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Jun
29

Common Candle Making Questions


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Common Candle Making QuestionsCommon Candle Making Questions

All of us at Natures Garden understand that it can be difficult to create perfect candles. Especially if you have serious scent throw issues popping up, it can be frustrating to put time and money into candles that don’t work that way you want. So, we want to answer some common candle making questions to prevent confusion and save you from all that extra troubleshooting. So, let’s talk about common problems so we can get back to creating gorgeous homemade candles!

Common Candle Making Questions About Candle Wax

First, we are going to talk about questions that often come up in relation to candle wax.

Common Candle Making Questions: How Do You Melt Candle Wax at Home?Common Candle Making Questions: How Do You Melt Candle Wax at Home?

You can use a pouring pot and a stove top to melt your wax at home. Also, we recommend using a double boiler method where you have a larger pot with water in it and set your pouring pot full of wax inside. Turn the stove on to medium and allow the water in your pot to boil. This will safely heat your wax without letting it get too hot.

Common Candle Making Questions: Which is the Best Wax for Candle Making?

Choosing the best wax all depends on preference of what you prefer in a finished candle. First, we have soy waxes that are vegan, gluten free, and natural candle waxes. This is the least expensive wax, has a fantastic cold throw, and has a cleaner burn, but it is tricky to get a great hot throw with some fragrances. Also, Soy Wax often has frosting and a rougher finish.

Next, we have paraffin wax, which has the best scent throw, and is in both the Wow Wax and Joy Wax. The Joy wax uses a mixture of paraffin and soy, so it has a cleaner burn due to the soy wax and a really good hot scent throw due to the paraffin wax. Also, it clings to the candle containers better and has less frosting. An option for creating a translucent candle is gel wax, but it isn’t compatible with all fragrances.

Additionally, you can use palm wax, which comes from sustainable sources, has a beautiful crystal finish, and has a great scent throw. Natures Garden carries sustainable palm container and pillar wax. Lastly, Pillar of Bliss Wax and Palm Pillar wax are great options for creating pillars or wax tarts.

Common Candle Making Questions For Making Soy Candles

Since soy wax is so popular among our customers, we wanted to answer some of the most common questions asked about making soy candles.

Common Candle Making Questions: What is the Best Temperature to Pour Soy Wax?Common Candle Making Questions: What is the Best Temperature to Pour Soy Wax?

This temperature depends on the type of soy wax being used. We recommend pouring our 100% soy wax at 110 degrees Fahrenheit. For the Golden Brands 444 or Golden Brands 464, we suggest pouring at 135 degrees Fahrenheit

Common Candle Making Questions: What is the Best Temperature to Add Fragrance to Soy Wax?

For heavier fragrance oils with high flash points, we recommend adding the scented oil at 185 degrees Fahrenheit. However, lighter fragrances with lower flash points, Ike citrus scents, would be added around 160 degrees Fahrenheit

Common Candle Making Questions: Which Wick is Best for Soy Candles?

Many customers perfer to use a cotton wick for their soy candles. We have two types of cotton wicks available, which are HTP and CD candle wicks.

Common Candle Making Questions: How Do You Make Soy Wax Melts?

Although we don’t carry soy wax in a pillar form for melts, you can still create soy wax melts with container wax. Often, customers will use individual portion cups to package wax melts like these, which can be used to squeeze the wax into the wax burner. This is because it is softer than pillar wax and is difficult to get out of clamshells. However, this wax will not hold the shape from a mold. In fact, it will get stuck in your mold and be difficult to clean.  Another option when making wax melts with a container wax is to add stearic acid to the wax to harden it.

Common Candle Making Questions About Candle Fragrance

Fragrance is important for creating great scented candles, so its important to know how to get your scented candle oil to work for you!

Common Candle Making Questions: Why Don’t My Candles Have a Good Scent Throw?

This issue could have a few different possible causes. First, you may not have added enough fragrance, which should be 1 oz. per pound on average. However, Natures Garden waxes will allow you to add up to 10% in most cases.  Also, your candle may have a clogged wick. This could be due to adding too much fragrance, vybar, or another additive. Also, additives like mica and crayons will clog your wick.

