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Aug
17

Cold Fashioned Lemonade Soap Recipe

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Cold Fashioned Lemonade Soap Recipe by Bailey…

The staff members at Natures Garden are having a challenge!  Each staff member has to come up with their own recipe using various Natures Garden supplies.  The project has to be made with one of their favorite Natures Garden fragrance oils, and they are encouraged to be as creative as possible.  Bailey was the first staff member to partake in the challenge, and her recipe is what she calls: Cold Fashioned Lemonade Soap.  girl-copy2

When asked why she chose to make lemonade soap, Bailey replied, “Lemonade reminds me of summertime; sitting on a porch and drinking an ice-cold glass of lemonade”.

Why did she decide to make soap as her project?  Bailey said that since she has experience working with both cold process and melt and pour soap, she wanted to create a recipe that involved the usage of both.  The base of her lemonade soap is made of cold process soap, while the top portion of her soap is made with melt and pour soap.  Bailey used the soap calculator to create her very own cold process soap recipe, checking the values to ensure she was within the range for a typical bar of soap.  She also incorporated beeswax in her soap to make the soap a little bit harder.  To give her soap more bubbles, she added castor oil to her recipe.  Bailey is a big fan of cocoa butter, so she added that to provide the skin with conditioning aspects.

How would Bailey describe herself?  Bailey says she is the type of person who loves to make people laugh. Bailey said, “Wherever Bailey goes, the fiesta follows her”.    What a FUN person to work with!

If you are interested in making this recipe, please click Here To see Bailey’s Cold Fashioned Lemonade Soap Recipe.

 

Aug
07

Lemon Meringue Pie Soap

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lemon meringue pie soapIt is simply AMAZING what you can create using melt and pour soap bases!  In this project, we desired to make a soap that looked so realistic to lemon meringue pie that it would be difficult to tell the difference.  Nicole accomplished just that!  Achieving just the right color for the graham cracker crust took several attempts, but we finally got it right.  This is great news for YOU because you won’t have to waste your precious soap base figuring out the color, and you can use this graham cracker colored soap to make an array of different types of soap pies!  Just imagine:  Strawberry pie soap, coconut cream pie soap, chocolate cream pie soap, key lime pie soap…and the list goes on and on!  Aren’t you EXCITED!?!

Our FREE recipe also teaches you how to make FABULOUS whipped meringue soap for the tops of your pie soaps as well!  This meringue soap looks just like real meringue, it firms up nicely, and clings to the layer of soap underneath it nicely!  lemon-pie-whole1

So, are you ready to try your hand at making your own Pie Soap?  If you are, here is our FREE RECIPE for Lemon Meringue Pie Soap.  Be sure to post pics of what you make on our facebook page during show and tell (every Thursday night at 9:30 pm est)!  We would love to see what you create!

Deborah Ward

Natures Garden

Aug
03

Sherlock Homie Fragrance Oil

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Sherlock Homie Fragrance Oil is definitely an intriguing and captivating scent that pops with a refreshing allure.

 

Sherlock Homie Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Soon to be a best-selling fragrance oil, Sherlock Homie is undeniable.  Categorized as refreshing and mysterious, this fragrance has just the right amount of sexy strength; especially if you are looking for a great male type fragrance oil.   The unique combination of fragrance notes leaves a sophisticated and smart appeal in your finished products.  This scent should not be overlooked!

What does Sherlock Homie Smell Like?

A mysterious blend of watery notes with secret spices surrounded by precious woods.  With top notes of cucumber, lemon, lime, ozone, and grapefruit.  Middle notes of neroli, cumin, and coriander.  And, base notes of musk and patchouli.

How Do Our Customers Use Sherlock Homie Fragrance Oil?

For candle crafters and home scenters; our customers use this fragrance oil in their tarts, votives, Palm Container wax, WOW wax, Joy wax, and soy.  The hot scent throw is remarkably strong.  As for other home scenting ideas; this fragrance oil has been used to make aroma beads and smelly jellies.  This fragrance oil can also be used in oil burners and odor eliminators or room re-freshening sprays as well.

