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Dec
09

Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance


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Blackberry Bling Bling FragranceBlackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden puts the bling in bling bling.  Bling Bling is a slang term popularized in the hip hop culture.  It actually has several different definitions most of which consist of words such as expensive, ostentatious, high class and flashy all of which normally refer to clothes or fashionable jewelry or similar expensive objects made of metal or other shiny materials.  Bling bling has also been used to describe other worldly possessions such as cell phones and cars.  For example, when used to show off one’s fancy items, one might say “he or she is bling blingin’ now!”.  Jay Z and Jermaine Dupri were the first to use this term back in 1998 in the song “Money Ain’t a Thang”, but Cash Money Millionaires made it popular with with the song “Bling Bling” in 1999.

What Does Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This spicy and sparkling aroma is combination of juicy blackberries and bright citrus perfectly blended with fresh herbs.

An NG Original Fragrance! 

Top Notes:  blackberry, strawberry, raspberry, blood orange
Mid Notes:  pineapple, apple, pear, sage, basil
Base Notes:  bamboo leaves, lily, jasmine, clove

How Do Our Customers Use Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil? 

There are several different ways you can make your home smell amazing with this blackberry scent.  Cleaning products, the maximum usage is 5%. And with potpourri and incense, the maximum usage is 50%.  When using Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil for room scenting with aroma beads, the fragrance is nice and strong.

If your passionate about making homemade soap making as well as bath and body products, the maximum usage is 5%.  The results of our cold process soap testing showed perfect pour with no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.  The scent retention is strong and it discolors to a light beige.  This lovely scent also performs perfectly in perfumes.

Homemade candles maximum usage is 10%.  Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil performs perfectly in wow wax, joy wax, and is nice and strong in soy wax.

Coloring Suggestions:  Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil

For homemade bath and body products such as soap, bath oils, and bath gels, we suggest using purple soap colorant in the amount that satisfies you.  Never use candle dye in any body products.

For homemade candles, we suggest using 5 drops of purple liquid color dye and 1 drop of black liquid dye per 4 pounds of wax.  Never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

To get your hands on this high quality fragrance, just type “blackberry bling bling” into the search bar on our site.  The Blackberry Bling Bling Fragrance Oil page with pop up and you order immediately!

 

 

 

Oct
22

Basil


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basil Basil

Hi everyone! Are you looking for new crafts? Maybe a new herb to use in your bath and body products? Or maybe it’s your first time making soaps or bath and body products and you’re looking for a good herb to use? Well here it is! How about basil? Basil is a wonderful herb that can be used in a variety of ways in many different products and industries! It is most well known for being used in foods and for culinary purposes, but it can also be used for medicinal purposes, skin care, hair care, bath and body products and even soaping!

Basil, or otherwise known as ocimum basilicum, is an herb in the family Lamiaceae that is mainly used for culinary purposes. It is native to India, New Guinea, Southeast Asia, and China. It was first domesticated in India and has been cultivated for over 5,000 years there. The word basil comes from the Greek word βασιλεύ, meaning “king.” In India, it is believed that placing basil in the mouths of the dying ensures that they will reach God. Ancient Egyptians believed that basil would open the gates of heaven for their loved ones and in Europe, basil is placed in the hands of the dead to ensure a safe journey.

There are many medicinal benefits to using basil as well. There are anti-septic properties in the leaves that help treat wounds, ulcers, and cuts. It is also rich in vitamin A which helps to treat many eye problems such as sore eyes and blindness. Basil also helps to prevent glaucoma, cataracts, and degeneration of the eyes. Basil tea is said to help promote milk production in nursing mothers and it is said that mothers should take basil right before or after birth to promote blood circulation. The leaves are rich in phytonutrients and healing oils that treat malarial and dengue fevers. The leaves also help the body to form new blood cells and renew energy levels that can help stop weight gain. Basil can also be used to treat colds, sore throats, throat and mouth infections, headaches and migraines, restlessness and the pain caused from chicken pox, measles and small pox. It also helps to sharpen the mind and is a great stress reliever.

Many bath and body can contain basil as well. Many common products are lotions, ointments, creams, massage oils, bath teas, bath bombs, bath teas, facials tonics and masks, and shampoos and conditioners. Basil is a great exfoliant for the skin, and also helps to treat acne and prevent blackheads, and treats many skin infections and even ringworm. It can prevent gray hair and hair loss and also gives hair a better luster when used as an infusion in shampoos and conditioners. Basil also helps to strengthen the hair and rejuvenate the hair follicles. When basil is used for soap making, it gives the soap a wonderful aroma, is a gentle skin exfoliant and treats acne problems.

Wondering how to find this awesome product on our site? Just type “basil” in the search bar! That will take you directly to a page titled “Search Results for “Basil.”” It shows our ground basil leaf, and all of our wonderful basil fragrances! Our basil class is also available right there! Enjoy! And watch out for more Enlightened by Layla! Looking for new recipes? Check out all of our free classes and recipes!

basil results pageNote: Natures Garden sells our herbs for external use only. We do not sell them as food items. (The information we provide is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration). Keep all herbs out of reach of children and pets. Special care should be taken by pregnant and/or lactating women when handling herbs. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our herbs. All testing is the responsibility of the customer.

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