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May
15

What Are the Best Scents for Summer


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What Are the Best Scents for SummerWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer

One of the most important parts of creating fun summer products is choosing the best summer scents. Whether you are making homemade candle or soap from scratch, the fragrance oil is an important ingredient. If you are looking for some fun scents for this season, then this is a blog that you will want to check out. We are going to answer an important question, which is  What Are the Best Scents for Summer?

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance Oil

First, we have a scent that is basically a paradise in a bottle. The Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance Oil is a scrumptious fruity blend that belongs out on the white sands of a secluded beach. The fragrance has top notes of mandarin, Mexican lime, tangerine, and kumquat;  middle and base notes of watermelon, tart green apples, cantaloupe, and honeydew melon. You are sure to enjoy this scent, just as many of our customers have loved this best selling fragrance!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Coconut Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Coconut Fragrance Oil

Next, we have another lovely fragrance oil that would be perfect for summer. This summer scent has the fresh and clean scent of our Coconut Fragrance Oil. This scented oil has a fresh coconut aroma that reminds you of suntan lotion. It’s not too buttery, like some other coconut scents. Since this scent is similar to some suntan products, it would be a great scent to add to summertime lotions!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: NG Sun and Sand Type Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: NG Sun and Sand Type Fragrance Oil

Also, we have a beautiful summer scent that is bright and sure to remind you of a fun beach day! The NG Sun and Sand Type Fragrance Oil has an aroma that starts with ozony notes of floral and citrus. This goes right into a blend of white flowers, bergamot, orange blossoms, ylang ylang, and muguet lily.  These notes all rest on a light musk base that delicately ties the scent together.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Birds of Paradise Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Birds of Paradise Fragrance Oil

Another great scent for summer is the Birds of Paradise Fragrance Oil, which is a tropical floral paradise! The aroma has top notes of lemon, orange, and tuberose. This is followed by middle notes of birds of paradise, gardenia, rose, and honeysuckle. All of this sits on base notes of magnolia leaves and jasmine. Overall, these notes create a scent that will transport you to an exotic paradise of bright tropical flowers and soft, warm breezes. Simply too good to pass up!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Iced Pineapple Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Iced Pineapple Fragrance Oil

Additionally, you can use the sweet, tropical aroma of the Iced Pineapple Fragrance Oil. If you like pineapple scents, then this is the summer aroma is perfect for you! This sweet and tangy fragrance oil has the true aroma of slicing open a freshly ripened pineapple. Plus, that aroma is balanced with an ozony green base note that rounds out this delicious scented oil. Also, this aroma would be great for mixing with other scents to create your own unique blend!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Mango Papaya Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Mango Papaya Fragrance Oil

Next, we have a fruity scent that is both tropical and scrumptious. Our Mango Papaya Fragrance Oil is a fruity blend of freshly ripened mango scent with the aroma of juicy papaya. These exotic fruit scents are perfect for creating melt and pour soap recipes, like our Mango Papaya Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. This scent is absolutely delicious and your product line would not be perfect without this fragrance!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Coconut Lime Verbana Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Coconut Lime Verbana Fragrance Oil

Also, you may want to try out our Coconut Lime Verbana Fragrance Oil this summer! It is a lovely scent that is as delicate and beautiful as a warm, soft summer breeze through a garden of florals and fruits. This fragrance oil is a citrus bouquet of lime, kumquat, grapefruit, lemon, with a soft floral undertone of jasmine, on a background of musk and sandalwood.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance Oil

Next, we have a scent that smells like fresh, clean laundry straight out of the dryer. Our lovely NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance Oil has top notes of sweet, ripened, McIntosh apples, pears, and white roses. These scrumptious notes are followed by the scent of freshly sliced mango, fresh greenery, and tiger lily. Everything is all sitting on base notes of floral musks. You can compare this delightful aroma to the scent of Gain’s Apple Mango Tango fabric softener.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Pina Colada Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Pina Colada Fragrance Oil

