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May
21

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe


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Bacon Bath BombBacon Bath Bomb Recipe

Bacon has a scrumptious aroma that is sure to make your mouth water! If you like bacon scented products, then the Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe from Natures Garden is a great bath and body recipe for you to check out! This bath bomb recipe is scented with a wholesale fragrance oil that smells just like real bacon fresh from the pan. Not only does this cosmetic recipe smell like bacon, but this layered bath bomb recipe was made to look like bacon, too. So, anyone that is all about bacon is sure to love this bath and body recipe!

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Materials and Supplies

Citric Acid
Baking Soda- Sodium Bicarbonate
Bentonite Clay
Bacon Fragrance Oil
Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant
Red Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant
8 oz. Clear PET Bullet Bottles
White Fine Mist Sprayers 24/410
Safety Gloves
Natures Garden Soap Apron
Safety Mask
Bath Bomb Molds
Safety Glasses

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Other Ingredients and Equipment

Witch Hazel (in spray bottle)
Mixing Bowls
Scale
Mixing Spoon

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Weights and Amounts

250 grams of the Citric Acid
460 grams of the Baking Soda
10 grams of the Bentonite Clay Powder
14 grams of the Bacon Fragrance Oil

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Clean and Sanitize

First of all, you should know that this recipe is best prepared in non-humid climates. While you can try to make this recipe in a humid environment, it may take longer for your bath bomb to set up.

Also, you should clean your work space and equipment before you begin working on your diy bath bomb recipe. First, washing your craft supplies will prevent you from getting your cosmetic recipe from getting dirty. Plus, cleaning your work space will give you more space to work on creating your scrumptiously scented bath bombs.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Before Making Your Bath Bomb

Before beginning this bath bomb recipe, you will need to prepare a bottle of witch hazel. This witch hazel will be used a little later on in the process to activate the bath bomb mixture. So, you will want to fill your 8 oz bullet bottle with witch hazel and add the spray bottle lid. Now, you can set this bottle aside until you need it at a later step. 

Also, you may want to get disposable, latex gloves for this recipe. Wearing gloves allows you to use your hands to mix the bath bomb, which is easier to mix your cosmetic ingredients. Plus, the gloves will help you to keep your cosmetic mixture clean as you are mixing your bath bomb ingredients.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Weigh Out Baking Soda Powder

First, you are going to weigh out 460 grams of the Baking Soda. After measuring this amount of baking soda, you are going to add this ingredient to a medium mixing bowl. Once you have measured and added this cosmetic ingredient to your bowl, you will want to break up any of the clumps in your baking soda. One of the easiest ways for you to break up these clumps is the use your hands. Of course, you will want to wear gloves to protect your bath bomb mixture. This way you can safely use your hands to easily break up the clumps that may be present. This will make sure the baking soda power is smooth and ready to mix with the other cosmetic ingredients.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Adding the Cosmetic Clay Powders

Once your baking soda is smooth and free of clumps, you are ready to add the remaining dry ingredients to the mixture. So, you are going to want to measure and add these dry ingredients to your medium mixing bowl. So, you will need to weigh out 250 grams of the Citric Acid. Also, you will need to measure 10 grams of the Bentonite Clay powder. Then, add both of these ingredients to your medium mixing bowl. After adding these ingredients, you can use your gloved hands to thoroughly mix your cosmetic ingredients together. Once all of your ingredients have been mixed together well, you are ready to move on to the next step in this process.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Scenting Your Bath Bomb Mixture

Now, you are ready to scent your luscious bath bomb mixture with the lovely aroma of our Bacon Fragrance Oil. This delicious and fun bath bomb scent was created to have an aroma that smells just like real, freshly made bacon! If you would like to add this yummy scent to your bath bomb recipe, then weigh out 14 grams of the wholesale Bacon Fragrance Oil. After weighing this scent, you can add this bacon scented oil to the rest of your cosmetic ingredients in the medium mixing bowl. Next, you will want to use your gloved hands to fully mix all of these bath bomb ingredients together. Once this fragrance oil has been combined well into the mix of dry ingredients, you are ready to move on to the next step in the process.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Separating and Coloring the Mixture

