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Oct
18

Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil


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Passion Fruit Fragrance OilPassion Fruit Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil is a tropical fruit scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a mixture of sweet fruit scents with floral notes and a sweet musk base that is certainly worthy of being a best selling fragrance! For some, this fragrance has been so popular, they decided to mix it with others to create their own custom blend. One of our wonderful customers reviewing Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil has said, “This fragrance one of my most popular candles that I sell many of my customers really enjoy this fragrance so I expanded the use and now blend this with another fragrance and it seems to work extremely well!”

What Does Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a tropical blend of peaches, strawberries, pineapple, orange and coconut with slight floral undertones and a smooth musky vanilla background. A Best Seller!

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

Natures Garden customers can include our passion fruit scent in all kinds of their bath and body products. Some of these products include homemade bath gels, bath oils, lotions, and perfumes. All of these bath and body creations can use a maximum concentration of 5% of this fruity fragrance oil. When choosing a color, we suggest using burgundy soap colorant and purple liquid soap dye. Use the amounts that you feel represent the fragrance. However, when using other colorants, remember candle dyes should not be used.

Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil Cold Process Soap DiscolorationWe have learned from our Cold Process Soap Testing Results that this sweet musk scent will perform very well. We recommend a maximum of 5% Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil concentration. Your cold process soap batch that uses this best selling fragrance oil will have no acceleration. Additionally, we found no ricing, and no separation. Also, the final soap products will retain a good scent after cure. The finished soap did show some discoloration. They discolored to a light brown.  This could be partially because of the 1% vanillin  content.  Vanilla White Color Stabilizer can help lessen the discoloration.  You should note though, there are more than 40 ingredients in fragrance oils that can cause bath and body products to discolor. Additionally, Passion Fragrance Oil also does well in melt and pour soap bases and hp soap recipes.

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

Some of our customers use this sweet and fruity fragrance oil to make homemade room scenting recipes. Creations like potpourri or incense can each include a maximum of 50% Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil. Your cleaning products can be scented with this best selling fruit scent at a rate of 5%. Also, this sweet scent will remain nice and strong in your aroma bead recipes.

Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil Candle Color SuggestionFurther, many different kinds of candles, wax tarts, or various wax creations can successfully use this fragrance. Both Natures Garden pillar waxes and container waxes can include 10% Passion Fruit Fragrance Oil. Our testing has shown great scent throw with both our container waxes, pillar waxes, and natural soy waxes. When coloring these products, our recommendation is four drops of burgundy liquid candle dye along with a tiny bit of purple liquid candle dye. Alternatively, you could use a small amount of shredded burgundy and purple color blocks in your melted wax. Just don’t use crayons as a substitute for coloring your candles, as they have been known to clog wicks.

We hope that you enjoy this fragrance oil in your products as so many others have been already!