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Dec
17

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners


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15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners

We at Natures Garden have 15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners. These various soap making classes are perfect for beginning soap makers. These soap classes will help beginners gain knowledge about different types of soap making and learn how to make homemade soap. So, you will be able to learn everything that you need to know about soap making. Of course, these classes vary from important safety tips to specific advice for making both cold process soap and melt and pour soap. This will provide you with all of the information that you will need to create gorgeous homemade soap!

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making Safety15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making Safety

Before you begin learning how to create homemade soap, you need to make sure that you know all about important soap safety. Learning about how to be safe during this process is especially important for making cold process soap. While you need to careful with lye when making cold process soap, there are some things that you can do to keep yourself safe when making melt and pour soap. So, any of our beginning soap makers should take a look at the Soap Making Safety class. So, you can use this class to make sure that they know how to stay safe as they learn how to make soap.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making: Where Do I Start15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making: Where Do I Start

If you have never made your own soap, then you will benefit from the information in our class called Soap Making: Where Do I Start. This soap making class will break down the four different types of soap making methods. First, our beginning soap makers will learn all about the cold process soap method. This will allow you to combine water, lye, and cosmetic oils to create a perfect soap with the best soap properties.

Also, you can learn about the benefits and process of melt and pour soap. If you enjoy the benefits of cold process soap, then you may be interested in making soap from scratch with a shorter cure time. So, you may enjoy learning about either hot process soap or oven process soap. This way new soap makers can learn how to make these different soap making methods. Whether you find out that you enjoy one type of soap or you want to create all types of soap, you can determine which particular methods that you would like to try to create!

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Melt and Pour Soap Information15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Melt and Pour Soap Information

If you are interested in creating melt and pour soap for the first time, then you may benefit from checking out our Melt and Pour Soap Information. First, the soap making class will share with you various cosmetic ingredients and additives that you can use to make a fantastic batch of melt and pour soap. Also, this class on soap making will explain the process of making a batch of melt and pour soap, which includes picking out the perfect mp soap base. Plus, this soap class shares additives like cosmetic oils and herbs that will improve the bar of soap. Further, this soap making class will share with you various tips and tricks for making sure that your finished soap turns out conditioning for the skin and beautiful!

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Easy Directions for Making Melt and Pour Soap15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Easy Directions for Making Melt and Pour Soap

One of the easiest ways to make homemade soap is to use a melt and pour soap base! This will allow you to create scented soap at home without formulating your own recipe. So, you can do all the fun parts of soaping, like adding scents, wonderful colorants, and using great soap molds. If you are curious about learning how to make fun melt and pour soap, then check out a class on our Easy Directions for Making Melt and Pour Soap! This soap making class will go over all of the advice for making soap with a great mp soap base.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Common Soap Making Questions15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Common Soap Making Questions

Anyone that wants to get into cold process soap making may find that there are some unfamiliar terms. This can be confusing for beginning craft makers. So, we have created a list of important soap terms that you may come across as a beginning soap maker. Whether you want to know what trace or rebatch means, you can find out ll about these terms and much more! If you have any questions about a confusing term, then check out our class on Common Soap Making Questions.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making Terminology15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making Terminology

As you begin to get more into soap making, you may find that some instructions and recipes have some unfamiliar terms. If you ever come across a new word that seems specific to soap making, then the class on Soap Making Terminology will be very useful. This soap making class defines all kinds of soap terms and abbreviations that are related to the process of making soap from scratch. So, this is a soap class that will be extremely useful for beginning soap makers.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Cold Process Soap Class 10115 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Cold Process Soap Class 101

There are all kinds of benefits for making soap from scratch. However, there are some things that you should know before you gather all your soap making supplies. Not only do you need to determine which cosmetic oils you want to use, but you will want to determine the proportions as well. Plus, you will want to figure out which fragrance oils would be best for making cp soap. If you are a bit overwhelmed with all of these options, we have a basic soap making recipe that is perfect for beginning soap makers in our Cold Process Soap Class 101. Not only will you find an easy to follow recipe, but this helpful guide will help you with all the other important choices for soaping. So, there are all kinds of great tips you can benefit from in this soap class!