Another possibility is the type of wax you are using. A wax like paraffin will have a better scent throw than soy waxes. Finally, it is possible that you have the wrong size wick. If you wick is too small, then the flame will not be hot enough to get the aroma into the air. On the other hand, a wick that is too large will burn the scent oil before it can be released into the air.

Common Candle Making Questions: What is Vybar Used for in Candle Making?Common Candle Making Questions: What is Vybar Used for in Candle Making?

If you have a poor scent throw and you have tried trouble shooting, then you may want to use vybar. The vybar can be used to increase scent throw by adding some amount between a fourth and a half teaspoon per pound of wax. Just be cautious not to add too much or it can clog your wick and reduce your scent throw. We suggest using Vybar 103 for pillar candles and Vybar 206 for container candles.

Common Candle Making Questions: Why Is Fragrance Oil Settling to the Bottom of the Candle?

If you notice that fragrance is settling at either the top or bottom of your candle, then there could be a few reasons to explain it. First, you’ve added too much fragrance oil. Another option is that the wax you are using isn’t porous enough and you may need a more porous wax. Along with this idea, waxes that have been burned or heated too much may reduce in their ability to hold fragrance.  Finally, you may have not stirred enough to fully incorporate the fragrance oil.

Common Candle Making Questions: Can You Use Essential Oils in a Wax Warmer?Common Candle Making Questions: Can You Use Essential Oils in a Wax Warmer?

While some essential oils can be used in wax warmers, it can be a bit tricky. You need to make sure that they are diluted with either a carrier oil or DPG. Additionally, some essential oils have flashpoints that are too low for a wax warmer. So, you will want to do some testing with the essential oils that you choose.

Common Candle Making Questions About Candle Wicks

Choosing the right wick is another important part of candle making. Otherwise, your candle might not be as effective as it could be.

Common Candle Making Questions: Why is My Candle Wick Drowning Out?Common Candle Making Questions: Why is My Candle Wick Drowning Out?

This could be due to either a small wick or a high candle. First, the wick you used may be too small for a candle of this diameter, which you can use our Candle Wick Chart for reference. Also, your wick could be drowning if you poured your candle wax up too high. You should stop pouring before the wax passes the part of the candle jar that changes shape and begins to curve for the lip.

Common Candle Making Questions: Why Isn’t My Candle Wax Not Burning Evenly All of the Way Down?

Uneven burning could be due to either the wax or the wick. First, the wick may be too small for your candle’s size. Also, the wax that you chose could be too hard. While you could use a softer wax instead, you could also switch to a hotter wick.

Common Candle Making Questions About General Candle Making

Lastly, we have some general questions about making candles that could be useful for crafting perfect candles.

Common Candle Making Questions: Sometimes I Follow All Recommendations and I Still Can’t Seem to Get it Right. Why is That?

There are many factors that can influence the outcome of your homemade candles. First, fragrance oils can impact a candle, as thicker scented oils require you to wick up to get a hotter burn. Also, the room temperature can effect your candles. If the room is too cold, then you can have more issues with glass adhesion and frosting because your candle will setup very quickly.

Additionally, you could have an issue where the scent doesn’t smell as strong because you are used to it. When you are around a scent for too long, your nose will adjust and you won’t notice it as much. If this happens to you, then don’t worry too much just take a break from the scent for awhile and your nose will recognize it again after a long enough break.

Common Candle Making Questions: Why are My Layers Bleeding in my Candle?

This color issue could have one of a few different causes. First, the layers were too hot. If you don’t wait long enough or pour your wax too soon, then the layers can melt one another and start to run into one another. Also, it could be due to over saturating your candle with fragrance, as the extra scented oil will blend with colorant and bring the color with it as it seeps out of the candle.

Common Candle Making Questions: Can I Use Mica in Candles?Common Candle Making Questions: Can I Use Mica in Candles?