Another fantastic tropical scent that you can enjoy is the Pina Colada Fragrance Oil. Just sit back and relax with the scent of this scrumptious beverage scent. As you unwind, you can indulge yourself in the scent of this tropical blend. You will find that the scent of sweet pineapple and coconut is perfectly blended to create an island scent that is sure to be loved.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Yuzu Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Yuzu Fragrance Oil

Plus, the Yuzu Fragrance Oil is a bright citrus aroma that would be a great fragrance oil for the summer. This scented oil has top notes of mandarin, tangerine, lemon satsuma, and ruby red grapefruit, middle notes of bergamot, and base notes of oakmoss. Yuzu is a scent that is perfect on its own and can be mixed with other tropical notes to create a very complex scent.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Fresh Cut Grass Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Fresh Cut Grass Fragrance Oil

Next, we have a fragrance oil that will remind you of a bright mid-summer day. Summer is full of fun and laughter. Plus the wonderfully fresh aroma of newly cut green grass. Since scent is such a powerful trigger of memory, the Fresh Cut Grass Fragrance Oil is a bright, sweet scent that is perfect for bringing the memories of these long summer days right back and into your home!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Creamy Coconut Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Creamy Coconut Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use another lovely coconut aroma in your homemade products. Our Creamy Coconut Fragrance Oil is a lovely aroma of creamy coconut milk. This scent has top notes of peach, banana, and coconut that are followed by a middle aroma of coconut tree leaves and the sweet base scent of vanilla. Together, this scrumptious scent is a sweet coconut aroma that you don’t want to miss out on!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Mango Peach Salsa Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Mango Peach Salsa Fragrance Oil

This summer scent is absolutely scrumptious! Our Mango Peach Salsa Fragrance Oil uses luscious tones of fruit which are blended with warm spicy accents in this tempting creation. Bright citrus notes of tangerine balance with fresh cherry for the tangy top note. A heart of ripe peach mingles with strawberry, as hints of spice add delightful texture to the blend. Floral undertones are enveloped in a clean musk base to complete the fruit sensation.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Plumeria Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Plumeria Fragrance Oil

Another fun summer aroma is a delightful sweet, fruity floral aroma. Our Plumeria Fragrance Oil is composed of tropical plumeria flowers, fresh fruity top notes of juicy peach, apple, and pineapple; with middle notes of plumeria, carnation, and gardenia; all on a lovely bottom of green leaves and jasmine. So, this fun blend of fruity and floral scents is a perfect fragrance oil for the summer!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Blue Hawaiian Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Blue Hawaiian Fragrance Oil

Also, you can try out the scrumptious aroma of our Blue Hawaiian Fragrance Oil. This scent has crisp, juicy top notes that are perfect due to a high level of essential oils. Further, the scent has mouth-watering notes of juicy orange, lemon, and maraschino cherries that is followed by tangy pineapple, acai berry, and sea spray. Then, the scent is well rounded with base notes of sweet coconut, vanilla rum, and fresh ozonic notes. This is an absolutely sweet and delicious beverage scent that is perfect for any and all homemade products this summer!

https://www.naturesgardencandles.com/plumeria-fragrance-oilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Kumquat Fragrance Oil

Additionally, you may want to include a lovely citrus aroma in your new line of summer products. The Kumquat Fragrance Oil is a sweet and sour blend of ripe mandarin oranges and fresh pineapple chunks that would be perfect for your homemade recipes. Plus, this scent contains real citrus essential oils that brighten and enhance the scent of the fragrance oil!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Garden Dirt Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Garden Dirt Fragrance Oil

If you are someone that likes to garden, then this is the perfect summer scent for you! Our Garden Dirt Fragrance Oil is sure to remind you of planting and tending to your plants. Is unmistakable scent is just like rich potting soil. We have used this true aroma in our In the Garden Candle Recipe, which uses this scent, fresh cut grass, and floral jasmine to create a unique candle!