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Fragrances Tested in CP Soap Results

Another important decision that you will need to make for creating your soaps is the fragrance oil. Not only do you need to pick your favorite scents, but you need to find a scent that works well in soap making. If you want to make sure that the fragrance you want to use is good for soaping, then check out our class on Fragrances Tested in CP Soap Results. This list of fragrances will provide you with details about how the scent will perform in your cp soap.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Making Your Own Soap Recipe15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Making Your Own Soap Recipe

This soap making class will help you calculate the amounts and types of conditioning oils for your own soap recipe. Of course, there is a nice website that you can use that will help you through the process of formulating your own soap recipe. So, you can choose your oils and cosmetic ingredients to create a bar of soap with all the best properties. Further, our soap making class will walk you through the various sections of the soap calculator. So, our class on Making Your Own Soap Recipe would be a great place for beginning soap makers to start learning how to formulate your own cp soap.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making - Finding the Perfect Recipe15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Making – Finding the Perfect Recipe

All of the cosmetic ingredients that you will need for making homemade soaps will have different properties that you can benefit from. Plus, the different cosmetic oils will each have unique properties and different skin benefits. If you are interested in finding, then you may be interested in checking out our soap class on Soap Making- Finding the Perfect Recipe. With your new knowledge of the properties of each cosmetic oil, you can create a bar with all the soap properties you would want in a bar of soap.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soaping Oil Properties15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soaping Oil Properties

When you are creating your homemade soap recipes, it can be useful to know about the different properties that cosmetic oils can have for your soap recipes. In order to make a great soap recipe, you will want to combine cosmetic oils to create a nice balance between hardness, cleansing, conditioning, bubbly lather, and creamy. If you are interested in learning about the specific properties of soap making oils, then you may want to check out our class on Soaping Oil Properties.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Essential Oils Class15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Essential Oils Class

Not only can you use fragrance oils to scent your soap, but you can use essential oils as well! If you want to learn more about how to scent soap with essential oils, then check out our Essential Oils Class. Not only does this soap making class share which oils are body safe and other advice, but the class goes into the detail of how essential oils are created.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Exfoliant Class15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Exfoliant Class

There are all kinds of great soap making ingredients that you can use to make fantastic herbal soap bars. You can make fantastic soaps using cosmetic herbs. These great soap additives will add beneficial properties to your scented soap recipe. There are all kinds of reasons why you would add herbs to your cosmetic recipes. Some of our cosmetic herbs can be used to exfoliate the dead skin from your body. In our Exfoliant Class, we will share with you all kinds of cosmetic ingredients that can be used to create an exfoliating batch of soap. So, you will have a soap recipe that will exfoliate dead skin cells and grime as you clean your skin.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Coloring Class15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Soap Coloring Class

Another fun soap making ingredient that you can use to make gorgeous soap is cosmetic colorants. First, you can use natural colorants to add some color to your soap bars. In fact, there are some cosmetic herbs that are pigmented and will provide your soap with beautiful hues. Also, you can use soap making colorants to create some bold colored soap. Further, you can use some of our mica dust powder to create a glittery, beautiful bar of soap. If you are curious about what you can use to create colorful soaps, then take a look at your options in our class on Soap Coloring Class.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: The History of Soap Making15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: The History of Soap Making

Homemade soap has been made by human civilizations for thousands of years. Although the purpose of soap is always to clean the body, the ways people make their soap has changed throughout time. There were quite a few methods for soap making and they had to go through quite a bit of trial and error to refine the process over the years. If you are interested in learning more about the ways that soap has been made in the past, then check out our soap making class on The History of Soap Making.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Homemade Gift Ideas

One great reason for you to create homemade soap is to give as gifts to your loved ones. Of course, making homemade soap from scratch is a fantastic idea for creating gifts for the holidays. Not only do we at Natures Garden believe that scented soap is a fantastic gift idea, but the organized mom blog talks about how great a gift soap is in their DIY Gift Ideas: Why homemade soap is the perfect gift article.

