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Mar
27

Powerful Fragrance Oils for Wax Melts


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Powerful Fragrance Oils for Wax MeltsPowerful Fragrance Oils for Wax Melts

When it comes to scenting any room in your house, you are always looking for a strong scent that is gonna stay around for a good while. There are many powerful fragrance oils for your wax melts at Nature’s Garden that you can use in your wax tart recipes that will keep your room smelling wonderful for a long time. However, there are ways to ensure that you have a stronger scent throw in your melter.  For example, you may want to choose a heavier fragrance oil. What ever your use, we will talk about some of our client’s favorite scents for wax melts.  We will also talk about choosing more complex fragrance oils.

Why Choose Heavier Fragrance Oils for your Wax Melts?

Are you looking for a strong aroma in your home that you will enjoy? Using a strong fragrance oil in your wax melts will ensure that your home is completely filled with good scents. A fragrance oil will smell differently in the bottle than it will in your finished wax melts. The reasoning behind this is because in the bottle all you smell are the top notes. Then, when the fragrance is mixed into the wax melts, you will smell the incorporation of all three notes. Choosing heavier fragrance oils will ensure that you are able to distinguish these notes more clearly in your final product. Also, depending on the size of the room that your wax melts are melted in, you may need stronger fragrances to encompass the whole room.

What Makes These Fragrances Heavier?

There are several factors that play into making a fragrance oil more strong than another. All of the fragrance oils sold at Nature’s Garden are already 100% concentrated. This means that our fragrance oils aren’t diluted, and you will get the full aroma of the fragrance. This is one of the factors that plays into a strong fragrance oil.

Next to the concentration of the fragrance, the evaporation time is another factor that plays into its strength. More complex fragrances, meaning fragrance oils that have top, middle, and base notes, tend to linger longer. The first impression you get of a fragrance oil is the scent of the top note. After the top note evaporates, you get the aroma of the middle notes. Finally, the base notes in the scent round it out, anchoring the scent and allowing it to linger longer. The stronger fragrance and more complex the notes, the longer it will typically linger.

Now, let’s talk about single notes scents. While some single note scents will still be strong and work well in a burner, often they tend to fade away a bit sooner than more complex scents. A single note scent doesn’t have base notes to anchor it.  So, while it might still be strong and wonderful, it is more likely it won’t have as much longevity when compared side by side to a more complex fragrance oil.

Other ways to Use Strong Fragrance Oils

Besides using these fragrance oils for standard wax melts or candle making, there are a lot of different applications for them. Another application for a strong fragrance oil is in our perfume and body spray recipes using a body safe fragrance oil. If you like to make a bold impression with your aroma, then this application is perfect for you to use. Nature’s Gardens’ recipes for different body spray and perfume recipes as well. Another use for our strong fragrance oils is with our room scenting recipes. Some examples of our room scenting recipes include potpourri recipes, scoopable wax recipes, aroma beads, and many more. There are many other different applications that you can try for yourself.

 

Powerful Fragrance Oils for Your Wax Melts - Apple Orchard Fragrance OilPowerful Fragrance Oils for Wax Melts – Apple Orchard Fragrance Oil

When the crisp, cool autumn weather finally settles in there is nothing more refreshing than the scent of a fresh apple orchard. A wax recipe that Nature’s Garden has that you can incorporate this fragrance oil in is our Pure Soy Wax Candle. This candle is simple to make and contains a wonderful aroma that the soy wax tends to absorb. Apple Orchard Fragrance Oil is composed of notes of Cameo, McIntosh, Red Delicious, Fuji, and Granny Smith apples. These fresh apple scents make the fragrance oil strong in notes of apple, and a great fresh scent for your candle wax applications. You can also make your own wax melts at home, and experiment with this fragrance oil in our raw ingredients. Let us know what you think of the scent!

