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Apr
27

Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil


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Dill Pickle Fragrance OilDill Pickle Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Just when you thought you’ve smelled every fragrance on Earth, Nature’s Garden cracks the jar wide open with Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil.  You read that correctly… Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil.  There’s no way to sugar-coat it (because, quite frankly, sugar-coating a pickle would be gross), this is the aroma of a crispy, crunchy dill pickle.  Surprisingly bright and refreshing, this fragrance oil provides a unique twist to your scented product lines.  When the novelty of smelling a fragrance oil that smells like a pickle wears off, you are actually left with a vibrant, very distinct scent that will turn heads!  Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil is a best seller and Nature’s Garden original fragrance!

What Does Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil smells like… a pickle.  While there are some other notes that are NOT pickle, they are really only there to give a solid boost to the pickly-ness of this fragrance.  Oh, and it’s WONDERFUL!  Curiosity is typically what drives people to try this scent, and when they do, they find out that Dill Pickle is actually a really good scent for soaps and candles!

Top Notes: Lemon
Mid Notes: Parsley, cucumber, dill pickle
Base notes: Dill pickle

How Do Our Customers Use Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil?

Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil is a unique and loved choice for room scenting products.  Potpourri and incense can be made with a maximum recommended level of 50% fragrance oil.  This fragrance also performs nice and strong in aroma beads.  If homemade candles are what you desire, you will be happy to learn that this fragrance performs perfectly in Joy Wax and Wow Wax.  Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil also does well in Soy wax.  The recommended maximum usage for this fragrance oil is 10% when used with vegetable wax or paraffin wax.  We suggest using four drops of green liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax.  You can also shred a small amount of green color blocks into your melted wax.  Never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

Lather up with bath and body products made with this fun fragrance!  Bath gels and bath oils have been shown to perform well with 5% of fragrance added.  Soap makers can use up to 5% fragrance oil in cold process soap or melt and pour soap recipes.  Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results show us that soaps made with Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil exhibit a perfect pour!  There is no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and no discoloration.  There is a good scent retention.  If you wish to color your soap, we recommend using green soap colorant in the amount of your liking.  Remember never to use candle dye in bath and body products as candle dyes are not body safe.

Dill Pickle Fragrance Oil can be used to create exciting and unique products of all kinds.  Homemade perfumes perform perfectly when your recipe includes up to 5% fragrance oil.  You’ll smell like the hottest pickle on the block! Lotions pair nicely with this scent, which can be used at a maximum of 5% fragrance oil.  Customers also create homemade cleaning products which can incorporate a maximum of 2.5% fragrance oil.