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31

What are the ingredients for soap making?


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What are the ingredients for soap making?What are the ingredients for soap making?

Here at Natures Garden, we are often asked, “What are the ingredients for soap making?”.  We know it can be overwhelming at first.  Whether you have never made soap before or transitioning from creating melt and pour soap to taking on cold process soap.  Anything new can be a challenge at first and we are here to help you along the way.  Below, we will go through what ingredients and supplies are needed for each type of soap

What are the ingredients for soap making?: Melt and Pour Soap

First, we will talk about melt and pour soap.  This is a basic soap making method.  When using melt and pour soap, the saponification process is already done for you.  Natures Garden carries two pound slabs in several varieties.  Each slab is easy to cut and easy to use.

Melt and Pour Soap: Types of Melt and Pour Soap Bases

Goat’s Milk
Yogurt
Cocoa Butter
Oatmeal
Soya Milk
Shea Butter
Hemp Oil
Honey
Mango
Diamond Clear
SLS Free Clear Glycerin

Melt and Pour Soap: Melting the Soap

So, melt and pour soap, or mp soap will first need to be cut.  We cut the soap into small pieces prior to adding it to a bowl and melting it.  This will allow the soap to melt evenly.  Melt and pour soap can be melted in a microwave oven or in a double boiler.  So, you will need to either have a microwave or a double boiler to make melt and pour soap.  You will also need a cutting board, knife, and at least one mixing bowl.  Once melted, it is ready to be scented and colored.

Melt and Pour Soap: Adding Color

While you can simply melt the soap and pour it into a mold, many choose to add color.  There are a few ways you can color your handmade soap.  Which colorant you choose is a personal choice.  Once your soap is melted, you simply add the color and stir.  Read below for more information on a couple of the types of colorants that you can use.

Adding Color: FUN Soap Colorants

First, Natures Garden’s FUN Soap Colorants can be used.  These colorants are pigments dispersed in vegetable glycerin.  These colorants will give you a nice vibrant color in both clear soap bases and white soap bases.

Adding Color: Da Bomb Soap Dyes

Next, we will take a closer look at the Da Bomb Soap Dyes.  These handmade soap dyes are water based.  These soap colorants work wonderfully in melt and pour soap.  In a white base, they will give you a nice pastel-like color.  However, in a clear base, they are true to color and very bright.

Melt and Pour Soap: Scenting the Soap

You have a couple of options when scenting your soap.  The first choice is whether or not to scent your soap.  You can leave it unscented if you would like.  Although, you can also add a wonderful aroma to the soap.  This aroma can either come in the form of body safe fragrance oil or body safe essential oil.  Either way, you choose to go, the scent simply can be added to the melted soap and mixed right in.  You will find more details on scenting options below.

Scenting the Soap: Essential Oils

Essential oils are natural oils that are plant based.  Natures Garden carries pure essential oils that pure and unadulterated.  They are not diluted in any way.  This option is a perfect addition to your handmade soaps.  While essential oils will be single note scents, you can always create your own blend by mixing them together.  This will make the scent a little more complex.

Melt and Pour Soap: Choosing a mold

Once you have melted, scented and colored your soap, you will simply need to pour it into the mold and allow it to setup.  It is just that simple.  Let’s look at some of your mold options in a little more detail.

Choosing a Mold: Embed Molds

Embed molds will be smaller molds just like the molds that you would use when making chocolate candies.  They are the perfect size for creating guest soaps.  They are also the perfect size to use for embeds or even to top a soap loaf.

Choosing a Mold: Silicone Molds

Silicone molds are really easy to work with.  Since they are super flexible, removing the soap from the mold is a breeze.  They are durable and withstand high heat.

Choosing a Mold: Mold Market Molds

Natures Garden also carries Mold Market Molds.  These molds are made of a heavy duty plastic.  So, they will hold up pretty well.  They come in a variety of shapes and sizes and will help you create some unique handmade soap.

Melt and Pour Soap: Additional Options

When it comes to melt and pour soap, we have technically answered the question, “What are the ingredients for soap making?”.  However, there are a few additional options that you may like to know about.

First, let’s talk about rubbing alcohol.  This can be a melt and pour soap maker’s best friend.  Rubbing alcohol can be sprayed on melt and pour soap to release air bubbles once it is poured into the mold.  It can also be sprayed in between layers of soap to help them adhere to each other.