 

Powerful Fragrance Oils for Your Wax Melts - Blueberry Muffin Fragrance OilPowerful Fragrance Oils for Wax Melts – Blueberry Muffin Fragrance Oil

Blueberry Muffin Fragrance Oil is the perfect scent to use to make your home smell like a fresh bakery. Blueberry muffins are usually a baker’s delicacy, as they incorporate the fresh taste of a blueberry with the sweet taste of a muffin. This fragrance oil uses top notes of blueberry, strawberry, cherry, and orange zests. Then, it is followed by middle notes of butter, cinnamon, and cake. All these notes are sitting on a base of vanilla, almond, and baked muffin. When used in wax melts, this fragrance oil will fill up your room with these delicious notes very quickly. Anyone can enjoy this scent in any candle wax application, including our Blueberry Muffin Candle Recipe. The Blueberry Muffin Candle Recipe looks like a real blueberry muffin, and smells like one as well.

 

Powerful Fragrance Oils for Your Wax Melts - Coco Mango Fragrance OilPowerful Fragrance Oils for Wax Melts – Coco Mango Fragrance Oil

Another powerful fragrance oil that you can use in your wax melts recipe is our Coco Mango Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil is a blend of coconut and mango scents. This strong fragrance oil is the perfect choice for a fresh, tropical vibe in your home. This fragrance oil starts with top notes of mango and strawberry; followed by middle notes of elderberries and ripe papaya; finished off with bottom notes of coconut, vanilla, and soft musk. As you can see, there are a lot of different fruity notes that go into this tropical fragrance, making it the perfect fresh scents for your home. When used in wax melts, you can place them anywhere inside your home, and that room will quickly begin to smell like your tropical paradise. There are also many other finished products at Nature’s Garden that you can test this fragrance oil in as well!

 

Powerful Fragrance Oils for Your Wax Melts - Fresh Brewed Coffee WORLDS BEST Fragrance OilPowerful Fragrance Oils for Wax Melts – Fresh Brewed Coffee WORLDS BEST Fragrance Oil

Something to look forward to when waking up in the morning is the aroma of freshly brewed coffee in the kitchen. I don’t know what it is about this scent, but it always gets me up and ready in the mornings. This strong fragrance oil creates the aroma of coffee by getting rid of the usual chocolaty base note and making this fragrance 100% coffee notes. When coloring the candle wax, this fragrance works well with a ratio of 5 drops brown liquid candle dye to 4 pounds of wax. If you enjoy the scent of freshly brewed coffee, then you don’t only have to smell it in the morning with wax melts. You can incorporate Fresh Brewed Coffee World’s Best Fragrance Oil into your wax melts recipe and burn them in your kitchen.

 

Powerful Fragrance Oils for Your Wax Melts - Fresh Linen Fragrance OilPowerful Fragrance Oils for Wax Melts – Fresh Linen Fragrance Oil

The fresh smell of clean linens after a load of cleaned laundry is always refreshing. The best feeling with clean laundry at times to is to snuggle in its warmth. Fresh Linen Fragrance Oil recreates that same feeling by using fragrance notes that give you that same warm, fuzzy feeling. This fragrance is very similar to Downy fabric softener, and uses a combination of scents. The notes that make up this fragrance oil are jasmine, lilac, peony, Egyptian musk, and French Vanilla. You can easily fill a room with the scent of this fragrance oil. You can use this scent in any room of your house to make it seem more uplifting and fuzzy. We even have a Fresh Linen Candle Recipe that you can make yourself and use this fragrance oil in.

 

Powerful Fragrance Oils for Your Wax Melts - Fruity Rings Fragrance OilPowerful Fragrance Oils for Wax Melts – Fruity Rings Fragrance Oil

Another fruity fragrance oil that is popular and incorporates a lot of different scents is our Fruity Rings Fragrance Oil. This scent is very strong and works well into any application, including our wax melts. Use this fragrance oil with our candle wax to fill any room. To create this aroma, this fragrance oil starts with top notes of lemon rinds, lime, and grapefruit. Then, the fragrance is followed by middle notes of lemongrass, lily, and verbena. Then, this fragrance oil is finished with a bottom note of vanilla sugar. When used in vegetable and paraffin waxes, the max usage of this fragrance oil is recommended to be no more than 10%. With this being a stronger fragrance oil, it’s recommended to test this fragrance in waxes, before using in finished products.