Now that your dry cosmetic ingredients and the fragrance oil mixture are fully blended together, you are ready to separate the mixture into portions. You will need to separate your cosmetic mixture into three, even portions. So, you will want to use two additional mixing bowls and move some of your mixture to have an equal portion of this mixture in each bowl. Each of these portions will be a different color for your bath recipe.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: The First Portion of the Mixture

First, you will have a mixture portion that will remain uncolored. So, this portion of the mixture will be white in the final bath bomb mixture. Now, you can set this bowl of uncolored mixture aside for the time being.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Coloring One Mixture Portion

Now, you will want to choose one of your two remaining portions of this cosmetic mixture to color. You will be using both Red Oxide and Brown Oxide to this cosmetic mixture. Then, add a small amount of the Red Oxide FUN Soap Colorant along with a few drops of the Brown Oxide FUN Soap Colorant to this bowl. You can use a toothpick to add a small amount of the Red Oxide to your mixture. After adding these cosmetic soap colorants, you are ready to mix everything together. Again, you will want to use gloved hands to mix the colorant fully into your bath bomb mixture. Continue mixing your cosmetic ingredients until the color has been evenly blended.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Coloring the Second Mixture Portion

Next, you will want to take the last remaining portion of your bath bomb mixture. Then, you will add Red Oxide and Tomato Red colorant to your mixture. So, add a small amount of the Red Oxide FUN Soap Colorant and a few drops of the Tomato Red FUN Soap Colorant to this mixture. Of course, you will want to use some clean gloves to mix this colorant into your cosmetic ingredients. This way you won’t accidentally blend the previous color into this new mixture. 

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Activate Your Bath Bomb Mixtures

Before you can add your mixtures to the bath bomb mold, you will need to activate each of your three mixture portions. So, grab one of the bowls of mixture and begin to lightly spritz the mixture with witch hazel. After a few spritzes with the witch hazel, you will want to use a gloved hand to mix the ingredients together. You will continue to mix and spray witch hazel until the mixture feels like crumbly dough in your hands. You will want to be careful not to over spray your mixture! Once you get the right consistency, you will repeat this process with the two remaining bowls of the bath bomb mixtures.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Begin Filling Your Bath Bomb Molds

Now, you are ready to begin filling up your bath bomb molds. For each of your bath bomb molds, you will need to use these three colors to create a layered bath bomb. We suggest that you use a specific order for the mixture colors. First, you will add a small amount of your darkest colored mixture to the mold. Next, you will add a small amount of the other colored mixture. Then, you will add some of the uncolored mixture to the mold. You will want to continue layering in this order until the bath bomb half is full. Of course, you will want to repeat this process with the remaining bath bomb mold halves until you run out of your mixture portions. 

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Combining the Bath Bomb Halves

Once all of your bath bomb mold halves are filled you are ready to combine these bath bomb molds. So, take two of your filled bath bomb halves. Then, you will want to lightly spritz each of the halves. After you have sprayed each of the two halves with witch hazel, you will push the two halves together until the halves snap shut. Once the two halves are attached, you can set this bath bomb mold aside. So, you will want to repeat this process to put all the remaining halves together.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Letting Your Bath Bombs Set Up

Now your bath bombs are just about ready for you to use! However, you need to let your bath bombs completely set up before using your finished product. Depending on your climate, this could take anywhere from a day or two to week. Once your bath bomb has completely hardened, you are ready to use your finished product! Of course, you can remove your bacon bath bomb to use right away or package using your own supplies. Additionally, you can leave the cosmetic mixture in the bath bomb mold for easy packaging! Either way, we hope that you enjoy your bacon bath bombs!

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Best Bacon Recipes

Not only can you enjoy the aroma of our bacon fragrance oil, but you can check out some scrumptious bacon recipes. If you are a bacon lover, then you will be sure to love some of these delicious bacon recipes! The article Our Best Bacon Recipes from Taste of Home has a list of scrumptious and unique ways to enjoy the taste of bacon. Whether you want to try out Whiskey Bacon Jam, Bacon Cinnamon Rolls, or another fun food recipe, this article is a fun place to start. So, you can enjoy the real taste of bacon as well as the fun of this bacon scented bath recipe.