Next, herbs and clays can be added to soap.  These can be powdered or cut.  While herbs will oxidize over time, each herb will bring a different benefit to your soap.  The powdered herbs can be mixed with vegetable glycerin before being added to your soap.  Many will often use the powdered herbs or clays not only for the benefits of the powder but also as a natural colorant.  The cut herbs are often used not only for the benefits the herbs possess, but also for exfoliation or to add decorative touches.

What are the ingredients for soap making?: Cold Process Soap

Cold process soap is a method in which you are starting completely from scratch.  If you are new to making soap from scratch, you will want to read our soap making safety class.  This will walk you through the basics, as well as safety precautions.   You will also want to read over our beginner’s soap making class, Cold Process Soap Class 101.  You always want to wear safety gear and have vinegar close by when making soap from scratch.  So, now that you have read about soap making safety and read our soap making 101 class, let’s look at the ingredients and supplies needed.

Cold Process Soap: Supplies

While there are several ingredients needed for cold process soap making, you will also need supplies and safety gear.  So, below, is a list of supplies you will need for cold process soap making.  However, you want these supplies to be dedicated only to soap making.  You never want to use any of these supplies to come into contact with your food once they have been used for soap making.

Safety Gloves
Plastic Safety Goggles
Digital Scale
Stick Blender
Stainless Steel Stock Pot or Bowl
Small container or bowl to mix colorants
Long handled plastic spoon or spatula
Mixing bowls (dishwasher safe so you know it withstands heat)
A kitchen thermometer
Freezer Paper (used to line molds and protect your work surface)
Paper towels (to clean up small spills)
Bottle of Vinegar (used in case of lye or raw soap coming in contact with skin)
Soap Mold

Cold Process Soap: Ingredients

Next, let’s talk about the actual ingredients used for cold process soap making.  Cold process soap is created using lye, water, and a combination of oils.  However, it really isn’t as simple as throwing it all together and hoping for the best.  First, you will prepare a lye solution.  Separately, you will prepare your oils.  Then, wait for them to come to the correct temperature before combining them.  Finally, you will begin pouring the batter into a mold.  Once it has setup up, after 24-48 hours, it can be removed from the mold.  It is then allowed to cure before using. Let’s look a little closer at each of these below, as each phase has to be done in a certain manner.

Ingredients: Lye Solution

In order to create a lye solution, there are two ingredients you will need.  You will need distilled water and lye.  Lye is also known as sodium hydroxide.  The water is first weighed out.  Then, the weighed our lye is added to the water.  It is important that the water is never added to the lye.  You always want to add the lye to the water.  If you do it the other way around, it can create a volcanic effect.  The lye is added slowly, stirring as it is added.  Then, the lye solution is set aside so that it can cool.

Ingredients: Soaping Oils

Next, you will need soaping oils.  However, the combination of oils you use is extremely important.  Each oil will saponify a certain amount of lye.  If you use the wrong combination of oils, you could end up with a lye heavy bar of soap.  So, before creating your soap and choosing your oils, you will need to determine your recipe.  You can use one of Natures Garden’s soap making recipes, or create your own.  However, if you choose to create your own, make sure you run the recipe through a soap calculator to make sure that the recipe will work.  We recommend using soapcalc.  You should know that some oils will create a harder bar, others softer.  In addition, some oils will slow trace, others will speed up trace.

Once you choose and weigh out your oils, you melt them and allow them to cool a bit.  You can melt the oils using a double boiler.  We recommend allowing both your lye solution and soap oils to come to around 100 degrees Fahrenheit before combining them.

Ingredients: Scenting the Soap

You can also choose to scent your soap with either a body safe fragrance oils or essential oil.  However, the scent you choose can affect your soap batter.  So, we have created videos to show you exactly how each of Natures Garden’s fragrance oils will perform in cold process soap.  In addition, you can find our most popular cp soap scents here.  You can also use essential oils in your soap.

Ingredients: Coloring the Soap

When it comes to coloring your soap, we recommend using the FUN Soap Colorants.  These colorants will come through beautifully in cold process soap.  We have also created videos showing you the range of shades you can get with the FUN Soap Colorants.  While we talked about the Da Bomb Soap Dyes for melt and pour soap, we don’t recommend them for cp soap.  While, yes, they are safe to use in any type of soap, they will morph, or change color during the saponification process.  During saponification, the cp soap batter reaches high temperatures and the Da Bomb Dyes will not stay true to color.