We recommend that you don’t mix mica into the candle itself, because it will clog the wick. But, you can use mica to decorate the outside of pillar candles! After your pillar is created you can then, use the mica on the outer portion of your candle. This shimmery mixture can be used to provide a beautiful sparkle on the outside of your candles.

Common Candle Making Questions: Can Mica be used in Wax Melts?

Sure! Since we don’t have to worry about clogging the wick, you can mix it straight into the candle wax.

 

Common Candle Making Questions: How Do I Get Rid of the Air Bubbles in My Candles?

There are a few reasons why air bubbles could get trapped in your candles, which include water exposure and pouring at a cooler temperature. So, how do you prevent air bubble in a homemade candle? First, keep water away from your work station. Also, you can try pouring your wax at a hotter temperature. Further, pour your candle wax slowly and make sure to stop before you hit pour point where your jar begins to change shape. 

Common Candle Making Questions: Can You Melt Old Candles to Make New Ones?Common Candle Making Questions: Can You Melt Old Candles to Make New Ones?

We don’t recommend re-purposing old candles to make new ones. While this may seem like a create idea to take all you half used candles and make a new one, the scent is a big concern in this case. If these candles are scented, then they will already contain fragrance oil. Once you melt your old candles, the scent may fade, but many of the wax particles are still holding on to some of the scent oil. This means that you won’t be able to add enough fragrance oil without over saturating your candle. Since the candle already is holding scent, this extra fragrance will seep out and sit on the top of your candle, which is dangerous and can result in a flame that is too large.

Common Candle Making Questions: Reach Out to UsCommon Candle Making Questions: Reach Out to Us

Hopefully, we were able to get some of your more pressing questions answered. If you have any more questions or concerns about making your own candles, then please reach out to us. We are always happy to help! You can stop by the store, give us a call, or talk to us on social media. If you want to find us online, we have a Natures Garden Facebook page, Twitter (@ngscents), and Instagram (@ngscents). Good luck and have fun with candle making!

Jun
27

Best Apple Fragrance Oils


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Best Apple Fragrance OilsBest Apple Fragrance Oils

Take a peek at the Natures Garden blog for the Best Apple Fragrance Oils, which discusses the fragrances as well as some recipes for these scents. So, you can find a fun craft while looking for your favorite apple scent! There are tons of apple fragrant oils to look though, so we are should you’ll find the best scent for your products! Whether you are looking for a sweet dessert, spicy, or fresh fruit kind of apple scent, we have what you are looking for! All you need to do is look at our fragrance oil list below.

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Butter Caramel Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Butter Caramel Fragrance Oil

The Apple Butter Caramel fragrance oil by Natures Garden is an amazing combination of the following aromatic notes to make apple butter caramel fragrance truly fantastic:  McIntosh apple, steamed milk, pure sugar, caramel candy, toffee pudding, apple butter, fresh nutmeg, vanilla bean, and soft musk.

 

 

 

This sweet apple scent is great in cp soap! There is no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. Plus, the scent is strong after curing!

 

 

 

Also, you could make the best apple scented candle! This scent is delicious and smells great in candles. If you want to make homemade candles with this scent, we suggest using six drops of red plus two drops of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a red and brown color block into your melted wax.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Toffee Apple Crunch Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Toffee Apple Crunch Fragrance Oil

Another great apple scent is our Toffee Apple Crunch Fragrance Oil! This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of a granny smith apple with creamy, buttery caramel; dipped in crunchy toffee chips. Plus, this fragrant oil is an NG Original!

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Toffee Apple Crunch Fragrance Oil Soap

 

One great way to use this scent is in handmade soaps! This fragrance will have no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. Further, the scent remains strong in the soap after curing!

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Toffee Apple Crunch Fragrance Oil Candle

 

Additionally, this fragrance would make a perfect room scent. We’d recommend using two drops brown and one drop of orange liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded brown and orange color blocks per four pounds of wax.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Cinnamon Streusel Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Cinnamon Streusel Fragrance Oil

This apple dessert fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of freshly-baked apple streusel. The fragrance begins with top notes of apples, pears, and applesauce. Middle notes include banana leaves and freshly ground cinnamon bark. Base notes include dry notes of vanilla, hazelnut, and almond. Plus, this scent is a Best Seller!

