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Jan
13

Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate SLSA


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Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate- SLSASodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate- SLSA

We have an exciting new blog for everyone today! We will be introducing to you a new product that we recently added onto the Natures Garden website. There are a couple reasons for writing this blog. First, we want to give you information about this product to educate you about it. Second, we want to show you a different way to create your favorite and most loved bath and body products. New ways of doing things are constantly emerging. It can be very beneficial to try things out other ways than you are used to. You may find a new personal preference that you didn’t know you had! Plenty of methods are out there for making homemade recipes. Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, is the product we are introducing today. We are excited to be talking about our new product and hope you get to enjoy it as much as we do!

All About SLSA

Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate is a surfactant that is derived 100% naturally. It comes from coconut oil and palm oil. It is also completely free of all sulfates. A surfactant is a surface acting agent, which basically means that it causes products to fizz and foam. There are a plethora of homemade cosmetic items that you can make with SLSA. Starting with bath bombs, the two most important ingredients to make them are baking soda and citric acid. The combination of these two is necessary in order to cause the fizzing reaction when the bath bomb hits the water. SLSA is going to contribute incredible foaming qualities to your bath bombs that will accompany the fizzy reaction. Another product that can be made using SLSA is bath bubble bars. This is the perfect surfactant to use to make these because of the foaming quality it contributes. Your bath water will be exploding with mounds of bubbles when these hit the bath water. You can also use SLSA to create many other cosmetic related products too, such as shampoo bars, liquid soap, and facial washes.

The Benefits of Using SLSA

Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate carries a lot of benefits along with it. SLSA brings to the table many elements that are very beneficial to the skin. What might just be the greatest quality of this surfactant is that it can be used on every type of skin and hair. We feel this characteristic is important, and products with SLSA work really nicely for people with dry and sensitive skin. There are so many different skin conditions out there such as eczema, rosacea, acne, and psoriasis. We want to be able to cater to our customers and provide them with products that will work for all types of skin. This is just one of the reasons we decided to add SLSA to our website. Personally, my skin tends to be more on the dry side. When I took a bath using a bubble bar made with SLSA, it left my skin feeling more hydrated. This is one of my favorite things about this product.

Another key benefit of using SLSA in your homemade bath product recipes is that it will provide a much thicker lather to them than other surfactants will. This quality contributes significantly to creating bubbles that are actually long lasting. SLSA readily dissolves in water because of its small particles, which is great for things like bath bombs. Other great things about it are the excellent flash foam that it has, the two year long shelf life, and the versatility of the product. Powder shampoos and bath salts are some of the other recipes SLSA can help create that we have not mentioned. There are many other cosmetic items this can make, which we will be mentioning later on. Next, we want to discuss how SLSA compares to other types of surfactants.

SLSA in Comparison to Other Surfactants

SLSA is a product that is extremely versatile in this industry. It can be the perfect alternative to other surfactants such as Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (SCI) and Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS). SCI is a customer favorite that we sell at Natures Garden. Each of these also contribute plenty of versatility in cosmetic recipes, projects, and products. Similarly to SLSA and coconut oil, SCI derives from coconut. Some of the recipes that we have on our website that were made using SCI include the Pearamel Salt Scrub recipe, Lavender Mint Bath Bomb, and our Rainbow Bath Salts recipe. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is another type of surfactant that commonly gets used for soap making. It is an inexpensive item that makes for a great foaming agent in different personal care products. As we mentioned, many of the same recipes can be created with any of these. However, your recipes will have individual elements added to them based on the one you use.

These three surfactants are great for making all kinds of homemade bath products. Some of the different ones include bath truffles, bubble scoops, and body scrubs. Although SLSA can be used as an alternative to both SCI and SLS, we wanted to share some of their differences. SCI has qualities in it that benefit the skin. Products that are made with SCI tend to have more moisturizing elements in them than those made with SLS or SLSA. One example of this is in bubble bars. Compared to other surfactants, a bubble bar made with SCI is going to make your skin feel more softened and silky smooth after taking a bath. However, a bubble bar made with SLSA is going to create a lot more lather and extra bubbles for your bath compared to the others. The surfactant you choose to use depends on what you are looking for. If you want more of a bubbly bath, SLSA will provide that.

Recipes That Can Be Made with SLSA

In order to give all of you a realistic idea of what to expect with this product, we created some new recipes to showcase it. We will be selling SLSA in two different size options, a 16 ounce package and a ten pound package. For this blog, we have prepared three recipes to share with you. There is the Sparkling Sangria Body Scrub, the Sangria Shimmer Bath Bombs, and the Sangria Scoopable Bubble Bars. Each one of these were made using the Natures Garden Sangria Punch Fragrance Oil, which is a perfect blend of fresh fruit and wine. This is one of our best selling fragrances. We are super excited to get to show you how you can create these recipes too!

Recipes That You Can Make with SLSA: Sparkling Sangria Body ScrubRecipes You Can Make with SLSA: Sparkling Sangria Body Scrub

The first recipe we are sharing with you is our Sparkling Sangria Body Scrub. This luxurious product is going to make your skin feel wonderfully moisturized and exfoliated. We used enriching ingredients such as mango butter, avocado oil, jojoba oil, palm oil, and coconut oil 76. The mango butter has properties that provide softness to the skin as well as moisturizing qualities. This is a popular product in many of our recipes such as lip balms, lip glosses, lotions, and scrubs for this reason.

