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Tropical Drink Scent

Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

Tropical Drink ScentPina Colada Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

The name Pina Colada actually means “strained pineapple.”  Ricardo Gracia holds the first claim to inventing this fruity cocktail.  In the process of perfecting his drink first called Coco Loco which consisted of coconut milk, rum, and coconut cream, he ran into an issue.  Due to the fact that his drink was served inside a half a coconut, when the coconut supply was hit with a union strike, Ricardo decided to improvise.  He used a hollowed out pineapple instead.  The mixture of all these flavors topped off with the sweet acidic pineapple was a huge hit, and hence the Pina Colada was born.  Natures Garden has captured the essence of the famous Pina Colada in this tropical drink scent.  A grand mixture of the classic tropical aromas including coconuts and pineapples, it absolutely smells phenomenal in finished products.  And, this scent will surely leave your customers salivating.

What does Pina Colada Fragrance Oil smell like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a tropical combination of sweet pineapple and coconut.

How do our customers use Pina Colada Fragrance Oil?

For candle crafters and home scenters; this tropical drink scent is used to make pina colada candles using Joy wax, WOW wax, and in Soy wax; with a scent that seems to last forever!  As for other home scenting ideas; Pina Colada fragrance oil has been used to make room sprays, aroma beads, and works fabulously for electric oil burners.

On the bath and body end of products, the usage rate for this fragrance oil is 5%.  This tropical drink scent does have a vanillin content of .5%, so vanilla white color stabilizer is highly recommended to offset discoloration in the finished homemade items.  This wonderful tropical drink scent is used to make: bath bombs, handmade lotions, body sprays, sugar scrubs, body butters and body balms.  For those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance soaps like a dream.  Here are the official results:  Works great in cp soap!  No acceleration, no ricing, no separation.  Very slight discoloration.  Mild scent retention.

Aloha Fragrance Oil

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013
aloha

If you are looking to add a super unique fragrance oil to your finished products line, Aloha is a fabulous fragrance that has a tropical get-away appeal.

 

Aloha Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

In Hawaiian, Aloha is a homonym that means both Hello and Goodbye.  So, it is also fitting in the fragrance world that the Aloha scent is too a combination of fragrances both fruit and floral.  And, in keeping with the Aloha tradition, these certain notes are not heavier nor are they more dominant than one another.  Goodbye stressful reality and hello sweet smelling vacation.  Aloha Fragrance Oil is just the perfect mixture of all things good and tropical.

What does Aloha Smell Like?

Natures Garden Aloha Fragrance Oil:  A tropical delight that combines sweet coconut and juicy island fruits with exotic, and delightfully fragrant native flora of tiare and plumeria flowers.

How Do Our Customers Use Aloha Fragrance Oil?

For all of you candle crafters out there; Aloha Fragrance Oil is used in Soy, soy blends, paraffin, WOW, Joy, and Pillar of Bliss waxes.  This fragrance is very aromatic and has no problems with scent throw.  This fragrance oil also works well for room fresheners, whether it is odor eliminator, smelly jellies, or sachet beads.

For bath and body crafters, this fragrance is a win!  The usage percent for this fragrance oil is 5%.  This amazing fragrance is used to make: solid lotion bars, bath bombs, body scrubs, spray lotions, perfumes, melt and pour soaps, body sprays, bath gels, whipped body butters, conditioners, and salt bars.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance did awesome.  Here are the official results:  Slight acceleration.  No separation.  Strong scent!  No discoloration.  Very nice!