Ingredients: Choosing a Mold

You have a few options when it comes to a soap mold.  I like silicone molds.  They are easy to work with and hold up extremely well to the high temperatures of the saponification process.  Also, the soap comes out of the molds very easily.  However, you can also use a wooden mold.  In addition, some heavier plastic molds will work.  Although this isn’t true of all plastic molds, they must be able to withstand the high temperatures.

What are the ingredients for soap making?: Hot Process Soap

The last method we will talk about is hot process soap, also known as hp soap.  This method is also done from scratch.  The same safety precautions taken when making cold process soap should be taken when creating hp soap.  So, make sure you read both the cold process 101 class and the safety precautions I linked to above in the cold process section.

So, what is the difference?  Hot process soap can be created using a crockpot.  Of course, this would need to be a crockpot used only for soapmaking, not food once it used for soap.  Crockpot soap will not have as long of a cure time as cold process soap.  This is because the heat from the crockpot speeds up the saponification process.  However, the same recipes, fragrance oils, molds, and colorants can be used.

What are the ingredients for soap making?:  Additional Ingredients

There are a few ingredients that can be used in any type of soap.  First, Vanilla White Color Stabilizer.  This ingredient will lessen the discoloration that can be caused by vanillin that is in some fragrance oils.  Sodium lactate is often used in various soap making methods as well.  It is a natural moisturizer that will help harden the soap.  Sodium lactate is used in both cold process and hot process soap.  We also talked earlier about herbs and clay in melt and pour soap.  They can also be used when making soap from scratch.

Jul
26

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils


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Popular Coffee Fragrance OilsPopular Coffee Fragrance Oils

Check out some of the most Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils from Natures Garden! These various cafe scents are all delicious coffee aromas. But, they are each a bit different because not everybody takes their coffee the same way. So, check out all of our amazing fragrance oils and find your favorites!

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Fresh Brewed Coffee- WORLDS BEST Fragrance OilPopular Coffee Fragrance Oils Fresh Brewed Coffee- Worlds Best Fragrance Oil

After searching for 10 years for a fresh brewed coffee that did not have a heavy chocolate base note, we have finally found the perfect scent. Introducing the World’s Best Fresh Brewed Coffee from Natures Garden! This perfect coffee fragrance has wonderful effervescent coffee top notes, and incredible scent throw! This fragrance is so strong that you may even want to cut back on the amount you use in your applications. Please don’t judge this fragrance oil out of the bottle. It is simply incredible and true in products!

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils  Worlds Best Soap

Our amazing coffee aroma is perfect for creating handmade coffee soap.  The fragrance oil leaves a light scent in cured soap, but it smells like true black coffee! Further, the cp soap performs wonderfully with this scented oil. There is no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.

 

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Worlds Best Candle

Since this fragrance oil possesses a pure coffee aroma, I would suggest using a dark brown colored candle. The scent and candle color are perfectly paired when you add in five drops of brown liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded brown color block per four pounds of wax.

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Worlds Best LotionOur Frappe Mocha Body Cream Recipe is an easy homemade lotion recipe that includes this fragrance oil. This coffee scented lotion smells amazing with this realistic fragrance, a touch of Chocolate Fudge Fragrance Oil, and real coffee! Plus, the oils and butters will take care of your skin. So, you will smell fantastic and your skin will feel softer.

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Worlds Best SoapNext, you could try out the Coffee Melt and Pour Soap Recipe. This recipe easy adds coffee to soap! This homemade soap recipe has light exfoliating coffee ground suspended all the way through your bars. Plus, melt and pour soap is easy to work with. So, you can have a creative bar of coffee soap in no time at all!

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Fresh Brewed Coffee- ORIGINAL Fragrance OilPopular Coffee Fragrance Oils Fresh Brewed Coffee- ORIGINAL Fragrance Oil

The Original Fresh Brewed Coffee Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of strong black fresh brewed Arabica coffee beans. This fragrant oil is our original fresh brewed coffee fragrance. Coffee fragrances do have base notes of vanilla in them, which may smell somewhat like chocolate. While we have a fragrance that smells similar, just without this sweeter note, this fragrance oil is just too good to lose! So, we have everybody’s favorite brew. Plus, this aroma is one of our Best Selling Scents!

