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Aug
19

Maple Sugar Fragrance Oil


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Maple Sugar Fragrance OilMaple Sugar Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Maple Sugar Fragrance Oil is a sugary scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a perfect imitation of sweet maple syrup that is perfect for breakfast lovers and sweet scent lover alike. In fact, many customers use this fragrance oil both on its own and as a mix with other fragrances.  One reviewer from received this fragrance with her package on an Aroma Bud.  It was love at first sniff! “I received an aroma bud in my recent order, and I am completely in love with this scent. When you close your eyes and smell it you would think there is the real thing in front of you. I will be purchasing a large bottle of this in my next purchase for sure. I am completely blown away with this scent.”

What Does Maple Sugar Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of warm maple sugar and butter.

How Do Our Customers Use Maple Sugar Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

This sweet maple fragrance oil would be a great addition to a variety of unique bath and body recipes. Sugar scrubs, bath oils, bath fizzies and many other bath products can include up to 5% of this maple fragrance oil. In fact, this would include any body product that will be washed off you skin. The same can be said for products such as body butters, lotions, perfumes, or other handcrafted body products. When using Maple Sugar Fragrance Oil, these types of products can also include 5% fragrance. Additionally, any homemade scented cleaning supplies can be made with up to 5% of this maple scent.

Also, this sugary sweet scent would make a perfect addition to handmade soap recipes. CP soapmaking would be an awesome option. You should take a look at our Cold Process Soap Testing Results Video for this maple scent. This fragrance was perfect in our cold process soap recipe.  Our batch containing this fragrance had no  ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. The final product had a very strong and true maple syrup scent. While the bar will discolor to a brown, it is likely that adding vanilla white stabilizer will reduce this discoloration. Since the vanillin content is 3% in the fragrance oil, it is likely that much of the discoloration is caused by this ingredient. However, there are more than forty ingredients used in fragrance manufacturing that could contribute to discoloration of products.

How Do Our Customers Use Maple Sugar Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Homemade room scenting products can be created with this sticky sweet fragrance oil. Potpourri and incense can each use this syrup scent at a maximum of 50% in the overall recipe. Aroma bead products will hold a scent that is both nice and strong for this fragrance oil.

Further, this maple syrup fragrance oil can be included perfectly in candle recipes. Homemade scented candles can utilize up to 10% of this maple fragrance oil. Pillars and container candles made with our WOW Wax, Joy Wax, Pillar of Bliss, or soy waxes all produced candles with phenomenal cold and hot scent throw. If you don’t know which color you want to add to your candle products, then we would suggest that you use color them a warm brown.  When using liquid dye, we recommend four drops of Spectrum brown liquid candle dye with one drop of Spectrum red liquid candle dye. If you prefer color blocks, a small amount of shredded brown and red color blocks will produce a beautiful color for the scent. These suggestions are based on a four pound batch.

If you’re anything like me, just reading this has left you craving some scrumptious maple sugar candy.  Am I right?  Well, have I got the recipe for you!  You have got to try this Maple Syrup Candy Recipe. So, when you’re ready, hop over to our site and pick out your candy mold.  Then, make these delicious treats! Let us know how your maple candies and other handcrafted creations come out by snapping a photo of your finished product for Instagram, and tagging us @ngscents!

Aug
10

Vanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil


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Vanilla Champagne Fragrance OilVanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Pop the top on this shimmering, shining fragrance oil!  A grand entrance is made by this scent, as sparkling top notes combine with citrus, notes of rum, woods, and vanilla beans. Vanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil certainly starts the party!  The intoxicating blend of notes is a Nature’s Garden Original Fragrance! This fragrance has also received a customer-delivered perfect 5-star review!  A valued customer from Illinois writes “I made a melt and pour soap white and gold and this scent is totally awesome. I don’t know how but you can really smell the bubbles in this and don’t ask me how bubbles smell. It is just a wonderful fragrance that everybody loves…”  Uncork the champagne, make a vanilla champagne cocktail, and find your newfound love for this fragrance oil and let us know what you think!

What Does Vanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Vanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden dazzles customers all around with its surprisingly bubbly, bright aroma!  Top notes of bright lime and orange combine with sparkling aldehydic accents to create a fizzy accord.  The fragrance heart is formed by hints of green florals and rum liquor.  Clear woody tones combine with earthy accents while a base of vanilla bean surrounds the fragrance.

How Do Our Customers Use Vanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Products?

With Vanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil, you’ll be bubbling over with excitement for your bath and body products!  Bath bombs, gels, and oils perform nicely when the maximum recommendation of 5% fragrance oil is added.  We do not recommend a colorant for your bath and body products when using this fragrance.  However, if you wish to color your soap or body products, we recommend using liquid soap dye in the amount that satisfies you.

Soap makers can use 5% fragrance oil in hot process soap, melt and pour soap, or cold process soap recipes.  Our cold process soap testing results show that soaps made with this fragrance have a very strong scent retention!  There was no ricing and no separation.  This fragrance did not accelerate trace.  Cured soap discolored to a caramel color.

How Do Our Customers Use Vanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Products?

Get the party started by creating an uplifting atmosphere when you incorporate this scent in room scenting projects!  Those creating homemade air fresheners can incorporate up to 50% of this fragrance oil in their projects.  You can use this shimmering fragrance oil in incense and smelly jelly recipes.  This fragrance oil was also found to create strongly scented aroma beads.  Candles and wax tarts can be made using up to 10% fragrance with vegetable and paraffin wax.  It does nicely in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and even Pillar of Bliss Wax.  If you wish to color your candles or tarts, you may use one drop of brown liquid candle dye or shredded brown color blocks.  Do not use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

Vanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil will be a top shelf addition to any of your scented product lines!  Handmade perfumes perform well with this fragrance when a maximum of 5% fragrance oil is used.  Homemade lotions can be created using Vanilla Champagne Fragrance Oil.  We recommend lotion recipes use no more than 5% fragrance oil.  Homemade cleaning recipes can also be created using a maximum of 5%.