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How to Apply Perfume

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011

Obviously, since we are women, we always like to add a little extra element of sexiness to our day.  I can always rely on my perfume to accomplish this.   As I am sure you have already figured out, working at Natures Garden, I have all of the designer duplications at my fingertips daily, so you might say that I have a slight addiction to my perfumes and body sprays.

My mother taught me during my teen years, that it is very easy to over scent yourself.  She always said that “in the realm of perfume, a little squirt will last you all day.  You never want to overuse perfume!  Less is more.  You want to make your statement by leaving a linger.”  We all know someone who is notorious for wearing too much perfume.  Her scent is always so thick in the air that it seems to tattoo the ozone permanently.   I do not want to smoother others, so I learned the tricks of the trade.  Mother always knows best.

I know that when I leave my house in the morning I smell scentsational.  My fragrant appeal lasts all day too.  I am always delighted when people ask me what I am wearing.  It makes my day when I see their expressions as I tell them that I made the perfume myself using Natures Garden products.  In fact, I save my little sister Lana bookoo dollars by showing her how to make her own designer dupe perfume.

I think that my scent ambiance is due to two factors.  First, I have to give mad props to Natures Garden for having such superior quality fragrance oils and bases.  It is a heavenly combo.  Second, I know the secret to wearing perfume the right way, using your pressure points and pheromones to extend the life of your morning scent application.  It does really work, but I must admit that I also consistently carry a small container of solid perfume in my purse, just in case I feel the need to freshen up.  You never know when that will come in handy!

Here is the recipe I use to make my solid perfume – the perfect travel size-  Solid Perfume Recipe

For the fragrance, I vary mine according to how I am feeling that day.  I know that this can be overwhelming since there are so very many different fragrances to choose from.  My suggestion would be to start with a few of these:

http://www.naturesgardencandles.com/candlemaking-soap-supplies/category/326/Designer-Fragrance-Oils.html

Here you will find all of the designer duplications that Natures Garden currently carries… but always be on the lookout for newbies.

Now for the application process…

Have you ever noticed that many high end perfume retailers sell their perfume in kits?  This is due to the fact that perfume is longer lasting, and more noticeable if you wear it in layers.  Most kits contain a shower gel, lotion, and perfume.  Some kits may even include an after shower powder.  I always thought that this was some tactic to get women to purchase more.  Although the latter may be true, it is really because high end perfumists know that layering the scent extends its scenting capabilities.  It is like having our very own fragrance super heroine, Ivonna Scentwell, with her fragrant sidekicks Smelly Too Good Gelly and Capt. Set in Motion Lotion.  They’re ready to set the world straight on self scenting.

Here are the laws to live by:

It is always best to apply your perfume to clean skin and before you get dressed.

Apply perfume to some of your pressure point areas:  your wrists, behind your earlobes on your neck, your neckline, the inside of your elbows, behind your knees, and your inner thighs.  This is where the blood flow is closest to the skin.  It also allows for your perfume to naturally diffuse since our skin is warmer in these locations.  A key tip here is to always hit at least one of your lower body pressure points.  You want your perfume to rise up on your body.

If you are using a spray and would rather have an all over disbursement, simply hold the bottle out in front of you (sprayer pointed away) and spritz it 3-4 times.  This creates a mist cloud.  Then, take a step into it.

That is it… once you are ready to apply your perfume, pause and remember “to maximize the scent effect, I must moderate, layer and connect.”

Fragrance & Fun for Everyone
Inspire, Create, and Dominate!
Sparkles!!! Nicole
(Corporate Manager of
Natures Garden Candle Supplies)
www.naturesgardencandles.com

The Psychology of Color in Fragrance

Friday, October 21st, 2011

The sense of sight is a very powerful tool.  But, did you know that you can help influence your customers in purchasing certain items just based on the items color?  Color does in fact play a huge role in marketing.  This is all based on how your client perceives the color, and what statement your client is looking to make when it comes to purchasing your product.