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to UsBacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you have enjoyed creating this lovely bath bomb recipe! If you have any questions about how to make this bacon scented bath and body recipe, then feel free to reach out to us. Of course, you can talk to us in the store, on the phone, and online. One easy way to reach out to us online is through social media. We have a Natures Garden Facebook page that you can find us on. Also, you can use our handle @ngscents to reach out to us on both our Instagram and Twitter pages. Not only can you use these social media platforms to reach out to us, but you can share your own ideas and take part in the craft making community, too. So, we would love to hear from you sometime soon!

Bacon Bath Bomb Recipe: Note About Natures Garden Recipes

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the recipes provided on our website. Testing of the bacon bath bomb recipe is your responsibility. If you plan to resell any recipes we provide, it is your responsibility to adhere to all FDA regulations. If there are ingredients listed in a recipe that Natures Garden does not sell, we cannot offer any advice on where to purchase those additional ingredients.

Feb
28

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe


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Cornsilk Hair Conditioner RecipeCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe

If you are looking for a conditioner recipe that will completely nourish your hair, then you will love our Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe. This diy hair care recipe includes great wholesale cosmetic ingredients from Natures Garden that will care for your hair. Not only does this cosmetic recipe include cosmetic oils that will nourish your hair, but this conditioner recipe includes loving cosmetic herbs, too. So, you can use our bath and body recipe to create a homemade conditioner recipe that will truly care for your hair.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Ingredients and Equipment

VEGETABLE GLYCERIN
BTMS 25 Emulsifier
Cornsilk Powder
Horsetail Herb Cut & Sifted
Argan Oil
OPTIPHEN – Preservative
VITAMIN E OIL (Tocopherol T-50) Natural
8 oz. Clear Boston Round Bottles
Disposable Pipettes
Themometer
Fillable Tea Bags
Scale
Stove
Two Small Pots
Large Pot
Large Mixing Bowl
Stick Blender
Rubber Spatula
Distilled Water

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Weights and Amounts

425 grams of the Distilled Water
25 grams of the Vegetable Glycerin
25 grams of the BTMS 25
20 grams of the Argan Oil
26 grams of the Grapefruit Lemongrass Energize Fragrance Oil
5 grams of the Optiphen Presevative
5 grams of the Vitamin E Oil
3 tablespoons of the Cornsilk Powdered Herb
3 tablespoons of the Horsetail Herb Cut and Sifted

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Clean and Sanitize

Before you begin creating you own homemade hair care recipe, you need to make sure that your work space and equipment is clean. First, you will need to gather and sanitize the equipment you will need for this  cosmetic recipe. Further, you will want to get gloves, an apron, and a hair net to protect yourself and keep your recipe clean as you work. Also, you will need to tidy up your work space to ensure that you have enough room to work. Once you have prepared your work space and equipment, you will be ready to begin working.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Creating the Double Boiler

You are going to need to use a double boiler to heat your wholesale cosmetic ingredients. So, you will need to use this equipment to prevent your ingredients from burning.  If you don’t have a double boiler, you can make one right at home with two differently sized pots. First, you will use the larger pot to hold the water. Next, you are going to need to put the smaller pot inside the larger pot. Before you add your ingredients, make sure that you boiling water doesn’t go over into your smaller pot. Once you have checked that the water won’t boil over, you can add your cosmetic ingredients for heating.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Preparing the Water Phase

First, you are going to want to prepare the water phase for your homemade hair care recipe. This part of the process will start with sterilizing the water. Then, you are going to use your filled tea bags to infuse the beneficial properties of these wholesale cosmetic herbs into the hair care products. As your herbal tea is steeping, you can move on to the oil phase of this project.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Sterilize the Water

Next, you are going to want to sterilize the water that you need for your diy conditioner recipe. You are going to need to heat your distilled water to at least 180 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature will make sure that the bacteria has been destroyed. Although this bath and body recipe only requires 425 grams of water, you will want to make sure that you have plenty more. Of course, some of the water will evaporate as you boil the water. Once your water reaches the proper temperature, you will want to keep this temperature above 180 degrees for twenty minutes.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Preparing the Tea BagsCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Preparing the Tea Bags

