The only difference is that the travel size deodorant tube has a more oval shape. Further, we have roll on lip gloss tubes, which would be perfect to add to your lip gloss making supplies! Check out all the options you have available at Natures Garden on the Lip Balm Containers page of our website.

Lip Balm Supplies: Our Delicious Inspiration

We often are inspired by delicious foods to create some fantastic homemade recipes. One of these inspired recipes is our yummy Strawberry Cheesecake Lip Balm Recipe. Of course, we had to create a lip balm recipe after having some scrumptious homemade strawberry cheesecake. It is almost impossible to resist something that is this good!  If you want a piece of the real thing, then you should try out this Fresh Strawberry Cheesecake recipe from Your Home Based Mom. This recipes uses fresh, juicy strawberries with sweet glaze on a creamy cheesecake that is all sitting on a graham cracker crust.

Lip Balm Supplies: Ask Us Your QuestionsLip Balm Supplies: Ask Us Your Questions

Now that we have gone through all the lip balm supplies wholesale that you can use for your lip balm recipes, you can get started on your homemade lip balm! If you have any questions about the process, then feel free to ask us. We have a help line available when you call the store. Also, you can ask questions when you pop into the store. Further, you could find us online to answer your questions. We are available on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Further, you can share any of your homemade creations with us online. Hope to see some of your wonderful creations soon!

Jun
04

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm


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What Can I Use to Flavor Lip BalmWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm

A common question to come up when creating a lip balm recipe is “What can I use to flavor lip balm?” There are so many choices that sometimes it is hard to decide! You can go with scrumptious flavoring oils, essential oils, or certain foods. It all depends on what you are trying to make. Some people prefer to go the simple, natural route with specific food ingredients or essential oils. Other people like to go with the yummy and complex flavorings. No matter what your style is we have some options for you!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Flavor Oils

First, we have our flavoring oils! These are all of the flavorings that we had formulated specifically for lip balm. So, check out our flavor oils and find your favorite.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Black Cherry BOOM FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Black Cherry BOOM Flavoring

If you like the taste of freshly ripened black cherries, then this is the perfect flavoring for you. Our Black Cherry BOOM Flavoring oil has a bold cherry aroma that will have your mouth watering.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Blue Raspberry Slushie FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Blue Raspberry Slushie Flavoring

Next, we have the scrumptious Blue Raspberry Slushie Flavoring. This flavor oil has an aroma that is exactly like blue raspberry slushies you can get from the theatre!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Flavoring-BubblegumWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Bubble Gum Flavoring

Also, we have a flavor oil that is perfect for lovers of bubblegum. Our sweet Bubblegum Flavoring has a delicious aroma of bright, juicy bubblegum that is perfect for lip balm.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Buttercream Cupcake FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Buttercream Cupcake Flavoring

Another yummy flavor to try is the Buttercream Cupcake Flavoring. This one will transport you straight to the bakery with its inviting aroma of delicious buttercream and light fluffy vanilla cupcake.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Chocolate Bon Bons FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Chocolate Bon Bons Flavoring

The Chocolate Bon Bons Flavoring is perfect for dessert lovers. This flavor oil has a rich, creamy aroma of chocolate fudge bon bons. Yum! If you want to use this in a recipe, then take a look at our Brown Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Coconut FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Coconut Flavoring

Another great flavoring that you can use in lip balm is the Coconut Flavoring. This aroma is a perfect summer scent with its fresh coconut aroma, which was perfect for our Crazy for Coconuts Lip Balm Recipe.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Cotton Candy FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Cotton Candy Flavoring

Next, we have a scent that is delicious and reminiscent of when the fair would come into town. The Cotton Candy Flavoring is true and worked beautifully in our Cotton Candy Lip Balm Recipe.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Creme Brulee FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Creme Brulee Flavoring

Also, you can use the sweet scent of the Creme Brulee Flavoring, which makes a scrumptious addition to your lip balm recipes. This flavor is exactly like a rich and creamy creme brulee!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: French Vanilla FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: French Vanilla Flavoring

Plus, we have a wonderful flavor oil for anyone that enjoys vanilla. Our French Vanilla Flavoring has an aroma of a sweet, creamy French vanilla that has rich notes that are hard to pass up.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Frozen Margarita FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Frozen Margarita Flavoring

Another great idea for lip balm is a Margarita flavored lip balm! The delicious Frozen Margarita Flavoring tastes like a lime margarita that will have your mouth watering. Great for cute party favors if you are looking for simple bachelorette party ideas!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Green Apple Blast FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Green Apple Blast Flavoring