The moisturizing quality of avocado oil makes it such a common ingredient in recipes for soap, lotions, massage oils, and scrubs. The jojoba oil contributes to lather and also contains moisturizing properties. The palm oil gives this scrub a nice creamy lather, while the coconut oil produces a nice bubbly lather. All of these ingredients mixed together make up this wonderfully exfoliating body scrub. Mixing up different oils, butters, fragrances, and more can create variety within your products, which is important. We tested out the SLSA in this product to add to the variety in our recipes. This surfactant makes this more of a foaming body scrub, as opposed to some of our other scrubs. Additionally, it adds significantly to the lather and application to the surfaces of the body. It can also help treat any patches of dry skin that you may have because of the SLSA it contains.

Recipes That You Can Make with SLSA: Sangria Shimmer Bath BombsRecipes That You Can Make with SLSA: Sangria Shimmer Bath Bombs

The second recipe that we made using Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate are these Sangria Shimmer Bath Bombs. Our new product is perfect for making bath bombs. Some of the other bath bombs on the Natures Garden website use SCI. As you know, we switched that up in this recipe. The purpose of using a bath bomb for most people is to watch the bath bomb fizz. When the SLSA is added into a bath bomb recipe, it will fizz AND foam. What could be better than that? These will let you experience a bubble bath in a brand new way and they are simple to make. We love them!

Recipes That You Can Make with SLSA: Sangria Sparkle Bubble BarsRecipes You Can Make with SLSA: Sangria Scoopable Bubble Bars

Our last recipe to share is these Sangria Scoopable Bubble Bars. Who does not love to take a nice, relaxing bath after having a long day? These bubble bars are the perfect product to help you to a night of relaxation. To use the sangria bubble bars, run a couple under warm bath water. They will start foaming immediately. We love these bubble bars because of the bubbles they provide. Unlike bath products made with SCI, these have much more lather to them! This is because SLSA is a surfactant that has more of a foaming quality to it. Therefore, the products made with it are also more foamy and bubbly. These will give you one of the most relaxing baths you have ever had!

More Fun with SLSA

We have covered some of the benefits of SLSA, but this page gives you the full run down. We also found a blog page that is super helpful when it comes to learning different ways you can make bath bombs. The website is actually called How to Make Bath Bombs! This specific recipe is written by a user named KCAT, who attempts to duplicate a very popular bath bomb recipe. In this step by step recipe, she used SLSA to create her bath bomb, just like we did!

We hope that you enjoyed learning all there is to know about SLSA with us and the different ways it can be used! If you try out any of the recipes that we mentioned today, we would love to hear how they turned out for you. Reach out to us on social media to share your results!

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Dec
19

Herbal Make-Up Recipes


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Herbal Make-Up RecipesHerbal Make-Up Recipes

If you love make-up, this blog is for you! Today we will be introducing to you our eye shadows that Melissa, our team member, has recently created. These homemade eye shadows are made from natural cosmetic clay, powders, and mica pigment. The ingredients that make up the powders used to create these shadows are full of nutrients and contribute many things to our body and health, which makes them even better to use in the cosmetics industry. There are eight different eye shadows we have created that all use a variation of the powders available at Natures Garden. On our website, you can check out each of the ingredients we used to make these, which will all be linked in this blog. You can also check out these herbal make-up recipes in full detail on our site!

Arrowroot Powder

Before we begin teaching about and creating these eye shadows, I wanted to talk about some of the ingredients that are present in every one of these make-up eye shadow recipes. There are a couple of items that are in each of these eye shadows, but this one is very important. That ingredient is arrowroot powder. It derives from St. Vincent and is extracted from tropical tubers. For example, the woody shrub cassava or the arrowroot plant. This powder is can be used both in cooking and in the cosmetic industry. There is no flavor to it and it serves as a thickener in soup, for instance. Arrowroot is white with a silky texture and is used in most deodorants, body powders, some make-up foundations, and eye shadows.

Diamond Dust Mica Pigment and 24K Gold Mica Pigment

Another important element to these eye shadows that is present in all of them are these two mica pigments. One of them is the diamond dust mica pigment and the other is the 24K gold mica pigment. They each add shimmer to whatever product you add it to. We use these in bath and body products as well as these eye shadows. These pigments are safe to use in items made for the lips, eyes, face, and nails. It can even be added to gel wax or glycerin soap to give them a pearly appearance. The diamond dust gives a silver color, while the 24K gold is, unsurprisingly, a gold shimmer.

The Eye Shadow Recipes

Activated Charcoal Eye Shadow
Bee Pollen Eye Shadow
Beet Root Eye Shadow
Black Walnut Eye Shadow
Cocoa Powder Eye Shadow
Hibiscus Eye Shadow
Rose Clay Eye Shadow
Spirulina Eye Shadow

Activated Charcoal EyeshadowActivated Charcoal Eye Shadow Recipe

First, we used activated charcoal powder to create this eyeshadow The other ingredients that are used to create these darker shadows are arrowroot powder, the diamond dust mica pigment, and the 24K gold mica pigment. Activated charcoal powder is the key to creating darkly pigmented products such as cosmetics, soap, face masks, and scrubs. It is a fine black powder that typically comes from hardwoods, coconut shells, or bamboo. By processing and heating the materials from these plants at high temperatures, it will turn into char.

