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Dec
18

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes


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12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes

We at Natures Garden have 12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes that you can use to learn more about making your own homemade cosmetic recipes. There are various cosmetic ingredients that are discussed in our various cosmetic classes. Each of our cosmetic classes shares important information on various potential ingredients that can be used to create fantastic bath and body recipes. You can find these classes both online and in pdf form. So, you can use these classes to learn more about the various cosmetic ingredients that you can use in your homemade recipes.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Baking Soda Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Baking Soda Class

There are many different ways that you can use baking soda in your life. Of course, you can use baking soda in various bath and body recipes. This cosmetic ingredient is useful for providing a soft, silky feel and acting as a deodorizer. However, cosmetic recipes isn’t the only time when baking soda will be useful. In fact, there are other occasions where baking soda will come in handy. There are all kinds of ways you can use baking soda to cleanse and deodorize in your homemade recipes, which you can find out more about in our Baking Soda Class.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Beeswax Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Beeswax Class

Another fun cosmetic ingredient that can be useful in many different ways is bees wax! Our Beeswax Class will share ways that this ingredient can be used in crafts, food, and other uses. For cosmetics you can use beeswax to add integrity and conditioning properties to products like lip stick, eye liner, and much more! Also, you can use this cosmetic wax to create homemade candles or protect important things from the elements. Plus, this informative cosmetic class will share how beeswax is created. So, there is quite a lot that you can learn from this cosmetic class on bees wax!

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Borax Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Borax Class

Also, you can use borax to create various bath and body products. You can use this cosmetic ingredient to enhance various recipes, including bath bombs, creams, shampoos, and other cosmetic recipes. Further, our Borax Class will share other ways that you can use this cosmetic ingredient. One way that borax can be used to enhance various cleaning products. Also, borax can be used in medicinal recipes. You can use this cosmetic ingredient to add all kinds of benefits, which includes removing bacteria and fungus as well as helping heal wounds.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Citric Acid Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Citric Acid Class

Citric acid is another fantastic cosmetic ingredient that you can use in your homemade recipes. First of all, citric acid is often used to enhance bath recipes, like bath bombs and creams. Not only does this cosmetic ingredient reduce the pH of your bath recipes, but this cosmetic ingredient cares for the skin. Also, you can use citric acid to clean your home and remove stains. Plus, there are some medicinal benefits of using this cosmetic herb. If you are interested in using citric acid for these purposes or finding other ways to use this ingredient, then you may want to check out our Citric Acid Class.

 

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cocoa Butter Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cocoa Uses in Cosmetics

Cocoa is a scrumptious cosmetic ingredient that you will love in all kinds of recipes. Of course, you can find this cosmetic ingredient in the food aisle in the main ingredient in chocolate!  So, it makes sense that cocoa butter has a mild chocolate flavor that you can enjoy in your confections as well as cosmetic recipes. So, you can use various forms of this scrumptious chocolate cosmetic ingredient to create fantastic bath recipes.

 12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cocoa Butter Class

One of the cosmetic ingredients that you can use to incorporate cocoa in your bath recipes is cocoa butter. There are some great uses for cocoa butter in your various bath and body recipes. First of all, you can use this cosmetic ingredient to add some beneficial conditioning properties to your products. So, the cocoa butter can be used to add conditioning properties to all kinds of cosmetic recipes from lip care recipes to conditioner recipes. Another great way to use this scrumptious cosmetic ingredient is medicinally, as this ingredient can be beneficial for helping healing burns and much more. If you check out our Cocoa Butter Class, then you can discover these uses as well as recipes that we have formulated with this cosmetic ingredient.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cocoa Powder Class

Another great way that you can include scrumptious cocoa in your bath and body recipes is cocoa powder. You can use this cosmetic powder to add a delicious scent and fantastic properties to your bath and body recipes. You can find out more about the various uses of this cosmetic herb for your recipes in our Cocoa Powder Class.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cosmetic Clays Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cosmetic Clays Class

If you are interested in trying out a type of cosmetic clay in your homemade bath and body recipes, then you will want to check out our Cosmetic Clays Class. This cosmetic class will go over the various properties of all the cosmetic clays that we carry at Natures Garden. First, this class shares all of the benefits of Bentonite Clay, which includes cleansing and softening the skin.