Our Green Apple Blast Flavoring is a scrumptious scent that is perfect for lovers of green apples. This flavoring has an aroma of tart green apples, but it has an extra blast of delicious goodness. Such a wonderful flavoring for lip balm!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Guava Flavoring OilWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Guava Flavoring Oil

If you prefer something more exotic, then the Guava Flavoring Oil may be for you! This tasty flavoring oil has the scent of a freshly ripened guava fruit.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Horchatta (Cinnamon Rolls) FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Horchatta (Cinnamon Rolls) Flavoring

This next flavor oil is perfect if you like cinnamon rolls. The Horchatta Flavoring was originally created to smell like rich, spicy Mexican rice pudding. But, it smells just like cinnamon rolls to us. So, you can use this flavor for a few different dessert themes.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Juicy Orange FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Juicy Orange Flavoring

Also, you may want to try the Juicy Orange Flavoring in your homemade lip balm.  This deliriously fresh orange aroma was used in our Super Easy Lip Gloss Recipe. Tastes just like fresh squeezed orange juice!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Juicy Watermelon Flavoring What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Juicy Watermelon Flavoring

Our Juicy Watermelon Flavoring is a great one to use in diy lip balm, especially if you like the sweet taste of a juicy watermelon. This flavor is just like biting into a piece of a freshly cut watermelon.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Kiss of Death FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Kiss of Death Flavoring

Plus, you can create lip balm using the Kiss of Death Flavoring. While this flavoring oil sounds complex and seduction, it’s actually sweet and delicious! It tastes almost just like Hawaiian Fruit Punch!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Mango FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Mango Flavoring

Another great fruit flavor that you can add to your lip balm recipes if the Mango Flavoring. This flavoring is sweet, tropical, and delicious just like a real mango.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Monkey Farts Fragrance OilWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Monkey Farts Fragrance Oil

Our Monkey Farts Flavoring is a blend of fruits and sweet notes that create a delicious combination. The flavor uses notes of fresh bananas, juicy grapefruit, kiwi, juicy bubblegum, and strawberries. Plus, this flavor has a sweet hint of vanilla.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Rootbeer FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Rootbeer Flavoring

A unique and tasty option that you have for your lip balm is the Rootbeer Flavoring. This scrumptious drink scent is perfect for anyone that loves this sweet, foamy beverage

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Strawberry Cheesecake FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Strawberry Cheesecake Flavoring

If you are looking for a scrumptious dessert flavor, then try Strawberry Cheesecake Flavoring in your homemade lip balm! This flavor oil has rich, creamy notes of cheesecake with sweet strawberry topping.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Strawberry Sorbet FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Strawberry Sorbet Flavoring

Another great flavoring that you can use in your lip balm is the Strawberry Sorbet Flavoring. This delicious flavoring was perfect for recipes like the Vegan Silky Lip Balm Recipe. Further, we have a complete kit for this recipe that comes with printed instructions, packaging supplies, and all of the ingredients that you will need!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Tropical Paradise FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Tropical Paradise Flavoring

Next, we have an exotic scent that is perfect for summer. Our Tropical Paradise Flavoring is a paradise of delicious tropical fruits, like coconut, pineapple, goji berries, dragon fruit, star fruit, papaya, mango, and kumquat.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Vanilla Bean FlavoringWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Vanilla Bean Flavoring

Lastly, we have the aroma of sweet vanilla beans that is perfect for lip balm. The Vanilla Bean Flavoring was perfectly balanced with the raw honey in our Honey Vanilla Lip Balm Recipe to create lip care that was tasty and moisturizing.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Essential Oils

While some essential oils are fine to put into lip balm, others are not. Just like how some plants in nature are poisonous to eat, some essential oils can’t be eaten. You can use the IFRA sheet to determine how much is safely allowed in lip balm, as it is category 1. But, we find that a good rule is that if it allows for less than 1% then you may not want to have it on your lips even if IFRA technically allows it. Also, you may personally have an allergy to the essential oil. So, you may want to do a test patch on a small area of skin to see whether you are sensitive.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Lavender Essential OilWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Lavender Essential Oil

First, we can use the Lavender Essential Oil. This lovely essential oil has a sweet, fruity aroma that is absolutely scrumptious. Plus, the IFRA sheet says that you can include up to 5% of this ingredient in your lip balm recipes. So, you can use this oil, like we did with out White Chocolate Lavender Lip Balm Recipe, to naturally flavor your lip balm recipe!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Peppermint Essential OilWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Peppermint Essential Oil

Another idea for flavoring is the cool and refreshing Peppermint Essential Oil. This delightful oil is perfect for adding some mint freshness to your lip care products. If you are interested in using this flavor oil, then you may want to know that IFRA states that a maximum of 5% can be used for your lip products.