Now that your water has been sterilized you are ready to create the herbal infusion. So, you are going to fill one of the teabags with the wholesale herbs. You will need to add 3 tablespoons of the Corn Silk Powdered Herb to one bag and 3 tablespoons of the Horsetail Herb to the other  tea bag. After you have filled each of your tea bags and pulled the bags shut, you are ready to make your herbal tea. Just weigh out 425 grams of the sterilized water and use your filled tea bag to make a tea.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Cornsilk Powdered Herb Benefits

This cosmetic herb is included in this hair care recipe as it has some wonderful benefits. This wholesale herb has nutrients that will nourish your hair and scalp. First, this cosmetic herb will provide your body with benefits that will will soften your hair. So, this cosmetic herb will leave your hair feeling silky and soft. Plus, this wholesale herb will nourish your scalp and reduce inflammation, which can be useful for fighting dandruff. Plus, this cosmetic herb provides a brown natural colorant.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Horsetail Herb Benefits

Also, we included some of the horsetail cosmetic herb in our diy conditioner recipe. This wholesale herb is another fantastic that will nourish your hair. First, this cosmetic herb can be used to help reduce dandruff. Plus, this herb has properties that can promote thick, luscious locks of hair. If you have had trouble with hair loss, then you will love the benefits of this herb. First of all, this cosmetic herb will help to prevent further hair loss. Not only will this herb help you keep the hair you already have, but the herb can be used to promoted new hair growth, too!

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Preparing the Oil Phase

Next, you are going to prepare the oil phase of this cosmetic recipe. These various cosmetic ingredients will need to be weighed and combined. After, these cosmetic ingredients will be melted using the double boiler. Further, you will need to stir your cosmetic ingredients as you heat to prevent scorching.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Melting the Cosmetic OilsCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Melting the Cosmetic Oils

Now, you are ready to melt your cosmetic oils for your conditioner recipe. You will need to use your double boiler to melt these cosmetic ingredients. So, weigh out 25 grams of Vegetable Glycerin, 25 grams of BTMS 25, and 20 grams of Argan Oil. You will need to add these ingredients to your double boiler until the pot is completely melted. Be sure to keep an eye on these cosmetic ingredients and periodically stir your ingredients to prevent scorching. Once your cosmetic ingredients are completely melted, then you are ready to move on to the next step!

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Alternative Cosmetic Oils

Although this lovely homemade conditioner recipe includes 20 grams of argan oil, you can alter this cosmetic oil to provide better fit for your personal hair care needs. Whether you need a more conditioning oil or a lighter oil, you can find the perfect cosmetic oils to include in your hair care recipes. If you are interested in finding out more about the cosmetic oils that are best for your hair, then check out our blog on Oils for Various Hair Types. Once you have found the best cosmetic oil for you hair, you will just replace the Argan Oil with 20 grams of your new cosmetic oil.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Combining Water and Oil Phases

Now, you are ready to combine the oil phase with the water phase. You will want to pay attention to the temperatures using your candy thermometer. Also, you are going to want to move fast to combine your two mixtures at the correct temperature. You will want to stay between 120 degrees Fahrenheit and 140 degrees Fahrenheit. If you don’t combine your oil and water phases at the right temperature, then you may not have a proper emulsion. This would mean that your final product would separate in a similar fashion to the way Italian dressing would separate.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Blending the Water and Oil PhasesCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Blending the Water and Oil Phases

Once both the herbal infused water and the melted oils are both around 140 degrees Fahrenheit, you are ready to blend these two phases. So, you will combine your herbal water phase and oil phase in a large mixing bowl. You will want to use a stick blender to completely emulsify all of your ingredients. While your cosmetic ingredients will be mixed thoroughly, your conditioner recipe will still be thin until it cools.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Adding the Remaining Cosmetic IngredientsCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Adding the Remaining Cosmetic Ingredients

After your mixture has cooled to about 120-140 degrees Fahrenheit, you are ready to add the remaining cosmetic ingredients. Now that your conditioner mixture is at the right temperature, you can add the last few ingredients that could potentially burn off the cosmetic ingredients. So, you will weigh out 5 grams of Optiphen Preservative, 5 grams of Vitamin E Oil, and 26 grams of Grapefruit Lemongrass Energize Fragrance Oil. Now, all the ingredients for your hair care are included in the conditioner. 

