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French Market Fragrance Oil

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French Market Fragrance OilFrench Market Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

French Market Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a floral fragrance like no other!  Immaculate floral notes deliver a bright, wonderful aroma to this fragrance oil.  French Market has long been a favorite of those looking to create strong floral products.  The blend of floral scents encompassed in this fragrance are both powerful and enchanting, creating a desirable aroma that is useful in all applications.  A customer from Wooster, AR writes “I got this scent free when I purchased my smelly jelly kit. I absolutely love it. I can smell the gardenia which is also one of my favorites. I would highly recommend this fragrance to anyone. Great for soy candles, smelly jelly, and I also use this scent for my body massage candles.”  This is someone who has truly embraced the versatility of this fragrance! Try it for yourself today and send your customers on a trip through a French Market!

What Does French Market Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

French Market Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is an outstanding floral fragrance that is comprised of roses, magnolia, gardenia, tuberose, and iris blossoms.  This bright and inviting floral aroma is both a Nature’s Garden Original Fragrance and A Best Seller!

How Do Our Customers Use French Market Fragrance Oil?

Our customers can use this inviting fragrance oil perfectly to craft homemade scented products. You can use this floral fragrance oil in reed diffusers, potpourri, or incense recipes at a rate of 50% for this fragrance.  Additionally, this fragrance provides a very strong scent in aroma beads.  Candles and wax tarts can use this bright floral fragrance at a maximum of 10% with vegetable waxes and paraffin wax.  The scent will work wonderfully in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and natural soy waxes.  If you want to color your candles, we would recommend using one drop of purple and two drops of red liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. Alternatively, you could color your melted wax with small amounts of red and purple color blocks. Just don’t use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

Customers can use this blooming fragrance to create luscious bath and body products.  Bath gels, bath bombs, and oils will perform perfectly when the recommended maximum of 5% fragrance oil is used. Soap makers can use 5% fragrance oil in both cold process soap recipes and melt and pour soap recipes.  Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results show that soaps made with this fragrance oil will have an absolutely gorgeous scent after curing. There was no ricing, slight acceleration, no separation, and the soap discolored to a slight beige. If you wish to color your bath and body products, we would recommend using purple and red soap colorant in the amount that satisfies you.  As always, do not use candle dyes in your bath and body products.

This lovely bouquet fragrance oil can be used to create a plethora of gorgeous products. Handcrafted perfumes, body sprays, and lotions will all perform wonderfully when incorporating this fragrance at 5% of your total recipe.  Also, household cleaning supplies can be created using a maximum fragrance usage of 3.9%.


Flowering Dogwood Fragrance Oil

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Flowering Dogwood Fragrance OilFlowering Dogwood Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

There are very few floral fragrances that can strike a balance between green and earthy, and soft and flowery without leaning too far either direction.  It is this ability that makes Flowering Dogwood Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden stand out.  A unique blend of floral notes and fresh air rest on base notes of musk and sandalwood to create a scent that turns heads with customers, no matter what they are looking for!  Five-star reviews across the board affirm that this scent is distinguished and versatile!  Customers have frequently told us that Flowering Dogwood Fragrance Oil is a sell-out fragrance in every application, from tart burners to body scents.  Give this floral fragrance oil a try today and see for yourself!

What Does Flowering Dogwood Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Flowering Dogwood Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a sweet floral blend of dogwood blossoms, violets, jasmine, and plumeria with an undertone of soft musk and sandalwood!  An earthy, floral blend that will shine through wonderfully in your finished products!

Top Notes: fresh air, bergamot, pear
Mid Notes: dogwood blossoms, cyclamen, jasmine, plumeria
Base Notes: violet, lily, gardenia, musk, sandalwood

How Do Our Customers Use Flowering Dogwood Fragrance Oil?