The activated charcoal powder provides consumers with a natural way to color soap and other creations black without turning them into an unwanted gray color. A little of this powder goes a long way, which is why we only used either 1/8 teaspoon or 1/2 teaspoon to make the eye shadows you see here. This recipe will give you six 10 milliliter jars of eye shadows, which are all in different shades and luster.

Bee Pollen EyeshadowBee Pollen Powder Eye Shadow Recipe

In this recipe, you will use arrowroot and bee pollen powders. The bee pollen powder that we sell is rich in many vitamins. In fact, it contains elements that are good for you such as vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin D, and vitamin E. It also contains 22 amino acids, 27 mineral salts, carbohydrates, hormones, and over 5000 enzymes. Other benefits include treating acne and being an anti-inflammatory agent and antibiotic, making it useful when it comes to cosmetics.

Vitamin A is useful for maintaining a healthy immune system, aiding in good vision, and promoting development and growth. Vitamin C also helps the immune system, can help heal wounds, maintain bones and teeth, and repair body tissue. The brain, nervous system, cardiovascular system, bones, and teeth are supported and maintained by vitamin D. Lastly, vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps protect your eyesight and helps fight off infection, making it vital to the immune system. Another way that bee pollen powder can be used is in our Royal Honey Bee Cold Process Soap recipe.

Now that you have learned all of the amazing properties that bee pollen contains, you will be even more excited to create these eye shadows that use it! This recipe provides you with three 10 milliliter jars and with three separate shades.

Beet Root EyeshadowBeet Root Eye Shadow Recipe

This recipe uses the key ingredient in the title of its name: beet root powder. It is a beautiful shade of maroon that comes from the root vegetable, beets. Beets derive from the Mediterranean region and were first cultivated in Italy. It has many enriching nutrients and benefits to the human body. There is vitamin B5, vitamin C, glycine, beta carotene, magnesium, selenium, potassium, phosphorous, zinc, tryptophan, and tyrosine. Beet root powder helps the liver to metabolize fats, reduces blood pressure, and reduces low density lipoproteins in the blood.

Although it does have the strong scent of beets, by applying fragrance oil or essential oil to other items you make, that can be corrected. Some of our other recipes that use beet root powder are Natural Beet Root Lip Gloss recipe, Berry Bewitching Bath Brew recipe, and our Candy Cane Facial Mask recipe. The powder is extremely versatile in bath and body products both for its properties and for the color it gives these creations. All of this makes this such a great product to work with!

Black Walnut EyeshadowBlack Walnut Eye Shadow Recipe

Now this eye shadow recipe utilizes arrowroot powder and black walnut hulls powder. This powder is used in a variety of industries. From cooking, hair products, cosmetics, medicine, as well as bath and body, this is great for all of it. Massage oils, bath bombs, make up, and face masks are among the common formulas that integrate this powder. Some benefits that it has are treating eczema, acne, psoriasis, and inflamed tissue.

The powder gives the eye shadows their rich color for more dark and smoky make up looks. The recipe will give you three 10 milliliter jars of these eye shadows in a dark brown, a bronzed tan, and a gray tone. A really cool and different type of recipe than most of the ones that we have shared is the Hair Conditioner for Dark Hair on our website. It also uses this black walnut hulls powder, which helps intensify your natural dark brown or black hair.

Cocoa EyeshadowCocoa Powder Eye Shadow Recipe

The main ingredient in this set of eye shadows is our organic cocoa powder, which originates from the Netherlands. It is made from cacao beans, which contain vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B5, vitamin C, and vitamin E. Vitamin B1 is involved with preventing complications with the brain, heart, stomach, intestines, muscles, and nervous system. Fats, carbohydrates, and proteins are broken down by vitamin B2. Every part of the body needs vitamin B3 to function properly. It can lower cholesterol, help with brain function, and ease arthritis pain. Another important nutrient, vitamin B5, creates red blood cells, synthesizes cholesterol, and maintains a healthy digestive tract. If you are curious, check back to the Bee Pollen eye shadow to refresh your memory on the benefits that vitamins A, C and E offer. Cacao also contains caffeine, which is beneficial to the skin as well.

This recipe produces eye shadows in three shades, including a mustard yellow, a cocoa brown, and a shimmery light gold color. The cocoa powder gives a natural brown color to your products without having to use colorants or dyes. This makes many great recipes because of the natural color and the nutrients it provides for the skin. Some other ones that use this organic cocoa powder are the Shimmering Bronzing Lotion recipe and Hot Fudge Brownies Cold Process Soap recipe from Natures Garden.

Hibiscus EyeshadowHibiscus Eye Shadow Recipe

Now we are getting more into the pink and rosy shades, which are my favorite! These eye shadows are made by combining Hibiscus Flower Powder with arrowroot powder, diamond dust mica pigment, and 24K gold mica pigment. There are three shades: a deep mauve, a light rosy silver, and a medallion yellow color. You can create countless eye make up looks with these neutral shades. Natures Garden also makes other recipes that contain this are the Firming Facial Mask and the Foaming Hibiscus Scrub.