Garden Dirt Fragrance Oil: Satsuma Fragrance OilGarden Dirt Fragrance Oil: Satsuma Fragrance Oil

Another fun citrus scented oil that you can use this summer is the Satsuma Fragrance Oil. This aroma is centered aroma a unique, aromatic citrus fruit and truly blossoms into a marvelous aroma. Further, this fragrance oil has a wonderful blend of orange, mandarin, mango, peach, lime, jasmine, and orange flowers that create such an energizing and intoxicating fragrance!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Mango Sorbet Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Mango Sorbet Fragrance Oil

Plus, you can use the scrumptious scent of our Mango Sorbet Fragrance Oil to create some amazingly scented products! This fragrance oil has an uplifting aroma of energizing blend of ripe mango, juicy lemons, and fabulous, red raspberries. This dessert fragrance oil is perfect for creating room scents or cosmetic products that smell just like yummy mango sorbet!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: NG Exotic Coconut Type Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: NG Exotic Coconut Type Fragrance Oil

Also, you can use a scent that is both tropical and sexy! The NG Exotic Coconut Type Fragrance Oil is a gorgeous blend of sweet tropical notes and sexy musk that will create an irresistible aroma. This fragrance oil begins with top notes of guava, pineapple and currants. These notes are followed by middle notes of toasted coconut and vanilla. Then, the scent is rounded out with base notes of Tonka beans, sandalwood, and white musk.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Moonlight Pomegranate Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Moonlight Pomegranate Fragrance Oil

Further, you can use the delightful scent of Moonlight Pomegranate Fragrance Oil in any of your summer products. This scented oil has a mysterious blend of exotic, spicy pomegranate, wild bergamot, dewberry, iris, jasmine. This is followed by spicy notes of cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, with base notes of precious woods and cedar. So, you can enjoy this blend of refreshing pomegranate with exotic and spicy notes.

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Strawberry Kiwi Fragrance OilWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Strawberry Kiwi Fragrance Oil

Another great scent for this season is a bright fruity blend that is a perfect summer combination. The Strawberry Kiwi Fragrance Oil is a balanced aroma of fresh strawberries that is rounded out with just the right amount of tart kiwi. Such a refreshing flavor for a bright, sunny day. In fact, this blend would be perfect in lemonade! If you want to try some Strawberry Kiwi Lemonade along with this yummy scent, then you will definitely want to see Creme de la Crumb’s Strawberry Kiwi Lemonade Recipe!

What Are the Best Scents for Summer: Talk to UsWhat Are the Best Scents for Summer: Talk to Us

We hope that you found some summer scents that you can enjoy in your own recipes! If you are interested in looking for even more scents, then check out the Fragrance Oils page on our website. Also, you can talk to us if you have any questions about fragrances or how to use them. One simple way to find us is on social media. We are on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents), and Instagram (@ngscents). Hope to hear from your soon!

Apr
30

Plumeria Candle Recipe


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Plumeria Candle RecipePlumeria Candle Recipe

If you are looking for some beautiful candle making recipes, then you will definitely want to check out our Plumeria Candle Recipe! This Natures Garden recipe is perfect for creating a gorgeous, floral scented candle that is absolutely gorgeous. Plus, this recipe walks you through creating homemade flower wax embeds for your candles! Together, the floral scent of our Plumeria Fragrance Oil and the flower wax embeds creates a unique recipe that you will absolutely want to try out!