Powerful Fragrance Oils for Your Wax Melts - Monkey Farts Fragrance OilPowerful Fragrance Oils for Wax Melts – Monkey Farts Fragrance Oil

This fun and fruity fragrance oil is strong and perfect to use in any type of candle wax. Kids will get a laugh out of the name of this fragrance oil, and will even enjoy it’s aroma as well. Monkey Farts Fragrance Oil starts off with top notes of fresh bananas and juicy grapefruit. Next, this fragrance uses middle notes of kiwi, juicy bubblegum, and strawberries. All of these notes sit on top of a bottom note of vanilla. A fun recipe for the kids that uses this fragrance is our Monkey Farts Slime Recipe. On top of our slime recipe, there are many candle wax uses that you can get out of this fragrance oil as well. When this strong fragrance oil is burned in our candle waxes, it will create a strong sense of playfulness in any room. These fun fruity scents will be wonderful for anyone to enjoy.

Powerful Fragrance Oils for Your Wax Melts - Ocean Mist Fragrance OilPowerful Fragrance Oils for Wax Melts – Ocean Mist Fragrance Oil

There is nothing more relaxing than sitting back in a beach chair on the beach next to the ocean. The feeling of the fresh ocean mist hitting your face is something that will soothe any tensions. This Ocean Mist Fragrance Oil recreates that calm sensation by fusing notes to create a relaxing melody of aromas. This fragrance oil uses a complex combination of carnations, lily of the valley, and hyacinth to create it’s top notes of fragrances. These top notes sit on top of a base of oakmoss and white musk to create this fragrance. When used in our wax melts, this strong scent will make any room feel like you are right by the ocean. These strong scents will linger in the air, and will feel like ocean mist filling your room.

Powerful Fragrance Oils for Your Wax Melts - Pomegranate Fragrance OilPowerful Fragrance Oils for Wax Melts – Pomegranate Fragrance Oil

There is no better taste of fresh fruit than that of a pomegranate. Nature’s Gardens’ Pomegranate Fragrance Oil is as close to the fresh aroma of a pomegranate as you are going to get. This amazing fragrance works well in a lot of different applications. You can easily smell this fragrance in any room. This fragrance oil will give you the same sensation as that of smelling a freshly sliced pomegranate. This fragrance oil tends to perform well in wow wax, joy wax, and is very strong in soy wax. Some other applications for this fragrance oil include: soap making, perfumes, bath and body products, and room scenting. This fragrance oil will freshen up any room when used in our candle waxes and will keep any room scented for a while.

Let’s change our focus to talking about the effects of using different scents. This article “11 Scents That Can Do Wonders For Your Well-Being“, talks about different effects that different scents can have on a person. One of the interesting correlations that I came across in this article was that the scent of apples can be used to mitigate the effects of a migraine. There was a study done that shows that the scent of a crisp apple can reduce the effects of a headache and shorten the length of a migraine episode. So, next time you have a headache, cut open a fresh apple, take in the scents, and see how well it helps you. Another interesting one is that fresh cut grass can make you more joyful.