Color is more than a physical attribute to an object.  Our mental psyche not only perceives colors, but also directly correlates them to our emotions.  Color can be used, and is used in everyday life to excite, persuade, and even encourage.  In fact, anytime color is used in advertizing, the percentage of making the item memorable is 100%, as compared to a black and white ad.  On the flip side, color can also be associated with negative messages or feelings.  This is why color deserves a serious
examination when trying to brand a company through a logo or product.

In the marketing aspect of things, aesthetics is always a factor that needs to be considered.  How something looks may determine whether or not the sale will be made.  In general, the population’s first instinct on buying items they may not consider as necessities is based on its look.  Color is actually the first thing that a buyer mentally registers.  The use of color therefore must be the first and foremost frontrunner to decipher when trying to promote an item for sale.  The second consideration should be which target audience you are trying to sell to.
Here are a few examples:

Darker colors appeal to the male gender.

Pastels and Neutral Colors appeal to the upper scale clientele.

Primary colors appeal to children the best.

There is a ton of research available on this topic.  So, here is a brief explanation on the 10 most basic colors.

The effect of the color Black:

Positives:  Black is directly associated with intelligence.  It is a very strong and domineering color showing both power and authority.  Black also have the visual effect of making things appear smaller or thinner.

Negatives:  Black has been mainstreamed as a color denoting ill will or immorality.  The color black is also accepted as the signifier of loss or grieving.  When used to an extreme, black can quickly overwhelm.

The effect of the color Blue:

Positives:  This color is by far selected as one of the most loved and favorites.  Certain shades of blue even promote the production of calming chemicals in our bodies.  It is an excellent choice selection for bedrooms and bedroom decor due to the fact that blue evokes rest and serenity.  When darker blues are used, there is an unspoken feel of comfort.  Blue denotes
loyalty and wisdom.  Blue will keep us focused and dedicated to the task at hand.  There have even been studies proving that productivity is always increased when blue is the dominant hue of the surroundings.

Negatives:  Blue can have a chilling effect on our emotions.  Blue can be perceived as indifferent and detached.

The effect of the color Brown:

Positives:  This is the color of friendship.  Brown shows reliability and durability.  This is considered one of the best colors to
use when trying to denote an item as being natural or organic.  Brown denotes a sense of strength.  The color brown is a standard in many homes and decors because of the feeling of security it provides.

Negatives:  Over using the color brown can create sad feelings.  This is because brown also signifies isolation and loneliness.

The effect of the color Gray: 

Positives:  The color gray signifies timelessness.  Gray is also considered a standard for showing practicality.  There is an
association that people put with the color gray of stones or rocks; which then leads to gray signifying that it is solid.  Anytime you want to add this notion to any of your items, a touch a gray color will exemplify this without saying a word.

Negatives:  Due to the nature of the color, it is often seen as a color that reflects being on the fence or undecided.  Items that contain an abundance of gray leaves people feeling unsure about it.  Gray can also be mentally tied to elderliness and depression.

The effect of the color Green:

Positives:  Green is really one of the most pleasing colors to all of the senses, we perceive this color as nurturing.  This is due to the notion that many people inherently relate the color green to nature; being of the earth.  Of all of the colors, green is said to be the most healing.  Various shades of green are also directly mentally correlated to money and production.  From the lighter spectrum of green, there is a calming effect.  The standard green is associated to luck.  The color green is also associated with fruitfulness.

Negatives:  Green can be viewed as a symbol of naïveness  and inexperience.  Green also is used to denote envy.

The effect of the color Orange:

Positives:  If you are looking for a color to show excitement or playfulness, orange will create this.   Orange is boisterous, loud, and full of energy.  Orange also relates the notion of aspiration. There is a feeling of warmth and happiness when this color is used.  This hue can also be used to signify a product is organic.

Negatives:  Avoid using the color orange in environments where people need to stay on task and focused.  Having bright orange products or items in a room like this will prevent productive activity since the color orange is seen as a show stealer.

The effect of the color Purple:

Positives:  This color is quickly picking up the favorite color vote with young girls.  Royalty and wisdom are the first thoughts that are associated with the color purple.  Due to that notion, the next onslaught of adjectives that describe this color are rich, cultured, and prosperous.  Purple is a great color choice when trying to stimulate brain activity for problem solving.
If you would like to add a mysterious element to an object, trace amounts of purple will allow for this.  Using this color makes the statement of being special and unique.  This color screams “notice me”.