Also, you can use the various minerals and healing properties of Dead Sea Clay to enhance your various cosmetic recipes. Plus, you can use French Green Clay to improve your complexion, relieve sunburn, and so much more! Further, you can use a skin sensitive ingredient like Kaolin Clay or Rose Clay to benefit your body both inside and outside. You can use Rhassoul Clay and Red Moroccan Clay to cleanse, detox, and care for the skin. So, you can use our cosmetic clay class to choose the best ingredients for you own use.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cosmetic Making Supplies FAQ12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cosmetic Making Supplies FAQ

We at Natures Garden have everything that you will need to create your very own homemade cosmetic recipes. Our various bath and body supplies will provide your cosmetic recipes with skin loving properties that will care for your body. Each of these various cosmetic recipes can be used to provide benefits to your homemade recipes. Whether you want to create a conditioning recipe or cleansing recipe, you can use some fantastic cosmetic making supplies to make various cosmetic recipes. If you are interested in creating a new cosmetic recipe, then you can use our class on Cosmetic Making Supplies FAQ to learn about the various ingredients that you can use. This cosmetic class will provide you with information on the creation and quality of our cosmetic ingredients.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cosmetic Salts Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Cosmetic Salts Class

Another fantastic cosmetic ingredient that you can include in your bath and body recipes is a cosmetic salt. These cosmetic ingredients will exfoliate and care for your skin. One fantastic cosmetic ingredient that you can use to create your cosmetic recipes is Dead Sea Salt. This therapeutic cosmetic salt will care for the skin as well as reduce stress and muscle tension. Also, you can use Himalayan Pink Salt to create your cosmetic recipes. This cosmetic ingredient contains minerals that would both cleanse and condition the skin. Lastly, you can include Hawaiian Black Salt in your cosmetic recipes, which includes both cosmetic salt and activated charcoal. So, your cosmetic ingredient will both detoxify and care for the skin. If you want to learn more about the specific ways that each cosmetic salt can benefit your bath and body recipes, then take a look at our more detailed Cosmetic Salts Class.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Emulsifiers in Cosmetics12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Emulsifiers in Cosmetics

An emulsifier is one of the most important cosmetic ingredient for making conditioning cosmetic recipes. For recipes like lotions, conditioners, and similar cosmetics, you need to properly combine oils and waters. Due to the differences in polarity oil and water does not combine easily. So, you need to use an emulsifying cosmetic ingredient that will bond to both the oil and water in your cosmetic recipe. Adding in a good emulsifying agent will make sure that your cosmetic ingredients don’t separate. Now, there are two types of emulsions that you can have for your products. One type of emulsion uses more water and the other type uses more cosmetic oil. If you want to learn more about the similarities and differences between the two types of emulsions, then check out our cosmetic class on Emulsifiers in Cosmetics.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Epsom Salt Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Epsom Salt Class

Another great cosmetic salt that you can use in your homemade bath and body recipes is Epsom Salt. Of course, this cosmetic ingredient can be used to moisturize, exfoliate, reduce inflammation, and reduce stress as you soak in the tub. Plus, there are many other great uses for this fantastic cosmetic salt. You can use this cosmetic ingredient to benefit the plants in your garden, detox your body, remove splinters, and much more! So, you will definitely want to check out our Epsom Salt Class to learn all about how you can use this cosmetic ingredient to benefit your finished products.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Surfactants in Cosmetics12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Surfactants in Cosmetics

Another cosmetic ingredient that you can add to your cosmetic recipes is a surfactant. There are a few different types of surfactants, but each one will have cleansing properties for your cosmetic recipes. While each one has strong cleansing properties, each type of surfactant has different properties. Some of these cosmetic ingredients have different charges which will lead to a different pH in your final cosmetic recipes. Also, you can use some of these cosmetic ingredients to provide a foaming property to your bath and body products. If you want more details on the properties of surfactants or would like specific examples of the cosmetic ingredients, then check out our class on Surfactants in Cosmetics.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Essential Oils Class12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Essential Oils Class

Another great cosmetic ingredient that you can use in your bath and body recipe is our wide variety of wholesale essential oils. These true essential oils can be used to naturally scent your homemade cosmetic recipes. Further, each of our various essential oils have a few different properties that can be used to care for the body. For instance, you can use our bergamot oil to relax your muscles and reduce muscle cramps. Further this fantastic essential oil has a sweet citrus aroma for your cosmetic recipe. Plus, our Essential Oils Class will share with you how essential oils are created, some essential oil information, and other skin benefits. Further, this cosmetic class will share with you ways to include essential oils in your bath and body recipes. So, you will be sure to enjoy

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Homemade Cosmetic Gifts

With the holiday season approaching, you are sure to be looking for the perfect gift ideas for your loved ones. One great idea for a Christmas gift is a quality homemade gift that is unique and from the heart. Plus, these cosmetic recipes will care for the skin or hair. So, you can give cosmetics as a sure way to pamper your loved ones and show them that you care! If you happen to be looking for some ideas that for cosmetic recipes, then you may want to check out an article on 20 Easy DIY Beauty Products That Make Great Christmas Gifts by Mamabee.