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Ingredients Available From Natures Garden

Joy Wax

Sunflower Wax

Plumeria Fragrance Oil

CD Candle Wicks (100 wicks)

Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye Burgundy

Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye- Purple

Pouring Pot

Thermometer

Silicone Soap Mold (optional)

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Other Ingredients and Supplies

Mixing Spoon

Hot Glue Gun

Stove

Scale

A Pot (for double boiler)

Apothecary Jar

Toothpicks

Paper Bowl and Wax Paper (or Silicone Soap Mold)

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Weights and Amounts

3 ounces of the Joy Wax

30 grams of the Sunflower Wax

3 grams of the Plumeria Fragrance Oil

A tiny bit of the Burgundy Liquid Candle Dye

A Few Drops of the Purple Liquid Candle Dye

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Sanitize and Prepare Your Work Space

Before you begin creating your scented candles, you will want to organize and clean your work space. You can start by making sure you have enough space to work on your candle. Also, you will need to wipe down your work space. Next, you will want to gather your supplies and equipment. If any of your equipment is dirty, then make sure that you wash them before beginning your project. After everything has been cleaned and prepared, you are ready to move on to the next step.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare Double Boiler

For this recipe, you are going to need a double boiler. If you know how to create a double boiler for candlemaking, then move on to your recipe. Otherwise, we can explain to you how it works. Since you will need to use an pouring pot, this will act as the inner portion of your double boiler. The pouring pot will hold your melting wax and will be placed inside the larger pot. The larger pot will hold the heated water. Now that the double boiler has been made, it will be placed on the stove top on medium heat to melt your wax.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Get the Sunflower Wax Ready

First, you will need to use the double boiler to melt the Sunflower Wax. So, weigh out 30 grams of this wax and add it to the double boiler. As the wax melts, you should be mixing every so often. While the double boiler will help prevent scorching, you should keep an eye on it and stir occasionally. After your wax has entirely melted, you will be ready to move on to the next steps for coloring and scenting.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Adding the Candle ColorantPlumeria Candle Recipe: Adding the Candle Colorant

Then, you will be adding some candle colorant to your melted Sunflower Wax. Since we are going to be adding less than a drop of the liquid dye, we will need a toothpick to add this amount. So, take the toothpick and dip it into the purple Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye to your Sunflower Wax. Then, you will need to swirl the dipped toothpick in the melted wax. Make sure that you mix this well to fully incorporate the color.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Scent the Sunflower WaxPlumeria Candle Recipe: Scent the Sunflower Wax

Next, you are going to want to scent your freshly melted wax.  We will be using Plumeria Fragrance Oil, which is perfect for this candle and has a gorgeous floral scent. This fragrance is a sweet, fruity floral aroma that is composed of tropical Plumeria flowers, fresh fruity top notes, on a lovely green bottom. So, take three grams of this delightful candle oil and add it to the melted Sunflower Oil.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Preparing Your Flower Parts

Now,  you are going to start preparing the wax for your flower candle embeds. This wax will need to be a thin layer, which we will use to cut out the flowers. One way you can create this is pouring a small amount into the bottom of a mold, like the square loaf mold. Alternatively, you can line a pan with wax paper and pour a thin layer of wax in this. Either way, you will need to remove the wax at a point where it has set up but still warm.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Cut Out Your Flower PartsPlumeria Candle Recipe: Cut Out Your Flower Parts

Once your thin layers of wax are set up, you will want to cut out your petals and circles. You can use a knife, toothpick, or anything that you have that is pointy and tough enough to cut out your shapes. Also, you will need to have two circles and about twelve or so petals. The exact number of petals you will need depends on their size. Since you will need a couple extra petals on top of the candle, you will want to make a few extra petals. So, the exact number that you need for your flowers isn’t extremely important yet.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Creating the Other Flower PartsPlumeria Candle Recipe: Creating the Other Flower Parts

Now, you are going to need to repeat these previous steps using two different colors. For one of the rounds you will use one drop of purple liquid candle colorant. After these pieces are created, you can move on to the last set of flower parts. The last round will be colored with a tiny amount of the burgundy candle colorant. Again, you can use a toothpick to add this color to your melted Sunflower Wax.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare the Candle JarPlumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare the Candle Jar