15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Reach Out to Us15 Soap Making Classes for Beginners: Reach Out to Us

If you have any more questions about soap making, then you can feel free to reach out to us at Natures Garden! You can reach out to us in the store, on the phone, and online. An easy way to reach out to us online is through social media. You can find us on our Facebook page, Also, you can use the handle @ngscents to find us on Twitter and Instagram. So, we hope to hear from you soon and we wish you the best with your soap making!

Apr
30

Plumeria Candle Recipe


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Plumeria Candle RecipePlumeria Candle Recipe

If you are looking for some beautiful candle making recipes, then you will definitely want to check out our Plumeria Candle Recipe! This Natures Garden recipe is perfect for creating a gorgeous, floral scented candle that is absolutely gorgeous. Plus, this recipe walks you through creating homemade flower wax embeds for your candles! Together, the floral scent of our Plumeria Fragrance Oil and the flower wax embeds creates a unique recipe that you will absolutely want to try out!

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Ingredients Available From Natures Garden

Joy Wax

Sunflower Wax

Plumeria Fragrance Oil

CD Candle Wicks (100 wicks)

Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye Burgundy

Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye- Purple

Pouring Pot

Thermometer

Silicone Soap Mold (optional)

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Other Ingredients and Supplies

Mixing Spoon

Hot Glue Gun

Stove

Scale

A Pot (for double boiler)

Apothecary Jar

Toothpicks

Paper Bowl and Wax Paper (or Silicone Soap Mold)

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Weights and Amounts

3 ounces of the Joy Wax

30 grams of the Sunflower Wax

3 grams of the Plumeria Fragrance Oil

A tiny bit of the Burgundy Liquid Candle Dye

A Few Drops of the Purple Liquid Candle Dye

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Sanitize and Prepare Your Work Space

Before you begin creating your scented candles, you will want to organize and clean your work space. You can start by making sure you have enough space to work on your candle. Also, you will need to wipe down your work space. Next, you will want to gather your supplies and equipment. If any of your equipment is dirty, then make sure that you wash them before beginning your project. After everything has been cleaned and prepared, you are ready to move on to the next step.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare Double Boiler

For this recipe, you are going to need a double boiler. If you know how to create a double boiler for candlemaking, then move on to your recipe. Otherwise, we can explain to you how it works. Since you will need to use an pouring pot, this will act as the inner portion of your double boiler. The pouring pot will hold your melting wax and will be placed inside the larger pot. The larger pot will hold the heated water. Now that the double boiler has been made, it will be placed on the stove top on medium heat to melt your wax.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Get the Sunflower Wax Ready

First, you will need to use the double boiler to melt the Sunflower Wax. So, weigh out 30 grams of this wax and add it to the double boiler. As the wax melts, you should be mixing every so often. While the double boiler will help prevent scorching, you should keep an eye on it and stir occasionally. After your wax has entirely melted, you will be ready to move on to the next steps for coloring and scenting.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Adding the Candle ColorantPlumeria Candle Recipe: Adding the Candle Colorant

Then, you will be adding some candle colorant to your melted Sunflower Wax. Since we are going to be adding less than a drop of the liquid dye, we will need a toothpick to add this amount. So, take the toothpick and dip it into the purple Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye to your Sunflower Wax. Then, you will need to swirl the dipped toothpick in the melted wax. Make sure that you mix this well to fully incorporate the color.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Scent the Sunflower WaxPlumeria Candle Recipe: Scent the Sunflower Wax