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Grapefruit Lemongrass Energize Fragrance OilCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Grapefruit Lemongrass Energize Fragrance Oil

The bright, refreshing aroma of the Grapefruit Lemongrass Energize Fragrance Oil is perfect for providing a wonderful scent for your conditioner. This scented oil begins with citrus notes of Grapefruit, Orange, Bergamot, and Mandarin blend with notes of Lemongrass. Then, the sweet of Lily of the Valley, Rose, and Muguet. Finally, the scented oil has a base of lemongrass and musk. Altogether, these notes blend to create a lovely scented oil that will provide a wonderfully clean scent for your conditioner recipe.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Using Wholesale Packaging SuppliesCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Using Wholesale Packaging Supplies

Once your conditioner recipe has cooled to room temperature, you are ready to use your wholesale packaging supplies. Now that your conditioner has thickened, you can add your finished product into your containers. For this conditioner recipe, we chose to use two 8 oz bottles. An easy way for you fill your containers is to fill is to use a plastic bag. After you scoop your conditioner into the bag, you can cut a whole in a corner. Then, you can squeeze your conditioner recipe into your conditioner containers.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Horsetail Herb Tea

Not only does the horsetail herb have benefits for your cosmetics, but this cosmetic herb can be used to boost your internal health, too. Some people will use food grade horsetail herb to create a tea that will care for the body. If you want to learn a little bit about the internal benefits of this cosmetic herb, then you may want to check out the Horsetail Tea article from The Right Tea. Adding this lovely homemade tea to your cosmetics will nourish your body. This tea can be used to increase nail and bone strength, improve healing, prevent urinary tract infections, and so much more! So, check out some of the wonderful benefits that this herbal tea can provide.

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Reach Out to UsCornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Reach Out to Us

We hope that you enjoyed this homemade conditioner recipe! If you have any questions about making this cosmetic recipe, then feel free to reach out to us for help. As always, you can ask us your crafting questions on the phone, in the NG store, or even online. You can use one of our various social media platforms as an easy way to reach out to us. There is a Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to reach out to us on Twitter and Instagram. Further, you can share your own creations and opinions with us on social media. We hope that you enjoy your conditioner recipe and that we hear from you very soon!

Cornsilk Hair Conditioner Recipe: Note About Our Cosmetic Recipes

Natures Garden is not responsible for the performance of any of the craft recipes provided on our website. The testing of the finished products is your responsibility as the customer. If you plan to resell the finished product from the recipe we provided for our Cornsilk Hair Conditioner, then it is your responsibility to adhere to all FDA regulations. If there are any ingredients listed in a recipe that Natures Garden does not sell, we cannot offer any advice on where to purchase any of those ingredients.

Jul
11

Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil


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Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil is a sweet candy scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a blend of various yummy fruity and spice scents with notes of vanilla and sweet sugar to bring all the scents together. This fragrance oil has been described by some of our customers as a perfect fall aroma that is both sweet and a nostalgic scent of candy scents mingling after a night of trick-or-treating. The history of trick treating in the United States goes back about 100 years. We have wrapped this time honored tradition up in a tiny bottle.  Trick and treats scent will have you reminiscing about all the delicious tasting treats you remember from your childhood.

What Does Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Unique and fun, this fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a must for Halloween and beyond!  Tricks or treats fragrance begins with top notes of pumpkin, persimmon, and apple; followed by middle notes of blueberries, elderberries, currants, orange and cinnamon; and well rounded with base notes of sugar cane and vanilla.  An NG Original Fragrance!

