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Aug
11

Strawberry Preserves Fragrance Oil


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Strawberry Preserves Fragrance OIlStrawberry Preserves Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Mmmmm Mmmmm Mmmmm is about the only thing that comes to mind when you first smell this fragrance!  Strawberry Preserves Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is sweet, succulent strawberry scent that shines through in any product you make!  It’s a strong strawberry scent that is reminiscent of fresh, ripe strawberries that have been hand-picked and hand preserved.  Strawberry Preserves Fragrance Oil is a truly delicious-smelling fruit scent.  Now, you’ll be tempted to give it a taste, but we’d highly recommend you do not do that!  But, if you really want to taste some, then we recommend sticking to this strawberry preserves recipe instead!

What Does Strawberry Preserves Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Strawberry Preserves Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is the wonderful aroma of sweet, ripened strawberries with notes of raw sugar cane.  This scent is incredibly true-to-name and is sure to inspire some cravings!

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

Room scenting recipes mixed with Strawberry Preserves Fragrance Oil is a perfect recipe for homemade goodness!  This delicious-smelling scent can be incorporated into incense, potpourri, and reed diffusers at a rate of 50% of your total recipe.  Additionally, this fragrance provides a very strong scent in aroma beads and smelly jelly recipes.

Candles and wax tarts can use this sweet scent at a maximum of 10% with vegetable waxes and paraffin wax.  This fragrance works wonderfully in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and natural soy waxes.  If you want to color your candles, we would recommend using six drops of red liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. Alternatively, you could color your melted wax with small amounts of shredded red color blocks. As always, never use crayons to color your melted wax as they will clog your wick, preventing the candle from burning properly.

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

Create delectably-scented, lush bath and body recipes by using Strawberry Preserves Fragrance Oil.  This fruit scent is perfect for Bath gels, bath bombs, and body scrub recipes, and will perform perfectly when the recommended maximum of 5% fragrance oil is used. Work yourself out of a fragrance jam by adding Strawberry Preserves Fragrance Oil to your collection!  Handcrafted perfumes, body sprays, and lotions will all perform wonderfully when incorporating this fragrance at 5% of your total recipe.  Also, household cleaning supplies can be created using a maximum fragrance usage of 5%.

Also, soap makers can use 5% fragrance oil in both cold process soap recipes and melt and pour soap recipes.  Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results show that soaps made with this fragrance oil performs well! First, there was no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation.  Additionally, our cured soap discolored to a brown/orange color and had a good scent retention!  You can use Vanilla White Color Stabilizer to help lessen the discoloration.  However, we do suggest testing since discoloration can be caused by a variety of ingredients in fragrance oils.  Next, if you wish to color your bath and body products, we would recommend using red soap colorant in the amount that satisfies you.  As always, do not use candle dyes in your bath and body products.

 

Strawberry Preserves Fragrance Oil RecipeLastly, are you looking for a unique way to use this Strawberry Preserves Fragrance Oil?  Check out our free recipe for Neapolitan Cupcake Soaps!  Also, let us know how they turn out by taking a photo of them, and Tweeting it to us @ngscents on Twitter, or posting the photo to Instagram and tagging @ngscents.  Have fun!