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Vanilla Silk Fragrance Oil

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Dubbed by our customers as a top vanilla scent in the market, Natures Garden’s Vanilla Silk Fragrance Oil is a best seller.  This creamy and decedent vanilla makes quite an impression in your products too.  Your customers will love the rich, buttery, sweetness that this fragrance oil provides.  And, some even better news about this fragrance oil; it is a phenomenal mixer too!

What does Vanilla Silk Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a warm luscious aroma of creamy vanilla. A Best Seller!

How Do Our Customers Use Vanilla Silk Fragrance Oil?

If you are a candle crafter, Vanilla Silk Fragrance Oil is used in paraffin, WOW, Joy, advanced soy, Pillar of Bliss, Palm, and Golden Foods Soy waxes.  Although the cold scent throw with this fragrance is good, the hot scent throw is absolutely wonderful.  If you are a home scenter, vanilla silk fragrance oil is used in smelly jellies, sachet beads, and room freshening sprays too.

For bath and body crafters, this fragrance oil is limitless. The usage percent for this fragrance oil is 4%, and the Vanillin Content is 8.6% so Vanilla White Color Stabilizer is advised by our customers to stabilize discoloration in finished products.  This creamy fragrance is used to make: lotions, bubble baths, body scrubs, body sprays, melt and pour soaps, and whipped body butters just to name a few.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this fragrance oil is delicious.  Here are the official results:  Perfect Pour, no ricing, no acceleration.  Smells like a yummy vanilla creme once added to the soap!  Discolors to a chocolate brown.

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