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New Essential Oils

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New Essential Oils

New Essential Oils

Natures Garden has added 12 new essential oils to our line.  These new essential oils are 100% pure.  These undiluted essential oils are wonderful for soap makers and candle makers.  You have asked and we have listened.  We have added many essential oils that have been highly requested by our customers.  So, whether you currently use essential oils or are considering adding essential oils to your line, then look no further.  These natural oils are a fabulous way to scent your handcrafted bath and body products.


Amyris Essential OilNew Essential Oils: Amyris Essential Oil

First, we have amyris essential oil.  The botanical name is Amyris balsamifera L and it originates from Haiti.  This essential oil has a woodsy sandalwood type aroma.  The amyris essential oil is steam distilled. Amyris essential oil has antiseptic properties.  It is also said to calm and relax both the body and the mind.  So, how are people using this essential oil?  Well, many find it works well as an insect repellent.  Others find that it has calming properties.


Eucalyptus Lemon Essential OilNew Essential Oils: Eucalyptus Lemon Essential Oil

Next, we have added a eucalyptus lemon essential oil.  This essential oil is the perfect balance of both lemon and eucalyptus.  This is a highly requested blend.  The botanical name for the eucalyptus lemon essential oil is Ocimum basilicum L. This pure essential oil is steam distilled. Lemon eucalyptus essential oil is extracted from the leaves and twigs of the lemon-scented gum eucalyptus plant.  Many use this essential oil to treat muscle spasms and joint pain.


Geranium Essential OilNew Essential Oils: Geranium Essential Oil

Geranium essential oil is another highly requested oil.  Well, now you can get this pure essential oil from Natures Garden.  The botanical name is Pelargonium graveolens. This essential oil has an aroma similar to rose.  The geranium plant is native to Egypt and is steam distilled.  A geranium is a perennial shrub with beautiful pink flowers.  In addition, the geranium has a strong floral aroma.  In fact, many will use geranium as an alternative to the much more expensive rose essential oil.

Coriander Seed Essential OilNew Essential Oils: Coriander Seed Essential Oil

Another new essential oil from Natures Garden is the coriander seed essential oil.  This natural oil is steam distilled and has a botanical name of Coriandrum sativum L. Of course, it has the aroma of coriander.  The coriander seed essential oil is both strong as well as sweet and fresh.  The wonderful aroma of the coriander seed essential oil is what makes coriander so popular in handmade soap recipes.

Black Pepper Essential OilNew Essential Oils: Black Pepper Essential Oil

Additionally, black pepper was probably our most requested essential oil.  What does black pepper essential oil smell like?  It smells exactly like black pepper.  This pure essential oil is also the perfect aroma to blend with other oils.  Black pepper is a wonderful essential oil to mix with other aromas and is fabulous on its own as well.  The botanical name is Piper nigrum L.   Black pepper (super) is steam distilled.  Many have found black pepper essential oil

Ginger Essential OilNew Essential Oils: Ginger Essential Oil

Also, we have added the invigorating and spicy ginger essential oil.  This ginger essential oil smells just like spicy ginger.  This is also another steam distilled essential oil.  It has a botanical name of Zingiber officinale. This is an extremely popular essential oil.  In addition, when used in body products, some find it brings a natural glow back to a dull complexion.

Key Lime Essential OilNew Essential Oils: Key Lime Essential Oil

Key lime essential oil is probably my personal favorite.  It is a strong lime scent.  This one will be perfect on its own or mixed with other essential oils.  In fact, some will mix this essential oil with geranium essential oil.  Our key lime essential oil is cold pressed with a botanical name of Citrus aurantifolia.  This sweet and tart essential oil is often used to help with skin conditions and irritations.

Basil Essential OilNew Essential Oils: Basil Essential Oil

In addition, we have added pure basil essential oil.  The botanical name for basil essential oil is Ocimum basilicum L.
This is a favorite for many of our customers for both soap making and candle making. In fact, this oil would pair perfectly with our ground basil in handmade soap.

Corn Mint Essential OilNew Essential Oils: Cornmint Essential Oil

Next, we have added cornmint essential oil.  Cornmint has a minty aroma.  The botanical name is Mentha arvenis (Lamiaceae). This essential oil is steam distilled.  This pure oil is wonderful in handmade soap and cosmetic recipes.  So, what does cornmint smell like?  Well, it has a sweet mint aroma.  Many use this oil in bath and body recipes to help with sore or tired muscles.


Clementine Essential OilNew Essential Oils: Clementine Essential Oil

Next, clementine essential oil is another pure oil that we have added to our essential oil line.  This pure and natural oil comes from a clementine orange.  This citrus oil is a sweet orange scent that is fresh and inviting.  This cold process essential oil has a botanical name of Citrus reticulata. Citrus essential oils are extremely popular in bath and body products.  Why is it so popular in bath and body recipes?  Well, clementine oil has an aroma that is both uplifting and energizing.


