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Feb
08

Coffee Scents


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Coffee Scents

Today, let’s talk coffee!  There are so many options when it comes to coffee scents.  So, we will look a little closer at each one.  Hopefully, this will help you decide on the perfect coffee fragrance oil for your handcrafted bath and body products.  You may just find your next best selling product!

Coffee Scents:  Hazelnut Coffee Fragrance OilCoffee Scents:  Hazelnut Coffee Fragrance Oil

First, our Hazelnut Coffee Fragrance Oil is strong coffee scent that is great in both bath and body products and candles. It is the aroma of Arabica coffee beans that are blended with both nutty hazel nuts and creamy vanilla at its base. Not only is this coffee scent fabulous on its own, it is also amazing when mixed with other scents.  I actually accidentally put one of these melts in my burner that already had a Pink Sugar melt in it.  I have to say this is now my go to fragrance for my home.

Coffee Scents:  Hazelnut Coffee Soap

So, how does Hazelnut Coffee Fragrance Oil do in cold process soap? Well, there is no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. It also had a good scent retention.

 

 

Coffee Scents:  Hazelnut Coffee Candle

Now, let’s talk candle making! How do we suggest coloring your hazelnut coffee scented candles?  We suggest using five drops of brown liquid candle dye. Alternatively, you can shred a small amount of a brown color block.

 

Coffee Scents: Fresh Brewed Coffee- ORIGINAL Fragrance OilCoffee Scents:  Fresh Brewed Coffee- ORIGINAL Fragrance Oil

Next, we have our Original Fresh Brewed Coffee Fragrance Oil.  This coffee scent is the strong freshly brewed coffee.  Most coffee fragrances will have a base note of vanilla.  This note can smell like chocolate in coffee fragrances. Well, this coffee scent will have that note.  Although, if you are looking for a coffee scent without the chocolate note, keep reading.

 

Coffee Scents:  Fresh Brewed Coffee Soap

For those making cold process soap, this our original fresh brewed coffee scent is light in the finished bars, but it is still wonderful. Additionally, the cp soap batter showed no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.

 

 

Coffee Scents:  Fresh Brewed Coffee Candle
How do we suggest coloring your handcrafted candles?  You can add five drops of brown liquid candle dye to achieve a beautiful brown color. You can also use a bit of a brown color block to get the same color.

 

 

Coffee Scents:  Fresh Brewed Coffee Bath Bomb
Next, why not create bath bombs with this coffee fragrance oil! Natures Garden created this Freshly Ground Coffee Bath Bombs Recipe with bath bomb lovers in mind. This isn’t your typical bath bomb though, it uses real coffee ground.

Coffee Scents:  Mountain Hazelnut Cafe Fragrance OilCoffee Scents:  Mountain Hazelnut Cafe Fragrance Oil

Next, we have the Mountain Hazelnut Cafe Fragrance Oil.  This coffee scent happens to be a Natures Garden original fragrance.  It is a strong toasted hazelnut scent that has buttery nuances to pair perfectly this coffee blend. Then the aroma finishes with sweet undertones of warm brown sugar that give the scent a caramelized note.

 

 Coffee Scents:  Mountain Hazelnut Cafe Soap

So, how does this scent do in handcrafted cp soap making? There was no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation.  While the scent stayed light, it still created a beautiful bar of soap.

 

Coffee Scents:  Mountain Hazelnut Cafe Candle

A candle scented with Mountain Hazelnut Cafe fragrance oil would look fabulous colored in a light coffee colored candle. We suggest using three drops of brown liquid candle dye along with a drop orange, and a drop of yellow dye.  This suggestion is based on four pounds of candle wax. You can also use a small amount of a brown, orange, and yellow shredded color blocks shredded.

Coffee Scents:  Cinnanut Columbian Cafe Fragrance OilCoffee Scents:  Cinnanut Columbian Cafe Fragrance Oil

Now, Cinnanut Columbian Cafe fragrance oil from Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies has the strong tones of a fresh roasted Colombian coffee. It is followed with warm spicy cinnamon.  Next, this coffee scent has notes of warm roasted Brazil nuts along with rich sweet maple.  This is a Natures Garden original fragrance oil.

 

 

Coffee Scents:  Cinnanut Columbian Cafe Soap

When used in cold process soap, this coffee scent did very well. There was no acceleration, no separation, and no ricing.  It maintained a good scent retention and discolored to a brown color.

 

 

Coffee Scents:  Cinnanut Columbian Cafe Candle

When coloring your handmade candle and wax melts, we recommend using four drops of Spectrum brown liquid candle dye. You can also use an ample amount of a brown color block. We find this to be a perfect color for a coffee colored candle.

 

 

Coffee Scents: Cinnanut Coffee Soap RecipeSo, how have we used Cinnanut Colombian Cafe Fragrance Oil in our recipes? We created the Cinnanut Coffee Soap Recipe is a super fun layered soap recipe that looks and feels amazing on your skin! Not only that but this melt and pour soap recipe is fun to make. In addition, the mp soap is topped with our fluffy whipped soap base and topped with cinnamon.

 

Coffee Scents:  Jamaican Vanilla Cafe Fragrance OilCoffee Scents:  Jamaican Vanilla Cafe Fragrance Oil

Now, we have the delicious Jamaican Vanilla Cafe Fragrance Oil. This Natures Garden coffee scent is a rich combination of  freshly roasted Jamaican coffee.  Then, it has notes of sweet and tempting vanilla beans This is a Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies original fragrance oil.

 

 

Coffee Scents: Jamaican Vanilla Cafe in Soap

 

You can use Jamaican Vanilla Cafe Fragrance Oil in homemade soap. This fragrance oil did very well in soap.  There is no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and the fragrance maintains a good scent in the finished cold process soap. So, you will be able to create amazing cp soap with this coffee scent!

Coffee Scents: Jamaican Vanilla Cafe Candle Color Suggestion

Next, let’s talk about candles.  Using just a tiny bit of brown and yellow liquid candle dyes you can create a wonderful color that is perfect for this scent. Also, you can shred just a tiny amount of both brown and yellow color blocks into your candle wax.

 

Coffee Scents: French Vanilla Coffee Fragrance OilCoffee Scents:  French Vanilla Coffee Fragrance Oil

Our next coffee scent is a sweeter coffee aroma. Natures Garden’s French Vanilla Coffee Fragrance Oil is a perfect blend of vanilla, sugar, and freshly brewed coffee. It is blended to perfection for all the coffee lovers that like their coffee sweet and creamy!

 

 

 

Coffee Scents:  French Vanilla Coffee Soap

If you use this scent in your cp soap recipes, then get ready for some fabulous coffee scented soap!  This coffee scent remains subtly beautiful and nice in soap. French Vanilla Coffee Fragrance Oil caused no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.