If you want to find more essential oils that you can use, then check out the Essential Oils page on our website! You can find out which are body safe and their usage rate there!

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: How to Sweeten Your Lip Balm

While flavoring oils are amazing, sometimes you just want to add a bit of extra sweetness. Not only can these sweeteners be added to enhance your flavoring oil, but these sweeteners can be used to naturally flavor lip balm all on its own! It’s all up to your and what you want from your lip balm.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: SteviaWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Stevia

First, we have Stevia Powder, which is a natural sweetener extracted from the Stevia plant of the Asteraceae family. This sweetener is often used as a cane sugar substitute because it is thought to have no calories and taste even sweeter than sugar. This added sweetness is especially useful for lip balm because we can get a sweet flavor without adding enough to be considered a lip scrub. While scrubs can be useful, you don’t want every lip balm to be gritty. Stevia is used to sweeten the lip balm.  This sweetness also enhances the flavor of the lip balm.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: HoneyWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Honey

Also, you can use a natural sweetener like honey. Not only will adding this ingredient sweeten your lip balm, but it has benefits for your lips as well. Honey is known for helping lock in moisture and protect your skin and lips. Plus, it can be used to help brighten your lips or even make them look bigger and more plump.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Dark Chocolate WafersWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Dark Chocolate Wafers

Another perfect additive for lip balm is chocolate. What could be better than the rich taste of dark chocolate in your homemade lip balm recipes? Absolutely nothing! Chocolate is delicious and perfect for anyone that wants to naturally flavor lip balm. Adding some Dark Chocolate Wafers to your recipe will provide a fantastic taste and help keep your lips feeling soft.

What Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: History of Lip Balm

Lip balm is essential for keeping your lips moisturized and healthy, but it wasn’t always around. In fact, it was invented in the early 1880s by Dr. C.D. Fleet. But, this lip balm looked more like a wickless candle then what we see today. Further, flavored Chapstick wasn’t even an option until 1971! If you want to learn more about the history of lip balm or are curious about the history of Carmex, then check out The History of Chapstick – The History of Carmex by ThoughtCo.

Rainbow Zebra Print Soap RecipeWhat Can I Use to Flavor Lip Balm: Talk to Us at Natures Garden

We hope that you have a better idea of ingredients for you lip balm recipes. Whether you added these flavoring options to your recipes or created one of ours, we’re sure you will enjoy the finished product. If you have any questions or want to share your lip balm making experience, then feel free to reach out to us. An easy way to find us is on social media. We have a Facebook page. Also, we have a Twitter account and an Instagram account (@ngscents). Hope to hear from you soon!

May
31

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion


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My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion

There are so many wonderful fragrance oils available at Natures Garden that can be used in scented lotion. Some of these scented oils are uniquely original NG aromas and other fragrances were inspired by amazing scents that already exist, but they are all great for making different homemade recipes. My name is Bailey and I love creating my very own homemade lotions! Also, I really enjoy the designer duplicates that Natures Garden has recreated, because it allows me to use some of my favorite scents in any recipes that I want! While you may have different opinions about your favorite lotion scents, I wanted to share some of my favorite fragrance oils for lotion.

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: You Sexy Thing You Fragrance OilMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: You Sexy Thing You Fragrance Oil

One amazing scent for homemade lotion is the designer aroma of You Sexy Thing You Fragrance Oil. This gorgeous aroma is Natures Garden’s take on Victoria’s Secret’s Sexy Little Things perfume. The aroma of this fragrance oil is exotic and floral. This tempting aroma begins with a floral blend of orchid, jasmine, and freesia. Also, this scent has sensual musks and sandalwood that create a gorgeous scent. Such a gorgeous aroma! I love this scent in my scented lotions because it works as perfume, too. This lotion leaves my skin feeling soft and smelling absolutely captivating.

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Hawaiian Suntan Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use the fantastic scent of our Hawaiian Suntan Fragrance Oil for homemade lotion. This gorgeous summertime aroma is a scrumptious scent for both regular and suntan lotion.  This delightful dupe of Hawaiian Tropic’s suntan lotion has bright notes that will whisk you away to a sandy paradise. I love the aroma of this fruity scent with its notes of creamy coconut, passion fruit, guava, pineapple, banana, melon, and grapefruit. It’s perfect for creating deliciously scented lotion that is reminiscent of relaxing days at the beach.