Oct
26

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe


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Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe

There is something about Autumn and the holidays that make you want to create a warm, cozy home. I suppose it is similar to hibernating. If you are going to spend most of your time indoors during the cold weather, then making your home a snug place to come home to is your hibernation time. There is nothing better than walking in the front door of your home to warmth, family, pets and good smells to make you feel safe and happy to be there! Nature’s Garden’s Pecan Pie Wax Melts recipe will definitely give your home a wonderful, inviting smell of warm butter, caramel, brown sugar, and toasted pecans.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: A History of Pecan PiePecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: A History of Pecan Pie

While any information on how the Pecan Pie came to be is a little sketchy, it is for certain, that it started out as one type of dessert similar to the ingredients that were used and then evolved into a true Southern dessert using staple ingredients that were native to the area. The basis of this pie is sugar, butter, syrup (pre-Karo syrup days, it was cane syrup) and eggs. This is the basic recipe for Chess Pie, which has its own origin. However, the addition of pecans and whoever thought of adding it is a mystery that will never be solved, but let’s thank whoever felt like spicing up their dessert! A personal favorite addition to my pecan pie? Chocolate drizzle and a dollop of ice vanilla ice cream! Mmmmm!  However, our inspiration for this project came from these pecan mini pies from Sugar Hero.  While, of course, our wax melts aren’t edible, her mini pecan pies are simply AMAZING! So, if this wax tart recipe, and sent leaves your belly grumbling, give her recipe a try.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Let’s Talk Ingredients

So before we move onto making our Pecan Pie Wax Melts, let’s familiarize ourselves with some of the ingredients we are using.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Pillar of Bliss Candle WaxPecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax

So anytime a recipe calls for a wax melt,  we will always use our Pillar of Bliss. The reason for that is that Pillar of Bliss is the best wax when we are using a mold for our creation. This wax has an easy release from the mold since it hardens up nicely. Most waxes, such as soy, are often too soft and can often difficult to get out of the mold. Pillar of Bliss is a granulated blend of soy wax (more than 50 percent) and paraffin wax. This wax has excellent scent retention as well as amazing hot and cold throws. 

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Joy Wax Candle WaxPecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Joy Wax Candle Wax

The next wax we will be using is our Joy Wax Candle Wax. This wax is also a blend of soy, veggie waxes, and paraffin. Joy Wax also has wonderful scent retention along with awesome hot and cold throws. Any time you would like to add a fluffy topping to any of your candle creations, this wax is perfect for that! As you will see, it can be whipped up into a puffy cloud of fluff! It’s perfect for use in dessert candles or wax melts!

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Granny’s Pecan Pie Fragrance Oil

This is one of my favorite home scents to use for the fall (or anytime actually). It has a warm aroma of brown sugar, vanilla, butter, and roasted pecans. This fragrance oil does amazing in all candle waxes that were tested. It also did very well when we tested in Cold Process soap. While it did discolor to a chocolate brown (which I think is a perfect color for a soap when using this fragrance) there was no acceleration, or ricing! It did, however, separate, yet it reabsorbed with no problem. I am sure that this would be a perfect fragrance to add to your fall/holiday line of products.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Ingredients Available at Nature’s Garden

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment You will Need

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Before You Get Started

Before you get started on your wax melts, it is always good to prepare your work area. Clean your work area and also your equipment that you will be using. Make sure that you have all your ingredients and utensils handy and within reaching distance. These few steps will help ensure that your creating will run smoothly and uninterrupted. If this is your first time working with candle wax, you might like to familiarize yourself with how to make candles. Follow this link to get a quick rundown on melting and pour temperatures and also proper temperatures for adding fragrances.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Preparing Your Double Boiler

The first step before starting your wax melts will be to set up your double boiler. If you know the process of setting up a double boiler, you can move on to the next step of prepping your wax. However, if you are unfamiliar with a double boiler, we can explain to you how it is done in a few easy steps.