12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Reach Out to Us12 Free Cosmetic Making Classes: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have found some cosmetic oils that you can use these ingredients to create fantastic recipes. If you have any questions about any of these cosmetic ingredients, then feel free to /reach out to us! You can find us on the phone, in the store, or online. An easy way to find us online is through our social media pages. One way to find us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use @ngscents to find us on both Instagram and Twitter. Not only can you use these platforms to ask questions, but you can you can reach out to other craft makers and share your ideas for homemade cosmetic recipes. So, we  hope to hear from you soon!

Oct
18

Papaya Dragon Fruit Fragrance Oil


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Papaya Dragon Fruit Fragrance OilPapaya Dragon Fruit Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Papaya Dragon Fruit Fragrance Oil is a tropical scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a scrumptious blend of exotic and sweet fruits with nutty almond scents. This tropical scent is not only extremely popular with the Natures Garden team, but our customer love it as well. One customer says.”I was looking at this oil for a long time trying to decide whether I wanted to try it or not and I finally decided to get a sample of it and omg I am so glad that I did, I have even come back to buy a big bottle of it. This is so tropical and would be perfect for summer but I am personally one of those people who could melt this in my candles and tarts year around, smells fantastic and you won’t be sorry especially if you like the mango and papaya scents because this reminds me of that but at the same time has its own unique smell .” If you’re on the fence with this one give it a try!  We are sure you will love it as much as we do!

What Does Papaya Dragon Fruit Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This is Deborah’s new favorite fragrance oil by Natures Garden!  A tropical fruitopia of juicy peaches, papaya, exotic dragon fruit and fresh island pineapple tweaked with nutty notes of almond. NG Original Scent! 

How Do Our Customers Use Papaya Dragon Fruit Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Papaya Dragon Fruit Fragrance Oil Candle Color SuggestionNatures Garden customers creating their own wax creations can use this exotic fragrance oil. We have found this fragrance oil performs wonderfully in homemade candles and melts. We recommend adding a maximum of 10% of your recipe. Our Joy Wax and Pillar of Bliss are just a couple of waxes showing strong scent retention.  Papaya Dragon Fruit Fragrance Oil also shows great results in both our natural soy waxes and eco-friendly palm waxes.

Other room scenting products can be made with this tropical fragrance oil. Both potpourri, reed diffusers, and incense can use up to 50% for this fragrance. Also, aroma beads that use this fragrance oil will retain a nice and strong scent. When coloring your room scenting recipes, we suggest 4 drops red liquid candle dye. Another option, you could use a small amount of shredded red color block.

How Do Our Customers Use Papaya Dragon Fruit Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Papaya Dragon Fruit CP Soap ResultsHomemade soap crafters, you can use Papaya Dragon Fruit fragrance oil. Use this scent to create cold process soap, hp, or mp soap. Natures Garden’s Cold Process Soap Testing Results for this scent have performed fantastically. A soap batch that uses this fragrance oil will have no separation, no ricing, and no acceleration. Have you decided how you will color you soaps using this scent yet? Well, our suggestion is to use red liquid soap dye in your desired amount.

All sorts of unique bath and body products can be created using this fruity fragrance oil. Bath gels, bath oils, lotions, perfumes, bath teas, hair products, and any other related bath and body creations can include up to 5% Papaya Dragon Fruit scent. Additionally, you can create homemade cleaning supplies. You can also scent them with no more than 5% of this aroma. If you want to add color to any of your bath and body products, then we suggest using red liquid soap dye in the amounts that you prefer. Just remember to never use candle dye in these.

Papaya Dragon Fruit Fragrance Oil Lotion Recipe

Those of our customers that would like to try out a new bath and body product that incorporates this papaya fragrance oil should take a look at our Tropical Lotion Recipe! This exotic fruit scent is fantastic for a body lotion to keep you moisturized and smelling great.