 

 

Coffee Scents:  French Vanilla Coffee Candle

When used in candle wax, we would recommend creating a creamy light brown candle for this scent. So, use two drops of brown liquid candle dye.  You can also use a small amount of shredded brown color block in four pounds of wax.

 

 


So, how have we used French Vanilla Coffee in some of our recipe ideas?  We created the Christmas Coffee Wax Tarts Recipe  using not one, but two coffee fragrance oils.  This wax melt recipe uses both French Vanilla Coffee Scent and Snickerdoodle Latte Fragrance Oil.  In addition, we topped these cute melts with real coffee beans.

Coffee Scents:  Cafe Caramel Fragrance OilCoffee Scents:  Cafe Caramel Fragrance Oil

Next, we have my favorite coffee scent, Cafe Caramel Fragrance Oil! This coffee fragrance oil from Natures Garden Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies is the a sweet cappuccino.  This scent is also that is filled with heavy cream and is sweetened with the extremely sweet caramel. It is an awesome blend of coffee and creamy sugar blended perfectly for you handmade candles and bath and body products.

 

Coffee Scents:  Cafe Caramel Soap

This caramel coffee scent is the perfect soap making fragrance oil! First of all, this coffee scented fragrance oil will have a good scent in the cured cp soap. We found no acceleration, no separation, and ricing.

 

 

Coffee Scents: Cafe Caramel Candle

This caramel coffee beverage scent would work perfectly in a caramel colored candle!  We would recommend using two drops of brown along with a tiny bit of orange liquid candle dye.  This is for four pounds of wax.  You can also shred an small amount of a brown color block and an orange color block into your candle wax.

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cafe Caramel ScrubCafe Caramel Fragrance Oil is also perfect in body scrubs as well.  In fact, you can create the Toffee Crunch Latte Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe! This handmade sugar scrub recipe will smell as delicious as the coffee drink!  Create a layered scrub made to look just like the drink, even complete with the whipped cream topping!

 

Coffee Scents:  Cafe Mocha Fragrance OilCoffee Scents:  Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil

Also, you can try out our delicious Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil in your homemade products! This amazing cafe fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the perfect arrangement of fragrance notes reminiscent of fresh brewed coffee, chocolate syrup, creamy vanilla, and marshmallows. If you are in the mood for a scrumptious coffee and chocolate scent blend, then this is going to be the perfect scent for you!  You are going to love this fragrance oil!

 

Coffee Scents:  Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil Soap

Next, how does this coffee scent perform in cold process soap?  Cafe Mocha fragrance oil performs very well.  It showed no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.  The cured discolors to the perfect shade of brown for this scent. It remains strong throughout cure.

 

 

Coffee Scents:  Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil Candle

In addition, you can use Cafe Mocha fragrance oil in your own scented candles! We feel that cafe mocha scented candles would be perfect in a dark brown color. So, we suggest using either four drops of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax.  Alternatively, you can use an ample amount of a shredded brown color block.

 

Coffee Scents:  Cafe Mocha Scrub
Also, you can include Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil in the Coffee Butter Scrub Recipe! This handcrafted body scrub recipe incorporates coffee grounds, providing an amazing exfoliation. In addition, the recipe uses the perfect combination of butters so that you skin will be left smooth and moisturized.

 

 

Coffee Scents:  Fresh Brewed Coffee- WORLDS BEST Fragrance OilCoffee Scents:  Fresh Brewed Coffee- Worlds Best Fragrance Oil

This coffee scent was ten years in the making.  We tested and tested to find a coffee fragrance oil without that distinct chocolate base.  Well we finally found a true freshly brewed coffee fragrance oil. We call it Worlds Best Fresh Brewed Coffee.  It can be found right here at Natures Garden! This perfect coffee fragrance has wonderful effervescent coffee top notes, and incredible scent throw! This fragrance is so strong that you may even want to cut back on the amount you use in your applications. Please don’t judge this fragrance oil out of the bottle. It is simply incredible and true in products!

Coffee Scents: Fresh Brewed Coffee Worlds Best Soap

This world’s best coffee scent is amazing for those creating handmade coffee soap.  This coffee fragrance oil leaves a light scent in cured homemade cold process soap. Also, the cp soap performs wonderfully with this coffee scented oil. There was no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.

 

Coffee Scents: Fresh Brewed Coffee Worlds Best Candle

Since this fragrance oil possesses a pure coffee aroma, we would suggest coloring your handmade candles dark brown. This fresh brewed coffee scent will pair perfectly paired when you add in five drops of brown liquid candle dye.  Another option is to add an ample amount of shredded brown color block.  Our recommendations are always based on a four pound batch of wax.

 

Coffee Scents: Fresh Brewed Coffee Worlds Best Lotion
Our Frappe Mocha Body Cream Recipe is an wonderful homemade lotion recipe.  It is scented with Cafe Mocha fragrance oil. This coffee scented lotion will leave your skin soft and moisturized.  It also has just a touch of Chocolate Fudge Fragrance Oil, and uses real coffee! So, you will smell fantastic and your skin will feel amazing.

 

Coffee Scents: Fresh Brewed Coffee Worlds Best SoapNext, the Coffee Melt and Pour Soap Recipe also uses this fresh brewed coffee fragrance oil. It also uses actual coffee ground! This homemade soap recipe has exfoliating properties all the way through your bars. Melt and pour soap is an easy way to make your own soap at home!

 

Coffee Scents: Cappuccino Fragrance OilCoffee Scents: Cappuccino Fragrance Oil

Next, we have the delicious Cappuccino Fragrance Oil. This amazing beverage scent is perfect for creating your bath and body products. This fragrance oil by Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies has a rich fresh brewed coffee scent that is strong along with notes of heavy cream and sugar. Together this scent makes a perfect coffee blend!

 

 

Coffee Scents: Cappuccino Fragrance Oil in Soap

Also, this coffee fragrance oil is perfect for making cold process soap. The scent retains a good scent in the cured soaps. It also performs very well. There was no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. It discoloration to a perfect cappuccino color!

 

 

Coffee Scents:  Cappuccino Fragrance Oil Candle

In addition, you can include this delicious aroma in your homemade candles. We would suggest that you use five drops of brown liquid candle dye.  This is based on a four pound batch.  You can also shred a small amount of a brown color block into your candle wax.

 

 

We used Cappuccino Fragrance Oil from Natures Garden in this Cappuccino Coffee Cold Process Soap Recipe.  This cold process soap recipe is just divine!  It uses actual coffee in the soap and both ground coffee and whole coffee beans.