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Coconut Cabana Fragrance OilMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Coconut Cabana Fragrance Oil

Next, we have the scent of the vibrant Coconut Cabana Fragrance Oil. This bright and happy fragrance oil is based off of the aroma of a scent from Bath and Body Works, Coco Cabana fragrance. This scent oil blends the true scent of cocoa butter and tropical fruits to get a paradise aroma that can’t be beat! Plus, the note of coco butter is amplified in a lotion recipe that uses Cocoa Butter Golden Natural to add to an amazing lotion scent! Plus, this fun, tropical aroma is perfect for summer time lotions due to the notes of coconut, fruits, vanilla, and so much more!

superfood scentMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Acai Berry Fragrance Oil

Also, the Acai Berry Fragrance Oil has a scent that I absolutely adore! Ever since I tried out the Acai Berry Smoothie Sugar Scrub Recipe I have been in love with this fragrance oil. The unique scent of the tropical acai berry blends perfectly with the sweet cherry, plum, violet petals, and the woodsy base. I have tried this scent in my own lotion recipes and find it to be irresistible every single time!

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Camu Camu Fragrance OilMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Camu Camu Fragrance Oil

Another yummy fruit scent for homemade lotion is the Camu Camu Fragrance Oil. This scent is a sweet and tangy blend inspired by the aroma of Scenty’s Camu Camu scent that is hard to forget! I love the delicious blend of tart berries, juicy fruits, and floral notes with green base notes blended with sweet vanilla. This is one of those tasty scents that is perfect for everyday lotions. I love this fruity aroma in my hand cream recipes because I can take the deliciously scented lotion where ever I go! 

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Autumn Woods Fragrance OilMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Autumn Woods Fragrance Oil

Next, we have my favorite scented oil for fall lotions. The Autumn Woods Fragrance Oil is a gorgeous duplication of Yankee’s Autumn Woods candle scent. While it was originally made for candles, it makes a fantastic lotion scent. The aroma is like a brisk walk through the park on a beautiful fall day with the scent of crisp fallen leaves, fresh pine, and sweet berries fallen from their branches. These scents create everything wonderful about this awe inspiring season. Of course, its one of my favorite scents for my autumn lotions.

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Fruity Rings Fragrance OilMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Fruity Rings Fragrance Oil

Another delectable scent for homemade hand lotions is the Fruity Rings Fragrance Oil. This scrumptious fragrance oil is based off of the delicious scent of Fruit Loops Cereal. This fun and colorful cereal has an aroma that makes my mouth water. The combination of the refreshing citrus top notes with middle notes of lemongrass, lily, and verbena all resting on a base of sweet vanilla sugar is too good to be true. The scent is so delicious and true to life that it is simply irresistible. Plus, the scent lasts for quite some time in my body lotion recipes so the fun lasts all day long!

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Sun Ripened Raspberry Fragrance Oil My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Sun Ripened Raspberry Fragrance Oil

Also, I love the sweet scent of the Sun Ripened Raspberry Fragrance Oil in my lotion recipes. This gorgeous aroma was created to be like the Bath and Body Work’s Sun Ripened Raspberry, which is a delicious aroma. This scent take the aroma of freshly ripened raspberries and blends them with notes of red delicious apples, squeezed orange, ylang ylang, soft rose, greenery, and tagete. These notes are all on a lovely base of vanilla beans that round out this sweet fruit aroma. This sweet scent is light and perfect for daily hand creams that smell uplifting without being overpowering.

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: NG Coconut Vanilla Type Fragrance OilMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: NG Coconut Vanilla Type Fragrance Oil

Another fun scented oil to use in lotions is the NG Coconut Vanilla Type Fragrance Oil. This sweet tropical aroma is a scent that would be perfect for summer. The scent was created to smell like Yankee’s Vanilla Coconut, which is sweet and delicious. To recreate this aroma we used top notes of coconut, cream and sugar that are followed by middle notes of rose and lily of the valley. Then, the scent culminates with base notes of cedarwood and vanilla. Such a lovely, light coconut fragrance oil that is perfect for lotions.

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Goldie Dreadlocks Fragrance OilMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Goldie Dreadlocks Fragrance Oil

Another great scent for homemade lotions is the Goldie Dreadlocks Fragrance Oil! This complex and unique masterpiece was based on LUSH’s Porridge and I am in love! This scent has top notes of fresh citrus and fruity floral notes. This rests on a bouquet of violet, geranium, and lavender. Finally, the scent is rounded with a base of patchouli and vanilla sugar. Initially, I tried this scent in homemade conditioner, but it has been a gorgeous scent for homemade lotions, too!