On the bath and body end of products, the usage percent for this fragrance oil is 5%, and is used to make:  Goat’s Milk melt and pour soaps, body butters, shampoo, shower gel, and body sprays.  And, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance is a must have for male marketed soaps.  Here are the official results:  Perfect pour.  No acceleration, no ricing, no separation, no discoloration.  Nice, strong scent.

Jul
11

Homemade Soap No More Allergies

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I am Victoria Cangelosi, and I’m the owner and SoapMaster-in-Chief of Smelly Cat Soaps.
I am allergic to soap – or so I thought for the first twenty-something years of my life. I would break out in a terrible rash each time I used soap, even the hypoallergenic stuff. I subsisted on exactly one brand of rather boring body wash I found that didn’t cause breakouts like the others.

But each time I entered shops like Lush or Bath and Body Works, I found myself entranced by all the delicious smells. It was a cruel, cruel existence.

One day, I came across a soap mold for sale online that I fell in love with. I was so inspired that I decided I was going buy it and try my hand at making soap. How hard could it be?

At first, my only goal was to create soap that I could use without getting a rash. Much to my delight, I quickly found success. It turns out I am not allergic to soap after all! What I’m allergic to is the preservative that soap companies add to their soaps to prolong their shelf lives.

I shared my newfound love for soapmaking with my family and friends, and showed them what I had made. Several high pitched Ohmygoshes and Thatsadorables later, I realized I may be onto something. I already had one shop on Etsy; I make jewelry and sell it over at www.CrowCanyonJewelry.com. I opened a second shop just for selling the soap, and decided to take custom orders instead of pre-making soap and listing it for sale. It seemed less risky; I didn’t have to buy supplies or make anything until I received an order. And I don’t add any preservatives to my soap.

The name Smelly Cat Soaps is homage to one of my all time favorite television shows, “Friends.” I love when I am selling soap at craft shows and people read my shop name, smile, then start to sing the Smelly Cat song a la Phoebe Buffay. I also love to hear the squeals of excited children as they proudly yell the names of all the little soap animals I have out on my table. “Mommy look, it’s a hedgehog! Mommy Mommy, an elephant! Mommy, she has turtles and puppies” etc.

I am enjoying this business and I love being my own boss. I get to be as creative as I want, and that is AWESOME! I don’t have to answer to anyone but my customers, so if I want to get crazy silly and fun in my automatic “Thanks for your order” message, (hint – it is actually pretty hilarious) there’s no one to tell me I can’t!

Right now, this is just a small business I do on the side. But I believe my soap has the potential to really take off. I love helping customers make bath time fun for their kids, create the perfect gift, or order truly unique wedding or shower favors. Please keep me in mind for all your future soaping needs.

I use a lot of Natures Garden scents in my soaps. You can’t smell them from here, but the soaps in the picture are:

- In the Mood fragrance oil

- Misbehavin fragrance oil

- I’m Too Sexy fragrance oil

- Princess type fragrance oil

- Cashmere type fragrance oil

 

Your Website: www.SmellyCatSoaps.com

Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/SmellyCatSoaps

Jul
11

Marketing Your Soap to Men

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It’s a mistake not to market soap to men

It’s super easy for us women to get excited over beautifully-smelling soap, and we get even more excited when the soap has fancy designs.  What woman can resist cupcake soap with a mountain of soap frosting on top of it?  What woman can resist how wonderful her bathroom smells after using a bar of homemade soap?  Not to mention how wonderful we smell after using one of those fabulous bars!  We women like those little extra luxuries; they make us feel good.

But, what about men?  Do they like homemade soap too?  You betcha!  Last summer, I brought some homemade cold process soap to the moms on my son’s baseball team.  I figured that they would be excited, and they were.  However, the person who seemed to enjoy the soap the most was not a woman at all; t was Brett’s coach.  Before a game, he pulled me aside and asked if he could buy some homemade soap from me.  He said he had never used soap like that before, and liked it much better than the store bought soap.  As most of you know, I do not sell finished cold process soap, but I did give him a few more bars of my soap that I made for testing our fragrances.

Just the other day, my cousin’s husband was visiting from Baltimore and he asked me if I had anymore of the homemade soap I had given him the last time they were in Ohio.  He is in construction, and his hands get extremely dry and callused. He said that my homemade soap made his hands much softer than the store bought soap he had at home.  I gave him a few bars and he was thrilled!  Not only that, but he has been trying to get my cousin to start making soap for him.  Of course there is nothing stopping him from making it himself.  Soap making is not a science/craft reserved for just women you know.