 

 

 

Coffee Scents:  Snickerdoodle Latte Fragrance OilCoffee Scents:  Snickerdoodle Latte Fragrance Oil

Finally, you can include the scrumptious Snickerdoodle Latte Fragrance Oil in your candle or bath and body products. This coffee scent by Natures Garden Candle and Soap Making Supplies is a rich roasted Colombian coffee that is blended with spices and hints of roasted nuts in this beverage sensation. In addition, this original scent has a base of vanilla butter cream add tempting sweetness to the blend.

 

Coffee Scents:  Snickerdoodle Latte in Soap

A wonderful way to use this coffee scent is in your handmade soaps! Snickerdoodle Latte Fragrance Oil showed has no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation in cold process soap. The scent retention was also good in our finished soap.

 

 

Coffee Scents:  Snickerdoodle Latte Candle

Also, you can use this fragrance oil in your scented candles. Snickerdoodle Latte scent would be perfect with this coffee with cream candle color. In order to achieve this color, use two drops of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax.  You can also shred a small amount of a brown color block into your melted candle wax.

 

 

Dec
17

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners


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15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners

We at Natures Garden have 15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners. These various soap making classes are perfect for beginning soap makers. These soap classes will help beginners gain knowledge about different types of soap making and learn how to make homemade soap. So, you will be able to learn everything that you need to know about soap making. Of course, these classes vary from important safety tips to specific advice for making both cold process soap and melt and pour soap. This will provide you with all of the information that you will need to create gorgeous homemade soap!

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making Safety15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making Safety

Before you begin learning how to create homemade soap, you need to make sure that you know all about important soap safety. Learning about how to be safe during this process is especially important for making cold process soap. While you need to careful with lye when making cold process soap, there are some things that you can do to keep yourself safe when making melt and pour soap. So, any of our beginning soap makers should take a look at the Soap Making Safety class. So, you can use this class to make sure that they know how to stay safe as they learn how to make soap.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making: Where Do I Start15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making: Where Do I Start

If you have never made your own soap, then you will benefit from the information in our class called Soap Making: Where Do I Start. This soap making class will break down the four different types of soap making methods. First, our beginning soap makers will learn all about the cold process soap method. This will allow you to combine water, lye, and cosmetic oils to create a perfect soap with the best soap properties.

Also, you can learn about the benefits and process of melt and pour soap. If you enjoy the benefits of cold process soap, then you may be interested in making soap from scratch with a shorter cure time. So, you may enjoy learning about either hot process soap or oven process soap. This way new soap makers can learn how to make these different soap making methods. Whether you find out that you enjoy one type of soap or you want to create all types of soap, you can determine which particular methods that you would like to try to create!

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Melt and Pour Soap Information15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Melt and Pour Soap Information

If you are interested in creating melt and pour soap for the first time, then you may benefit from checking out our Melt and Pour Soap Information. First, the soap making class will share with you various cosmetic ingredients and additives that you can use to make a fantastic batch of melt and pour soap. Also, this class on soap making will explain the process of making a batch of melt and pour soap, which includes picking out the perfect mp soap base. Plus, this soap class shares additives like cosmetic oils and herbs that will improve the bar of soap. Further, this soap making class will share with you various tips and tricks for making sure that your finished soap turns out conditioning for the skin and beautiful!

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Easy Directions for Making Melt and Pour Soap15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Easy Directions for Making Melt and Pour Soap

One of the easiest ways to make homemade soap is to use a melt and pour soap base! This will allow you to create scented soap at home without formulating your own recipe. So, you can do all the fun parts of soaping, like adding scents, wonderful colorants, and using great soap molds. If you are curious about learning how to make fun melt and pour soap, then check out a class on our Easy Directions for Making Melt and Pour Soap! This soap making class will go over all of the advice for making soap with a great mp soap base.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Common Soap Making Questions15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Common Soap Making Questions

Anyone that wants to get into cold process soap making may find that there are some unfamiliar terms. This can be confusing for beginning craft makers. So, we have created a list of important soap terms that you may come across as a beginning soap maker. Whether you want to know what trace or rebatch means, you can find out ll about these terms and much more! If you have any questions about a confusing term, then check out our class on Common Soap Making Questions.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making Terminology15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making Terminology

As you begin to get more into soap making, you may find that some instructions and recipes have some unfamiliar terms. If you ever come across a new word that seems specific to soap making, then the class on Soap Making Terminology will be very useful. This soap making class defines all kinds of soap terms and abbreviations that are related to the process of making soap from scratch. So, this is a soap class that will be extremely useful for beginning soap makers.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Cold Process Soap Class 10115 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Cold Process Soap Class 101

There are all kinds of benefits for making soap from scratch. However, there are some things that you should know before you gather all your soap making supplies. Not only do you need to determine which cosmetic oils you want to use, but you will want to determine the proportions as well. Plus, you will want to figure out which fragrance oils would be best for making cp soap. If you are a bit overwhelmed with all of these options, we have a basic soap making recipe that is perfect for beginning soap makers in our Cold Process Soap Class 101. Not only will you find an easy to follow recipe, but this helpful guide will help you with all the other important choices for soaping. So, there are all kinds of great tips you can benefit from in this soap class!

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Fragrances Tested in CP Soap Results

Another important decision that you will need to make for creating your soaps is the fragrance oil. Not only do you need to pick your favorite scents, but you need to find a scent that works well in soap making. If you want to make sure that the fragrance you want to use is good for soaping, then check out our class on Fragrances Tested in CP Soap Results. This list of fragrances will provide you with details about how the scent will perform in your cp soap.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Making Your Own Soap Recipe15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Making Your Own Soap Recipe

This soap making class will help you calculate the amounts and types of conditioning oils for your own soap recipe. Of course, there is a nice website that you can use that will help you through the process of formulating your own soap recipe. So, you can choose your oils and cosmetic ingredients to create a bar of soap with all the best properties. Further, our soap making class will walk you through the various sections of the soap calculator. So, our class on Making Your Own Soap Recipe would be a great place for beginning soap makers to start learning how to formulate your own cp soap.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making - Finding the Perfect Recipe15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making – Finding the Perfect Recipe

All of the cosmetic ingredients that you will need for making homemade soaps will have different properties that you can benefit from. Plus, the different cosmetic oils will each have unique properties and different skin benefits. If you are interested in finding, then you may be interested in checking out our soap class on Soap Making- Finding the Perfect Recipe. With your new knowledge of the properties of each cosmetic oil, you can create a bar with all the soap properties you would want in a bar of soap.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soaping Oil Properties15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soaping Oil Properties

When you are creating your homemade soap recipes, it can be useful to know about the different properties that cosmetic oils can have for your soap recipes. In order to make a great soap recipe, you will want to combine cosmetic oils to create a nice balance between hardness, cleansing, conditioning, bubbly lather, and creamy. If you are interested in learning about the specific properties of soap making oils, then you may want to check out our class on Soaping Oil Properties.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Essential Oils Class15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Essential Oils Class