Dogwood blossoms have a distinct, floral aroma, making Flowering Dogwood Fragrance Oil the perfect choice for creating standout room scents!  Room scenters can incorporate up to 50% of this fragrance oil in projects like reed diffusers, incense, and potpourri.  This fragrance oil is also strong in aroma beads.  Homemade candle crafters can use Flowering Dogwood Fragrance Oil up to 10% with vegetable waxes and paraffin wax.  This scent will perform perfectly in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and is nice and strong in soy waxes.  It is also compatible with our gel wax.  While you’re more than welcome to color your wax-based products with candle dye or color blocks, we find that the natural, colorless state of our waxes makes the perfect visual representation of this scent!  Do not use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

Flowering Dogwood Fragrance Oil can also be used to create wonderfully fresh bath and body products!  Bath gels and oils were found to perform well when the recommended maximum of 5% fragrance oil is incorporated.  If you are making cold process soap, you may use this floral fragrance up to 5% of your total recipe.  Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results show that this fragrance oil is surprisingly well-behaved.  There was no acceleration, no ricing, no separation, and no discoloration.  Cured soap had a strong and true scent!  As with your wax-based products, we do not recommend coloring your soap, as we find that a natural, colorless soap bar is an accurate visual representation of this floral scent!  Remember not to use candle dye in any of your bath and body products as they are not body safe.

Flowering Dogwood Fragrance Oil is a unique floral blend that can be used in a diverse range of products.  Homemade perfumes perform well when a maximum of 5% fragrance oil is used.  Homemade lotions adhere to a 5% fragrance oil maximum.  Homemade cleaning supplies can also be created with a maximum fragrance usage of 5%.


Alyssum Fragrance

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Alyssum FragranceAlyssum Fragrance Oil – Spotlight

FLOWERS! There are well over 100 different species of this one genus of flower. The most popular type of Alyssum flower is ‘sweet alyssum’ or Lobularia maritima (formerly known as Alyssum maritimum– so no longer technically of the genus Alyssum. I’m sorry if you’re a stickler for the technicalities of plant biology- I’m sure we have another fragrance with a more appropriate name that you might enjoy- Hyacinth, maybe? But I’m sure if you’re a plant biologist you’ve got bigger things on your hands.) Anyway, flowers. They’re cute lil flowers and they smell good. They’re also tough, both heat- and drought-resistant. They can be white, pink, rose-red, or lilac. Caterpillars eat their leaves- it’s adorable, like a children’s book.

What Does Alyssum Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

The wonderful aroma of freshly picked alyssum flowers. Boom. That’s it. Done. Pure and simple.

How Do Our Customers Use Alyssum Fragrance Oil?

I’m glad you asked. They make candles: Alyssum fragrance oil performs perfectly in joy wax, wow wax, and is nice and strong in soy wax.  The recommended maximum usage percentage in vegetable waxes and paraffin wax is 10%. Candle coloring recommendations: two drops of purple liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of purple color block into your wax. (I’m gonna go rogue here and suggest pink [the fragrance picture is pink for cornsake]- use a small amount of red liquid candle dye or shred a small amount of red color block into your melted wax. Pink is just light red. Err on the side of caution- you can always add more coloring, but you can’t take dye out of your wax.)

For soap makers: the maximum recommended usage percentage in bath gels, soaps, bath oils, and cleaning products is 5%! Alyssum fragrance does have a vanillin content of 6%- so keep an eye out for discoloration in these types of products. (You’re welcome to try our Vanilla White Color Stabilizer– but we can’t make any guarantees- you have to test it for yourself in your products!) This fragrance performed well in bath and body products. Our cold process soap testing found that Alyssum fragrance oil results in no ricing and no separation. It did however, cause the CP soap to accelerate slightly and discolored the soap to a yellow/orange color. But the scent stayed nice and strong. Our soap coloring recommendations are also purple: use all the purple soap dye you want (or whatever color- *ahem* pink- I’m not here to tell you how to live your life.. or.. dye your soap.) We’ve also got all kinds of cute flower-shaped soap molds! Big ones– like in our CP soap testing videos, little ones, and these ones. We’ve also got a daisy-shaped soap punch (again, apologies to the stickler plant biologists).

The maximum recommended usage percentage for Alyssum fragrance oil in lotions and perfumes is 5% and we have found that it performs perfectly.

Room scents? Oh yeah, for sure. Maximum recommended usage percentage in incense and potpourri: 50%. Alyssum fragrance is nice and strong in aroma beads.