So, you see, women like the homemade soap primarily for the smell &  aesthetics, and secondarily for the skin softening.  Men like homemade soap primarily for the skin softening qualities.  Men like their skin to look and feel young too.  My point is:  If you are not targeting men in your marketing strategy, you are missing an entire market sector that is actually showing growth.  While men may not insist that the soap you sell them has pretty swirls or fancy designs, they love homemade soap just as much as women do.  It is a mistake not to market your soap to men.

Natures Garden sells soap making supplies for making cold process soap.  We also sell an entire line of melt and pour soap bases for those of you who do not want to work with lye.  Whether you choose to make your own soap from scratch, or make soap with melt and pour soap bases, either of these products will be much better for your skin than store bought brands.

Happy Soaping!

Have a Bubbly Awesome Day!

Deborah Ward

www.naturesgardencandles.com

 

Jul
10

Where Can I Buy Soap Making Supplies

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If you are looking for high quality soap making supplies, Natures Garden is your solution. We offer everything you need whether you are just starting your soap making craft or if you are a veteran soap crafter!

Where Can I Buy Soap Making Supplies

Deciding to venture into soap making can sometimes leave you with more questions than answers.  Where do I begin?  Where can I find informative classes and recipes?  Where is the best place to purchase soap making supplies?  We can understand that there are probably tons of these questions whirling around in your head.

Well, at Natures Garden Candle and Soap Supply; we have your answers.  Our staff has put in countless hours testing, researching, and writing informative soap making classes, tried and true soap recipes, and in the case of Cold Process Soaping; even tested every fragrance oil that we carry so that you have some insight as to how the fragrance oil behaves.

Providing soap making supplies to everyone- hobbyist and small business owners alike, if you are in the market for soap making supplies, Natures Garden is your answer.  We carry many soap making supplies like fragrance oilssoap colorants, molds, waxes/ butters/oils, additives, equipment, and even herbs and spices.

In fact, Natures Garden also carries several varieties of melt and pour soaps where the saponification process has already been done for you.  With melt and pour soap, it can be as simple as using the soap as is, or scenting and molding the soap to give it your true unique touch.

If you are still are seeking a place to start your soap making skills, a great place to start looking is at Natures Garden’s Soap Classes.  Not only are they super informative, they are FREE, and free reputable information is never a bad thing.

Jul
07

Fragrance Trends Fall 2013

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300x300-trends-reportFragrance Trends Fall 2013

In order to help our customers create marketing promotions for upcoming seasons, the staff at Natures Garden has completed a 2013 Fragrance Trend Report.  In this trend report, we also mention the color trends and fashion trends that will be hot for Fall/Winter 2013/2014.  Both research and intuition went into this report; allowing us to report how the moods of society will shape the upcoming trends.

Once we realized what the upcoming trends would be, we worked diligently with our perfumist to design fragrances that reflected those up-coming trends.  We would like to thank our perfumist for creating these scents multiple times for us to get exactly what we were looking for.  Once these new fragrances were created, tested, and approved, our graphic artist designed the trends report and fragrance graphics to make these trends “come alive”.   We expect delivery of these new Trend Scents the week of July 8th.  

Without further adieu….Our Fragrance Trends Report for Fall 2013.  Go to the fragrance trends report to print out this entire report.

Trends are developed from socio-economic stimuli  and world events that we as a society encounter.  Colors, fashion, design, and fragrance are all influenced by how we see the world around us.  While there are several trends that we will highlight in this report, the driving trend behind all of them is what we call “Free Spirited vs. Deeply Rooted”.  This trend represents a division that is taking place between those in society who are embracing fast change, and those who are reverting back to a grass-roots mentality that would like to change things back to how they were many years ago.  Change is the key word here.

Fall & Winter are seasons which embrace more intense, full-bodied, heavier fragrances that provide a sense of serenity and warmth during cold months.  The key for 2013/14 is the combination of fragrance ingredients used to create new and intriguing experiences rooted in the familiar; or use of unexpected varietals not often used.

trend colors fall 2013In addition to fragrance trends, color trends are also influenced by socio-economic factors and world events.  The colors on this page are the color trends for fall & winter 2013/2014.  Interestingly enough, 4 of the 13 color trends are colors found in camouflage; leading us to believe that there is a down-home country trend on the horizon.  Pantone has stated that Emerald Green is the main color of Fall 2013.