Not only can you use fragrance oils to scent your soap, but you can use essential oils as well! If you want to learn more about how to scent soap with essential oils, then check out our Essential Oils Class. Not only does this soap making class share which oils are body safe and other advice, but the class goes into the detail of how essential oils are created.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Exfoliant Class15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Exfoliant Class

There are all kinds of great soap making ingredients that you can use to make fantastic herbal soap bars. You can make fantastic soaps using cosmetic herbs. These great soap additives will add beneficial properties to your scented soap recipe. There are all kinds of reasons why you would add herbs to your cosmetic recipes. Some of our cosmetic herbs can be used to exfoliate the dead skin from your body. In our Exfoliant Class, we will share with you all kinds of cosmetic ingredients that can be used to create an exfoliating batch of soap. So, you will have a soap recipe that will exfoliate dead skin cells and grime as you clean your skin.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Coloring Class15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Coloring Class

Another fun soap making ingredient that you can use to make gorgeous soap is cosmetic colorants. First, you can use natural colorants to add some color to your soap bars. In fact, there are some cosmetic herbs that are pigmented and will provide your soap with beautiful hues. Also, you can use soap making colorants to create some bold colored soap. Further, you can use some of our mica dust powder to create a glittery, beautiful bar of soap. If you are curious about what you can use to create colorful soaps, then take a look at your options in our class on Soap Coloring Class.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: The History of Soap Making15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: The History of Soap Making

Homemade soap has been made by human civilizations for thousands of years. Although the purpose of soap is always to clean the body, the ways people make their soap has changed throughout time. There were quite a few methods for soap making and they had to go through quite a bit of trial and error to refine the process over the years. If you are interested in learning more about the ways that soap has been made in the past, then check out our soap making class on The History of Soap Making.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Homemade Gift Ideas

One great reason for you to create homemade soap is to give as gifts to your loved ones. Of course, making homemade soap from scratch is a fantastic idea for creating gifts for the holidays. Not only do we at Natures Garden believe that scented soap is a fantastic gift idea, but the organized mom blog talks about how great a gift soap is in their DIY Gift Ideas: Why homemade soap is the perfect gift article.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Reach Out to Us15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Reach Out to Us

If you have any more questions about soap making, then you can feel free to reach out to us at Natures Garden! You can reach out to us in the store, on the phone, and online. An easy way to reach out to us online is through social media. You can find us on our Facebook page, Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on Twitter and Instagram. So, we hope to hear from you soon and we wish you the best with your soap making!

Dec
07

Coconut Soap Recipes


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Coconut Soap RecipesCoconut Soap Recipes

Coconut Oil is one of the most popular oils that is used in soap making. It’s very affordable, easy to obtain and it can be very good for the skin and hair. If you love making soap, or are new to soap making, take a look at some of Nature’s Garden’s coconut soap recipes. Not only will you be inspired by the creativity, but you skin will be happy and healthy looking!

Coconut oil is perfect for smoothing out dry, frizzy hair and it is also good for nourishing dry, split ends. If you have a sensitivity to products that contain a lot of chemicals or fragrances, this is a good, natural alternative to lotion or body cream and of course, it’s perfect for hydrating that itchy, dry skin. Since coconut oil contains Vitamin E, it is also perfect for helping to delay the look of wrinkles.

Coconut Soap Recipes: Which Coconut Oil do I use?Coconut Soap Recipes: Which Coconut Oil do I use?

As you may know, there are two types of coconut oil. Nature’s Garden offers Coconut Oil-76 and Fractionated Coconut Oil. Both work equally well in all bath and body products. You may notice that fractionated coconut oil does not solidify like regular coconut oil-76 does. That is because the fatty triglycerides from the oil have been removed and what is left is the clear, liquid form of the coconut oil. This type of coconut oil is perfect for using in massage oils, as a carrier oil for lip gloss or essential oils. Any time you want your product to stay at as a liquid, fractionated coconut oil is the perfect answer.

Coconut Oil-76 is a solid form of and only turns liquid in temperatures of 76 degrees Fahrenheit or above. Coconut oil is popular in any type of soap making, bath and body products and even in cooking. It is also very obtainable in grocery stores, soap making supply stores and at any type of big box store. It also very affordable, which makes it perfect for making soap. Both types of coconut oil will give your soap a wonderful, bubbly lather and can also contribute to making your soap hard and white. Coconut Oil-76 is perfect for any type of cosmetic product or bath and body product, such as a body scrub, that you want to have a solid form to.

Coconut Soap Recipes: Orange Swirled Cold Process Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Orange Swirled Cold Process Soap Recipe

Our first recipe looks good enough to eat and smells just as delicious! Our Orange Swirled Cold process soap is a yummy concoction of some major skin loving ingredients. Shea butter, coconut oil-76, avocado oil are just a few of the ingredients that go into this soap. It smells amazing since we used our Blood Orange fragrance oil. This is a perfect blend of tangy oranges and a touch of floral thyme in the background. To top off this sweet smelling soap is some cute orange slices that were made with some Diamond Melt and Pour soap. This recipe makes 16 bars of soap. They would make perfect gifts to give this Christmas.

Coconut Soap Recipes: Raspberry Cold Process Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Raspberry Cold Process Soap Recipe

Next we have our Raspberry Cold Process soap recipe. This is an easy cp soap recipe that looks like a piece of raspberry swirled cheesecake. This soap is made with cocoa and shea butter, coconut oil-76, sunflower oil, and meadowfoam seed oil, to just name a few. We scented this soap in our Fresh Raspberry. A lovely, bright and fresh, true raspberry fragrance.  This recipe makes 9 bars of soap.

 

Coconut Soap Recipes: Beard Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Beard Soap Recipe

You may have noticed that beards are incredibly popular among today’s male population. Since your beard is the first thing that is noticed about you, it should be given some extra special attention. Plus, a scruffy beard makes a bad first impression. This Beard Soap is a wonderful addition to your men’s line of bath and body products! Your beard will be soft, smooth and the skin underneath will be nicely moisturized. We made this hot process soap with coconut oil-76, jojoba oil, lanolin and shea butter. Plus, we chose to scent this soap  in our Gurjan Balsam Essential oil. This is a very natural and manly smell. 

Coconut Soap Recipes: Mistletoe Cold Process Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Mistletoe Cold Process Soap Recipe

Here is a fun soap to make at Christmas time! Mistletoe Cold Process soap is made with mango butter, apricot kernel oil, and both fractionated coconut oil and coconut oil-76. This makes a wonderful lathery bar that will last you all through the Christmas season. We scented this soap in our Mistletoe & Ivy fragrance oil which is a perfect scent for the holidays! This fragrance is a bright blend of cedar, sandalwood, ivy, musk and cool camphor! Your skin will be smelling like the holidays with this soap recipe!