Cilantro Essential OilNew Essential Oils: Cilantro Essential Oil

Now, we have cilantro essential oil which has an aroma that is loved by so many.  The botanical name for this essential oil is Coriandrum sativum L.  It has a coriander aroma and comes from Russia.  One of my favorite scents is a lime cilantro aroma.  In fact, I believe that mixture that would smell amazing in handmade soap or even homemade cleaners.  Yes, the cilantro essential oil comes from the same coriander plant as the coriander seed.  So, what is the difference? Well, the cilantro essential oil actually comes from the leaf portion of the plant.

Lemon Essential OilNew Essential Oils: Lemon Essential Oil

Finally, we have lemon essential oil.  This citrus oil should be a staple in your essential oil line.  In addition, this pure oil would work wonderfully in a handmade soap made with an infusion of lemon peel cut and sifted or lemon peel powder.  The botanical name for this essential oil is Citrus limon (L.) Burm.f.  You can create crisp handmade soap with natural lemon essential oil.


You can find these new essential oils as well as our full line of essential oils here.  Tell us how you have used our essential oils in your handmade products.  Post your product pictures on our social media pages.  You can find use @ngscents on Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter.  In addition, you can find Natures Garden on Facebook.  We would love to see your handcrafted creations!  So, show us pictures of your handmade soaps, candles, and cosmetics.  Whether you are using essential oils or fragrance oils, we would love to see what you have been up to!


Note: Natures Garden sells our essential oil for external use only. We do not sell them as food items. (The information we provide is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration). Keep all essential oils out of reach of children and pets. Special care should be taken by pregnant and/or lactating women when handling essential oils. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make with our essential oils. All testing is the responsibility of the customer.


Agave Lime Fragrance

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Agave Lime FragranceAgave Lime Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Sweet and citrusy, this fresh scent is sure to fill you with energy. Feeling refreshed, you decide to go for a walk. Beautiful weather; clean, ozone-y air. You come upon a park and suddenly you smell orange, lemon, and most strongly, lime. What is this? Some kind of Citrus Family Reunion? You keep walking and your delicate lil sniffer begins detecting floral notes. Floral notes, yes, but your particular nose notices something else. Smells.. green. You keep walking as the smell gets stronger and stronger. You look around, searching desperately for the source of this amazing scent. It smells familiar, but you remember putting your fragrance oil away somewhere safe before leaving the house, and you were careful not to get any on your skin, or clothes. Hmm.. so what could it be? You look down to see a tiny commotion happening on the ground – a tiny wedding! The Citrus family is there: Daddy Orange, Mama Lemon; their son Lil Lime is waiting at the altar wearing a little black bow tie. On the opposite side of the aisle are some members of the floral family. And there she is, the beautiful bride: Agave. What is a sweetie like her doing marrying a sour lime? They work well together and her sweetness balances him out. As they exchange vows, all those in attendance begin to cry. And that’s where Agave Lime Fragrance Oil comes from.

What Does Agave Lime Smell Like?

If the above passage did not sufficiently describe the scent, I’ll give you the shortened version here.  This fragrance starts of with a blend of shimmering citrus scents, including essential oils of orange, lemon, and, of course, lime, accompanied by a refreshing highlight of liquid ozone. The heart of this fragrance is tropical floral notes and exotic agave greens. This all sits on a soft background of clear musk and rich sandalwood.

How Do Our Customers Use Agave Lime Fragrance Oil?

For starters, we’ve got this super cute Lime Cupcake CP Soap Recipe; lime-scented, cupcake-shaped soap. Maximum usage for Agave Lime in bath oils, soaps, and bath gels is 5% (lotions, perfumes, and cleaning products, too). Our cold process soap testing results show that when added to CP soap, Agave lime was beautiful with a perfect pour; no acceleration; no ricing; no discoloration. And guess what – we’ve got some Lime Green Soap Colorant that works well in both melt and pour and cold process soaps. Lime-scented, lime-colored!

For candle makers, Agave Lime performed perfectly in joy wax, wow wax, and is nice and strong in soy wax. Recommended maximum usage in vegetable waxes and paraffin wax is 10%. As for coloring your Agave Lime-scented candles, we recommend 1 drop of green liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax. Or shred a small amount of green color block into your melted wax. Remember not to try to color your candles with a crayon- it will clog the wick!

And for those of you who want to use this refreshing fragrance oil to make potpourri and incense the maximum usage percentage is 50%. Agave Lime comes across nice and strong in aroma beads. Celebrate the love between Agave and Lime and the joining of the Citrus and Floral families! Buy Agave Lime Fragrance Oil today!