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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!

Jul
14

Funny Candle Scents


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Funny Candle ScentsFunny Candle Scents

What’s better than a great scented candle? A great scented candle with a name that makes you laugh! At Nature’s Garden we have quite a few of funny candle scents. Whether you are looking for a funny name, unique scents, or prank candles we have a little something for everyone. Some of our fragrance oils have funny or bizarre names, but smell absolutely perfect. Just a typical, great fragrance oil. However, some of our fragrance oils are more unique. These fragrance oils are perfect for creating candles that are sure to stand out. Plus, you may even get a laugh. Whether your candles are enjoyed for humor or its amazing scent your creations will still be loved!

Funny Candles Scent Funny Fragrance Oil NamesFunny Candles Scent Funny Fragrance Oil Names

First, we have a few of our fragrance oils that have entertaining names. These scents have been given some silly and maybe even slightly disturbing names. However, each one of these fragrance oils has the amazing, high quality Natures Garden aroma. It is a perfect combination of absurdity and addicting fragrances that will have everyone interested!

Funny Candle Scents Monkey Farts Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Monkey Farts Fragrance Oil

Our first candle scent is Monkey Farts! Now, you may be thinking, “I’m lighting candles to cover up the fart smell. I’m not about to fill my house with it.”. But, this fragrance oil is totally not what you’d expect it to be! This scent 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.

Funny Candle Scents Love Juice Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Love Juice Fragrance Oil

Next, you could try a whiff of our Love Juice Fragrance Oil. This scent is certainly pleasing and we’re pretty sure that you’d enjoy it as much as we do! This fragrance oil is a flirtatious fragrance that is reminiscent of a couple that is in love and having fun. Of course, the aroma is an orange bouquet with the nectar of juicy peaches and soft musk with notes of orange, peach, apricot, gardenia, jasmine, and dry musk.

 Funny Candle Scents Beach Bum Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Beach Bum Fragrance Oil

If you are curious, then chance a sniff on our Beach Bum Fragrance Oil! This scent perfectly captures the free summertime spirit of a real beach bum. While you may not want to run up and sniff anybody just yet, we can guarantee that we display the soul of this experience. Our fragrance oil captures this perfectly with the essence of summer days at the beach. This aroma has a combination of juicy mandarin, sand jasmine, and refreshing oceanic mist.

Funny Candle Scents Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Jamaica Me Crazy Fragrance Oil

Girl, you Jamaica Me Crazy and so does this scent! Cheesy pick up line aside, this tropical aroma is pretty great for making candles. This fragrance oil is a tropical paradise in a bottle that you will adore in your homemade candles. This intoxicating tropical aroma begins with top notes of mandarin, Mexican lime, tangerine, and kumquat; middle and base notes of watermelon, tart green apples, cantaloupe, and honeydew melon.

Funny Candle Scents Snowman Balls Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Snowman Balls Fragrance Oil

We all know that snow men have balls, they are men after all, but what do snowman balls smell like? Well quit sniffing snowballs and gather around because we found something even better for a sexy, magical snowman. Our  Snowman Balls Fragrance Oil is a sexy, spicy blend of peppercorns, nutmeg, and fresh clove; embodied with notes of elderberries, blackberries, plums, and fresh green oakmoss; with magical, effervescent top notes of carbonated fizzy pop and just a hint of cool mint.

Funny Candle Scents Sun Your Buns Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Sun Your Buns Fragrance Oil

Sun Your Buns captures the essence of a tropical vacation. Imagine the cool breeze off the water and the warm sun on your buns. This Natures Garden fragrance oil is a twist on a tropical treat. This scent has an amazing aroma of bananas with tangy pineapple, juicy peaches and sweet coconut milk infused with vanilla. So, no need to move those buns. Just sit back and enjoy this lovely candle.

Funny Candle Scents Butt Naked Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Butt Naked Fragrance Oil

If going out to sun your buns isn’t exactly what you are needing, then get butt naked! Fully immerse yourself in this perfect summer experience. Seriously though, this amazing fragrance oil is a tantalizing medley of granny smith apples and honeydew melon, strawberries, and pears, with hints of spice. This best selling scent is truly hard to resist.

Funny Candle Scents Hillbilly Homebrew Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Hillbilly Homebrew Fragrance Oil

While trying just any Hillbilly Homebrew can be taking a chance, ours captures the essence of the best out there. Any backwoods country boy can tell you when the moonshine is good. This fragrance has certainly got it! Our fragrance oil is the aroma of mulled cider with woodsy notes of oak, cinnamon bark, and cloves, with hints of wild berries. This scent is a fresh, true rendition of a well loved rural pastime.

