Traditionally, spring doesn’t officially arrive until March 21, but to me the unofficial start to spring is St. Patrick’s day. I think the reason for that is St. Patrick’s Day color is green and the official “flower” is the shamrock and to me that says spring is arriving! What started out as a religious feast day in the 17th century has turned into a worldwide celebration of parades, wearing o’ the green, music, dancing and of course eating corned beef and cabbage! (My personal favorite!) So let’s celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with some fresh new fragrances to add to your line of soaps. Here are Nature’s Garden’s 15 Best St. Patrick’s Day fragrance oils. Enjoy exploring some fun ways to help inspire you to create.
Ahhhh! That’s how I feel when I smell this fragrance oil. 4-Leaf Clover fragrance oil is a blend of floral, green and mossy! This is a beautiful light spring scent that will keep people coming back for more. A Nature’s Garden best seller!
4-Leaf Clover did give some issue in CP soap, but don’t let that intimidate you! The scent retention stays strong and true and makes it all worth it. There is moderate ricing, slight acceleration, but no separation! Definitely workable with a stick blender. There was also no discoloring. 4-Leaf Clover is amazing in bath and body products such as lotion or even perfume. It also worked well in candles and melts!
This yummy fragrance deserves it’s own recipe so Nature’s Garden created 4-Leaf Clover Layered Soap! This recipe is so easy using Melt and Pour soap and some pretty spring green Fun Soap colorants! What a fun addition this would make if you are looking for some St. Patrick’s Day inspiration for your product line!
Yes, Beer Fragrance Oil folks! Not only is it a popular fragrance for men, it’s a cool fragrance to use for St. Patrick’s Day! A definite knock-off of the real thing! Rich malty hops with a delicate touch of fruit! A good fragrance for your men’s line of bath and body products. Or even to add to any line with unique fragrances.
Testing in CP soap, Beer fragrance oil had some acceleration, therefor soaping at room temperature is a suggestion. There was no ricing or no separation. It does discolor to a light beige which is a perfect color for beer, right? Beer fragrance oil kept its scent strong throughout its cure. It also did well in candles, air fresheners and in bath and body products.
Nothing could be cooler than this fun Red Solo Cup Soap Recipe! Using an actual solo cup, diamond clear melt and pour soap, and an ivory bath pouf for the “foam”, you will have truly unique soap display! You can choose to show off your talents in the red solo cup or out so it can truly be appreciated!
This fragrance oil has such a fresh clean smell! A spa-like fragrance of citrus, tarragon and bamboo! Very crisp! It is a Nature’s Garden best seller and an original!
Bergamot & Tarragon fragrance oil worked beautifully in CP soap. No ricing, separation or acceleration! There was zero discoloring and the scent retention was awesome! This fragrance also worked wonderfully in bath and body products and in candles and air fresheners as well.
So many people love to make their own hair care products and it really is an easy process. Nature’s Garden created a wonderfully simple Bergamot & Tarragon Hair Conditioner. Few ingredients are needed for this recipe such as Sweet Almond Oil, which is very good for hair as it is light and not greasy at all, and Vitamin E and vegetable glycerin which is a wonderful emollient.
Coconut Lime Verbana fragrance oil is a best seller here at Nature’s Garden. Citrus-y fresh with a light floral background and a touch of musk. Very light and clean.
Coconut Lime Verbana did very well when tested in CP soap. There was no ricing, acceleration or separation. No discoloring and the scent retention stayed strong and true throughout the cure. This fragrance also did well in bath and body products, perfume and in candles.
“You put the lime in the coconut and drink it all up.” Or, “You put the soap in the coconut and use it all up” in this case! This Coconut Lime Verbana Soap Bowl recipe is such a fun display! It’s so easy by using melt and pour soap to create your “coconut” and the little “coconut” square soaps all scented with Coconut Lime Verbana! How cute would this look sitting out for your customers to admire?
This refreshing fragrance oil is a complex arrangement of melons, floral, teakwood and sandalwood. Very original and clean! Cucumber Splash be wonderful in a spa line of soaps and lotions!
When Cucumber Splash was tested in CP soap it did wonderfully! An easy fragrance to work with as there was no ricing, acceleration or separation. There was also no discoloring and the scent stayed strong! Works beautifully in bath and body products as well as candles and air fresheners.