Coconut Soap Recipes: Herbal Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Herbal Soap Recipe

This Herbal Soap Recipe is a lovely recipe for those that like a more natural scent to their soap. This soap is scented in Dandelion Pear which smells fresh and clean, just like soap should smell! Bitter dandelion and wildflowers are the top notes which is mellowed out by pear, green tea and aloe. This is a perfect springtime soap! We used coconut-76, shea butter, sunflower oil and apricot kernel oil to name a few. On top, we used mango butter melt and pour for the smiley face embeds and sprinkle Chamomile Flowers on top for a finishing touch.

Coconut Soap Recipes: Cappuccino Coffee Cold Process Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Cappuccino Coffee Cold Process Soap Recipe

This Cappuccino Coffee Cold Process Soap is perfect for the coffee lovers in your life! For this recipe we chose to use Fractionated coconut oil along with cocoa butter, sweet almond oil, avocado oil. We also used fresh brewed coffee as part of the lye mixture! Next we added in some coffee grounds to give the soap some gentle exfoliation. We scented this soap in our Cappuccino fragrance oil that smells of coffee, cream and sugar! Lastly, we sprinkled whole coffee beans on top the white fluffy topping to put this cold process soap over the top!

Coconut Soap Recipes: Strawberries and Champagne Cold Process Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Strawberries and Champagne Cold Process Soap Recipe

This Strawberries and Champagne Cold Process soap is fun soap to create for the beginning of the new year, or even for Valentine’s Day. This creative soap is made with fractionated coconut oil, mango butter, shea butter, sunflower oil and even some lanolin to give it some extra moisturizing! On top we added some cute little melt and pour soap embeds made into champagne bottles! We scented this soap in our very popular NG Strawberries & Champagne fragrance oil! This scent is a perfect combination of strawberries and effervescent apple cider!

Coconut Soap Recipes: Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap Recipe

Who doesn’t love brownies? Pretty much everybody. So why not create a soap that is America’s favorite number one dessert!  This soap would be perfect for your brownie lovers or even kids who like a sweet treat to make bath time more fun! Hot Fudge Brownie Cold Process soap is going to make your bathroom  smell like brownie heaven! We used our Hot Fudge Brownie fragrance oil, which smells like fresh, fudgey brownies! The soap batter was made using fractionated coconut oil, cocoa butter, avocado oil and we even used some organic cocoa powder for natural colorant!

 

Coconut Soap Recipes: Fruit Frenzy Cold Process Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Fruit Frenzy Cold Process Soap Recipe

This Fruit Frenzy Cold Process soap is a very good recipe for beginners. Simple ingredients such as fractionated coconut oil coconut oil-76, castor oil, grapeseed oil and mango butter will help make your soap rich, creamy and moisturizing. Also, we scented this soap in our Fresh Fruit Slices, which smells like everything fruit! Fresh Fruit Slices fragrance oil works perfectly in cold process soap with no discoloring, ricing, accelerating or separating. We also added some dried orange peel to help give this soap a natural color! Perfectly simple and sweet!

Coconut Soap Recipes: Pumpkin Puree Cold Process Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Pumpkin Puree Cold Process Soap Recipe

So what is the benefit of adding pumpkin puree to your soap? Well in our Pumpkin Puree Cold Process Soap Recipe it does help add some natural color. Best of all, pumpkin is full of alpha hydroxy acids, fruit enzymes and vitamins A and D, which have been shown to soften and smooth skin as well as boost collagen to help prevent signs of aging! Along with pumpkin puree we used fractionated coconut oil, olive oil and even some pumpkin seed oil to make this soap amazingly skin friendly! The fragrance oil we chose to use is our yummy Pumpkin Apple Butter fragrance oil. It smells deliciously fall like with a scent of apples, pumpkin butter and spices!

Coconut Soap Recipes: Wine Cold Process Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Wine Cold Process Soap Recipe

Next we have our Wine Cold Process Soap. This soap can be made with any kind of wine you would like to use. The addition of wine helps with natural colorant and is used in place of water. This soap was made using strictly oil, no butters. You will have a lovely, moisturizing bar of soap! Of course our fragrance of choice is Merlot fragrance oil. This is a wonderful blend of raspberries, plums, and strawberries with a spicy background!

Coconut Soap Recipes: Blueberry Cheesecake Cold Process Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Blueberry Cheesecake Cold Process Soap Recipe

This Blueberry Cheesecake cold process soap is a beautiful rendition of the yummy, decadent dessert. With its pretty blue and white swirls and the fluffy topping, this soap is almost too pretty to use! Made with both coconut oil-76 and fractionated coconut oil, these oils along with shea butter, safflower oil and palm oil will give your luxurious, lathering soap! Of course the inspiration behind the soap was our Blueberry Cheesecake fragrance oil! This fragrance oil is a sweet blend of cheesecake, blueberries, cream, vanilla and brown sugar, you will be tempted to take a lick!

Coconut Soap Recipes: Hippies & Hemp Cold Process Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Hippies & Hemp Cold Process Soap Recipe

If you need a groovy soap recipe to enhance your line of bath and body products, give this Hippies & Hemp cold process soap recipe a try! How cool is this soap with its psychedelic swirls of neon colors!  We created this soap using  shea butter, safflower oil, coconut oil-76 and fractionated coconut oil. Your skin will be pleased with the rich moisturizing qualities that will come from this bar of soap! We used our Cannabis Flower fragrance oil that is a truly unique blend of cannabis, violet, green fern and cashmere woods. This soap will definitely have people stopping in their tracks. If not to smell, but to notice the fun swirl of colors that will catch their eye!

Coconut Soap Recipes: Lime Cupcake Cold Process Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Lime Cupcake Cold Process Soap Recipe

Lime Cold Process Soap is a fun soap to make if you enjoy frosting and decorating! This recipe along with the fragrance oil, Agave Lime are a perfect combination to allow you to decorate and get fancy! We used coconut oil-76, mango butter, palm oil and castor oil for the soap batter and frosting! Since Agave Lime fragrance oil works perfectly in cold process soap with no ricing, discoloring, separation or accelerating, you will have no problems when it comes to piping! For the limes we used Diamond Clear melt and pour soap base and perched them atop the fluffy white frosting!

Coconut Soap Recipes: Apricotie Hottie Soap RecipeCoconut Soap Recipes: Apricotie Hottie Soap Recipe

As you noticed, most of our recipes have been cold process, which is very popular in the soaping world due to “clean-ness” of your finished product. However, hot process is a quicker, if not easier soaping process. The crock pot does all the work for you and your cure time is cut down. The main difference is that hot process soap has a more rustic appearance that CP soap.

