Coconut Coast Fragrance Oil– Fragrance Oil Spotlight
Coconut Coast Fragrance Oil is a tropical scent used for homemade craft projects. This tropical combination of tropical fruits and fresh air make Coconut Coast scent a great summer addition to your bath and body products. Our customers love this fragrance oil in their electric burners, candles, soaps and more. One customer stated, “I used this in some of my shave bars (cp soap) looking for a mellow scent that as unisex and this is it! It’s not suntan lotion coconut sweet and yet it’s not too airy or musky. I really do love it and it works perfect for in the bath.”
What Does Coconut Coast Fragrance Oil Smell Like?
Kick back and enjoy the summertime sensation of creamy coconut enhanced by fresh fruits and island air.
Top Notes: Creamy Coconut Milk, Tangelo, Pineapple
Middle Notes: Mango, Nectarine, Island Fresh Air
Base Notes: Vanilla Extract, White Musk, Sea Moss
How Do Our Customers Use Coconut Coast Fragrance Oil?
Handcrafted candles can be made using a maximum of 10% Coconut Coast Fragrance Oil. This coconut fragrance oil performs perfectly in Natures Garden’s Pillar of Bliss Wax, Palm Wax, and it is also very strong in Joy Wax, WOW Wax, and soy wax. With this wonderful tropical aroma we recommend leaving it uncolored. This fragrance oil will leave your tarts and candles perfect without any candle dye.
Soap makers can use Coconut Coast Fragrance Oil in homemade soap recipes at a maximum usage rate of 5%. It can be used in both melt and pour soap and cold process soap. Our suggestion for coloring, no color. However, if you choose to color your soap, never use candle dye in any handmade bath and body products, they can color your body. How does this tropical aroma perform in cp soap? No ricing, no acceleration, no separation, it discolors to a milk chocolate, and maintains a very strong scent that stays true to form in cp. If you would like to view the results for yourself, click here to view our soap testing video using our Coconut Coast Fragrance Oil. Since Natures Garden’s Coconut Coast Fragrance Oil will discolor to a milk chocolate, it is likely due to an 8.2% vanillin content. The discoloration may be lessened by adding vanilla white color stabilizer. However, there are more than 40 ingredients used when fragrance oils are manufactured that may cause bath and body products to discolor. For this reason, you will want make sure you test all of these types of products. Homemade lotions, creams, and perfumes can be created using a maximum of 5%. This coconut scent performs perfectly in these types of products. Homemade cleaning products can utilize a maximum of 5% of this tropical aroma.
Room scenting projects can even be created using Coconut Coast scent. Handcrafted incense recipes and potpourri projects can be made to scent a room with a maximum usage percentage of 50%. Also, this aroma can be used in homemade room sprays and scented aroma beads.
As you can see, Coconut Coast scent can be used in a variety of homemade craft recipes, including candles, bath and body products, cleaners, and room scents. You can begin creating whatever type of scented home or bath and body product your heart desires.