In addition to the eye shadow recipe, hibiscus flower powder gives natural color to cosmetics. The natural red pigmentation is brought out by infusing the flowers in oil. Other skin care and hair care products use them as well. When added to shampoos and conditioners, the flowers prevent dandruff, thicken hair, and reduce the loss of hair. They are a natural cleanser, which makes them ideal for the skin. In skin care, the hibiscus flowers cleanse, soothe, and soften the skin and body. They are high in amino acids and antioxidants, which helps to prevent acne and has been shown to smooth out wrinkles.

Rose Clay EyeshadowRose Clay Eye Shadow Recipe

Additionally, these Rose Clay eye shadows are beautiful! They are my favorite shades out of all of the ones that were created. The recipe makes three 10 milliliter jars. There is a rose gold shade, a light bronze shade, and a rose tinted caramel shade. They are useful for everyday natural make up looks. Both of the mica pigments bring out a strong shimmer in the rose gold color, which is really pretty. This recipe uses our Rose Clay Powder, which is a shade of pink that is on the lighter side. Our products gain natural colorant from the rose clay.

This is another powder that is super versatile. Some other things it can be used for are mud baths, facial masks, melt and pour soap recipes, cold or hot process soap, bath bombs, and sugar and salt scrubs. It is a natural clay that has kaolinite in it, which is the most abundant clay mineral, and is used in ceramics and pottery. Rose clay can reduce inflammation and skin irritation, draw out toxins within the skin, and gently exfoliate. Sometimes it can be difficult to find products that are good for sensitive skin, but rose clay is one of them. Also, we have used this to make our Sandalwood Bath Bomb recipe and the Moonlight Tuberose Swirled Soap recipe.

Spirulina Eye ShadowSpirulina Powder Eye Shadow Recipe

Finally, for our last recipe in this blog, we will be talking about our Spirulina eye shadow. It contains Spirulina Powder, which is abundant in vitamin B12, vitamin F, natural beta carotene, and iron. Vitamin B12 prevents tiredness, making DNA, and keeping the nerve and blood cells in the body healthy. Vitamin F retains moisture in the skin, and beta carotene creates healthy skin and boosts the immune system. Finally, iron provides energy and helps us to focus. Additionally, the Seaside Spa Scrub recipe and Castile Hot Process Soap recipe are also made using spirulina powder. However, the eye shadow shades you will get out of this recipe are olive green/brown, darker teal, and a shiny light silver-teal color.

These eye shadow recipes are made with natural powders that contain an abundance of vitamins, nutrients, and minerals that are amazing for the skin, hair and nails. There are many benefits to the ingredients in these eye shadows that add a bonus to getting a cute make up look out of them.

Thank you for joining and following us along on this blog! We hope that you enjoy all of the different eye shadows you can make with these homemade recipes from Natures Garden!

 

Finally, Nature’s Garden sells the herbs mentioned in this article for external use only. We do not sell them as food items. The information above talks about how great these herbs are for many industries, however we only sell it for external use. We provide this data for educational purposes only. Nothing in this article is to be construed as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before using this product or any of this information for treatment purposes.

Jan
25

Caramel Custard Fragrance


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Caramel Custard FragranceCaramel Custard Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Spotlight

Nature’s Gardens Caramel Custard Fragrance Oil has been described by our customers as a rich, creamy fragrance oil that smells wonderful.  Others have stated that the smell of caramel and the sweetness of the custard is a definite must.  Our customers agree that this caramel custard scent is sweet, but not too sweet.  If you’re like me, you’re going to try this out on your own to see what all the talk is about.

What Does Caramel Custard Fragrance Oil Smell Like? 

Caramel Custard Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is the mouth-watering combination of Caramel, Maple Leaf , French Vanilla, Rum, Caramel Creme, Brown Sugar, Heavy Cream, Caramelized Sugar, and Vanilla Extract.  An NG Original Scent!

Top Notes: rum, maple
Mid Notes: caramel, brown sugar
Base Notes: vanilla, creamy custard

How Do Our Customers Use Caramel Custard Fragrance Oil?

Let’s start with homemade soap.  The maximum recommended usage for this caramel fragrance oil is 5% in cold process soap or melt and pour soap.  This also includes bath and body products such as bath bombs, homemade sugar scrubs, bath oils, bath gels, lotions, and perfumes.  Natures Garden’s cold process soap testing results shows that this creamy fragrance has no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.  It discolors to a medium brown and has a good scent retention.  The vanillin content of our Caramel Custard Fragrance Oil is 4%.  Vanilla White Color stabilizer may help prevent discoloration due to vanilla.  However, there are more than 40 ingredients used in fragrance manufacturing that may contribute to discoloration of products. The color suggestion for your homemade soaps and other homemade bath and body products is to use brown soap colorantorange soap colorant, and yellow soap colorant in the amounts that satisfy you.  Please remember to never use candle dye in any homemade bath and body products.

Caramel Custard Cold Process Soap RecipeWhether you’re a seasoned soap maker or a newbie, you will definitely want to check out this Caramel Custard Cold Process Soap Recipe by Natures Garden.