Funny Candle Scents Lick Me All Over Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Lick Me All Over Fragrance Oil

Of course, the Lick Me All Over Fragrance Oil is an exotic and scrumptious temptation. This scent is a wonderful fragrance with base notes of raspberry, cantaloupe, and watermelon, middle notes of jasmine and violet, and fresh top notes of grapefruit and kumquat. While you may be tempted to lick your candle creations, we ask you to refrain. I swear that this scent doesn’t taste nearly as delicious as it smells!

Funny Candle Scents Goldie Dreadlocks Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Goldie Dreadlocks Fragrance Oil

Goldilocks has got a new hair do and a new attitude. Goldie Dreadlocks is still just as sweet as ever with a whole new style. Forget what you used to know because this chic is reinventing herself! This scent is a blend of  fruity florals, while sitting on sweet vanilla bean and a faint woodsy patchouli base.

Funny Candle Scents Sherlock Homie Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Sherlock Homie Fragrance Oil

Introducing, the fabulous Sherlock Homie! He is just as smart and sophisticated as the original, but this homie is a bit more down to earth. This aroma is a mysterious blend of watery notes with secret spices surrounded by precious woods.

Funny Candle Scents Elf Sweat Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Elf Sweat Fragrance Oil

Yeah, you heard us right Elf Sweat. This holiday aroma is here to remind you just how hard these sweet little fellas actually work. Luckily, elves are happy and sweet to the core. So, it’s safe to say this wouldn’t be your typical body odor. In fact, this aroma is a bubbly, magical blend of candy, candy canes, candy corn, and syrup, with effervescent spicy soda pop bubbles to provide a unique, magical top note.

Funny Candle Scents Cotton Headed Ninny Muggin Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Cotton Headed Ninny Muggin Fragrance Oil

Obviously, this fragrance oil was inspired by the hilarious Christmas movie, Elf. After Buddy says, “I’m a Cotton Headed Ninny Muggins!”, we got to thinking what this would smell like. So, we came up with the perfect fragrance oil for this cheerful holiday name. Cotton Headed Ninny Muggin Fragrance Oil begins with sweet, buttery, creamy coconut and vanilla frosting; leading to middle notes of powdery heliotrope and spicy hints; and sits on a powerful vanilla base.

Funny Candle Scents Reindeer Poo Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Reindeer Poo Fragrance Oil

With Santa flying his reindeer all over, there is bound to be some Reindeer Poo!  This holiday scent is perfect for making candles. Our Reindeer Poo Candle Recipe perfectly includes this scent into a wonderful product. Plus, this magical scent has bubbly top notes that coincide with the feeling children have when they see Santa’s reindeer magically flying through the sky. With top notes of apples and pears; followed by middle notes of eucalyptus, pine, and geranium; and well-balanced with base notes of vanilla, cedarwood, and patchouli, this fragrance oil is not only a Natures Garden original fragrance oil, it’s also a best-seller.

Funny Candle Scents Easter Bunny Burps Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Easter Bunny Burps Fragrance Oil

Another wonderful holiday scent is the aroma of  Easter Bunny Burps Fragrance Oil! You bet that this magical creature is sweet all the way through. Even his burps smell great! This vibrant blend of shimmering garden greens is highlighted with a hint of mint for a fresh sensation. This fragrance is 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.

Funny Candles Scent Unique Fragrance OilsFunny Candle Scents Unique Fragrance Oils

Next, we have our some of our more distinct and exceptional scents. These fragrance oils are not inherently funny but could be used to make some pretty great candles. If you aren’t making your candles funny, then these creations will at least have some entertaining scents! It will be hard to pass up sniffing these interesting candle scents. So, try creating some unique scented candles with our great fragrance oils!

Funny Candles Scent Bacon Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Bacon Fragrance Oil

Bacon is a widely loved food. In fact, some people are down right obsessed. We can’t really blame them though, bacon is pretty delicious. So, we decided to share our most accurate Bacon Fragrance Oil that we could get our hands on! This aroma is perfect for bacon lovers! In fact, you can use this scent to create the awesome Bacon Candle Recipe. This candle uses this scent to create a unique candle that looks like layered bacon!

Funny Candles Scent Beer Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Beer Fragrance Oil

Also, you may want to check out our beer scent!  This aroma is perfect for making non traditional candles that will be well loved. What beer drinker wouldn’t enjoy a fun beer scented candle in an actual mug? You will definitely want to try out our Beer Candle Recipe as it almost looks real! Plus, this scent is truly unique among all the beer aromas, as it is a true malt liquor aroma with a fruity twist. Our perfumist has creatively combined notes of malt liquor and hops with fruity notes of strawberry, pineapple, apple, and raspberry.