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Cinnamon Streusel Fragrance Oil Soap

 

This scented oil is perfect for making soap! There is no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. There is only light discoloration and the scent in the cured soaps is very nice.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Cinnamon Streusel Fragrance Oil Candle

 

Also, this apple aroma is great for making scented candles! If you do use this scent, then you should include two drops of brown along with a little yellow liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of a brown and yellow color block into your melted wax

Best Apple Fragrance Oils McIntosh Apple Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils McIntosh Apple Fragrance Oil

The McIntosh Apple fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of crisp, juicy, sweet and sour McIntosh Apples.  This true apple scent is both wonderful by itself and perfect to use for mixing with other scents to create more complex fragrance oils.

 

 

 

 

This lovely apples scent will work perfectly in any of your soap recipes! There is no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and no discoloration. The scent retention is light and smells fresh.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils McIntosh Apple Fragrance Oil Candle

 

This apple scent is great for making candles. Plus, the scent works perfectly to create gel wax candles! Also, we suggest using six drops of red liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded red color block per four pounds of wax to get a bright apple appearance.

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Cinnamon -ORIGINAL Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Cinnamon -ORIGINAL Fragrance Oil

This apple fragrance oil by Natures Garden is our original Apple Cinnamon fragrance.  If you’re looking for a wonderful blend of apples and cinnamon without an overkill of bakery base notes, our apple cinnamon fragrance oil is just for you!  The aroma of a red juicy McIntosh apple, sprinkled with fresh ground cinnamon sticks. Plus, this scent is both an NG Original and a best selling scent!

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Cinnamon -ORIGINAL Fragrance Oil Candle

This apple cinnamon fragrance oil is one of our strongest apple scent! This aroma has strong spice notes that perfectly complement the the fresh apple. So, this is a perfect fragrance for candles! Also, we recommend using six drops of red plus one drop of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of a red and brown color block into your melted wax or you can use cinnamon color block.

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Cinnamon -ORIGINAL Fragrance Oil Recipe

 

Another fun way to use this amazing fragrance is our Candle Wax Tarts Recipe. The aroma is just as strong as it would be in a candle, but you get to use your wax warmer!

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Cinnamon -Body Safe Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Cinnamon -Body Safe Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is perfect if you’re looking for a wonderful blend of apples and cinnamon without an overkill of bakery base notes. Well then, our apple cinnamon fragrance oil is just for you! The aroma of a red juicy McIntosh apple, sprinkled with fresh ground cinnamon sticks. Best of all, this fragrance is body safe, and phthalate-free. This scent is both an NG Original and a best seller!

 

 

This scent is a duped scent of one of own original fragrances. The only difference is that this scent is body safe! The soaps that use this scent have no   ricing, no separation, and a good scent retention.

 

Also, you can use this body safe scent to create candles. We recommend using six drops of red plus one drop of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of a red and brown color block into your melted wax or you can use cinnamon color block.

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Red Delicious Apple Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Red Delicious Apple Fragrance Oil

Another fresh apple scent by Natures Garden is the Red Delicious Apple Fragrance Oil. This fragrance oil is absolutely the best apple scent you will find!  This strong and true red delicious apple fragrance is simply amazing! Plus, this scent in an NG Original scent!

 

 

 

This fresh and true apple fragrance oil is perfect for soap. Not only is this scent amazing and strong in cured soap, but it performs perfectly! There is no acceleration, no ricing, no separation, and no discoloration.

 

 

Also, this fresh apple scent would be great for creating scented candles. If you use this scent in candles we suggest that you use six drops red liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded red color block per four pounds of wax.

 

 

Since this scent is great in candles, we used this true McIntosh apple aroma in our Fourth of July Triple Layer Candle Recipe!