Negatives:  Over use of the color purple can be seen as denoting superficialness.

The effect of the color Red:

Positives:  Red is the first color that the human eye sees.  It is a confident color that denotes power.   This primary color symbolizes energy.  Bursts of red denote enthusiasm.  If you are looking to drawl attention to a product, red is the ticket.  Red is the symbol color for life and love.  Wearing elements of red, or having red items around you can boost your self esteem.

Negatives:  Red is one color that you do not want to over use.  Too much red can cause confusion for the mind, because everything is fighting to be the focus.  Medically speaking, when a person is in an environment that is predominately red in color, their heart beats per minute increase, and they can also have issues trying to catch their breath.  Also, too much red can be intimidating.

The effect of the color White:

Positives:  White is the color that best describes purity.  This absent of colors hue also denotes creativity and imagination.  If you are looking to add a feel of cleanliness and safety to a product, white is your best bet.  White is also viewed as a fresh outlooks, new beginnings, and limitless opportunities.

Negatives:  Too much white can give off a feeling of emptiness.  There is also an unfriendly coldness about white that some people find unwelcoming in products.

The effect of the color Yellow:

Positives:  Almost everything optimistic and uplifting is associated to the color yellow.  Fun, happiness, cheerfulness, sunshine, and warmth are just a few words to describe its effect on humans.  All things happy somehow relate to this color because when we see yellow, our brains actually release an increased level of serotonin.  This is the feel good color that also opens up and increases our creativity.  The color yellow also has the potential to speed up of metabolism levels.  Shades of golden yellow are perceived as an unspoken promise to greater, prosperous things.

Negatives:  When yellow is used in abundance, it has the capability to enrage tempers.  Certain shades of yellow can be related to cowardice or fear.

All of Natures Garden’s fragrance oils have a color suggestion given.  In order to help everyone find that perfect fragrance oil and color, here is the link to the Fragrance By Color promo.  All of the fragrances are broken into color categories.  So, if you are looking to fill a certain color quota for your product line, check out the fragrance oils Natures Garden has to offer.  It is time to get creative…

Fragrance by Color

 

Fragrance & Fun for Everyone
Inspire, Create, and Dominate!
Sparkles!!! Nicole
(Corporate Manager of
Natures Garden Candle Supplies)

www.naturesgardencandles.com

How to Make Tea Light Luminaries

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011

 

Tea Light Luminaries

These luminaries are both decorative and simple to make. By scenting only the tea light, you can change the scent frequently.  As always, when making and burning candles use caution and common sense. 

 

 

 

 

Ingredients  Needed:

- Pillar of Bliss Wax

- Joy Wax

- Spectrum Liquid Red Candle Dye

- Balloons

- Plastic Tea Light Cups

- Zinc Core 1 3/4 Inch 44-20-18z

- Natures Garden Pineapple Orchid Fragrance Oil

Equipment  Needed:

- Pouring Pot

- Thermometer

- Metal Spoons

Directions:

Step 1:  You will need to prepare your 5-10 water balloons, depending on how many luminaries you would like to make.

Step 2:  Using the double boiler method, melt approximately two pounds of Pillar of Bliss Wax.  Melt the wax to 195 degrees, and add the red candle dye.  Drop melted wax temperature to 180 degrees.

Step 3: Now you are ready to begin coating the balloon with the wax.  You need to dip the balloon several times.  Then, place the balloon on a flat surface.  You will want to do this while the wax is still warm.  This will create a level bottom.  You will need to repeat this process until you get your desired thickness.  Allow the luminaries to harden.

Step 4: While you are waiting, prepare your tea lights. Melt joy wax (using a double-boiler method) to 200F. Add coloring to your specifications. Drop the temperature to 175-170F. Add 1 ounce of fragrance oil per pound of joy wax.  Pour into Plastic Tea Light Cups.

Step 5:  Once your luminaries have hardened, you will need to pop the balloon.  Be sure to remove any pieces that may still be inside.