Funny Candles Scent Leather Jacket Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Leather Jacket Fragrance Oil

Who doesn’t enjoy the fresh aroma of new leather? Whether it reminds you of a new car, leather handbag, or a leather jacket this scent is exact to real life! We have found this fragrance oil to have the strong and true aroma of a brand new leather jacket. This scent is perfect for making your own handcrafted candles that will bring back the aroma of brand new leather whenever you need it!

Funny Candles Scent Garden Dirt Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Garden Dirt Fragrance Oil

Next, try creating some Garden Dirt candles! Guaranteed, this scent that will make you convinced we shoved potting soil in a fragrance oil bottle. Whether you enjoy the scent of garden fresh dirt or want to create a funny candle this is a great option for making candles! We used this aroma in our In the Garden Candle Recipe and it was perfect. We scented the flowers on top, sweet grass in the middle, and a true, fresh dirt scent at the bottom.

Funny Candles Scent Dill Pickle Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil

Just when you think you have smelled every fragrance oil on earth, Natures Garden presents our Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil! This scent is perfect for those looking for a new scent that is creative and fun. Plus, this scent is perfect for those that may be craving pickles, as this fragrance brings back precious memories of pickle cravings during pregnancy for some reason. Regardless, this aroma is a truly creative scent that will get your customers talking!

Funny Candles Scent Money Fragrance OilFunny Candle Scents Money Fragrance Oil

Our Money scent will have you smell like you’re loaded, even when you are flat out broke. Regardless of the situation, the scent of our Money Fragrance Oil won’t let you down. Make some rich scented candles and enjoy the feeling of having money to burn. This aroma smells just like fresh, new money. You can actually smell the cotton of the money, as well as the fresh ink top notes.

Funny Candle Scents Still Debating About Making Funny Candles

If you are used to making the typical candles, then trying out something more out there may seem frightening. But, you can say that you are more curious about a candle with an odd name. Whenever I hear an interesting candle name I just have to smell! So, it’s obvious that any candle made with one of the fragrance oils mentioned above are sure to be a great conversation piece!

Sep
21

Marmalade Spice Fragrance Oil


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Marmalade Spice Fragrance OilMarmalade Spice Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Marmalade Spice Fragrance Oil is an original scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is an interesting blend of sweet citrus notes with a plethora of delicious spice notes that creates a scrumptious citrus and spice marmalade fragrance. This jelly scent is so delicious, we are sure you will want to prepare your very own jar of homemade spiced orange marmalade!

What Does Marmalade Spice Fragrance Oil Smells Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a creative blend of citrus, spice, and woods. Marmalade Spice blends the aromas of: Valencia orange, clove bud, cinnamon, tangerine zest, fresh ginger, pomander, warm allspice, golden amber, and sheer musk. An NG Original Scent!

How Do Our Customers Use Marmalade Spice Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Customers love making homemade room scenting creations with this citrus fragrance oil. Create both potpourri and incense using a maximum scent concentration of 50% in the recipe. Also, aroma beads will maintain a nice and strong scent for this fragrance oil. In addition, any homemade cleaning products can be successfully scented with a max of  5% for this fragrance oil.

Our customers that happen to be candle makers can potentially use this fruity spice fragrance oil to create their own recipes. Candles that are made from vegetable waxes or paraffin wax are able to use up to 10% scent. Products that are made of Joy Wax or WOW Wax will both perform perfectly for this scent. Also, soy wax creations will retain a nice and strong aroma for this scent. We suggest using six drops of orange liquid candle dye along with two drops of brown liquid candle dye. Alternatively, an ample amount of orange and brown color blocks in the amounts that you enjoy will work too. Just remember that you should never use any crayons for the coloring of your candles as they will clog your wick.

How Do Our Customers Use Marmalade Spice Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Various bath and body creations can be made with this marmalade fragrance oil. Bath gels, bath oils, perfumes, lotions, and related products can be made using 5% of this sweet spicy fragrance oil in their formulations.

Lastly, soap makers can use this spiced marmalade fragrance oil to create homemade cold process soaps. In fact, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have revealed that this original scent works perfectly for this method of soap making. A batch containing this fragrance will have no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. The final products will have a strong scent retained. Also, after cure the bars of soap will not have any discoloration. Our coloring suggestion for this scent is using orange soap colorant in your own preferred amounts. Just don’t ever use candle dye to color these products due to the skin staining ability of these dyes.

This unique combination of fresh spice and sweet citrus is sure to make your mouth water! We hope that you love our scrumptious Marmalade Spice Fragrance Oil in your various products and creations.