Here is a lovely Cucumber Cream Recipe that is wonderful for the skin. So simple to create and you will have a luscious creamy-thick lotion that smells light and fresh and will leave your skin soft and hydrated. A wonderful pick-me-up for tired, dry skin.
English Ivy fragrance oil is a botanical accord of forest fern, green leaves and cut stems is blended with a soft floral bouquet at the heart of the scent. Earthy base notes of musk add softness to the fragrance. Very light and clean!
English Ivy tested fairly well in CP soap. There was no ricing or separation. There was some acceleration at trace, so we suggest soaping at room temperature. No discoloring and the fragrance stayed strong throughout the cure!
Do you need an easy CP soap for St. Patrick’s Day? Our St. Patty’s Day Cold Process Soap Recipe is the perfect inspiration. Swirled with bright green Fun Soap and scented with English Ivy, it’s a perfect addition to any St. Patrick’s Day line!
Nothing says spring or (St. Patrick’s Day) like this fragrance oil! NG Aloe & White Lilac fragrance oil is fresh, complex scent of petitgrain, bergamot, lilac and a touch of vanilla! A lovely green scent for a fresh line of soaps or lotions!
This lovely fragrance oil tested wonderfully in CP soap. There was slight acceleration, so soaping at room temperature is suggested. However, there was no ricing, separation or discoloring. Its scent retention was wonderful and worked beautifully in candles, and bath and body products! A definite “soapy” winner!
This fun St. Patrick’s Day Candle recipe is super easy to make. If you are familiar with our 464 Soy Wax than you know this candle will already have a wonderful scent throw, both hot and cold! We’ve used beeswax to create the cute shamrock decoration and of course NG Aloe & White Lilac fragrance oil to complete it! Simple and sweet!
Dandelion Pear fragrance oil sounds like a strange combination but the two actually compliment each other! Dandelion has a slightly bitter scent, but the pear and a touch aloe come in to mellow it out! A fresh, clean scent!
Dandelion Pear tested positive on all counts of the soaping scale! No ricing, acceleration, separation or discoloring. Easy to work with and the scent was nice and strong after it’s cure. It also worked beautifully in candles, and all bath and body products. This also did well in air fresheners as well.
Nature’s Garden created an amazing Herbal Soap Recipe using this fragrance oil. It’s packed with skin beneficial ingredients such as mango and shea butters along with Sunflower Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, just to name a couple. You will have sweet, soft skin that feels healthy and hydrated. With a sprinkling of Chamomile Flowers on top and some smiley face embeds, you have a very pretty soap to show off!
This fragrance oil is a major best seller at Nature’s Garden! Eucalyptus & Spearmint is an invigorating herbal blend of eucalyptus and spearmint with fresh citrus lemon, lavender flowers, and a hint of sage. This is our version of BBW’s Eucalyptus and Spearmint!
When we tested Eucalyptus & Spearmint in CP soap there was no ricing, separation or discoloring. There was some acceleration, so try soaping at room temperature to help prevent this. Worked wonderfully in bath and body products and in candles. Makes a lovely lotion or even a room freshener. The scent stays strong and fresh.
Here’s an easy recipe for a wonderful Refreshing Foot Soak! This would make a nice gift to give or to add to your Eucalyptus & Spearmint line of body care! Epsom salts are awesome for relieving stress and sore muscles. With the relaxing fresh scent of mint and eucalyptus, not only will your senses relax, but so will those tired feet!
Fresh Cut Grass fragrance oil may seem like a summer fragrance, but I instantly smell green when I give this fragrance a sniff and think of St. Patrick’s Day. It’s a true to-it’s-name scent that is a fun to work and create with!
Fresh Cut Grass was a dream to work with. No ricing, acceleration, or separation. Absolutely no discoloring and the scent retention stayed strong throughout the cure time. It also worked very well in candles, bath and body products and in air fresheners!
I believe one of the loveliest scents on earth is the smell of fresh cut grass. A sweet, green fragrance that of course, reminds me of a hot summer day! My most favorite thing in the world! Nature’s Garden created this fun candle that incorporates TWO fragrances! In The Garden Candle recipe has Garden Dirt fragrance oil for the base and Fresh Cut Grass for the top. You will have the scent of a freshly turned garden filling up your room. A nice burn for a cold, wintry day when you are ready for some fresh, new smells!