 

Sep
14

Rum Ripened Raisin Fragrance Oil


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Rum Ripened Raisin Fragrance OilRum Ripened Raisin Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Rum Ripened Raisin Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a delectable, mouthwatering fragrance that is reminiscent of fresh baked dessert treats.  This scent is warm and will surely make you hungry!  Customers enjoy this scent particularly during the holiday season, although its inviting aroma makes it a hit throughout the rest of the year, as well!  A valued customer from Cincinnati, OH detailed their first experience with Rum Ripened Raisin, writing “I got this because I received an Aroma Bud with this. Let me just say this is delightful! I’m so glad I purchased it. I can see this being a nice seller for the holidays but maybe I should stock up because I’ve used half the sample just for myself!!! I love this!!!”  Rum Ripened Raisin Fragrance Oil is a sugary bakery scent that is warm, smooth, and inviting!  Have some sweets on hand when you try this scent!

What Does Rum Ripened Raisin Fragrance Oil Smell Like ?

Rum Ripened Raisin Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is an inviting, intoxicating scent that is reminiscent of sugary-sweet bakery treats!  Top notes of rum and raisins give this scent an alluring start, followed with middle notes of Butter, Butterscotch, Caramel Creams, and Maple Syrup for a mouthwatering middle. Base notes of walnuts and vanilla beans round off this Nature’s Garden Original Fragrance.

How Do Our Customers use Rum Ripened Raisin Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Rum Ripened Raisin Fragrance Oil is a perfect choice for room scenting products, as the aroma is truly enticing!  Products such as incense, potpourri, and Smelly Jellies can use this fragrance oil as 50% of the total recipe. This fragrance oil also performs exceptionally well in aroma beads.  Wax-based products, such as candles and tarts, will perform exceptionally well when up to 10% fragrance oil is incorporated in your recipe.  This scent performs wonderfully in Joy and Wow Wax, and will also perform well in soy wax.  If you wish to color your candle wax, we recommend using three drops of brown candle colorant and two drops of orange liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax, or your could shred a small amount of brown and orange color block into your melted wax.  Remember, do not use crayons to color your wax as they will clog your wick, preventing the candle from properly burning.

How Do Our Customers use Rum Ripened Raisin Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

This scent also creates a soft, luxurious aroma for bath and body products.  Bath gels, bath bombs, and oils perform perfectly when 5% of this sweet scent is used.  Homemade soap makers can use up to 5% in cold process soaps or melt and pour soap recipes.  Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results show that this fragrance behaves nicely!  There was no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation.  Cured soap discolors to a brown color and has a good scent retention. If you are coloring your soap, we recommend using brown soap colorant and orange soap dye according to your specification.  Remember, never use candle dye to color your bath and body products as they are not body safe.

Rum Ripened Raisin is a bakery-fresh scent that is perfect for a wide selection of products.  Using a maximum recommended amount of 5% fragrance oil, our customers create luscious homemade perfumes, body sprays, and lotions.  Customers also make their own household cleaning supplies with a maximum of 5% fragrance oil.

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%.

Jul
11

Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil


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Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil is a sweet candy scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a blend of various yummy fruity and spice scents with notes of vanilla and sweet sugar to bring all the scents together. This fragrance oil has been described by some of our customers as a perfect fall aroma that is both sweet and a nostalgic scent of candy scents mingling after a night of trick-or-treating. The history of trick treating in the United States goes back about 100 years. We have wrapped this time honored tradition up in a tiny bottle.  Trick and treats scent will have you reminiscing about all the delicious tasting treats you remember from your childhood.

What Does Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Unique and fun, this fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a must for Halloween and beyond!  Tricks or treats fragrance begins with top notes of pumpkin, persimmon, and apple; followed by middle notes of blueberries, elderberries, currants, orange and cinnamon; and well rounded with base notes of sugar cane and vanilla.  An NG Original Fragrance!

How Do Our Customers Use Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Our customers that create their own homemade bath and body recipes can include this sugary sweet fragrance oil in these products. Bath oils, bath gels, bath bombs, and other related bath and body products can include up to 1% of this scent. However, products that are not washed off and are let on the skin, such as lotions and perfumes, can only use 0.01% of this aroma. Are looking to add color to your handmade bath and body products? Then, we would like to suggest using orange liquid soap dye in the amount that you would would like.