Hot fashion trends are turtlenecks,  clutch purses, slouchy pants that are narrowed at the ankle and sit high on the waist, rounded shoulders, and gold/copper begin to replace silver as the metallic of choice.

 

 

 

Trend #1-  Lighthearted Fun & Folly:  A new spin on positive emotions and whimsy. The idea of lighthearted fun, madness and total enjoyment of life and all it has to offer.  Fragrance notes associated with this trend are red berries and plums with rich, warm, heavy notes; peppermint swirls with marshmallow fluff, and multi-colored ribbon candy.

peppermint-fluff1Peppermint Fluff Fragrance Oil (awaiting delivery):  A fun, fluffy aroma that embraces lightheartedness and femininity all in one!  A fabulous blend of fresh essential oil of peppermint and huckleberries, hints of violet and white florals, with creamy base notes of vanilla marshmallow.

Top:  Peppermint, Huckleberries, Apricot, Strawberries
Mid: Peach, Violet, White Lily
Base:  Vanilla, Sandalwood, Marshmallow

dance-of-the-sugar-plum-fairy1Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy Fragrance Oil (available for sale on site):  A charming fragrance filled with surprises to delight all of the senses with plums, dark cherries and sweet oranges enhanced with peppery woody undertones.

Top:  Plum, Black Cherries, Strawberries, Mandarin, Orange
Mid:  Black Pepper, Clove, Cinnamon
Base:  Sandalwood, Eucalyptus

Kringleberry1Kringle Berry Fragrance Oil (awaiting delivery):  An NG Original!  A very-merry-festive fragrance with the aroma of fresh cut evergreens, and juicy apples,  delicate white winter florals, sprigs of bright-and-cheery hollyberry, and fruity cranberries and red currants.

Top: Hollyberry, Tart cranberries, Red Currant, Spiced Orange
Mid: Christmas Lily, White Amaryllis, Apple
Base: Pine, Evergreen, Fern

Jammin-rock-candy1Jammin’ Rock Candy Fragrance Oil (awaiting delivery):  An explosive blend of the sweet jammin’ berry trio of juicy ripe cherries, strawberries, and raspberries harmonized with hints of tangy citrus brought together by icy peppermint and sugary hard rock candy.  This fragrance truly “Rocks the House”.

Top:  Cherry, Raspberry, Strawberry, Grape
Mid:  Orange Blossom
Base: Peppermint, Vanilla

Trend #2- Down Home Country:  What people are watching on TV influences trends, and one cannot ignore the ratings that Duck Dynasty is receiving.  Back woods, family values, southern cooking, and an endless pitcher of tea; these are some of the things that influence fragrance notes this season.  Fragrance notes associated with this trend are rich, woodsy, outdoors notes, tea with a zany twist, and southern sweet potatoes with hints of spice.

Rosewood-&-Musk1Rosewood & Musk Fragrance Oil (available for sale on site): Fresh cut rosewood, green tea, and musk come together making this a clean woodsy scent with hints of black pepper.

Top:  Bergamot, Tea, Orange, Lemon
Mid:  Black Pepper, Ginger
Base:  Guicawood, Vetiver, Rosewood, Cedarwood

Sweet-Tea-Zing1Sweet Tea Zing Fragrance Oil (awaiting delivery): The perfect summer afternoon starts with the relaxing indulgence of sipping sweet tea with a zest of lemon, drops of honey nectar with the extra zing of cardamom.

Top: Earl Grey Tea, Lemon, Bergamot
Mid: Honey, Cardamom
Base: Mint Leaves, Green Tea Leaves

apple-pecan-sage-1Apple Pecan Sage Fragrance Oil (available for sale on site): Sweet fresh picked apples with middle notes of cinnamon, sage, clove and Asian cardamom spice; sitting on base notes of toasted pecans and vanilla.

