Blood Orange Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight
Natures Garden’s Blood Orange Fragrance Oil is inspired by an actual fruit. The blood orange is a natural mutation of the orange. While they originated in Sicily, southern Italy and Spain, some are grown in California. Blood oranges do not sound appetizing, but they are juicy and sweet with a dark red anterior. They are “bloody” due to the pigment anthocyanin, which is also found in cherries and red cabbage. Reportedly, anthocyanin has many health benefits due to it being a powerful antioxidant that can slow or prevent the growth of cancer cells–and even kill them. By the same token, blood oranges are noted for high amounts of Vitamin C, potassium, Vitamin A, iron, calcium, and even fiber. They are sweeter than oranges and less acidic. The blood orange juice should be consumed the same day it is juiced as it ferments quickly. They are in season from December to May. When purchasing blood oranges, you want to look for ones that heavier for their size and firm to the touch.
What Does Blood Orange Fragrance Oil Smell Like?
Blood Orange Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden can be described as a tangy, juicy orange scent with just a touch of floral thyme.
How Do Our Customers Use Blood Orange Fragrance Oil?
Let’s face it, life would be boring without color. I’d like to write about the coloring suggestions for Blood Orange Fragrance Oil! Candle makers intrigued by this blood orange fragrance oil, 4 drops orange liquid candle dye plus 2 drops red liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax is suggested. If you would rather use color blocks, a small amount of shredded red and orange color block per 4 pounds of wax. Never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick. For homemade bath and body products, red liquid soap colorant and orange liquid soap colorant in the amount you desire. Never use candle dye in any body products.
How do you prefer to change the aroma of your home? Is it through potpourri and/or incense or through different cleaning products. Potpourri and/or incense have a maximum usage of 50% while cleaning products have a maximum usage of 5%. For a quick air freshener, add a few drops of this oil to a spray bottle of water and spray the rooms that need a pick me up.
For all the goddesses who prefer homemade soaps and bath and body products, the maximum usage is 5%. Cold process soap testing was performed by our staff. The results showed, a perfect pour and no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and no discoloration. Blood Orange Fragrance Oil has great scent retention. The use of stick blenders can help to incorporate fragrance back into the soap in the event that it rices during the mixing process. Also, soaping at room temperature can help to reduce the likelihood of accelerated trace. Blood Orange Fragrance Oil performed well in bath oils, bath gels, and lotions and performed perfectly in perfumes.
To place your order for this juicy delight, go to the search bar on Natures Garden’s site and type in “blood orange fragrance oil” and it will take you right to the page to place your order so that you can get started today!