Take our Apricotie Hottie Soap for instance. This is truly a simple soap recipe and perfect for beginners! Made with only a few ingredients such as coconut oil-76, mango butter, shea butter, avocado and apricot kernel oil, you will have a wonderful, sudsy, moisturizing bar of soap in no time! Our Apricot Fragrance Oil smells so amazing sweet and “apricotie”! Plus this fragrance holds up beautifully through the hot processing!

Coconut Soap Recipes: That’s it for now

We hope you enjoyed learning all these recipes that use coconut oil-76 and fractionated coconut oil. Both oils are amazing for your skin and will give your bars of cold and hot process soap the best moisturizing abilities there are!

We love hearing from our followers and customers! If you have a beautiful creation that you would love to share with the world, come find us on Facebook, Twitter (@ngscents) or on Instagram (@ngscents) Take a picture, tell us what Nature’s Garden product you used and we will share it will everybody!

Nov
30

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe


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Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap RecipeGoodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe

Are you looking for a super cute and very simple recipe to create melt and pour soaps that smell just as scrumptious as they appear? Then no need to look any further than our Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe! This scrumptious craft has been inspired by a delicious childhood scent found at Natures Garden. Since the goal is making gumdrop soaps, it’s no surprise that this inspirational candy scent is no other than Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Fragrance Oil! This scented oil smells just like a long beloved candy that is both sentimental and perfect for the upcoming holidays. Whether gumdrops are used to decorate a gingerbread house or to line grandma’s candy dish, this candy is a Christmas delight! So, why not add these yummy gumdrop melt and pour soaps to your holiday décor? These are perfect for decorative guest soaps, lovely handmade Christmas gifts, or even adorable party favors! Plus, these small candy hand soaps are perfect duplicates of the real deal and look good enough to eat!  Not only do these adorable little gumdrop candy soaps look absolutely perfect, but this recipe is an easy melt and pour soap creation that anyone could make.

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Natures Garden Ingredients

Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Fragrance Oil

Neon Pink Fun Soap Colorant

Neon Green Fun Soap Colorant

FUN Soap Colorant Neon Orange

Ultramarine Violet Fun Soap Colorant

Neon Blue Fun Soap Colorant

8 oz Clear PET Bottle

24/410 Fine Mist Sprayer

Round Silicone Cupcake Molds

 

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Other Ingredients

White Granulated Sugar

A Spray Bottle of Rubbing Alcohol

1 medium sized bowl

4 smaller sized bowls

Gumdrops mold (flexiblemolds.com)

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Melting Your Melt and Pour Soap

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Melting Your Melt and Pour SoapFor the first step you will want to use a medium, microwave safe bowl. Use a scale to weigh out and cut up 413 grams of Diamond Clear Melt and Pour Soap. This can be melted in a microwave for a minute or so. Make sure you don’t put in for too long because you don’t want your soap to get too hot. Getting your soap too hot could happen very easily if you leave the soap unattended so be sure to watch as you microwave. We suggest that you take the soap out periodically and mix it to prevent this. While there may be some soap chunks remaining in the bowl, the soap may be hot enough to melt the soap chunks as you mix. If it isn’t hot enough, then stick it back in the microwave for a few more seconds and try again. Note that for the next few steps you will want to move a bit faster because the soap will begin to set up as it cools.

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Scenting Your Melt and Pour Soap

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Scenting Your Melt and Pour SoapFor your second step you will be adding Natures Garden’s Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Fragrance Oil to your already melted soap. Using your gram scale, add 4 grams of the Goodie Goodie Gum Drops Fragrance Oil to your medium sized bowl of melted diamond clear melt and pour soap. Be sure that you do not add more than 4 grams of this fragrance because it has a body safe limit of 1% of the weight for the total recipe. Mix the fragrance oil in quickly and get ready to separate the soap into the small four bowls. If your melt and pour soap begins to set up, you can add it to the microwave for a few seconds. However, it cannot become too hot or the fragrance oil will burn off! So, you will need to be quick and ready to go.

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Separate Your Melt and Pour Soap

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Separate Your Melt and Pour SoapFor the next step you will be taking your medium sized bowl to equally divide the melted soap into four small bowls. Each of your bowls will be used to create one of four different colors from the scrumptious gumdrop soaps. Now, using your scale, weigh out approximately 103 grams of the scented melt and pour soap in each bowl.

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Color Your Melt and Pour Soap

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Color Your Green Soap

Next, we will be adding various Fun Soap Colorants to the bowls. This will create a variety of colored gumdrops! First, you will be creating some great green goodie gumdrop soaps! Take one of your previously weighed small bowls of melt and pour soap. Next, add 4 drops of our neon green fun soap colorant. This will give your soap a bright green candy color. Now, stir until the fun soap colorant has been evenly distributed throughout the melted soap. Pour the green soap into the first row of the gumdrop mold and spray with alcohol. Make sure that any soap that is remaining on top of the mold is wiped away to prevent the other gumdrops from color transfer.

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Color Your Pink Soap

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Color Your Melt and Pour SoapNext, you are going to create your pretty pink gumdrop soaps! Take your next small bowl that has 103 grams of melt and pour soap. Stir in 2 drops of our neon pink fun soap colorant. Also, add 2 drops of our ultramarine violet fun soap colorant. After the dye has been mixed in evenly to create a vibrant pink hue, pour the soap into the second row of the gumdrop mold. Spray your pink soap with alcohol and wipe the excess soap from the top of the mold.

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Color Your Blue Soap

Now, it’s is time for you to create your scrumptious blue gumdrop candy melt and pour soap! Take another small bowl of melted soap. Now, stir in 5 drops of the neon blue fun soap colorant. Also, add 1 drop of the ultramarine violet fun soap colorant. Once the dye has been mixed in well, pour the soap into the third row of the mold and spray this row with alcohol.  Also, wipe any soap poured above the indent.

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Color Your Orange Soap

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Color Your Melt and Pour SoapFinally, you will be making the fantastic orange gumdrop soap! Grab one of the small bowls of melted soap. Stir in 8 drops of neon orange fun soap colorant. Once all of the melt and pour soap is evenly orange, pour the soap into the last row of the gumdrop mold. Spray the final row with alcohol and be sure that the orange melt and pour soap can’t get into another row.

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Unmolding Your Melt and Pour Soaps

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Unmolding Your Melt and Pour SoapsNow it’s time to play the waiting game for a few minutes. Although it doesn’t take too long to set up, you must make sure that the melt and pour soap has completely set up. If you wish to speed up the soap’s cooling process, you have the option to move your filled soap mold to your refrigerator. Just make sure that your soaps are set up just enough on the top to be able to move the mold without creating ripples on the top of your soaps. You can tell whether they’re ready by watching the tops and slowly moving. If it looks too liquid, wait longer. Eventually, the soap will be entirely set up, either on its own or with some help from the fridge, and you will be able to pop the cute little melt and pour candy soaps out of the gumdrop mold.