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Class & Sass Fragrance OilMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Class & Sass Fragrance Oil

Next, we have the timelessly feminine aroma of the Class & Sass Fragrance Oil. This scent is both classy and sassy at the same time and I absolutely love it! This aroma was inspired by the marvelous scent of Coco Channel’s Chanel No. 5 perfume. This aroma starts with notes of fresh floral ylang ylang, sweet rose petals, and French jasmine top notes. Then, the middle notes are of vetiver and sandalwood. Then, the aroma finishes with a woodsy bottom that ties the entire fragrance together. Such a gorgeous scent that can be used for any occasion, because there is never a time that you could smell too good!

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Cocktails by the Pool Fragrance OilMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Cocktails by the Pool Fragrance Oil

Also, I like to use the Cocktails by the Pool Fragrance Oil in many of my lotion recipes. This fresh, fruity scent is another fragrance that is perfect for summer! The aroma was inspired by the scent of Bath and Body Works’ gorgeous Sunset by the Pool aroma. This fragrance at NG has notes of sparkling fruits, gorgeous and soft florals, sandalwood, and vanilla. This scent is such a perfect blend for a tropical summer fragrance oil that I just had to include it in my lotion bar supplies for this year!

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Daisy Type Fragrance Oil My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Daisy Type Fragrance Oil

Another great scented oil for lotion making is the Daisy Type Fragrance Oil. This delightful floral aroma was created to match the scent of Marc Jacob’s Daisy perfume. Our rendition of this fragrance starts with tangy lemon and jasmine notes that are followed by middle notes of muguet lily, rose petals, African violet, and daylily. These layers are both sitting on a base of cedarwood, patchouli, and musk. This blend of gorgeous aromas creates a fragrance that is light and beautiful. This is perfect for creating a light scented lotion that leaves you smelling delightfully feminine.

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: NG Viva La Juicee Fragrance OilMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: NG Viva La Juicee Fragrance Oil

Next, we have the vibrant and fruity scent of NG Viva La Juicee Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil was inspired by the aroma of Juicy Couture’s Viva la Juicy fragrance. The scented oil has a tantalizing blend of juicy wild berry and mandarin that are wrapped in the floral notes of summer gardenia, pink jasmine and bright honeysuckle, which is enhanced by vanilla praline, soft woods and amber base notes. This fragrance oil is a bright, fruity scent that is perfect for fun lotion recipes that will care for your skin and make you smell fantastic!

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance OilMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil

Also, Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil is another fantastic scent for creating lotion recipes. In fact, the first time I used this scent was in the Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter Recipe and it was such a delightful scent! This aroma was based on the scent of Bath and Body Work’s Black Raspberry Vanilla and NG made such a wonderful dupe. The blend of blackberries, raspberries, white floral, musk and vanilla creates a scent that is simply irresistible. This is one of my go to scents for daily lotion recipes and I just love it all year round.

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: NG Early Sunrise Type Fragrance OilMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: NG Early Sunrise Type Fragrance Oil

Plus, you can use the bright citrus scent of the NG Early Sunrise Type Fragrance Oil. This delightful scent was based on Yankee’s Early Sunrise candle scent. This aroma has fresh notes of  lemon, grapefruit, clementine, green floral notes, and amber woods that blend together to create a very uplifting aroma. This fragrance oil is perfect for creating a bright citrus hand cream for on the go. I like to throw a container of sunrise scented cream in my purse. This is perfect for when my hands get a little dry or I could use a scent pick-me-up throughout the day.

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: How to Make Perfume Last

While you may think that wearing both lotion and perfume would just be too much, they can actually be used to compliment one another. I had assumed that using both would make the scent too strong, but I was so wrong in thinking that. In fact, combining perfume and lotion will make your scent last even longer than either would last alone! If you are curious on how to do this, then check out an amazing article by Style Caster called How to Layer Lotion and Perfume Without Overdoing It. Here you will learn a few tricks about smelling great and making your scent last longer!

My Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Look Us UpMy Favorite Fragrance Oils for Lotion: Look Us Up on Social Media

I hope that you have enjoyed some of my favorite lotion scents! I’d love to know your favorite fragrances and whether you agree or disagree on any of my favorite scents. If you’d like, you can share your thoughts on one of our social media accounts. We have a  Facebook page, Twitter account (@ngscents), and Instagram account (@ngscents). I can’t wait to hear from you! Also, you can reach out to us for any of your questions about lotion recipes, like how to add fragrance to lotion or what are the best oils for lotion bars. Good luck with your own scented lotion recipes and have fun crafting!