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Fresh Brewed Coffee Soap

Making cold process soap is even more fun with this delightful coffee fragrance oil! This fragrance’s aroma is light in the finished bars, but the nice coffee scent still shines through. Plus, the soap has no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. It is another great coffee scent for soap!

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Fresh Brewed Coffee CandleOf course, this delicious coffee aroma would be perfect for making scented candles. Further, this scent would pair nicely with dark brown candles. So, add five drops of brown liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded brown color block per four pounds of wax.

 

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Fresh Brewed Coffee Bath BombAlso, you can try out our Freshly Ground Coffee Bath Bombs Recipe, which is a perfect coffee bath recipe! This bath bomb uses real coffee ground in a typical kind Natures Garden bath bomb recipe, which is fizzy and moisturizing.  But, the caffeine in this recipe adds an extra skin care boost. Among other things, caffeine is said to tighten skin and soothe inflammation in the skin.

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Mountain Hazelnut Cafe Fragrance OilPopular Coffee Fragrance Oils Mountain Hazelnut Cafe Fragrance Oil

Also, we have the scrumptious Mountain Hazelnut Cafe Fragrance Oil! This fragrance oil by Natures Garden has a rich roasted hazelnut aroma with buttery accents that compliment this roasted coffee blend. Also, this scent has sweet undertones of brown sugar that create a caramelized effect for the beverage sensation. Further, this scent is an NG Original Fragrance!

 

 Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Mountain Hazelnut Cafe Soap

Also, you can include this scent in your homemade scent soaps. While this scent is light in cured soap, it is a really lovely fragrance in these soaps. Further, this batch has no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Mountain Hazelnut Cafe Candle

Plus, you can use this coffee scent in your scented candle creations. This fragrance would pair well with a light coffee colored candle. So, use three drops of brown, a drop orange, and a drop of yellow liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax. Alternatively, you can get this with an ample amount of a brown, orange, and yellow color blocks shredded into your melted wax.

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cinnanut Columbian Cafe Fragrance OilPopular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cinnanut Columbian Cafe Fragrance Oil

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden has the rich tones of a fresh roasted Colombian coffee that is perfectly balanced with warm cinnamon to create an amazingly delicious blend. Further, this delicious scent has notes of Buttery roasted Brazil nuts and rich maple add texture to the gourmand delight.  So, this scent has been perfectly named the Cinnanut Columbian Cafe Fragrance Oil! The scrumptious notes of this scent blend perfectly to create this coffee scent. Plus, this scent is a Natures Garden Original Fragrance!

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cinnanut Columbian Cafe Soap

Also, you can use this cafe scent to create a deliciously scented soap.  The aroma has a good retention in soap. Plus, the soap works well with this fragrance oil. There is no acceleration, no separation, and no ricing.

 

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cinnanut Columbian Cafe Candle

If you’d like to have this fragrance oil in your wax room scenting recipe, then we’d recommend using four drops of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a brown color block into your melted wax. This will give you a nice coffee color for your candles or wax melts!

 

The Cinnanut Coffee Soap Recipe is a super fun soap recipe that you just have to try! This melt and pour soap recipe looks just like the layers of a cappuccino. Plus, the soap is topped with fluffy milk foam, spice, and a cinnamon stick. But, the cinnamon sticks were made from soap, too! You do not want to pass up on this creative and well scented bar of soap!

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils French Vanilla Coffee Fragrance OilPopular Coffee Fragrance Oils French Vanilla Coffee Fragrance Oil

Next, we have a more sweet coffee aroma that is a delicious cafe scent. The French Vanilla Coffee Fragrance Oil by Natures Garden is a sugary, vanilla aroma with just the right amount of fresh brewed coffee. This blend is a perfect scent for coffee lovers that what a little bit of some sweet vanilla!  Whether you decide to add this aroma to your homemade room scents or your DIY bath and body creations this scent will not disappoint!

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils French Vanilla Coffee Soap

If you use this scent in your cp soap recipes, then get ready for some fabulous coffee scented soap!  Since this sweet cafe scent remains subtle and nice in soap, the aroma is not too overpowering for soap. Plus, there is no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.