Green Clover and Aloe fragrance oil is Nature’s Garden’s take on BBW’s Green Clover & Aloe. A wonderfully fresh floral fragrance with a light citrus and woodsy undertone! Perfect for soaps and bath and body products!
This fragrance oils worked perfectly in CP soap! No ricing, acceleration or separation! There was no discoloring and the scent was strong and beautiful throughout its cure! Worked very well in all bath and body products, candles and in air fresheners!
St. Patrick’s Day at Nature’s Garden wouldn’t be complete without this clever and easy Pot o Gold Candle Recipe. Using beeswax to create the rainbow and pot o’ gold and our awesome Joy Wax, which has a wonderful hot and cold scent throw, you can easily create a fun candle to display or sell!
This fragrance oil is a best seller, not just for St. Patrick’s Day, but all year long! Green Irish fragrance oil has a fresh, crisp soapy scent of lemon, iris and light sandalwood, it’s a very nice addition to your men’s line or just for the man in your life!
Green Irish worked very positive in our CP testing. There was no ricing, acceleration or separation. No discoloring and the scent retention stayed strong and true! This fragrance also did wonderfully in candles, bath and body products and in air fresheners.
Now here’s a true St. Patrick’s Day Candle! Green beer is a definite must and why shouldn’t your candles reflect that as well? Green Beer Candle recipe is so easy! Using gel wax for the “beer” and soy wax for the “foam” this would be a definite fun addition to show off your talents!
Green Tea fragrance oil is a beautiful fragrance for soap! It has a light, natural aroma of warm steeping green tea leaves.
This fragrance oil was wonderful to work with! No acceleration, ricing or separation in our CP soap testing and also there was no discoloring and the scent retention stayed strong after its cure. Green Tea also did very well in candles and in bath and body products.
Here’s a lovely recipe called Green Tea Blooming Bath Oil. Nothing could get any easier than mixing up some skin nourishing oils such as Sweet Almond Oil, Vitamin E and Apricot Kernel Oil. You can relax with the warm aroma of Green Tea and your skin will be well hydrated and silky smooth.
Rainbows are definately part of St. Patrick’s Day lore! So Rainbow fragrance oil is a definite must in the 15 Best St. Patrick’s Day list! This fragrance smells like a bowl filled with a rainbow-colored fruit salad! Raspberries, kiwi, pears, grapes and peaches permeate the air with this yummy scent!
Our Rainbow fragrance oil worked very well in our CP soap testing. Although there was some slight ricing, it stick blends out quickly. There was no acceleration, separation or discoloring! The scent retention remained strong with no fading. This fragrance oil also tested well in candles and bath and body products.
Rainbow fragrance oil deserves it’s own recipe, right? What could be better than a Rainbow Candle recipe! This recipe is amazingly quick and easy to create. Using Pillar of Bliss and our bright liquid candle dyes, you can make a bunch of these to give out as gifts or even to stock up to sell in no time!
Here is another spa-inspired fragrance oil that smells fresh and invigorating! A unique blend beginning with subtle top notes of lemon rind and fresh palm leaves, followed by fresh watercress and aloe notes, and finishing with jasmine & eucalyptus. Watercress & Aloe fragrance oil will surely put a spring in your step!
Watercress & Aloe worked beautifully in CP soap testing! No ricing, separation or acceleration! Scent retention was strong and there was no discoloring. This fragrance oil also did well in candles and in bath and body products.
Nature’s Garden created Chamomile Clay Soap Recipe and it truly is a simple process! Using Diamond Clear and Oatmeal melt and pour soap and rhassoul clay powder that contains skin-loving minerals like silicon, iron, sodium, magnesium, potassium that help cleanse, refresh, and tone the skin. Plus it has the light, refreshing scent of Watercress & Aloe that gives this soap it’s spa appeal!
There you have it! Nature’s Garden 15 Best St. Patrick’s Day fragrance oils that are sure to inspire you to freshen up for the month of March! You may even find that some of these fragrances may be best sellers for you all year long! Enjoy!