Step 6:  You may need to even out the tops.  You can use a heat gun for this.  Keep the heat gum about six inches away.  Slowly work your way around the rough edges.   If you direct the heat in the same spot for too long the wax will begin to drip.

Step 7:  Now place tea lights inside your luminaries and enjoy!  Use caution when burning the tea lights.  Luminaries should be placed on a flame retardant plate or surface before burning tea lights.  Always keep an eye on burning candles.

 

 

Melissa (Natures Garden Customer Service rep)
www.naturesgardencandles.com

Make Your Own Body Spray

Sunday, September 18th, 2011

dare to be sexy

Out With the Store Bought Perfume, and In With the New; an Economical Way to Scent Yourself Designer   OR   A New View on Perfume

We as ladies are stuck in quite a delightful predicament.  There are aspects of being a woman that are really fun and enticing.  We look amazing in anything or nothing for that matter.  We get to doll ourselves up with makeup and accessories, and best of all; we get to scent ourselves gorgeous!  But, this all becomes quite costly, and the price tag for these items is pretty steep.

Perfume has been deemed as one of the necessities that a woman uses every day.  I know personally, even if I don’t have time to put on any makeup, I still have time to apply
perfume.  In fact, I keep a solid perfume in my purse for scenting emergencies, a spray perfume in my car because you never know, and a plethora of perfumes in my medicine cabinet and linen closet because this is where my collection live.

A girl can never have enough.  Why do we do it?  We like to change our signature scents.  This can all vary due to our mood, the season, an even the ensemble we are wearing that day.

So, needless to say, perfumes are one of the hardest items to hit the pocketbook.  From high end retail stores to local shops, some perfumes can reach upwards of a hundred dollar bill ya’ll.  So, let us get economical and explore the inexpensive trade of making homemade perfume.

Here is a massively long list of items that you need before we get started: Base, Body Safe Fragrance Oil, and Container.
That’s it!

To replicate your own designer perfume the first step is to figure out which kind of perfume you would like to make.  Your options today are between a solid perfume and a misting perfume.  They are both super duper easy, so the choice is up to you.

Once you have this figured out, the next step is a doozy.   You have so many wonderful dupes to select from, it may be a battle.  Once you are ready, take a deep breath, and
click on the link below.  This is going to take you to the designer duplication chart where we have all of the designer dupes listed and their retail counter parts name.  I love this chart… it is super nifty!

http://www.naturesgardencandles.com/mas_assets/pdf/dupes.pdf

Okay, so let us recap.  At this point we have our base selected, our scent, and respectively depending on which kind of perfume you selected, you will already know which
container you need.  Now, it is time to get creative!

perfume

For a perfume spray: 

Odor Eliminator Base

Body Safe Fragrance Oil

Bottles 4 oz.

Fine mist sprayer

 

Shake the Odor Eliminator.  Pour
1 cup of this into a glass pouring container.
Add 1/4 ounce of body safe fragrance oil.  Stir.
Slowly pour the mixture into your bottle.  Add a spray cap.  Voila!
Attention:  Our odor eliminator base is cloudy in appearance; not clear.

 

For a solid perfume: 

Lip Balm Base

Body Safe Fragrance Oil

Containers

Mica (optional)

 

Melt the lip balm.  Add a few
drops of body safe fragrance oil.
Stir.  Slowly pour the mixture into your container.  Optional- Sprinkle
Mica on top.  Allow to cool at room
temperature.  Cap.  Beautiful!

Nicole (Corporate Manager Natures Garden)
www.naturesgardencandles.com

 

Autumn Fragrance Oils

Monday, September 12th, 2011

autumn

Autumn Magic is in the air, but with Jack Frost inching in slowly we all start to spend more time in our homes, finding excuses to stay where it is nice and cozy. With more time indoors and windows staying shut to keep out the chilly air, this means that we are more conscious of how our home smells.