For homemade cleaning products the maximum recommended usage rate is 5%.  Room scenters make homemade reed diffusers, incense, and potpourri.  The maximum usage rate for this nice, warm caramel scent is 50%.  In aroma beads, the scent is nice and strong.

For homemade candles, the maximum usage is 10%.  In homemade candles our Caramel Custard Fragrance Oil performs perfectly in joy wax, and wow wax.  This creamy scent is also nice and strong in soy wax.  Coloring suggestions for your homemade candles are to use 2 drops of brown liquid candle dye plus a little bit of orange liquid candle dye and yellow liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax.   Another suggestion is to shred a small amount of a brown, orange, and yellow color block into your melted wax.  Just a friendly reminder, never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

If you’re ready to get started with Caramel Custard Fragrance Oil, just type “caramel custard fragrance oil” into the Natures Garden’s search bar and ordering page will appear.  Place your order today!

 

Jan
05

One Night Stand Fragrance


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One Night Stand FragranceOne Night Stand Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Spotlight

Natures Garden’s One Night Stand Fragrance oil can be compared to Calvin Klein’s CK One fragrance.  Do not let the name of this fragrance fool you, the possibilities seem to be endless!

What Does One Night Stand Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

One Night Stand Fragrance Oil is an erotic fragrance oil combines man and woman with one provocative scent. This clean, refreshing fragrance has notes of bergamot, cardamom, pineapple, papaya, amber, and green tea.

Top Notes:  lemon, tangerine, orange, bergamot, pineapple
Mid Notes:  fresh air, lily, honeysuckle, rose, green tea, papaya
Base Notes:  cardamom spice, musk, vanilla bean, amber

How Do Our Customers Use One Night Stand Fragrance Oil?

Let us count the ways!!!  One Night Stand Fragrance Oil is popular to use for homemade bath and body products such as the usual suspects of bath oils, bath gels, soaps, lotions, and perfumes!  But, some of customers went beyond and added it to scrubs, whipped body butters and even massage candles.  Do you want more??

For homemade candles, the maximum usage is 10%.  This erotic fragrance performs perfectly in wow wax, joy wax, and is nice and strong in soy wax.  The scent is wonderful for homemade candle wax tarts using pillar of bliss wax.  Coloring ideas for this sexy unisex fragrance oil is to use 2 drops of blue liquid candle dye plus a small amount of black liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax.  As a friendly reminder, it is never recommended to use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

Homemade soap makers, are you ready??  So many exciting uses and so little time.  The maximum usage for homemade bath and body products is 5%.  Our cold process soap testing results show some acceleration; soap at room temperature.  There was no ricing, no separation, and no discoloration.  The vanillin content is .02%.  Scent retention for this fragrance oil proved to be very.  In perfumes, it performs perfectly.  In other homemade bath and body products such as bath oils, bath gels, and lotions it performs well.  We suggest using blue soap colorant in the amount that satisfies you.  And remember, never to use candle dye in any homemade body products.

Room scenters, the maximum use is 50% for your homemade incense, reed diffusers, and potpourri where the scent is nice and strong.  For homemade cleaning products, the maximum usage is 5%.

Do you have a project in mind for our One Night Stand Fragrance Oil?  Are you looking for new project ideas or perhaps gift ideas?  Try Natures Garden’s free Recipes and Classes, also  located at the top of our website, click that link and let your imagination run wild.  I went My next project is sure to be our Massage Candle Recipe using this erotic unisex scent!  I think this fragrance will be perfect!

Have you been inspired?  Place your order today by going to Natures Garden’s search bar and type in “one night stand fragrance oil”, you will directed to the ordering page.

Dec
17

Cane Sugar Cookie Fragrance


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Cane Sugar Cookie FragranceCane Sugar Cookie Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Spotlight

Cane Sugar Cookie Fragrance Oil is available at Natures Garden.  This vanilla fragrance will allow you to scent your home with the aroma of freshly baked cookies, without the mess to clean up in the kitchen.  Cane Sugar cookie scent has been described by our customers as a very pleasant fragrance with a lovely, soft scent.  One customer states, “This one really comes alive after it cures a day! Nice throw hot and cold. Unique.”  This customer also went on to say that they will be adding this one to their fragrance line. This bakery aroma of  sugary sweetness is one fragrance oil that will have your clients coming back for seconds!

What Does Cane Sugar Cookie Fragrance Oil Smell Like? 

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is just Yummy!  The aromatic combination of just the right top notes of cane sugar, butter, and rum; followed by middle notes of caramel and vanilla extract; sitting on a dry base note of vanilla sugar. An NG Original Fragrance! 

Top Notes:  butter, cane sugar, rum
Mid Notes:  heliotrope, caramel, vanilla extract
Base Notes:  vanilla sugar, baked cookie

How Do Our Customers Use Cane Sugar Cookie Fragrance Oil?