Also, this scent can be used at a 1% rate during all methods of soap making. In fact, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have shown that this fragrance oil is great for this method of making lye soap. The batch will not have any separation, acceleration, or ricing. Also, the scent will be good after the curing process. While the bar does discolor to a light butter shade, vanilla white stabilizer can help reduce some of this discoloration. However, there are a variety of ingredients in fragrance oils that can cause discoloration.  You will need to test Tricks or Treats fragrance oil with the color stabilizer.

How Do Our Customers Use Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Diy room fragrance recipes can be made with this perfect Halloween fragrance oil. Homemade potpourri and scent sticks fragrance diffusers can both be made with up to 50% of this scent. Green household cleaning products can be created with no more than 1% of this aroma. Diy perfume sachet bead recipes can be made with this aroma. Smelly Jelly Jars also incorporate this fall scent nicely.

Additionally, our customers can create homemade scented candles with up to 10% of this fragrance as long as the candles are made of either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax. Natures garden joy wax and wow wax as well as a soy candle from scratch can all be created perfectly with this scent. Those who choose to color their candle creations should use either six drops of orange liquid candle dye or a small amount of an orange color block. You can successfully use other methods of coloring, but shouldn’t use crayons as they clog wicks.

Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil RecipeAre you looking for a creative and festive way to scent your home this fall? If so, then try out our Ghostly Scented Toilet Paper Recipe! This spooky homemade air freshener recipe is a great way to scent your bathroom or other rooms this Halloween.

 

Aug
06

Childhood Scent


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Childrens Room

Childhood Scent

Childrens Room Fragrance–Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Are you looking for a playful childhood scent to add to your line?  Well, Childrens Room fragrance is just that scent!  Our customers say that it is the perfect combination of floral notes and powdery notes.  This childhood fragrance is nostalgic of your younger years, but even kids today will love Childrens Room Scent.

What does Childrens Room Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is reminiscent of the smell of Mr. Bubble bubble bath from childhood.  A very soft violet powder accord with very light floral bottom notes of peony and alyssum flowers.  A Best Seller!  An NG Original Fragrance!

How Do Our Customers Use Childrens Room Fragrance Oil?

For all of you candle crafters out there; this childhood scent is often used in Soy, soy blends, Joy, and Pillar of Bliss waxes.  This fragrance is strong and has no problems with scent throw.  Childrens Room scent also works well in aroma beads and room sprays, or in electric tart burners.

For bath and body crafters, this fragrance is a big seller for the little kids!  The usage rate for this childhood scent is 5%.  Childrens Room also has a 1% vanillin content, so Vanilla White Color Stabilizer is suggested to reduce discoloration in your final homemade products.  This nostalgic fragrance is used to make an array of bath and body products like: bubble baths, bath lotions, bath gel, powders, and melt and pour soaps.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this clean powder scent is fabulous.  Here are the official results: No acceleration.  Scent sticks.  Discolors to a light toffee color.

If you are interested in a recipe using Childrens Room Fragrance oil, click here for our Happy Hippos Soap Crayons Recipe.                                                                                                                                                        

Aug
06

Childhood Scent


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Childrens Room

Childhood Scent

Childrens Room Fragrance–Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Are you looking for a playful childhood scent to add to your line?  Well, Childrens Room fragrance is just that scent!  Our customers say that it is the perfect combination of floral notes and powdery notes.  This childhood fragrance is nostalgic of your younger years, but even kids today will love Childrens Room Scent.

What does Childrens Room Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is reminiscent of the smell of Mr. Bubble bubble bath from childhood.  A very soft violet powder accord with very light floral bottom notes of peony and alyssum flowers.  A Best Seller!  An NG Original Fragrance!

How Do Our Customers Use Childrens Room Fragrance Oil?

For all of you candle crafters out there; this childhood scent is often used in Soy, soy blends, Joy, and Pillar of Bliss waxes.  This fragrance is strong and has no problems with scent throw.  Childrens Room scent also works well in aroma beads and room sprays, or in electric tart burners.

For bath and body crafters, this fragrance is a big seller for the little kids!  The usage rate for this childhood scent is 5%.  Childrens Room also has a 1% vanillin content, so Vanilla White Color Stabilizer is suggested to reduce discoloration in your final homemade products.  This nostalgic fragrance is used to make an array of bath and body products like: bubble baths, bath lotions, bath gel, powders, and melt and pour soaps.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this clean powder scent is fabulous.  Here are the official results: No acceleration.  Scent sticks.  Discolors to a light toffee color.