Before we start adding the candle wax to the container, you will need to prepare the candle jar. So, heat up your hot glue gun to adhere two of the CD-12 candle wicks to the bottom of your jar. You will want to make sure that they are as straight and even as possible. Otherwise, your finished candle won’t burn evenly and could result in tunneling. Plus, awkwardly placed wicks could ruin the pretty design! So, it would be best to be careful on this step.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare the Purple LayerPlumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare the Purple Layer

Now, we are ready to create the first layer for our scented candle. We will start by weighing 3 ounces of Joy Wax and melting it in the double boiler. Remember to mix the melting wax every so often. Once this is melted we are going to add in the colorant. Put two drops of the purple Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye into the melted wax and stir to fully incorporate the color.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Pouring the Bottom LayerPlumeria Candle Recipe: Pouring the Purple Layer

Next, you are going to scent and pour the purple layer. So, add 0.3 ounces of the Plumeria Fragrance Oil to the melted purple wax and mix to incorporate the scent. After, you are ready to pour this layer into the jar. Once this layer has been carefully poured into the jar you will need to straighten your wicks before the wax sets up. You may want to have something across the top of the jar to steady your wicks.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Adding the Wax Embed Flowers Plumeria Candle Recipe: Adding the Wax Embed Flowers

Now, you are ready to start setting up your embed flowers. So, you are going to begin adhering your flower parts to the jar. Start by pressing one of your circles to the inside of the glass jar. Make sure that you hold the wax circle in place by pressing gently until it has completely adhered. Then, adhere the petals of a different color around the circle in a similar fashion to the picture to the left. You will continue to evenly space out the rest of your flowers around the jar. We had six flowers total, but this amount may vary depending on the size of your petals.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Preparing the White LayerPlumeria Candle Recipe: Preparing the White Layer

Next, you are going to create the white layer for behind your wax flower embeds. So, weigh out 11 ounces of Joy Wax and add it to the apothecary jar. You will need to melt the wax using the double boiler method with occasional mixing. After, you will need to add 1.1 ounces of the Plumeria Fragrance Oil. Before you go to pour in this layer you need to measure the temperature. Otherwise, you could possibly melt and mess up your wax flower embeds! Use a thermometer to determine when your wax has dropped to about 150 F, which is a safe temperature range to pour your white layer. Once it reaches this temperature you can pour in this layer.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Allow the White Layer to Set UpPlumeria Candle Recipe: Allow the White Layer to Set Up

Now that you poured in the white layer into the base of your candle, your creation is nearly complete! Just make sure that both of your wicks are centered. Make sure that you center your wicks before this white layer completely sets up. Then, you just need to wait for this top layer to harden and set up. Once your white layer has set up you can move on to creating the whipped topping.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare the Whipped WaxPlumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare the Whipped Wax

Next, we are going to create the whipped wax topping for this candle. So, weigh out 8 ounces of Joy Wax and put it into the apothecary pot. After the wax has completely melted, you can add 0.8 ounces of the Plumeria Fragrance Oil. After, let your wax begin to set up. Before it completely sets up, you will need to whip the wax. Once the wax is well whipped and before it completely sets up, you can put the wax on top of the base of your candle.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Decorating the Top of the CandlePlumeria Candle Recipe: Decorating the Top of the Candle

Immediately after adding your whipped wax you will want to start adding your extra petals to the top of your candle. This will make sure that your petals stick to the candle and won’t fall off. So, start taking your differently colored petals and placing them on top of the candle. Make sure that you press them lightly into the wax, so they are able to stay in place. Once all your petals have been placed, use a pencil to curl your two candle wicks.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Letting Your Candles Set UpPlumeria Candle Recipe: Letting Your Candles Set Up

Finally, your candles are complete! But, you are going to want to wait a day or two for your candle to cure before using your candle. While it can be tempting to use your candle early, it will be worth the wait and work so much better after letting it cure! Allowing your candle to cure for 24-48 hours will give the wax time to absorb the scent and provide a better scent throw.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: History of Plumeria Plumeria Candle Recipe: History of Plumeria