For candle crafters and home scenters,  this bakery delight is a huge hit.  The maximum usage for homemade candles is 10%.  When doing projects like making scented incense the maximum recommended usage is 50%, and for homemade cleaning products the maximum usage is 5%.  Our customers have used Cane Sugar Cookie Fragrance Oil in Natures Garden’s Pillar of Bliss Wax to make amazing homemade wax tarts or wax potpourri.  Our suggestion for coloring, there is no suggested coloring as it is beautiful the way it is.  This fragrance oil performs perfectly in Joy wax, Wow wax, and is nice and strong in soy wax.  It is also nice and strong in homemade room scents such as aroma beads, reed diffusers, incense and potpourri.

As for the homemade bath and body products, the maximum recommended usage rate for our Cane Sugar Cookie fragrance oil is 5%.  Our cold process soap testing results shows that this bakery scent pours perfectly with no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation while maintaining good scent retention.  Cane Sugar Cookies Fragrance Oil will discolor to a milk chocolate.  The vanillin content is 7% for this fragrance oil.  Vanilla White Color stabilizer may help prevent discoloration due to vanilla.  However, there are 40 or more ingredients used used when manufacturing fragrance oils that may lead to discoloration of body products.  Just like with our candle coloring suggestion, we suggest no color for your homemade bath and body products.  This sweet fragrance is amazing in homemade melt and pour soap, bath oils, sugar scrubs, lotions, and more.

Nature’s Garden Cane Sugar Cookie aroma will keep them guessing as to whether or not you have delicious sugar cookies right from the oven just waiting to be eaten.  To order this vanilla cookie scent, just go to the search bar on Natures Garden web site and type in “cane sugar cookie fragrance oil” and It will take you directly to the page to place order today!

Dec
16

Cafe Mocha Fragrance


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Cafe Mocha FragranceCafe Mocha Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Spotlight

Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil available at Natures Garden has been described by our customers as “a very strong scent of coffee and dark sweet chocolate”.

What Does Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is the perfect arrangement of fragrance notes reminiscent of fresh brewed coffee, chocolate syrup, creamy vanilla, and marshmallows.

Top Notes: fresh brewed coffee
Mid Notes:  chocolate syrup, heavy cream
Base Notes: vanilla, marshmallows

How Do Our Customers Use Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil?

Did you know that not only do we carry the finest products, but here at Nature’s Garden we have our own recipes?  You can click “recipes and classes” located on the top of Natures Garden’s web site and find all of our unique recipes.  Some recipes may be found on a specific fragrance oil’s page by clicking the “recipes” tab located above the image for that fragrance oil.  Once you click it, a recipe using that exact fragrance oil will open up.  This is where you will find free recipes like our Coffee Butter Scrub Recipe, using our wonderful Cafe Mocha fragrance.

Home scenting, when making such projects as reed diffuserspotpourri and incense, please remember that the maximum usage amount is 50%.  When used to make aroma beads, Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil is a delicious scent that is nice and strong.  Please note that when making homemade cleaning products, the maximum usage of 5%. for this fragrance oil.

For those who make soap, show off your creativity by making homemade cp soap.  Our cold process soap testing results shows that it is a perfect pour with no ricing, no acceleration,  and no separation with a wonderful coffee scent.  Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil discolors to a perfect milk chocolate.  The vanillin content is 7% for this fragrance oil.  Vanilla White Color stabilizer may help prevent discoloration due to vanilla.  However, there are more than 40 ingredients used in fragrance manufacturing that may contribute to discoloration of products.  When making soap and other bath and body products such as scrubs, bath oils, bath gels, lotions, and perfumes, the maximum usage is 5%.  For your homemade body products, the suggested coloring options are to use brown soap colorant in the amount that you are satisfied with.  Never use candle dye in any homemade bath and body products.

For homemade candle crafters, the maximum usage for Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil is 10% and it is nice and strong in strong in soy wax while performing perfectly in joy wax, and wow wax.  Try using Natures Garden’s pillar of bliss wax to create your own homemade candle wax melts.  Some suggestions to add some color to your beautiful candles include using 4 drops of brown liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a brown color block into your melted wax.  Just a reminder, using crayons to color your homemade candles will clog your wick, we never recommend it.

Is your coffee poured?  Are you ready to get started to by placing your order today?  Using the search bar on Natures Garden’s web site, type in “cafe mocha fragrance oil” and hit enter.  It will then lead you directly to the ordering page where you can started.

Dec
14

Cannabis Flower Fragrance


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Cannabis Flower Fragrance Cannabis Flower Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Spotlight

Natures Garden’s Cannabis Flower Fragrance Oil is a fun fragrance that comes with a warning label.  WARNING:  If you have your windows open while burning this candle, the authorities may question what you’re doing.  If you around for the 60’s, this psychedelic fragrance will leave you reminiscing about your “hippy” days.  Get out your lava lamps!

What Does Cannabis Flower Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

In this fragrance oil by Natures Garden, shimmering green fern and cannabis notes unfold to reveal a rich floral accord of violet and gardenia in this fantasy scent. A warm blend of cashmere wood surrounds the floralcy, while sensual undertones of musk and golden amber soften the scent from within.

How Do Our Customers Use Cannabis Flower Fragrance Oil?