If you are interested in a recipe using Childrens Room Fragrance oil, click here for our Happy Hippos Soap Crayons Recipe.                                                                                                                                                        

Aug
01

Coffee Sugar Scrub Recipe


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coffee scrub recipe

Coffee Sugar Scrub Recipe

A type of drink called Toffee Crunch Latte was my inspiration for coming up with a recipe called Toffee Crunch Latte Sugar Scrub. Melissa is an employee at Nature’s Garden whom has a deep craving for coffee every day during her shift; and it dawned on me to ask her what her favorite type was. I am always making her coffee every day and it surprised me that this was her favorite type of coffee, since usually she prefers hers black. The recipe overall is a fun idea to try and construct as it brings together the wonderful scents of coffee and caramel into different color layers of sugar scrub with a nice touch of whipped cream and brown sugar on top.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ingredients Needed:

454 grams Whipped Soap Base

152 grams Powdered Sugar

298 grams Brown Sugar

46 grams Café Caramel Fragrance Oil

46 grams Vanilla White Color Stabilizer

Brown Oxide Fun Soap Colorant

 

Directions:

  1. Start off weighing out 454 grams of soap base, 46 grams of Café Caramel Fragrance Oil, and 46 grams of vanilla white stabilizer; then you want to mix them together in a deep mixing bowl until you get a ball of dough.
  1. The ball of dough is then divided evenly into three separate bowls.
  1. In the first bowl, add 152 grams of powdered sugar; carefully folding the sugar in to incorporate it in evenly throughout the dough.
  1. In the second bowl, add 149 grams of brown sugar into the ball of dough and mix it into a light caramel color.
  1. In the third bowl, add 149 grams of brown sugar with enough brown oxide to make a dark coffee color.
  2.  When you get your colors, put the layers into the four ounce clear containers. Be very careful with the process as some of the colors will have the tendency to stick to the side of the container and dominate over the other layers. Your layers should be flattened out very smoothly to keep the colors from mixing.
  1.  Following the process of getting the brown accented layers on, the next step is to put the whipped cream on top. You  put the white portion of the mixed batter into a zip lock bag with a cake decorating tip and carefully try to whip up your own unique swirl on top of your creation to make it look like whipped cream sitting on top of a cup of latte.
  1.  Kick up your creation to the next level  by putting a sprinkle of brown sugar on top.

The whole experience was something new to me as I attempted to go head first into this project, since I have never had any experience before making a sugar scrub. I enjoyed the final look of the project when I was finished; and it had me craving coffee afterwards as the aroma just reminds you of walking into a local coffee shop early in the morning. If you are a coffee lover, then this recipe is sure to please.  Have fun with this recipe!

Christian (Recipe Development)
Natures Garden

Jan
22

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best selling scentBlack Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil Fragrance Oil Spotlight

This best selling scent is the perfect balance of sweet juicy berries with a deep rich background of luscious vanilla.  Considered a must try and a staple fragrance by many of our customers, this fragrance is popular with both men and women alike.  Black Raspberry Vanilla scent has a strong and long lasting aroma that does not fade and always receives tons of compliments when in products.  With its impeccable balance of layered notes many people consider this scent worthy of 10 stars!

What does Black Raspberry Vanilla Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is an enticing blend of blackberries and raspberries, with middle notes of white floral greenery, and bottom notes of musk and vanilla.  Highly requested fragrance!  A Best Seller!

How Do Our Customers Use Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil?

In the candle crafting world; our customers adore this fragrance oil and use it in their Soy Waxes, Pillar of Bliss, Wow Wax, Palm Wax, para/soy and Joy Wax.  Plus, this scent works awesome for tarts as well.  This favorite scent performs amazingly, and has a super strong scent throw both hot and cold.  This scent has also been reviewed to perform great for oil burners, linen and room sprays, and air fresheners.

For the realm of bath and body, the possibilities for this fragrance oil are stunning.  The usage percent for this yummy fragrance oil is 3.5%, and is used to make: lotions, sugar scrubs, perfumes, solid lotion bars, shampoo, whipped soap, melt and pour soap, body sprays, and body butters.  Finally, for those of you that are cold process soapers, this one soaps like a dream and the scent holds very well.  Here are the official results: Perfect Pour, no ricing, no acceleration, no discoloration, scent is good.

Make your own body butterIf this scent has your interest peaked, and you would like to try this fragrance in a recipe; Natures Garden has a wonderful Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter Recipe that you can view by clicking on the link.  This recipe is also available in a body butter kit containing all of the items that you need.