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Sweetening Your Melt and Pour Soaps

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Sweetening Your Melt and Pour SoapsAs a final step you can use some white, granulated sugar to make your melt and pour soaps look more realistic. This is the step that really makes these little candy soaps look realistic! Adding sugar doesn’t reduce the quality of the soap, as the sugar can wash right off before use. Now, spread a nice layer of your white cane sugar on a plate. Then, spray one of your gumdrops with some rubbing alcohol to get the sugar to stick to the soap better. Now you can lightly roll the sprayed gumdrop soap in the white sugar to get an even coat on the little soap. You can repeat the spraying and rolling steps with the other melt and pour gumdrop soaps.

Goodie Goodie Gumdrops Soap Recipe Sweetening Your Melt and Pour SoapsFinally, this should leave you with the finished product of sixteen irresistibly cute gumdrop melt and pour soaps! These sweet little soaps are ready to use but, so cute that you may not want to wash them away. Instead, you may decide to use these sweet candy soaps to decorate your home. These little melt and pour goodies would be perfect with the round silicone cupcake molds as your soap dish! On the other hand, you could attempt to trick a friend into trying the candy scented soap, since these soaps are just realistic enough to work. Just don’t let them actually eat them! Regardless of how you intend to use these festive holiday melt and pour soaps, they are guaranteed to add a bit of holiday cheer to your home.

Nov
16

Graffiti Soap Recipe


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Graffiti Soap RecipeGraffiti Soap Recipe

Natures Garden has created our Graffiti Soap Recipe that is fun for both the young and young at heart!  This is the perfect melt and pour soap recipe to do with your kids.  Our graffiti soap uses drizzles and splatters to create a paint inspired recipe sure to delight.  This is a wonderful way for beginner soap makers to decorate their melt and pour soap as well!

 

 

Graffiti Soap Recipe Natures Garden Ingredients

Below, is a list of the ingredients you will find available at Natures Garden.  Most of the ingredients for our melt and pour graffiti soap recipe can be found right on our website.  You can simply click on the links below.


Graffiti Soap Recipe Ingredients

Fun Soap Colorant Ultramarine Violet
Shea Butter Melt and Pour Soap Base

Country Garden Fragrance Oil
FUN Soap Colorant Neon Yellow
FUN Soap Colorant Neon Green
Basic Rectangle Soap Mold
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottle
FUN Soap Colorant Neon Orange
FUN Soap Colorant Neon Blue
White Fine Mist Sprayer 24/410
Natures Garden Apron
FUN Soap Colorant Neon Pink

Graffiti Soap Recipe Other Ingredients Needed

Scale
Microwave
Mixing Bowls
Mixing Spoons
Rubbing Alcohol
Freezer Paper

Preparing the White Soap Base of the Graffiti Soap Recipe

Graffiti Soap Recipe MP Soap

 

First, we will be creating the white base portion of your soap.  Using your scale, weigh out 865 grams of Natures Garden’s Shea Butter Melt and Pour Base.  Melt your shea butter soap base in the microwave in 30 second intervals.   Heat only until your base is in a fluid state.  Be careful not to overheat your base.

 

Graffiti Soap Recipe Adding Fragrance Oil

 

Once you have melted the shea butter base, add 43 grams of Country Garden Fragrance Oil.  Then, stir well to blend the fragrance oil with the soap base.

 

 

Graffiti Soap Recipe Pouring Melt and Pour Soap

 

Then, pour it into two of the basic rectangle soap mold.  Once you have poured the soap, spray any air bubbles that appear with rubbing alcohol.

 

 

 

Graffiti Soap Recipe White MP Base

 

Finally, allow the melt and pour soap to set up before you remove it from the mold.  Once you have removed the bars from the mold, place them on a piece of freezer paper.

 

 

Preparing the Colored Soap Bases for our Graffiti Soap Recipe

Graffiti Soap Recipe Melt and Pour Soap

 

 

 

 

 

Pink Soap  FUN Soap Colorant Neon Pink- 6 drops
Blue Soap  FUN Soap Colorant Neon Blue- 8 drops
Green Soap  FUN Soap Colorant Neon Green- 3 drops
Yellow Soap  FUN Soap Colorant Neon Yellow- 5 drops
Orange Soap  FUN Soap Colorant Neon Orange- 10 drops
Purple Soap  FUN Soap Colorant Ultramarine Violet- 9 drops

Graffiti Soap Recipe With Country Garden Fragrance Oil

 

Now, you will need six small microwave safe bowls.  Add 95 grams of the shea butter melt and pour soap to each bowl.  Then, melt the soap base, again, in 30 second intervals.  Once melted, add 4 grams of Country Garden Fragrance Oil.

 

 

Graffiti Soap Recipe Yellow Soap Base
For the next portion of the soap, you will want prepare each color one at a time.  We began with the yellow soap.  However, you may begin  with whatever color you would like.  Use the guide above to color your melt and pour soap.

 

 

Graffiti Soap Recipe Yellow Splatter Soap

 

Once melted, you will first want to spray your white bases with rubbing alcohol.  This will allow the drizzled soap to adhere to the white soap.  Then, use as spoon to drizzle or splatter your first color.  Make sure you drizzle the soap on each bar.

 

 

Graffiti Soap Recipe Orange Splatter Soap

 

Now, move to the next color.  You will want to spray the bars of soap again with rubbing alcohol to ensure adhesion.  Drizzle the next color.

 

 

 

Graffiti Soap Recipe Pink Splatter Soap

 

Follow the last couple steps, until you have used each color.  You do not need to use all of each color at once.  We saved some of each color so we could do multiple layers.

 

 

 

Graffiti Soap Recipe Shea Butter MP Soap

 

Continue drizzling and splattering your soap until you are satisfied with your results.  Once you are finished, remove the soap from the freezer paper.

 

Finally, when you are finished, show us your results.  Post your picture on our Facebook page.  We would love to see what you have made!  Alternatively, you can post your pics on our Instagram page by tagging us @ngscents!

Sep
27

Muscadine Fragrance Oil


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Muscadine Fragrance OilMuscadine Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Muscadine Fragrance Oil is a grape scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a sweet blend of grape, blackberry, and woodsy scents that makes a perfect fragrance for grape scent lovers. Don’t take it from us, take it from our customers! One customer says, “I love this fragrance oil, my only regret is I didn’t order a larger size…perfect blend of wine and woodsy notes…not too sweet, just right…I made MP soap, salts and poured a small soy candle, wonderful cold and hot throw…several people thought it was a unique scent and thoroughly enjoyed it..It’s a keeper…”  For those that love muscadines, you will love this one!

What Does Muscadine Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the wonderful aroma of fresh grapes, blackberries, and woodsy base notes.