For homemade soap crafters who like to show of their creative skills by making homemade bath and body products such as bath gels, bath oils, scrubs, bath bombs, lotions, and perfumes, the maximum usage is 5%.  Our cold process soap testing results show that there is slight acceleration, no separation, and no ricing with strong scent retention.  Cannabis Flower Fragrance Oil discolors to a very, very light beige color.  The vanillin content is .2% for this fragrance oil.  However, there are more than 40 ingredients used in fragrance manufacturing that may contribute to discoloration of products.  For your homemade soaps, the suggested coloring options are to use green soap colorant in the amount that you are satisfied with.  Never use candle dye in any homemade bath and body products.

For homemade candle makers, the maximum usage for Cannabis Flower Fragrance Oil is 10% and it is nice and strong in strong in soy wax while performing perfectly in joy wax, and wow wax.  Try using Natures Garden’s pillar of bliss wax to create your own homemade candle wax tarts.  Some suggestions to add some color to your beautiful homemade candle creations include using 4 drops of green liquid candle dye and 1 drop of brown liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a green color block and brown color block into your melted wax.  Just a friendly reminder, using crayons to color your homemade candles will clog your wick, we never recommend it.

For those that want to make home scents, when making such projects as reed diffuserspotpourri and incense, please remember that the maximum usage amount is 50%.  When used to make aroma beads, Cannabis Flower Fragrance Oil is a far out scent that is nice and strong.  Please note that when making homemade cleaning products, the maximum recommended usage rate is 5%. for this  fragrance oil.

Per our customer reviews, many of them tried it in cold process soaps.  Natures Garden has a recipe for this fun, out of this herbal fragrance, Hippies & Hemp cold process soap recipe.

Cannabis Flower Fragrance Oil is a groovy scent to have on hand.  To order this not too hippy, not too masculine scent, just go to the search bar on Natures Garden web site and type in “cannabis flower fragrance oil” and It will take you directly to the page to place order today!

Dec
10

Capri Olivo Fragrance


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Capri Olivo FragranceCapri Olivo Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Spotlight

A Natures Garden Original Fragrance, Capri Olivo Fragrance Oil will give you the sensation of being swept away to Capri Island.  Who doesn’t deserve that type of get away?

What Does Capri Olivo Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Capri Olivo Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is a Luxury Spa fragrance!  Wisk away to Capri Island; a breath-taking paradise overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.  Your mind will embrace this cultural encounter, while your soul attains pure harmony.  Capri Olivo is a culturally complex aroma of tart Japanese grapefruit, Fresh Osmanthus (Sweet Olive), and dew-covered watercress;  followed by middle notes of rose, jasmine, and cassis.  To create subtle ecstasy, Capri Olivo sits on a dry down of fresh amber and myrrh.

Top Notes: grapefruit, osmanthus, watercress
Mid Notes: honeysuckle, lily, climbing vines, rose, jasmine, cassis
Base Notes: musk, amber, myrrh

How Do Our Customers Use Capri Olivo Fragrance Oil?

Let’s take a look at the coloring suggestions for both homemade candles and homemade bath and body products.  For homemade candles, it is suggested to use 3 drops of blue liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax or shred a small amount of a blue color block into your melted wax. Never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.  Moving to the homemade soaps, it is suggested to use blue soap colorant in the amount that satisfies you. Never use candle dye in any body products. What colors do you see in your escape to paradise?

For homemade candles, the maximum usage is 10%.  This spa fragrance performs perfectly in Wow wax, Joy wax, and is nice and strong in soy wax.  It also works well in candle wax tarts using Natures Garden’s pillar of bliss wax.

As for the homemade soaper in all of us, the maximum usage for this unisex scent is 5%.  Here are Natures Garden, our cold process soap testing results show that Capri Olivo Fragrance Oil poured perfectly with no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation with an excellent, strong spa scent.  The vanillin content for the extremely delightful fragrance oil is 0%.  However, there are more than 40 ingredients used in fragrance manufacturing that may contribute to discoloration of products. It also performed perfectly in perfumes and as for other handmade bath and body products such as bath bombs, bath oils, bath gels, scrubs, and lotions, it performed well.

For household purposes such as potpourri, incense, and reed diffusers, the recommended maximum usage is 50% and for homemade cleaning products, the maximum usage is 5%.  This relaxing, upscale and very sexy smelling fragrance is also nice and strong in aroma beads with some serious staying power!

What’s the best way to relax when find yourself in paradise?  Well, a message of course.  Check out this Natures Garden recipe, Massage Candle Recipe.  Who knows, maybe you will be inspired to whip up one of these massage candle as a gift or a treat for yourself.

Paradise awaits you!  To start your journey to Capri Island, just go to the search bar on Natures Garden site and type in “Capri Olivo ”.  It will take you directly to the page to order this luxury scent!

Dec
07

Cafe Caramel Fragrance


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Cafe Caramel FragranceCafe Caramel Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Cafe Caramel Fragrance Oil is not only a Natures Garden’s Original scent, but its as a Best Seller!

What Does Cafe Caramel Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

To our coffee lovers … Heaven.  This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of fresh-brewed cappuccino, filled with heavy cream, and sweetened with sugary caramel.  

Top Notes:  fresh brewed coffee
Mid Notes:  heavy cream
Base Notes:  caramel

How Do Our Customers Use Cafe Caramel Fragrance Oil?

How would you use this wonderful coffee fragrance oil that has a delicious combination of caramel and coffee?