First, you will need a large pot or even an old cake pan for the outside part of your double boiler. Place this onto your heating element. This can be your stove top or even a hot plate. Next, pour about 3 inches of water into the pot or pan. Then, you will need a smaller pot or a pouring pot, for the inside part of the double boiler. As a side note, it isn’t really necessary, however, it is so much easier pouring melted wax into the molds if your pot has a pouring spout. That is why a pouring pitcher is ideal as the inner part of your double boiler. Next, turn your burner on to medium heat to allow the water to warm up as you are preparing your wax.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Preparing the  Wax for the BasesPecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Preparing the  Wax for the Bases

First, you will be preparing the bases of the wax melts. For this step, you will need the Pillar of Bliss Wax. On your scale, set your pouring pot and tare out the weight. Weigh out 325 grams of Pillar of Bliss Wax.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Adding the candle dyes and fragrance oilPecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Adding the candle dyes and fragrance oil

Next, place the pouring pot into the larger part of your double boiler and allow the wax to melt to the proper temperature, stirring occasionally. While you are waiting for the wax to melt, you can weigh out the fragrance oil. To a small dish, weigh out 32 grams of Granny’s Pecan Pie fragrance oil. You can set this aside for the moment. Once your wax has reached the correct melting point, remove the pouring pot from the heat and you can now add in the liquid candle dyes. We are going for a pecan color so you will add in 3 drops of yellow liquid candle dye and 4 drops of brown liquid candle dye. Stir this well to incorporate the color thoroughly.

Once the wax has reached the correct temperature for the fragrance oil, you can now add that, once again stirring well to completely disperse the oil throughout the wax.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Pouring the WaxPecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Pouring the Wax

Now that your melted wax is colored and scented, you will be pouring the wax into their molds. With the silicone mini muffin mold in front of you, carefully fill each mold to the top with the melted wax. Once these are all filled, allow them to set up completely until they have cooled. Pop them out of the muffin cavities and place them on a piece of wax paper. You can set these aside for the moment.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Preparing the  Pecan EmbedsPecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Preparing the  Pecan Embeds

Next, you will be preparing the Pecan Embeds. For the embeds, you will notice we are using a mold from Flexible Molds. This company offers many different types of molds to fit any of your soap or candle making needs. They are very durable molds, that will last you a long time! So, to your pouring pot weigh out 50 grams of Pillar of Bliss candle Wax and place it into the larger pot of heated water. Melt this wax down to the proper temperature. While you are waiting for this wax to melt, weigh out 5 grams of Granny’s Pecan Pie fragrance oil into a small bowl and set this aside for the moment.

For the color of the pecans, you will only need a small amount. So, using a toothpick to add the color, swirl in a small amount of yellow and brown liquid candle dye. The pecans do not have to be the same exact shade as the bases of the wax melts. It is okay if they are a bit lighter. Stir the liquid color until it is fully blended. Now you can add in the pre-weighed fragrance oil and stir this well also. Next, you will pour the melted wax into the pecan embeds mold carefully. Once again, you will let these set up until cool before removing them from the mold. Since the mold has only 6 cavities, you will need to remelt any of the wax remaining in the pot to pour the second set of pecans.  Set the pecans aside on a piece of wax paper until later.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Preparing the Chocolate DrizzlePecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Preparing the Chocolate Drizzle

Next, you will be preparing the chocolate drizzle. For this, you will need the joy wax. In your pouring pot, weigh out 20 grams of Joy wax. Melt the wax completely and then add in 2 grams of Granny’s Pecan Pie fragrance oil. Then, using the toothpick method, add in both black and brown liquid candle dye. Stir this well to fully incorporate the fragrance and color.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Drizzling the Chocolate

Now, you will drizzle the chocolate wax over the bases of your pecan pies. So, using a spoon, dip it into the wax and holding it above the bases, drizzle the wax back and forth over the pies until you have used all the wax, or until you are satisfied with your drizzle.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Preparing the Whipped Topping

The next step is preparing the whipped topping of the pies. As a side note, if you are using the same pouring pot as in the previous steps, you will want to clean out the pot completely using paper towels. This is only necessary since the whipped topping will be white with no color. Any leftover colored wax may cause your wax to have a tint. So, in your cleaned out pouring pot, weigh out 120 grams of Joy Wax. Place into the heated water and melt, stirring occasionally.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Creating the whipped toppingPecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Creating the whipped topping

So once the joy wax has completely melted, remove the pouring pot from the heat source and add in 12 grams of Granny’s Pecan Pie fragrance and stir this well to combine. For this step, you can use a mixer or even just a spoon. As your wax is cooling down, it will begin to thicken. As it begins to thicken, mix the wax to create a whipped topping consistency. Once you have your wax to whipped consistency, place a dollop on top of each cupcake base.