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Happy Camper Candy Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Happy Camper Candy Fragrance Oil

This Nature’s Garden Original scent is absolutely delicious! Tempt your taste buds with the aroma of our Apple Happy Camper Candy Fragrance Oil. This fragrant oil has the aroma of tangy yet sweet green apple goodness that will remind you of the sour green apple candy you enjoyed during childhood. So, if you love sour apple candy this will be the fragrance for you!

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Happy Camper Candy Fragrance Oil Soap

 

This apple candy scent is perfect for creating scented soaps! This batch will have no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. Plus, the scent after cure stays strong and true!

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Happy Camper Candy Fragrance Oil Candle

This sweet scent would make wonderful scented candles. Also, the perfect color for this scent, of course, would be bright green! So, use two drops of green with one drop of yellow liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a green and yellow color block into your melted wax.

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Green Apple Candy Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Green Apple Candy Fragrance Oil

Also, you can check out another apple candy scent we carry! The Green Apple Candy fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of juicy granny smith apples with nuances of strawberries, elderberries with a top note of ozony cucumber. Plus, this fragrance is one of our best selling scents!

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Green Apple Candy Fragrance Oil Soap

 

This apple candy scent is perfect for soap making! There is no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and only a slight beige discoloration. Plus, the fragrance is very good in soap.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Green Apple Candy Fragrance Oil Candle

 

Also, our Green Apple Happy Camper scent is great for candles! If you use this scent, we suggest adding two drops of green plus a drop of yellow liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a green and yellow color block into your melted wax.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Green Apple Candy Fragrance Oil Recipe

 

The Green Apple Candy Bath Bomb Recipe smells just like apple candy and kind of looks like ti, too! Also, these bath products include herbs that are nice for the skin!

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Jack Peel Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Jack Peel Fragrance Oil

Natures Garden’s Apple Jack Peel Fragrance Oil is the wonderful aroma of fresh peeled apples with zesty top notes of lemon and grapefruit, middle notes of peach, orange, cinnamon and clove. Sitting on base notes of maple, vanilla, cream, and musk. Fantastic! Also, this scent is a Best Seller!

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Jack Peel Fragrance Oil Soap

 

Perfect scent for soap making! This blend of cloves and apples remains strong in the finished soaps. Plus, there is  no ricing, no acceleration, no separation and no discoloration.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Jack Peel Fragrance Oil Candle

 

Also, this apple spice scent is great for room scenting. This scent works well with four drops of red and a drop of black liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded red plus black color block per four pounds of wax.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Hot Baked Apple Pie Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Hot Baked Apple Pie Fragrance Oil

This Hot Baked Apple Pie fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the most wonderful apple pie fragrance we have smelled! The aroma of fresh cut granny smith apples, smothered in butter, cream, and cinnamon, with a background of fresh baked crust. Obviously, it is one of our best selling scents!

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Hot Baked Apple Pie Fragrance Oil Candle

 

This strong apple pie scent is perfect for scenting your whole home! If you use this perfect candle scent, then you should use two drops of green liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded green color block per four pounds of wax.

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Butter Pie Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Butter Pie Fragrance Oil

This scrumptious fragrance oil by Natures Garden is one where we’ve taken a family favorite recipe and had our perfumist create a scent that is reminiscent. Apple butter pie is an amazing fragrance that reminds us of our grandma’s southern baking while on trips to Tennessee. The perfect arrangement of tart pie apples, apple butter, evaporated milk, cinnamon, and buttery, flakey pie crust. This scent is both an NG Original and a Best Seller!

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Butter Pie Fragrance Oil Soap

 

Our apple butter pie scent is nice in cp soaps. This recipe has no ricing, no separation, and only a slight discoloration. Plus, the scent is nice in the cured soap!

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Butter Pie Fragrance Oil Candle

 

This yummy and buttery apple pie scent goes perfectly with two drops of brown liquid candle dye plus a tiny bit of orange liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of a brown and orange color block into your melted wax

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Country Apple Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Country Apple Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a very nice complex scent which begins with top notes of pineapple, jasmine, and tiger lily; strong middle notes of juicy McIntosh apples and tart granny smith apples; with a dry down of vanilla beans.