How Do Our Customers Use Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Our customers that create their own homemade bath and body recipes can include this sugary sweet fragrance oil in these products. Bath oils, bath gels, bath bombs, and other related bath and body products can include up to 1% of this scent. However, products that are not washed off and are let on the skin, such as lotions and perfumes, can only use 0.01% of this aroma. Are looking to add color to your handmade bath and body products? Then, we would like to suggest using orange liquid soap dye in the amount that you would would like.

Also, this scent can be used at a 1% rate during all methods of soap making. In fact, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have shown that this fragrance oil is great for this method of making lye soap. The batch will not have any separation, acceleration, or ricing. Also, the scent will be good after the curing process. While the bar does discolor to a light butter shade, vanilla white stabilizer can help reduce some of this discoloration. However, there are a variety of ingredients in fragrance oils that can cause discoloration.  You will need to test Tricks or Treats fragrance oil with the color stabilizer.

How Do Our Customers Use Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Diy room fragrance recipes can be made with this perfect Halloween fragrance oil. Homemade potpourri and scent sticks fragrance diffusers can both be made with up to 50% of this scent. Green household cleaning products can be created with no more than 1% of this aroma. Diy perfume sachet bead recipes can be made with this aroma. Smelly Jelly Jars also incorporate this fall scent nicely.

Additionally, our customers can create homemade scented candles with up to 10% of this fragrance as long as the candles are made of either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax. Natures garden joy wax and wow wax as well as a soy candle from scratch can all be created perfectly with this scent. Those who choose to color their candle creations should use either six drops of orange liquid candle dye or a small amount of an orange color block. You can successfully use other methods of coloring, but shouldn’t use crayons as they clog wicks.

Tricks or Treats Fragrance Oil RecipeAre you looking for a creative and festive way to scent your home this fall? If so, then try out our Ghostly Scented Toilet Paper Recipe! This spooky homemade air freshener recipe is a great way to scent your bathroom or other rooms this Halloween.

 

Apr
18

Cherry Fragrance Oil


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Cherry Fragrance OilCherry Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Cherry Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is, you guessed it, the scent of red cherries!  Cherries have been a staple fruit for many years.  Cherries are produced and accessible all over the world, from North America to Europe, Australia, and the Middle East.  This widespread production has made Cherry a go to flavor for brands of snacks and candies of all kinds.  This immediate recognition should be more than enough to convince you to give Cherry Fragrance Oil a try.  People young and old will love this fragrance oil (especially if you’re from Traverse City, Michigan, which stakes its claim as the “Cherry Capital of the World”).  From fresh baked cherry pie to cold cherry slushies, the scent of fresh red cherries is always a favorite.  Check out Cherry Fragrance Oil and make your products a hit!

What Does Cherry Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Cherry Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is the aroma of fresh, tart red cherries.  This aroma is absolutely unmistakable.  This strong and distinct fragrance oil is sure to be a favorite of all of your customers!

How Do Our Customers Use Cherry Fragrance Oil?

Natures Garden’s Cherry Fragrance Oil can be used in an assortment of body products.  Gels and bath oils were found to do well when the maximum recommendation of 4.6% fragrance oil is added.  Soap crafters can use 4.6% fragrance oil in melt and pour soap or cold process soap recipes.  When we tested this cherry scent in cp soap, our cold process soap testing results show that this fragrance oil had a strong and sweet scent retention in cured soap and discolored to beige.  The soap experienced no acceleration, no ricing and no separation.  If you wish to use color in any of your bath and body products, we would recommend using red soap colorant 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.

Customers also include Cherry Fragrance Oil into many other products.  One such product is homemade perfume.  Homemade perfumes smell wonderful with this fresh fragrance when a maximum of .6% fragrance oil is used.  Homemade lotions also perform very well.  Homemade lotions should adhere to a .6% fragrance oil maximum.  Homemade cleaning supplies can also be created with a maximum fragrance usage of 4.6%.

Room scenters can incorporate up to 50% of this fragrance oil in craft projects like incense and potpourri.  This fragrance oil is also nice and strong in aroma beads.  Homemade candle crafters can use Cherry 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.  If you wish to color your candles, we would recommend four drops of red plus one drop of burgundy liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax.  You can also color your melted wax with a small amount of red and burgundy color blocks.  Remember, never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.