There are many routes to choose from when scenting your home. Candles, tart warmers, reed diffusers, aroma beads, room sprays, the selection is vast. And, with this fail proof list, regardless of which route you take to deliver the fragrance, your home will have a delightfully welcoming scent about it. Nothing is more rejuvenating than going about your day with an added bounce in your step because you know, and anyone else who enters your home knows it smells YUMMY!

With the changing of seasons many popular scents for fall stem from 4 basic key notes: Apples, Woods, Pumpkins, and Vanillas. So, in celebration of awesome autumn, here is a small list of Hot Fall Fragrances to encourage the beauty of outdoors indoors:

Apple Fragrances- Apple Cinnamon, Apple Jack Peel, Apples and Oak, Autumn Magic, Autumn Wreath Type, Country Bumpkin, Hillbilly Homebrew, Mulled Cider
Woods: Cedar Wood, Cracklin Birch, Crackling Firewood, Frosted Pinecones, Hayride, Saffron & Cedar, Teakwood & Cardamom, Twilight in the Woods
Pumpkins: Frosted Pumpkin, Pleasingly Pumpkin, Pumpkin Apple Butter, Pumpkin Cheesecake, Pumpkin Crunch Cake, Pumpkin Eggnog, Pumpkin Pie Spice

Vanillas: Black Raspberry & Vanilla, Candy Corn, French Vanilla Oak, Honey Vanilla Love Dust, Vaniglia del Madagascar, Vanilla Bean, Vanilla Sandalwood Type, Vanilla Silk

TIP*** If you are scenting several rooms in your home, be cautious not to have fragrance overload. Try not to mix fragrances that are too different when scenting from room to room.

Now, Fall into some great home scents!

Fragrance & Fun for Everyone
Inspire, Create, and Dominate!
Sparkles!!! Nicole
(Corporate Manager of
Natures Garden Candle Supplies)
www.naturesgardencandles.com

Halloween Craft Supplies

Saturday, September 10th, 2011

halloween fragrance

Halloween is right around the corner!

What creative Halloween crafts are you making this year?  To help you weed through all of Natures Garden’s craft supplies to find just the right Halloween craft supplies, we put together a spooktacular, fun Halloween guide.  Take a look!

Natures Garden Halloween 2011 Craft Supplies

Have a ghostly fun Halloween this year!!

 

 

 


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How to be more Frugal

Saturday, September 10th, 2011

The Smell of Money…I Love Being Frugal

Growing up in a family of eight was definitely quite an experience.    This nature of necessity was instilled in all of us from a very early age.  We survived on my father’s paycheck, and my mother stayed home to raise all six of us.  We had all of the love and rearing we needed without being clouded by keeping up with the Joneses.  Did I love my situation as a child, no!  However, as an adult I cherish the frugal foundation that my parents provided us all because now, I can hang with the Joneses without their debt!  Frugal is fun! In my opinion, it is the best of both worlds.  You can still get what you want, just without the cost.  It is all about dedication, planning, coupon clipping, and patience.

I am not ashamed to shout it from the roof tops and I have even been caught singing and dancing in the check out aisle as my bill total is slashed due to my frugal shopping and couponing.  Recently, I even got a $1.79 bag of Natural cat treats for 11 cents- I am smiling right now thinking about it.

I truly felt like I had found my soul mate when I heard J’aime on Extreme Couponing exclaim, “My eleventh commandment is Thou shall not pay retail!”   Now, it is mine too.  It is a happy addiction, and I have self diagnosed my own condition as a Sav-a-holic.

Do I believe that you have to be engrained with this frugal notion from an early age, no.  Changing over to a frugal shopper is easy.  Here are some of my tips:

  1. Always purchase the Sunday paper- Yes, it may
    cost around $2.00, but the coupon value alone in any given Sunday well
    surpasses the cost out of pocket.  Plus,
    you will have many of the local stores weekly ads.  ***Hint- Some stores even run specials on the
    couponed items for extra savings.
  2. Keep a running list of all of the items you need
    to purchase, and check that against your coupons.  My advice is to break it down according to
    stores.  Many grocery stores even have a
    double coupon day (usually Mondays or Tuesdays) where they will double your
    coupon up to 99 cents.  Hello, that can
    save up to $1.98 per item!
  3. Never be afraid to cherry pick.  Stores are known for going extremely low on
    certain items to lure shoppers in.  Take
    the bait, but leave the store when you have the items on your list.
  4. Always check the clearance or reduced for quick
    sale aisle.  I find many gems here,
    especially produce and meats.
  5. Internet is amazing.  Many times I will Google a store or specific
    brand to see if there are any coupons I can use.  This is also an extra way to save when you
    might be eating out at a restaurant.