 

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils French Vanilla Coffee Candle

Also, we would recommend creating a creamy light brown color for a candle that uses this scent. This would better match the delicious vanilla and coffee blend. So, use two drops of brown liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded brown color block per four pounds of wax.

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cafe Caramel Fragrance OilPopular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cafe Caramel Fragrance Oil

Next, we have the decadent Cafe Caramel Fragrance Oil! This delicious fragrance oil by Natures Garden is the aroma of a fresh-brewed cappuccino that is filled with heavy cream and is sweetened with the addition of sugary caramel. This delicious blend of coffee and sugary goodness is perfect for your handmade products! Not only is this scent one of our unique NG Original Fragrance Oils, but it is a Best Selling Scent, too!

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cafe Caramel Soap

This tasty caramel coffee scent is perfect for homemade soap-making! First of all, this deliciously scented fragrance oil will have a good scent in the finished soap. Plus, the bars will have a nice performance with no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.

 

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cafe Caramel Candle

This yummy caramel coffee beverage scent would work perfectly in a caramel colored candle!  Therefore, we would recommend using two drops of brown liquid candle dye along with a tiny bit of orange liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a brown color block and an orange color block into your melted wax.

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cafe Caramel ScrubFurthermore, you can create the amazing Toffee Crunch Latte Foaming Sugar Scrub Recipe! This sugar scrub recipe is a lovely sugar scrub recipe that perfectly resembles a delicious coffee drink!  This layered scrub is even complete with the whipped cream topping! Not only does this homemade coffee scrub smell and look amazing, but this scrub will really take care of your skin!

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cafe Mocha Fragrance OilPopular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil

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

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil Soap

You can use this delicious chocolatey scent to create some lovely homemade soaps. The fragrance oil performs fairly well with no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation.  While there is discoloration, it pairs perfectly with the fragrance oil’s aroma. This scent remains a wonderful cafe aroma of coffee and chocolate that is hard to pass up.

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cafe Mocha Fragrance Oil Candle

Also, you can use this fragrance oil in your own scented candles! Your cafe mocha scented candles would be perfect in a dark brown color. This means that you will need to use either four drops of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or an ample amount of a shredded brown color block in your melted wax to get this perfect chocolate hue.

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cafe Mocha ScrubAlso, you can include this scrumptious scent in the Coffee Butter Scrub Recipe! This scrub recipe uses real coffee grounds to provide some light exfoliation. Plus, the recipe uses moisturizing oils and butters to further take care of the skin. So, this buttery scrub will leave your skin soft, exfoliated, and smelling fantastic.

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cappuccino Fragrance OilPopular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cappuccino Fragrance Oil

Next, we have the delicious Cappuccino Fragrance Oil! This amazing caffeinated beverage scent is perfect for creating homemade products for your home or your bath. This fragrance oil by Natures Garden has a rich fresh brewed coffee scent that is strong that is followed with notes of heavy cream and sugar. Together this scent makes a perfect coffee aroma!

 

 

Also, this lovely fragrance oil is perfect for making cold process soap! The aroma retains a good scent in the cured soaps and has a nice performance. There is no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. Plus, the discoloration makes the bar look about the same color as a real cappuccino!

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Cappuccino Fragrance Oil Candle

Further, you can include this scrumptious aroma in some homemade candles. We would suggest that you use five drops of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred a small amount of a brown color block into your melted wax. This will help you achieve a nice, dark coffee color!

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Hazelnut Coffee Fragrance OilPopular Coffee Fragrance Oils Hazelnut Coffee Fragrance Oil

Our Hazelnut Coffee Fragrance Oil is another great coffee scent that you can try out! This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is an aroma of freshly brewed Arabica coffee beans that are perfectly mixed with creamy vanilla and a base note of nutty hazelnuts. This blend is an amazing mix that smells absolutely delicious!

 

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Hazelnut Coffee Soap

You can include this cafe scent in your handmade soaps. First, there is no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. Not only is the performance great, but the scent is good, too. This fragrance is definitely a good one for soap-making!

 

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Hazelnut Coffee Candle

Also, you can use this scrumptious scent in your scented candles! Along with this delicious fragrance oil use five drops of brown liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded brown color block per four pounds of wax.