For homemade candle makers, the maximum usage for Cafe Caramel Fragrance Oil is 10%.  It is nice and strong in strong in soy waxJoy Wax, and Wow Wax.  A customer stated that she tested it in joy wax and stated that it has excellent hot/cold throw.  This wonderful coffee fragrance oil works well using Natures Garden’s Pillar of Bliss Wax to make homemade wax tarts.  Natures Garden’s coloring suggestions include using 2 drops of brown liquid candle dye plus a tiny bit of orange liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax.  If you would rather use color blocks, shred an ample amount of a brown color block and orange color block into your melted wax.  Just a reminder, using crayons to color your homemade candles will clog your wick, we never recommend it.

For homemade soap makers focusing on homemade bath and body products such as homemade bath gels, bath oils, sugar scrubs, lotions, and homemade perfumes, the maximum recommended usage date is 5%.  Natures Garden’s cold process soap testing results shows no acceleration, no ricing and no separation while keeping its good scent retention.  Cafe Caramel Fragrance Oil discolors to a milk chocolate.  The vanillin content is 7% for this fragrance oil.  Vanilla White Color stabilizer may help prevent discoloration due to vanilla.  However, there are more than 40 ingredients used in fragrance manufacturing that may contribute to discoloration of products.  Suggested coloring options for your  cold process soaps or melt and pour soap is to use orange soap colorant and brown soap colorant in an amount that satisfies you.  Your deserve it!!  As a friendly reminder, never use candle dye in any bath and body products.

For our home scenting, the maximum usage amount is 50% when making homemade projects such as reed diffuserspotpourri and incense.  Cafe Caramel Fragrance Oil is absolutely wonderful when used in aroma beads and the scent is nice and strong.  Homemade cleaning products require the maximum usage of 5%. for this fragrance oil.

Have you ever checked out Natures Garden’s free recipes? We have used our Cafe Caramel Fragrance Oil in one of these many recipes.  You can find this and many other recipes by clicking on the recipe box found at the top of the Nature’s Garden website. Make sure you try our Toffee Crunch Latte Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe.  This recipe incorporates this amazing caramel scent into a delightful scrub.

Go to Nature Garden’s search bar and type in “cafe caramel fragrance oil”, click enter.  At the push of the button, you are on the page to place your order for Cafe Caramel Fragrance today.

Nov
16

Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance


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Buttered Maple Oats FragranceButtered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Spotlight

Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is a food scent that has been described by a customer as rich and full, very calming.

What Does Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance Oil Smell Like?  

At Natures Garden, we are always looking for creative, unique, and true-to-life fragrance oils.  Our Buttered Maple Oats and Honey fragrance is simply amazing!   This fragrance includes mouth-watering notes of oatmeal and sweet cream butter, cinnamon, raisins, and honey, with notes of vanilla, brown sugar, and maple.  This fragrance is amazingly true to its name.

Top Notes:  lemon zests, clove, cinnamon, honey
Mid Notes:  oats, butter, maple sugar, raisins
Base Notes:  crushed pecan, vanilla, brown sugar

How Do Our Customers Use Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance Oil?

What’s your passion?  Is it making homemade candles or making homemade bath and body products such as soaps, bath oils, bath gels, scrubs, body butters, lotions or perfumes?  It’s completely up to you.

Home scenters may try home scenting ideas like reed diffusers, potpourri and incense.  The maximum usage is 50%.  Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance Oil is fantastic In aroma beads and this authentic yet unique scent is nice and strong.  When making homemade cleaning products,  the maximum usage is 5%.

For the soap makers who prefer to focus on homemade bath and body products.  The maximum usage is 5%.  A coloring suggestion for your soaps is to use yellow soap colorant and brown soap colorant in an amount that satisfies you.  You’re worth it!!  Please remember to never use candle dye in any bath and body products.  Natures Garden’s cold process soap testing results shows no acceleration, no ricing and no separation while maintaining a strong scent retention.  Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance Oil discolors to a light brown.  The vanillin content is 2% for this fragrance oil.  Vanilla White Color stabilizer may help prevent discoloration due to vanilla.  However, there are more than 40 ingredients used in fragrance manufacturing that may contribute to discoloration of products.  Are you looking for something different to spice up your soap line?  Have you checked out Natures Garden recipes?  Or have you noticed that above the image for each our fragrance oils, there are tabs?  One tab will read “videos” and there may be a tab that read “recipes”.  By clicking on the recipe tab for Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance, you will see a link for our Oatmeal Butter Honey Soap Recipe.  This is a melt and pour soap recipe using our Buttered Maple Oats Honey Scent.  Check it out and have fun!

For homemade candle crafters, the maximum usage for Buttered Maple Oats Honey Fragrance Oil is 10%.  This fragrance oil performs perfectly in joy wax, wow wax, and is nice and strong in soy wax.  It also works well in candle wax tarts using Natures Garden’s pillar of bliss wax.  Some coloring tips include using 2 drops of yellow liquid candle dye plus a tiny bit of brown liquid candle dye per every 4 pounds of wax or you can shred a small amount of a yellow color block and brown color block into your melted wax.

Go to Nature Garden’s search bar and type in “buttered maple oats honey fragrance oil” and you can place your order for this maple scent today!