If you love the aroma of the Plumeria Fragrance Oil, then you may want to learn more about the history of this gorgeous, tropical flower. One interesting fact about these exotic flowers is that their origin was not actually Hawaii. While the gorgeous Plumeria flowers are commonly associated with these exotic islands, these were actually brought to Hawaii from Mexico in the nineteenth century. However, this beautiful flower has been incorporated in many lovely, tropical lands, like Hawaii, the Carribean, Indonesia, and many others! For those that are interested in finding out more, you can learn even more about this flower and others by clicking here to read all about the Plumeria History by Tropical Flowers and Plants.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Find Us On Social Media

Reaching out to Natures Garden on social media is a quick and easy way to get questions answered, share your creations, or see what we are up to. Not only would we love to see what you have created with our products, but we are often creating new and exciting craft recipes. So, there is always a great reason to find us online. You can find us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, we are available on both Twitter and Instagram with @ngscents. We hope to hear from you soon!

May
15

Plumeria Fragrance Oil


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Plumeria Fragrance OilPlumeria Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Plumeria Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a sweet, fruity, and floral blend that adds a unique tropical twist to your typical floral scent.  Crack open this fragrance oil and you’ll find yourself wanting to soak up the sun and cool off in crisp beach waters.  Go ahead, dive right in!  The plumeria is native to Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and South America.  This tropical and sub-tropical flower is known for its fragrant flowers and vivid appearance.  The scent of the plumeria flower has become a favorite of crafters worldwide who are looking to make sweet, floral products!  That’s one of the many reasons this fragrance is a Nature’s Garden Best Seller!  One viewer, who gave this tropical fragrance a 5-star review, writes “I love plumeria and this one is wonderful! Very strong and great throw. You will not be disappointed if you like plumeria!”  Indulge in this bright, relaxing fragrance today!

What Does Plumeria Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Plumeria Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a sweet, fruity floral aroma that is bright and distinguished.  It’s a fresh floral with a tropical vibe that will transport you straight to warm beaches and bright blue waters.

Top Notes: Juicy Peach, Apple, Pineapple
Mid Notes: Island Plumeria, Carnation, Gardenia
Base Notes: Green Leaves, Jasmine

How Do Our Customers Use Plumeria Fragrance Oil?

Room scenters can incorporate Plumeria fragrance oil up to 50% in delightful scenting recipes such as Smelly Jelly air fresheners and room sprays.  This tropical floral scent also performs exceptionally in aroma beads.  Homemade candles and wax tarts can be made using vegetable wax or paraffin wax and will perform wonderfully when this fragrance oil is used.  The recommended maximum usage is up to 10%.  This tropical fragrance oil will allow you to create strongly scented candle when using Joy Wax, Pillar of Bliss Wax, and Wow Wax.  It will also perform well in soy wax.  If you want to add a little color to your candles, we recommend 3 drops of red and a small amount of purple candle dye per four pounds of wax, or your could shred a small amount of purple and orange color block into your melted wax.  Remember, never use crayons to color your wax as they will clog your wick.

Plumeria Fragrance Oil can also be used to create vacation-inspired bath and body products!  Bath gels, bath bombs, and bath oils were found to perform well with up to 1.5% of this fragrance oil added.  Homemade soap makers can use up to 1.5% in cold process soaps or melt and pour soap recipes.  Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have shown that soaps that incorporate this fragrance experience slight acceleration, so soap at room temperature.  This soap experienced no ricing, discoloration, or separation.  Cured soap had a good scent retention.  If you wish to color your soap, we recommend using red and purple liquid soap dye according to your specification.

Customers can incorporate our Plumeria scent into many homemade scented projects.  Homemade perfumes and body sprays can be created using up to 1.5% of this green tropical fragrance.  Customers also make their own lotions with a maximum of 1.5% fragrance oil,  and household cleaning supplies with a maximum of 1.5% fragrance oil.