 

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Snickerdoodle Latte Fragrance OilPopular Coffee Fragrance Oils Snickerdoodle Latte Fragrance Oil

Further, you can include the scrumptious Snickerdoodle Latte Fragrance Oil in your products. This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a rich roasted Columbian coffee that is blended with spices and hints of toasted nut in this beverage sensation. Plus, this scent has a base of vanilla butter cream add tempting sweetness to the blend. Also, this is an NG Original Fragrance Oil!

 

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Snickerdoodle Latte Soap

One great way to use this scent is homemade soaps! This scent has no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation in soap. Plus, the scent will be good in your finished products.

 

 

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Snickerdoodle Latte Candle

Also, you can use this fragrance oil in your scented candle. This scent would be perfect with this creamy coffee candle color. This candle would use two drops of brown liquid candle dye per four pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a brown color block into your melted wax.

 

Popular Coffee Fragrance Oils Jamaican Vanilla Cafe Fragrance OilPopular Coffee Fragrance Oils Jamaican Vanilla Cafe Fragrance Oil

Finally, we have the amazing Jamaican Vanilla Cafe Fragrance Oil! This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a harmony of rich roasted Jamaican coffee and sweet vanilla beans making this scent a delightful temptation. Plus, this scent is an NG Original Scent.

 

 

 

Further, you can use this scent in homemade soap. There is no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and the fragrance leaves a good scent in the finished soaps. So, you will be able to create this amazing  Jamaican Vanilla Cafe scented soap!

Also, you can create a perfect candle color for this fragrance oil with a small amount of brown and yellow liquid candle dyes per four pounds of wax or shred an ample amount of a brown and yellow color blocks into your melted wax.

 

Aug
08

Mojito Fragrance Oil


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Mojito Fragrance OilMojito Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Mojito Fragrance Oil is an alcoholic scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a bubbly blend of lime, sugar, mint, and rum that creates a perfect and fresh alcoholic scent. It is no wonder why this scent is one of our best selling fragrance oils. Our customer agree, this mojito scent smells just like a mojito beverage should. One candle maker has said, “Another great scent from NG. Smells just like a mojito. Worked well in candles 464 soy wax.”

What Does Mojito Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

New and Improved Mojito fragrance oil by Natures Garden!  We read your reviews, and had a master perfumist create a better mojito fragrance for you.  Our mojito fragrance has strong top notes of juicy lime and sugar; balanced with mint leaves and rum. During test burns, this fragrance filled the entire test room in less than fifteen minutes.  A Best Seller!

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

Our customers can create a plethora of marvelous bath and body recipes made with Mojito fragrance oil. Homemade bath fizzies, scented lotion and cream recipes, and even diy massage oils are just a few products that can be created. If you are looking for a simple way to create these types of products try one of our unscented bases.  Keep in mind these types of body products can use up to 5% of this beverage scent.

Also, this sweet scent can be used to make various kinds of soaps. Our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have shown this fragrance oil to be fantastic for this method of soap making. A batch that contains this fragrance oil will have no acceleration, no ricing, and no separation. The final soap products will have a very strong scent after curing and the bars will discolor to a slight beige color. You can also utilize this strong lime fragrance oil in hot process soap and melt & pour soap bases. If you are unsure what to color bath and body products using this scent, then we would like to suggest using some green soap colorant in your preferred amount to achieve your favorite shade.

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

Our customers can use this mojito fragrance oil to create homemade room scenting recipes. Room scenting products like potpourri and scented incense can include up to 50% of this fragrance oil. Any scented homemade cleaning product can be created as well using no more than 5% of this citrus fragrance oil. Also, aroma beads will have a nice and strong scent for this fragrance oil. You can also use Smelly Jelly Crystals for a great inexpensive way to scent a small room.

Finally, scented candles can include up to 10% of this amazing mojito scent. Not only will both our joy wax and wow wax perform perfectly for this fragrance oil, but soy wax products will retain a nice and strong scent for our Mojito Fragrance Oil as well. You can also use our Pillar of Bliss Wax to create wonderful pillars or wax melts. While this scent has been known to be gel wax compatible, it is still the customers responsibility to test each of their purchased fragrance oils. If you have yet to decide which color to use for your candle with this lime fragrance oil, then we’d suggest using one drop of green liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded green color block in the amounts that you would like per four pounds of wax.