So, how hard is it to save money?   Cutting just the tiniest amount or shaving a minute amount off your bills can quickly add up to a very nice chunk of change.  Frugal is NOT cheap.  Frugal is smart!  Allow for your purchases to be multi-functional.  If there is a great sale, don’t hesitate to get a few of the items for the holidays or birthdays.  Some deals are just too great
to pass up.

Wondering why I am blogging about this…

Well, we all know that Natures Garden always provides the best quality, wholesale-priced products on the market, especially fragrances.   A little birdie just told me that there are some fabulous products on CLEARANCE right now.  Grab them while you can.  The green bottles will definitely be festive in your holiday baskets this year, and the fragrances are too hot not to get your hands on.  These prices cannot be beat.  My advice:  Be Frugal and Love it!

http://www.naturesgardencandles.com/candlemaking-soap-supplies/category/weekly/Weekly-Sale.html

Fragrance & Fun for Everyone

Inspire, Create, and Dominate!

Sparkles!!!  Nicole

(Corporate Manager of

Natures Garden Candle Supplies)

www.naturesgardencandles.com

Enjoying Crafts as a New Hobby

Sunday, September 4th, 2011

aromatherapy energy

Crafts as a Hobby

This morning I made a promise to myself.  I guess you can say it is a September Resolution.  I know… I know… resolutions are typically made in January to bring in the New Year, but I can’t put this off for four more months, so I guess I am bringing in a New September.

My resolution-to ensure that I spend time every day for me working on things that I am passionate about because with passion comes happiness.

Right now, since we are heading into the cooler and colder temperatures my outside activities are quickly dwindling down and turning into indoor crafts.  Plus, with the holidays approaching, it is never too early to start creating my handmade gifts for loved ones.

Just like the age old saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”, “Crafting each day keeps mom happy Yay!”  I suggest you give it a try.  I have a feeling that you are totally going to love it!  It is even quite possible that you will become a craddict- this is a person who eats, breaths, and sleeps their craft of choice.  And, yes I made that word up, but that is because I go through my craddict phrases all the time.   There is nothing like making something from scratch, working each step meticulously, resulting in perfection.  It is a lovely bliss.

Creating stunning products from raw materials is very invigorating.  When combined with the passion, all of the hard work is actually really rewarding.  Plus, if you haven’t noticed yet, I love doing it so it is time well spent.

Crafting allows for you spend the amount of time you want to on it.  There are some beautiful products that take seconds to create like smelly jellies, and on the other end of the spectrum, some more time consuming projects like the famous triple layered candle (these are totally worth the work!)  Even if you only allotted yourself 20 minutes today for your me time, that is more than enough to totally whip out a few batches of Vanilla Lavender melt and pour soap embeds.  Then, you get to treat yourself to a super relaxing bath as a bonus.

Get excited for me time… if you are looking to start creating some new crafts, or maybe you just don’t know where to start at all,
check out the free recipes from Natures Garden.  All of the recipes have easy to follow step by step instructions, and they include a
picture of the finished product.

Or, if you are totally a newbie… then welcome… my suggestion is to purchase one of Natures Garden’s kits and find your crafting passion.

There is such an array of different projects that you can do, not finding one is impossible.  There is something out there for everyone, every age, every culture.

The possibilities are limitless…

free recipes

Fragrance & Fun for Everyone

Inspire, Create, and Dominate!

