Cranberry Orange Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a delightfully refreshing citrus blend with a smooth hint of spice. The clove base note subtly mingles with the bright citrus top and middle notes to create a distinguished, unique aroma. Cranberry Orange Fragrance Oil is a perfect fragrance for any time of the year, but something about the blend screams “Autumn.” Perhaps it is because as Summer ends and fall begins, the sunny and bright days begin to give way to cooler nights graced by the presence of warm spices; just like the notes in this fragrance! It certainly is not difficult to see (or smell!) why customers consistently give Cranberry Orange scent a 5-star rating!
What does Cranberry Orange Fragrance Oil Smell Like?
Cranberry Orange is an enticing blend of top and middle notes of citrus and subtle base notes of warm spices. The combination is marvelous! Top notes of orange and satsuma are complemented by notes of yuzu and tangerine. An uplifting middle of cranberry and peach deliver a softer citrus aroma to add to the mix. Base notes of cinnamon and clove drive the top and middle to stand out by creating a gentle, but stark, contrast of warm spices.
Top notes: Orange, Satsuma, Yuzu, Tangerine
Middle notes: Cranberry, Peach
Base notes: Cinnamon, Clove
How Do Our Customers Use Cranberry Orange Fragrance Oil?
Bath and body products can be given a warm, stimulating boost with Cranberry Orange fragrance oil. Bath oils, sugar and salt scrubs, and bath gels have all been found to perform well with 1% of fragrance oil added. Soap makers take note: we recommend a maximum usage rate of 1% Cranberry Orange Fragrance Oil in your soapmaking projects. Our CP Soap Testing Results show this fragrance oil performing well. Acceleration is present, but there is no sign of ricing and no separation. The soap doesn’t discolor, either! The fragrance has a good scent retention as well. We suggest using a combination of both red and orange soap colorant to achieve your desired shade. Our Orange Oxide Fun Soap Colorant and Red Oxide Fun Soap Colorant are both a perfect fit! Never use candle dye to color any of your bath and body products.
Cranberry Orange Fragrance Oil is an incredible choice for room scenting projects. Room scenting products can use up to 50% fragrance oil in incense, potpourri, and reed diffuser recipes. Cranberry Orange Fragrance Oil also performs well in homemade aroma beads. Candle makers can expect this fragrance to perform well at 10% usage. Cranberry Orange Fragrance Oil performs perfectly in Joy Wax and Wow Wax, and will also perform well in soy wax. Our coloring recommendation for candles using this fragrance is 4 drops of Orange Spectrum Candle Dye plus one drop of Red Spectrum Candle Dye per 4 pounds of wax. You can also shred small amounts of red and orange color blocks into your melted wax. Never use crayon to color your candle as you will clog your wick.
A wide variety of products can be made using Cranberry Orange Fragrance Oil. Our recommended maximum usage for perfumes and lotions is 1%. Homemade cleaning products can also be made using a 1% mix of fragrance oil.
Candy Corn Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is the sweet, buttery smell of the classic Fall candy. Did you know? When candy corn was first sent into production, the company making it called it chicken feed! This name was given to the chewy treat because the individual pieces resembled dried kernels of corn. The pieces are roughly 3 times larger than a real kernel of corn. It wasn’t until years later when a new company purchased the candy corn product that its new name was branded. Candy Corn is everywhere around Halloween time, which makes this fragrance instantly recognizable. If you’re looking to build your Fall line or create some delicious-smelling, unique Halloween products, Candy Corn Fragrance Oil is definitely a must-have!
What Does Candy Corn Fragrance Oil Smell Like?
This fragrance oil is a mix of warm vanilla candy with top notes of butter. These notes rest on a very subtle down of almond.
How Do Our Customers Use Candy Corn Fragrance Oil?
Enjoy a Halloween harvest classic with Candy Corn fragrance oil. Customers love creating room scenting projects with this fall fragrance oil. Room scenting recipes can blend up to 50% of this fragrance oil into products such as oils for burners, homemade reed diffusers, and potpourri. This candy fragrance can also be used to handcraft strongly scented aroma beads. If you are looking to create homemade candles or tarts, you can use Candy Corn Fragrance Oil up to 10%. This includes vegetable waxes and paraffin wax. In our testing, this childhood scent performed extremely in our Pillar of Bliss Wax, which is a wax used in homemade wax melts and homemade pillar candles. If you wish to color your candles, we would recommend making a three-layered candle with the colors of orange, yellow, and white. If you make wax tarts, we recommend the same. We have even created a Candy Corn Clamshell Recipe demonstrating this technique. This coloring suggestion can be accomplished by using either liquid candle dye or small amounts of color blocks.
Candy Corn Fragrance Oil can even be used in your bath and body products. Both soap and bath oils were found to smell great when the recommended maximum of 5% fragrance oil is incorporated. Whether you make homemade melt and pour soap or cp soap, you can use 5% fragrance oil. We have even shown exactly how this fragrance oil performs in CP Soap. Make sure you check out our Cold Process Soap Testing Results Video. This sweet fragrance oil had a good scent retention in cured soap and discolored to a light brown. Using Vanilla White Color Stabilizer can help correct some of this discoloration, but you will need to test. The soap experienced no ricing and no separation. There was no acceleration. If you wish to color your your soap or bath products, we would recommend using orange soap colorant in the amount that satisfies you.
Customers also incorporate Candy Corn Fragrance Oil into other scented projects. One such product is homemade perfume. Homemade perfumes perform well with this warm fragrance when a maximum of 5% fragrance oil is used. Homemade lotions perform very well also. We recommend adhering to a 5% fragrance oil maximum. You can even create homemade cleaning products. These types of projects also perform well when a maximum fragrance usage of 5%.