 

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Country Apple Fragrance Oil Soap

 

Great apple soap scent with no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and no discoloration. Plus, the scent remains nice and sweet in the cured soap!

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Country Apple Fragrance Oil Candle

 

This nice apple scent would be nice in homemade candles! Also, you can use six drops of red liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of a red color block into your melted wax to crate a perfect color for this scent.

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil

This tasty pumpkin apple butter fragrance oil by Natures Garden will put you in the mood for the holidays with top notes of orange, apple, pear, pineapple, and cherries; middle notes of pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove; with base notes of warm vanilla. Unique, and simply amazing! Also, this is an NG Original Fragrance!

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil Soap

 

This fragrance is perfect for making soap! This scent has no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. Plus, the scent is strong in the cured soap!

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Pumpkin Apple Butter Fragrance Oil Candle

 

This blend of sweet fruits and spices works nicely in for making scented candles. Plus,the scent would go nicely in a candle with five drops orange plus a drop of brown liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded orange and brown color blocks per four pounds of wax.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Candied Apple Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Candied Apple Fragrance Oil

Next, we have our sweet Candied Apple Fragrance Oil! This fragrance by Natures Garden is an irresistible blend of juicy apples, rounded out with notes of sweet plums and ripened strawberries; enhanced with a splash of lime, orange zests, with sharp green notes. Plus, this scent is a best selling scent!

 

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Candied Apple Fragrance Oil Soap

 

This sweet scent is nice for soap making as it has no  acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. Plus, this aroma lasts and stays strong in the finish soap!

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Candied Apple Fragrance Oil Candle

 

Creating a candle that is a bright red and vivid as a real candied apple is perfect for a candle with this fragrance oil. So, use six drops of red liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of a red color block into your melted wax.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Crisp Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Crisp Fragrance Oil

Also, you can try out another great apple dessert scent that is scrumptious. The Apple Crisp Fragrance Oil is a tasty and true scent that you won’t want to pass up. This scent by Natures Garden is the aroma of a red juicy apple combined with buttercream and cinnamon with a base note of a baked oatmeal cookie.

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Crisp Fragrance Oil Soap

 

This yummy scent is nice for soaping with no acceleration, no ricing, no separation. Also, this fragrance has a good scent held in soap.

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Crisp Fragrance Oil Candle

Making an apple crisp scented candle is a great idea! Plus, you can use two drops of brown liquid candle dye along with a small amount of yellow liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of brown and yellow color block into your melted wax to create a complementary candle color.

Best Apple Fragrance Oils NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance Oil

This delightful fragrance oil by Natures Garden begins with top notes of sweet, ripened, McIntosh apples, pears, and white roses; followed by middle notes of freshly sliced mango, fresh greenery, and tiger lily; all sitting on base notes of floral musks. Compare NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance oil to the smell of Gain’s Apple Mango Tango fabric softener.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance Oil Soap

 

This clean scent is perfect for scented soap making! The scent retention is awesome! Plus, there is no separation, no ricing, only a slight acceleration, and no discoloration.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils NG Apple Mango & Tango Fragrance Oil Candle

Also, this scent is nice for making scented candles. If you’d like our coloring suggestion, then use three drops of red and three drops of orange liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a red and an orange color block into your melted wax.

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Tart Green Apple Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Tart Green Apple Fragrance Oil

Looking for a fresh, green apple scent?  Try out our Tart Green Apple Fragrance Oil. This true fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the scent of tart green granny smith apples. Very strong and true to its name. Plus, this fragrance is one of our best selling scents!

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Tart Green Apple Fragrance Oil Soap

 

The scent retention of the scent is good and true. There is no ricing, no separation, and no discoloration.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Tart Green Apple Fragrance Oil Candles

 

A fresh green apple scent candle would be great in green! So, use two drops of green and two drops yellow liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded green plus yellow color block per four pounds of wax.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Tart Green Apple Fragrance Oil Recipe

 

Check out a soap recipe without lye that would be perfect for kids! Our Monster Snot Soap Jelly Recipe is one of the best kids’ soap making recipes that they will really enjoy using!