Top:  Apple, Pear, Banana
Mid:  Cinnamon, Sage, Clove, Cardamom
Base:  Pecan, Vanilla

down-home-country2Down Home Country Fragrance Oil (available for sale on site):  A fragrance that evokes the feeling of getting away to a cedar log cabin in the woods, surrounded by nature; serenity, comfort.  This powerhouse of a fragrance is a woodsy blend of fresh cedar, true patchouli, natural lavender, effervescent clove, and aromatic eucalyptus.

Top: Licorice, eucalyptus
Mid: Clove, Rose, lavender
Base: Cedarwood, Pine, Patchouli

sweet-potato-brown-sugar1Sweet Potato and Brown Sugar Fragrance Oil (available for sale on site): Yummy!  Who doesn’t love delicious sweet potatoes and brown sugar drizzled with honey.

Top:  Orange
Mid:  Maple, Honey, Rum
Base:  Vanilla, Brown Sugar, Yams

 

autumn-woods2Autumn Woods Fragrance Oil (available for sale on site):  A walk in the woods with the smell of crisp leaves under foot and fresh pine with berries falling off the trees.

Top:  Lemon, Orange, Lime, Blackberries
Mid:  Carnation, Rose, Muguet
Base:  Pine, Cedarwood, Patchouli, Eucalyptus leaves

 

Trend #3-  Simple Indulgences:   Simple Indulgence is the collection of combining simple and sophisticated notes to bring a fresh and refined, favorite familiar scent with an unexpected, robust and diffusive twist; fragrances that invite family and friends to gather and relax together. Fragrance ideas: Caramelized Crimson Pear, Sangria Spice,  Mandarin Thyme,  Pumpkin Roll.

banana pudding fragrance oilOld Fashioned Banana Pudding Fragrance Oil (currently available on site):  A fragrance that is truly reminiscent of homemade vanilla custard combined with ripened bananas and the famous manilla wafer sugar cookies.   Yummy!

Top: Ripened bananas
Mid: Butter, Sugar Cookies
Base: Vanilla, Sweetened Cream

Carmelized-Crimson-Pear1Caramelized Crimson Pear Fragrance Oil  (waiting delivery):  Juicy, ripe crimson pears sprinkled in caramelized brown sugar with fresh churned maple butter, drizzled with honey and vanilla creates the recipe for this decadent blend.

Top: Crimson Pear, Apple, Banana
Mid: Maple, Brown Sugar, Caramel
Base: Vanilla

country-home1Country Home Fragrance Oil  (currently available on site): The aroma of a country home at Christmas time.  Citrus and spices filling the air, providing an uplifting mood and reducing the dreaded feeling of cabin fever.

Top:  Orange, Mandarin
Mid:  Peach, Apple
Base:  Cinnamon, Cloves, Nutmeg

Pumpkin-roll1Pumpkin Roll Fragrance Oil (waiting delivery): Comfort food at its best.  Sweet sugar pumpkin puree spiced with hints of cinnamon, and nutmeg layered onto a warm, sweet-butter crust, drizzled with maple and honey. Yummy.

Top: Sugar Pumpkin, Orange, Sweet Butter
Mid: Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Maple
Base: Vanilla

Thank you for your patronage and support over the years!  Due to this support, Natures Garden has become the largest distributor of fragrance oils in the USA; serving more than 100,000 customers!  We could not do any of this without YOU!

Jul
06

Monkey Farts Fragrance Oil

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Monkey Farts fragrance oil is a best-selling fragrance oil at Natures Garden.

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It is summertime, and what tried-and-true fragrance oil screams “Summer fun” better than Monkey Farts Fragrance Oil? At first glance, you may feel like uttering the phrase, ” YUCK, SICK, GROSS”. But let me assure you, Monkey Farts fragrance oil is far from a nauseating aroma. In fact, Monkey Farts has been a best-selling fragrance oil at Natures Garden for many many years. Not only do adults love it, it happens to be a super popular fragrance oil with little kids.

What does Monkey Farts Fragrance Oil smell like?

This unique fragrance begins with top notes of fresh bananas and juicy grapefruit, middle notes of kiwi, juicy bubblegum, and strawberries; and a hint of vanilla as a base note. Let’s put it this way: The name attracts new customers, and the scent makes it a best seller.

How do our customers use our Monkey Farts Fragrance Oil?