Next, you are going to want to scent your freshly melted wax.  We will be using Plumeria Fragrance Oil, which is perfect for this candle and has a gorgeous floral scent. This fragrance is a sweet, fruity floral aroma that is composed of tropical Plumeria flowers, fresh fruity top notes, on a lovely green bottom. So, take three grams of this delightful candle oil and add it to the melted Sunflower Oil.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Preparing Your Flower Parts

Now,  you are going to start preparing the wax for your flower candle embeds. This wax will need to be a thin layer, which we will use to cut out the flowers. One way you can create this is pouring a small amount into the bottom of a mold, like the square loaf mold. Alternatively, you can line a pan with wax paper and pour a thin layer of wax in this. Either way, you will need to remove the wax at a point where it has set up but still warm.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Cut Out Your Flower PartsPlumeria Candle Recipe: Cut Out Your Flower Parts

Once your thin layers of wax are set up, you will want to cut out your petals and circles. You can use a knife, toothpick, or anything that you have that is pointy and tough enough to cut out your shapes. Also, you will need to have two circles and about twelve or so petals. The exact number of petals you will need depends on their size. Since you will need a couple extra petals on top of the candle, you will want to make a few extra petals. So, the exact number that you need for your flowers isn’t extremely important yet.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Creating the Other Flower PartsPlumeria Candle Recipe: Creating the Other Flower Parts

Now, you are going to need to repeat these previous steps using two different colors. For one of the rounds you will use one drop of purple liquid candle colorant. After these pieces are created, you can move on to the last set of flower parts. The last round will be colored with a tiny amount of the burgundy candle colorant. Again, you can use a toothpick to add this color to your melted Sunflower Wax.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare the Candle JarPlumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare the Candle Jar

Before we start adding the candle wax to the container, you will need to prepare the candle jar. So, heat up your hot glue gun to adhere two of the CD-12 candle wicks to the bottom of your jar. You will want to make sure that they are as straight and even as possible. Otherwise, your finished candle won’t burn evenly and could result in tunneling. Plus, awkwardly placed wicks could ruin the pretty design! So, it would be best to be careful on this step.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare the Purple LayerPlumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare the Purple Layer

Now, we are ready to create the first layer for our scented candle. We will start by weighing 3 ounces of Joy Wax and melting it in the double boiler. Remember to mix the melting wax every so often. Once this is melted we are going to add in the colorant. Put two drops of the purple Spectrum Liquid Candle Dye into the melted wax and stir to fully incorporate the color.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Pouring the Bottom LayerPlumeria Candle Recipe: Pouring the Purple Layer

Next, you are going to scent and pour the purple layer. So, add 0.3 ounces of the Plumeria Fragrance Oil to the melted purple wax and mix to incorporate the scent. After, you are ready to pour this layer into the jar. Once this layer has been carefully poured into the jar you will need to straighten your wicks before the wax sets up. You may want to have something across the top of the jar to steady your wicks.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Adding the Wax Embed Flowers Plumeria Candle Recipe: Adding the Wax Embed Flowers

Now, you are ready to start setting up your embed flowers. So, you are going to begin adhering your flower parts to the jar. Start by pressing one of your circles to the inside of the glass jar. Make sure that you hold the wax circle in place by pressing gently until it has completely adhered. Then, adhere the petals of a different color around the circle in a similar fashion to the picture to the left. You will continue to evenly space out the rest of your flowers around the jar. We had six flowers total, but this amount may vary depending on the size of your petals.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Preparing the White LayerPlumeria Candle Recipe: Preparing the White Layer

Next, you are going to create the white layer for behind your wax flower embeds. So, weigh out 11 ounces of Joy Wax and add it to the apothecary jar. You will need to melt the wax using the double boiler method with occasional mixing. After, you will need to add 1.1 ounces of the Plumeria Fragrance Oil. Before you go to pour in this layer you need to measure the temperature. Otherwise, you could possibly melt and mess up your wax flower embeds! Use a thermometer to determine when your wax has dropped to about 150 F, which is a safe temperature range to pour your white layer. Once it reaches this temperature you can pour in this layer.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Allow the White Layer to Set UpPlumeria Candle Recipe: Allow the White Layer to Set Up

