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Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil

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Natures Garden’s Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil a Natures Garden Original Fragrance Oil.

Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil- Fragrance Oil Spotlight

A perfect Halloween/Fall/any time scent, Natures Garden’s Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil definitely deserves acknowledgement.  This sensual scent is alluring and playful, yet sophisticated and complex.  Any fragrance oil that is referred to as beautiful, strong, and exotic in the same sentence will undeniably turn some heads in your products.  Some of our customers even attribute Vamp Vogue Fragrance as smelling comparable to a high end perfume.

What does Vamp Vogue Smell Like? 

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a sexy, gothic statement, beginning with top notes of Blood Orange, Ruby Red Grapefruit, and Mandarin; followed by middle notes of Geranium, Bourbon, Oak Moss, and Dark Patchouli; sitting on notes of Black Amber, Sandal Tree, Cashmere, and Musk. An NG Original Fragrance!

How Do Our Customers Use Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil?

For all you candle crafters or home scenters out there; Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil is used in all kinds of waxes like paraffin, parasoy blends, soy blends, Pillar, soy, Joy and WOW waxes.   This fragrance oil also has awesome hot scent throw and is highly recommended.  On the home scenting end, this fragrance oil also works well for hanging air fresheners, potpourri scented pouches, electric warmers, and room refreshing sprays.

On the bath and body end, this fragrance fares well.  The usage percent for Vamp Vogue Fragrance Oil is 5%, and is used to make:  sugar scrubs, shower gels, melt and pour soaps, salt scrubs, body creams, roll-ons,  homemade lotions, bubble baths, body spritz, and bubble bombs; just to name a few.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance oil behaves well and the scent really blooms after cure.   Here are the official results:  No acceleration.  Soaps nicely.  Discolors to a tan.  Scent holds well.

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