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Dumpling Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Dumpling Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of freshly-baked apple dumplings.  This fragrance begins with top notes of red candy apples, and pears.  Middle notes include nutmeg, clove, cardamom and freshly ground cinnamon bark. Base notes include dry notes of vanilla, and hazelnut. This best selling scent is an NG Original, as well!

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Dumpling Fragrance Oil Soap

 

This fragrance would be perfect for creating soap. Not only is there a good scent retention, but there is no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Dumpling Fragrance Oil Candle

 

This scent is perfect for making some amazing scented candles! Also, you could use five drops of red liquid candle dye plus two drops of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of a cinnamon color block into your melted wax.

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Lavender Apple Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden will make your home smell clean, and will help to relax your mind at the same time! Lavender Apple fragrance starts with top notes of red delicious apple, raspberries, plum, and sugar; followed by middle notes of floral rosaceous green notes, lilac, pear, and eucalyptus; and sits on a powdery, woodsy musk base note.

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil Soap

 

This fragrance oil is a very clean scent that is very strong and herbal in cured soap. Also, there is no acceleration, no separation, no ricing, and no discoloration.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil Candle

Further, you can create some clean laundry scent candles with this fragrance oil. This type of homemade candle would pair nice with two drops of red and a  tiny bit of purple liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded red and purple color blocks per four pounds of wax.

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Lavender Apple Fragrance Oil Recipe

 

Not only does the Lavender Apple Sugar Scrub Recipe smell delicious, but  it is perfect for your skin! This scrub will exfoliate and nourish your skin leaving your skin soft and moisturized.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Orchard Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Orchard Fragrance Oil

The Apple Orchard Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is a perfect combination of Cameo, McIntosh, Red Delicious, Fuji, and Granny Smith apples. So refreshing, you will think someone just peeled a fresh apple in your house. Now with an even stronger scent throw! Plus, this scent is is a best seller!

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Orchard Fragrance Oil Candle

This apple scent is perfect for creating homemade candles! We suggest using six drops of red liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a red color block into your melted wax.

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Orchard Fragrance Oil Recipe

 

Also, you can use this scent to create some fragrant soy candles! This recipe is the basic method for soy wax candle making and it uses a strong scent that is perfect for candles.

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Pie Fragrance Oil (Our Old Version)Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Pie Fragrance Oil (Our Old Version)

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the apple pie scent we have had since we started making candles. This scent is not the same as our Hot Baked Apple Scent, as this original apple pie scent has more of a cinnamon “kick” to it.

 

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Pie Fragrance Oil (Our Old Version) Soap

 

This fragrance is a nice, tasty scent for making soap that has a good scent retention. Plus,there is no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Pie Fragrance Oil (Our Old Version) Candle

 

This apple pie scent is a great way to scent you home! Also, this scent would go nice with five drops of red and two drops of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a cinnamon color block into your melted wax.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apple Pie Fragrance Oil (Our Old Version) Recipe

 

Is there anything more American than a fresh baked apple pie? This true apple pie scent in our Independence Day Candle Recipe! Try this candle recipe out for the Fourth of July and it is sure to be a hit!

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Wintery Candy Apple Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Wintery Candy Apple Fragrance Oil

The Wintery Candy Apple Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is a fun fragrance that begins with top notes of crispy apple, pineapple, and zests of orange; followed by middle notes of neroli and cinnamon;  embodied with base notes of sandalwood, fresh musk, bamboo, and patchouli. This scent is a perfect alternative to our Candied Apple Scent for those looking for something more complex!

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Wintery Candy Apple Fragrance Oil Soap

 

Our Wintery Candy Apple Fragrance Oil is great for soap making as there is a strong scent in the finished soaps! Plus, there is no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation.

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Wintery Candy Apple Fragrance Oil Candle

 

This scent is perfect for making candles! We recommend using six drops of red liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax or shred a small amount of red color block into your melted wax.