Sparkles!!!  Nicole

(Corporate Manager of

Natures Garden Candle Supplies)

www.naturesgardencandles.com

Mother’s Day Fragrance Oils

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011
Mothers Day Fragrances

Mothers Day Fragrances

 

Mother’s Day Fragrance Oils

Mother’s Day is not until May, but at Natures Garden Wholesale Candle Making Supplies, we are ready for that special day!  We have created an entire Mother’s Day Fragrance Promo that highlights fragrance oils that nicely compliment Mother’s Day products!  You can use these fragrance oils to make homemade soap, homemade candles, homemade incense, bath and body products, and home fragrance products.  Whether you own your own candle or soap business, or you just want to make homemade products for Mother’s Day, Natures Garden is happy to help you!

View All of  Natures Garden’s Mother’s Day Fragrances

Mom and son

Love you Mom!

 

A Mother

A Mother is one who
understands the things
you say and do

Who always overlooks
your faults and sees the
best in you

A Mother is one whose
special love inspires you
day by day.

Who fills your heart with
gladness in her warm
and thoughtful way.

A Mother is all these things
and more – the greatest
treasure known.

And the dearest Mother in
all of the world is the one I
call my own

Easter 2011 Fragrance Oils

Monday, February 21st, 2011
Easter Fragrance Oils

Easter Fragrances 2011

Easter Fragrance Oils

Easter is just around the corner!  Do you need some help choosing Easter Fragrances for Easter?  Natures Garden can help!  We have reviewed all of our fragrance oils, and have carefully selected the perfect fragrances for your Easter products.NG April Clean Fragrance Oil  is reminiscent of  Downy April Fresh.  The aroma of fresh powder, light musk, and just a hint of fresh spring flowers of lavender, jasmine, and tulips.

Jelly Bean Fragrance Oil  is a burst of luscious fruity tones teases the senses with this gourmand confection. Wild cherry balances with ripe peach and tangy strawberry for the candy sensation at the fragrance heart. Hints of cinnamon boost the cherry, as a smooth combination of vanilla and musk creates sugary undertones.

Lily of the Valley Fragrance Oil:  A Best Seller! A very fresh and green muguet de bois; true to name lily of the valley aroma.

Hyacinth Fragrance Oil:  The floral fresh aroma of real hyacinth flowers.

Heavenly Fragrance Oil:  An enticing romantic blend of juicy McIntosh apples enhanced and sweetened by rich French jasmine, cyclamen, and fresh rose petals. Very Complex!

Heaven Fragrance Oil:  An NG Original Fragrance! An ozony aroma combining the softness of baby powder with base notes of sweet pears and peaches.

Natures Garden Guardian Angel Fragrance Oil:  An NG Original Fragrance!  The innocent and loving blend of soft rose petals, baby breath, and white flowers, with perfect accents of clove, nutmeg, patchouli, sandalwood, and Madagascar vanilla.

God’s Love Fragrance Oil:  An NG Original Fragrance! The ozony aroma of soft baby powder with just the right amount of ripened sweet mulberries.

Floral Bouquet Fragrance Oil:  A Best Seller! This fragrance smells just like a Floral Shoppe; a unique combination of carnation, tulips, roses, and the ozony base note of fresh greenery.

Easter Bunny Burps Fragrance Oil:  An NG Original Fragrance! We worked on this fragrance for a long time; testing more than 20 scents before we found The One!  Numerous perfumists kept trying to sell us scents that smelled like an Easter basket. Oh, this was fun!  This vibrant blend of shimmering garden greens is highlighted with a hint of mint for a fresh sensation. A blend of spring flowers is tucked away among the green tones for added texture, while sandalwood creates glowing warmth for the blend. Hints of musk finish the fragrance.

Natures Garden Carrot Cupcake Fragrance Oil- An NG Original Fragrance!  Juicy bursts of citrus spiced with clove, carrot, nutmeg, cinnamon and bay leaf and comforting vanilla extract.

Vanda Orchid Fragrance Oil:  An NG Original Scent! Wild berries and blooming flowers combine to create romance with this fruity floral creation. Sparkling citrus tones lead to a wild blueberry accord as the scent unfolds. A bouquet of delicate white Vanda orchids is laced with fresh green accents to balance the fruit accord. Generous musky undertones and rich warm woods add clear sweet softness to complete the luxurious fragrance.

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Deborah Ward
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