How Do Our Customers Use Muscadine Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Our customers can create a variety of homemade room scenting products with this sweet grape fragrance oil. Aroma bead products have been known to have a nice and strong aroma with this fruity scent. Both potpourri and incense can use a fragrance oil concentration of at most 50% for this particular aroma. Many homemade cleaning products can use up to 5% of this fragrance oil to create a product that will scent the home while cleaning up.

Additionally, this grape fragrance oil can be used in the creation of candles or other wax based products. Any candles that are made of either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax can use up to 10% of this fragrance oil in their recipes. Joy wax and wow wax have each been found to perform perfectly for this fragrance oil. Also, candle and tart recipes that use soy wax will have a nice and strong scent. If you want to add color to your candles or wax tarts, then we would suggest using either four drops of liquid candle dye or a small amount of violet color block per four pounds of wax. Just remember to never use any crayons for the coloring of your candles as they will clog your wick.

How Do Our Customers Use Muscadine Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Additionally, our customers can create a variety of bath and body creations that use this great grape fragrance oil. Bath gels, bath oils, various soaps created from different methods, lotions, perfumes and other related bath and body products can use a maximum of 5% for this fragrance oil. Moreover, this sweet and woodsy fragrance oil can be used to create soap using the cold process soap making method.

Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have revealed that this grape scent is great for this method of soap making. A batch of soap that uses this fragrance oil will have no ricing and no separation. Since we have found slight acceleration when we soaped, we would highly suggest for you to soap at room temperature to avoid some of the acceleration we had. The final results will have a strong scent retention and the soaps will discolor to dark cream hue. Adding vanilla white stabilizer has prevented discoloration in a variety of instances. However, in this case, it will not work because the fragrance does not contain vanillin. If you want to color your bath products, then we would recommend using purple soap dye in your desired amount. Just never use any candle dye in your body products.

We hope that you enjoy this scrumptious grape scent in your creations!

Sep
21

Southern Home Fragrance Oil


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Southern Home Fragrance OilSouthern Home Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Southern Home Fragrance Oil is a delicious pie scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a tasty blend of a buttery crust scent and sweet berry and fruit filling scents that smell akin to a fresh homemade southern pie. This pie fragrance oil is a delicious and best selling scent that is perfect for creating all kinds of different kind of homemade products and creations.

What Does Southern Home Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a rich combination of blackberries and currents, with undertones of cinnamon and orange zests, in a warm southern baked crust.  A Best Seller!  An NG Original Fragrance!

How Do Our Customers Use Southern Home Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Products?

Homemade bath and body products can be created by our customers with this delicious fragrance oil. Bath oils, bath gels, soaps, lotions, perfumes, bath bombs, and other related bath and body products at a fragrance oil concentration of 5%. If you wish to color any of your bath and body products, then we would suggest for you to use burgundy and purple soap colorants in your preferred amounts.  Just remember not to use any candle dyes in any of your body products.

Not only can melt and pour soap creations be made, but soaps can also be made from scratch. Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results revealed that this fragrance oil will perform well. A batch that uses this scent has no ricing, no separation, and no acceleration. The cured soap will have a dark brown discoloration. The bars will have a good scent retained. Due to the vanillin content of 5%, adding Vanilla White Color Stabilizer may prevent some of the discoloration. However, there are more than forty ingredients used in fragrance manufacturing that may contribute to discoloration of products.

How Do Our Customers Use Southern Home Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Products?

Our customers can create all kinds of room scenting products with this delicious dessert fragrance oil. Potpourri and incense can each be scented with a maximum of 50% for this fragrance oil. Any sort of homemade cleaning products can be created with up to 5% of this pie scent. Aroma bead products and smelly jelly crystals will retain a nice and strong scent when this fragrance oil is used.

Additionally, this fragrance oil can be used to scent all kinds of wax based room scenting products. Homemade candles, wax tarts, and other products can include this scent up to 10% of this fragrance oil. Joy Wax, WOW Wax, and soy wax will each perform perfectly with Southern Home Fragrance Oil. For those who want to add a colorant, but haven’t decided on a shade we have a suggestion. Use four drops of burgundy with four drops of purple liquid candle dye. When using color blocks, use a small amount of shredded burgundy and purple. As always, just remember not to use any crayons in the candle products or you will clog your wick.

Sep
08

Wild Currant Sandalwood Fragrance Oil


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Wild Currant Sandalwood Fragrance OilWild Currant Sandalwood Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Wild Currant Sandalwood Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a well balanced scent consisting of distinguished fruity currant notes and soft precious woods.  In addition, the enticing blend has received a perfect 5-star rating from our customers, who absolutely love this scent!  One customer, from Muskego, WI, writes “Wow – I just used this scent in candles. I am in love – Cold throw is really great. I hope the hot throw is just as good. It is a lovely scent! I am sure it will be a huge hit and can’t wait to get them tested and out to customers. Will definitely be re-ordering.”  Try Wild Currant Sandalwood Fragrance Oil today and see all of the delightful ways you can use this scent!

What Does Wild Currant Sandalwood Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Wild Currant Sandalwood Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is an amazingly well balanced fragrance accord.  Top notes of clementine, grapefruit, and blackberries mix with middle notes of wild fig, black currant, and passion fruit.  Smooth base notes of precious woods, sandalwood, vanilla, and metallic musk round off this fruity fragrance.

How Do Our Customers Use Wild Currant Sandalwood Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

This fresh, fruity accord is bright and juicy enough for a luscious lather and soft enough for a warm, spa-like essence.  First, bath fizzies, gels, and oils perform nicely when the maximum recommendation of 5% fragrance oil is added.  Wild Currant Sandalwood can be used to create a garden of refreshing products!  Handmade perfumes perform well with this fragrance when a maximum of 5% fragrance oil is used.  Also, homemade lotions can be created using this 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%.

Soap making recipes can use 5% fragrance oil in hot process soap, melt and pour soap base, or cold process soap recipes.  Our cold process soap testing results show that this fragrance oil performs nicely in soap!  There was no acceleration, ricing, or separation.  Cured soap did not discolor and had a strong scent retention.  If you wish to color your bath and body products, you may use red or burgundy liquid soap dye in the amount that satisfies you.  Remember not to use candle dye in any of your bath and body products as they are not body safe.

How Do Our Customers Use Wild Currant Sandalwood Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Wild Currant Sandalwood Fragrance Oil makes room scents that both soothe and grab your attention!  Those creating homemade air fresheners can incorporate this fragrance oil up to 50% of in their projects.  Furthermore, you can use this balanced blend in incense and smelly jelly recipes.  This fragrance oil was also found to create strongly scented aroma beads.

Finally, 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.  If you wish to color your candles, we recommend using 4 drops of red and 1 drop of burgundy liquid candle dye.  You can also shred a small amount of red and burgundy color blocks into your melted wax.  However, do not use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.