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Wintery Candy Apple Fragrance Oil Recipe

 

The Candied Apple Soap Recipe is a perfectly unique soap recipe that fits this scent perfectly!

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apples and Oak Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Apples and Oak Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a truly complex fragrance blend of McIntosh and Granny Smith apples, orange, peach, and pineapple with floral middle notes of lily of the valley, jasmine, and violet.  Base notes of woodsy fresh oak leaves and oak moss. Also, this scent is a best seller!

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apples and Oak Fragrance Oil Soap

 

This fragrance performs beautifully in soap! There is no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and no discoloration. Plus, the scent remains strong, fresh, true, and lasts long!

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Apples and Oak Fragrance Oil Candle

 

Also, this fragrance oil would create lovely scented candles. Just use six drops of red and two drops of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a cinnamon color block into your melted wax.

 Caramel Apple Fragrance OilBest Apple Fragrance Oils Caramel Apple Fragrance Oil

Finally, we have the Caramel Apple Fragrance Oil! This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of a big red juicy apple dipped in warm, buttery caramel. Delicious!

 

 

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Caramel Apple Fragrance Oil Soap

 

This fragrance oil has no acceleration, no separation, and no ricing in soap. Plus, the scent retention is good!

 

 

Best Apple Fragrance Oils Caramel Apple Fragrance Oil Candle

 

This sweet apple scent is great for candles! Also ,this scent would pair nicely with a candle that used two drops of brown and a drop of orange liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of a brown and orange color block into your melted wax.

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Wisteria Fragrance Oil


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Wisteria Fragrance OilWisteria Fragrance Oil Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Wisteria Fragrance Oil is a floral blend scent by Natures Garden. This aroma has a floral scent of wisteria at the forefront with lighter notes of  jasmine, lily of the valley, lavender, rose, and clove to create a more complex flower fragrance oil. Our customers have described this scent as extremely strong and absolutely gorgeous. We hope that you enjoy this delightful flower fragrance too!

What Does Wisteria Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a Yankee type fragrance. A light floral blend with subtle hints of jasmine, lily of the valley, lavender and rose, along with a touch of clove.

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

Those looking for the best way to fragrance your home, then you may want to try to create room scenting products with this lovely floral fragrance oil. House scents such as diy dry potpourri or homemade incense can be created with this floral aroma at a rate of 50%. Your recipes for a homemade all purpose cleaner can be scented with no more than 2% of our wisteria fragrance oil.

Also, clients can create aroma beads air fresheners with this floral fragrance. Further, customers can make highly scented candles with this flower fragrance. If you are creating candles with vegetable waxes or paraffin wax, then you are able to use up to 10% scent. Both wow wax and joy wax can successfully include this scent. Also, soy wax candle making is perfect for this aroma. If you would enjoy coloring your wax creations that include this scent, then Natures Garden would suggest that you use either two drops of purple liquid candle dye or a small amount of a shredded purple color block to achieve you desired shade. Create your own candles using one of our wonderful candle making kits.

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

Handmade bath and body products can be created by our customers with this gorgeous floral blend. Bath gels, melt and pour soap bases, bath fizzies, scented lotions, perfumes, and other bath and body recipes can include no more than 2% of this fragrance. Customers make their own lotion with one of our many unscented lotion bases.

Further, our clients create soap from scratch including this aroma very well. Natures Garden’s Cold Process Soap Testing showed the batch had great results. The staff’s soaping results have shown that this scent will cause no ricing and no separation. However, the batch will have acceleration, this issue can be reduced by soaping at room temperature. The final product will have no discoloration. The scent will be strong after the curing process. If you would like to color your homemade bath and body products Natures Garden has suggestions.  Customers using this flowery fragrance oil, we suggest that you include some purple liquid soap dye. Those who color their creations differently should never include any color or form of candle dye.

Regardless of how you choose to use this scent, this floral aroma will retain its beautiful blend in the final creation. Clients looking for creative inspiration, check out our free classes and free craft recipes.