Most of our clientele are candle makers, so many of our customers use this scent to make container candles, pillar candles, and candle tarts. A growing number of soap makers are using Natures Garden fragrance oils in their melt and pour soaps, cold process soaps, and hot process soaps. How does Monkey Farts Fragrance Oil perform in CP soap? The results reported back to us by our soap tester: Slight ricing, stick blend, no acceleration, discolors to beige. However, some customers (who likely used a different soap recipe) report that they have no ricing in their CP soap. Regardless, it is still one of our best-selling scents for soap making.

Monkey Farts fragrance oil is used by many customers to make lotions, creams, body butters, bath bombs. Our staff even used this fragrance to make Monkey Farts scented markers and scented glitterized high heel shoes. We seriously have too much fun at Natures Garden; it should be a sin to have this much fun!

In closing, I might add that the name Monkey Farts is not for everyone. Many of our customers rename it to things like: Monkey Toots, Funky Monkey, Chunky Monkey. Whether you place the name Monkey Farts on your product labels, that is your call. One things is for certain: Your customers will love the smell!

Jul
04

Favorite Fragrance Notes

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fragrance-oilsWhat is your favorite fragrance note?

This is the question we posted on facebook,  paid to have it blasted to over 84,000 people, and boy did we get a huge response!  In order to answer the question correctly, you need to know what a “fragrance note” is.  So, what is a fragrance note?  A fragrance note is a single aroma found in a fragrance.   Examples of single fragrance notes are: vanilla, lime, orange, grapefruit, rose, cedar, musk, hyacinth; you get the picture.  A fragrance is a combination of top, middle, and base notes.  The top notes of a fragrance oil are what you smell first, middle notes are smelled next, and finally base notes are smelled last.

What were the most popular, favorite fragrance notes of the people polled on our facebook page?

Before we blogged about the results of the favorite fragrance notes poll, we had to remove the “fragrances” from the polled list since those are not single fragrance notes.  Hope everyone understands why we had to do that.  Like mentioned before, a fragrance is a combination of fragrant notes, not a single note.

Here are the results of this question asked on our facebook page:  What is your personal favorite fragrance “note”?  If you don’t see your favorite note listed, please add to the list.

The most popular fragrance note with 730 votes was ROSE.

Vanilla came in second with 288 votes

Lime came in third place with 190 votes

The other fragrance notes that received votes are listed below:

Lavender- 97 votes
Gardenia – 92 votes
Strawberry- 49 votes
Jasmine- 38 votes
Sandalwood- 37 votes
Apple- 36 votes
Lemon- 32 votes
Coconut- 30 votes
Mango- 27 votes
Coffee- 21 votes
Brown Sugar- 20 votes
Cucumber- 18 votes
Lilac- 15 votes
Peach- 14 votes
Chocolate- 13 votes
Cotton Candy- 13 votes
Pineapple- 13 votes
Sweet pea- 12 votes
Peppermint- 12 votes
Cinnamon- 12 votes
Patchouli- 11 votes
Eucalyptus- 11 votes
Lily of the Valley- 11 votes

Fragrance notes that received votes of 10 votes or less are:  grapefruit, amber, cranberry, orange, caramel, cherry, buttercream, clove, ginger, bergamot, carnation, anise, lemongrass, oakmoss, chocolate, melon, almond, tulip, honeysuckle, honey, powder, maple, hazelnut, musk, tea tree, ylang ylang, fresh cut grass, bubblegum, pine, clover, fig, tea, pecan, hyacinth, cedar, fresh baked, jack fruit, peony, tuberose, neroli, sage, hydrangea, ivy, ozone, vetiver, heather, wine, yuzu, and Tonka bean.

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Jun
29

Coconut Vanilla Fragrance Oil

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Coconut Vanilla Fragrance Oil

 

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 This particular polyvore set features Nature Garden’s Coconut Vanilla Fragrance Oil.  One of my favorite polyvore sets this week!  I love the use of pink and yellow together in this set; very summery (is that a word)?    Natures Garden Fragrance Oils are frequently used on Polyvore to create masterpiece sets like this one!  If you are not aware of the Polyvore Set contest Natures Garden is currently having, please visit the Contest Page on our website for more information.

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