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Adding the Pecan EmbedsPecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Adding the Pecan Embeds

Next, place a pecan embed on top of each whip topped pie. Press down so the embed adheres to the top snugly. This recipe creates 12 wax melts. Pecan Pie Wax Melts are ready to use! Simply place one in your wax burner and enjoy the warm, comforting aroma that will fill your home!

 

 

Pecan Pie Wax Melts Recipe: Find Us On Social Media

We hope you enjoyed this fun, new wax melt Nature’s Garden has added to their recipe box! It’s a fun, quick and easy wax tart recipe. We are sure you will have rave reviews when your friends and family smell the warm, homey-ness of your house this holiday season! In fact, come find us on social media and give yourself a rave review for all to hear! We love hearing from our customers! You can find us on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents) or Instagram (@ngscents) Show us a picture and tell us what you used to create your beautiful products! We will share for all to see! We also have a Show & Tell spot on our web page! Upload a photo and give us the low down on what you made!

 

Oct
12

Tommie Fragrance Oil


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Tommie Fragrance OilTommie Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Tommie Fragrance Oil is a fresh scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a delightful combination of ozone and rose aromas with citrus scents, spice scents, and musk scents that great a fragrance oil that is perfect for that creation of cold process soaps, lotions, scented candles, perfumes, and many other homemade products that you would like use a touch of a delightfully fresh scent.

What Does Tommie Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a fresh citrus bouquet of mandarin, lemon and bergamot; enhanced by nutmeg and clove with a heart of rose and ozone on a strong background of musks and woods.

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

Our customers that enjoy creating our own bath and body products can use this fresh fragrance oil. Bath oils, bath gels, lotions, perfumes, bath teas, bath bombs, and related bath and body products can be scented with 5% of this scent overall.  We have found Tommie fragrance oil allows us to create strongly scented bath and body products.  I highly recommend it using one of our unscented bases.

Our Tommie Fragrance Oil will perform extremely well in making cold process soap at home, as shown by our Cold Process Soap Testing Results. A soap recipe that includes this fragrance can utilize up to 5%. It will have no separation, no acceleration, and no ricing. The final soaping result will have a good scent in the bars of soap. Also, the fragrance will not result in any kind of discoloration. Although we recommend that bath and body creations that use this fragrance oil should have no color added, you can use any shade of liquid soap dye. If you would like to choose a different method of adding color,then make sure you know that candle dyes are not body safe and shouldn’t be included in bath and body creations.

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

Customers who like creating diy room scents can include Tommie fragrance oil in their recipes.  Both homemade potpourri recipes and homemade incense can use up to 50% of this aroma. Any homemade cleaners can use up to 5% of this delightful fragrance oil. Sachet beads, also known as aroma beads can successfully include this fragrance oil.  Aroma beads can typically absorb about 30% fragrance oil.

Furthermore, scented candles and fragrant wax melts can be scented with up to 10% of this fragrance oil. Both Joy Wax candle making and Wow Wax products can each be made perfectly with this fragrance oil. Pure soy candles and soy candle melts can both be made with this fragrance and will retain a strong scent. Although we suggest that candles scented with this fragrance oil should have no colorants added to the product, you can either use any shade of preferred amount of liquid candle dye or any shade and amount of color block. If you would like to color your scented candles with crayons, then know that this coloring method is likely to clog your candle wick.

We hope that you enjoy this sweet, spice, floral, and musk combination aroma in your homemade products.