Now that you poured in the white layer into the base of your candle, your creation is nearly complete! Just make sure that both of your wicks are centered. Make sure that you center your wicks before this white layer completely sets up. Then, you just need to wait for this top layer to harden and set up. Once your white layer has set up you can move on to creating the whipped topping.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare the Whipped WaxPlumeria Candle Recipe: Prepare the Whipped Wax

Next, we are going to create the whipped wax topping for this candle. So, weigh out 8 ounces of Joy Wax and put it into the apothecary pot. After the wax has completely melted, you can add 0.8 ounces of the Plumeria Fragrance Oil. After, let your wax begin to set up. Before it completely sets up, you will need to whip the wax. Once the wax is well whipped and before it completely sets up, you can put the wax on top of the base of your candle.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Decorating the Top of the CandlePlumeria Candle Recipe: Decorating the Top of the Candle

Immediately after adding your whipped wax you will want to start adding your extra petals to the top of your candle. This will make sure that your petals stick to the candle and won’t fall off. So, start taking your differently colored petals and placing them on top of the candle. Make sure that you press them lightly into the wax, so they are able to stay in place. Once all your petals have been placed, use a pencil to curl your two candle wicks.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Letting Your Candles Set UpPlumeria Candle Recipe: Letting Your Candles Set Up

Finally, your candles are complete! But, you are going to want to wait a day or two for your candle to cure before using your candle. While it can be tempting to use your candle early, it will be worth the wait and work so much better after letting it cure! Allowing your candle to cure for 24-48 hours will give the wax time to absorb the scent and provide a better scent throw.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: History of Plumeria Plumeria Candle Recipe: History of Plumeria

If you love the aroma of the Plumeria Fragrance Oil, then you may want to learn more about the history of this gorgeous, tropical flower. One interesting fact about these exotic flowers is that their origin was not actually Hawaii. While the gorgeous Plumeria flowers are commonly associated with these exotic islands, these were actually brought to Hawaii from Mexico in the nineteenth century. However, this beautiful flower has been incorporated in many lovely, tropical lands, like Hawaii, the Carribean, Indonesia, and many others! For those that are interested in finding out more, you can learn even more about this flower and others by clicking here to read all about the Plumeria History by Tropical Flowers and Plants.

Plumeria Candle Recipe: Find Us On Social Media

Reaching out to Natures Garden on social media is a quick and easy way to get questions answered, share your creations, or see what we are up to. Not only would we love to see what you have created with our products, but we are often creating new and exciting craft recipes. So, there is always a great reason to find us online. You can find us on the Natures Garden Facebook page. Also, we are available on both Twitter and Instagram with @ngscents. We hope to hear from you soon!

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.

 

Jul
27

Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil


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Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance OilLemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil is a refreshing and sweet scent by Natures Garden. Our customers give this scented oil five stars, adoring its strong scent in handmade soap and scented candles.  One reviewer states, “I ordered this with high hopes that it would smell amazing, and it exceeded my expectations. What a delicious, mouthwatering scent. Used it in your container palm wax with a wooden wick and a little kelly green color, looked and smelled AMAZING, both hot and cold throw.”

What Does Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This refreshing and uplifting fragrance oil by Natures Garden begins with top notes of fresh lemon pulp, orange rinds and tropical kiwi; middle notes of eucalyptus, cassis, green tea, and bamboo; well-rounded with base notes of cedarwood and vanilla. An NG Original!

Top Notes:  Lemon, Lemongrass, Juicy Apple, Kiwi, orange zest, kiwi
Mid Notes:  Bamboo Leaves, Island Gardenia, Hyacinth, cassis, eucalyptus, green tea
Base Notes:  Melon Blossom, Water Lily, Musk, cedar, vanilla

How Do Our Customers Use Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil in Bath and Body Recipes?

Our customers that enjoy creating bath and body products can use this complex fruity fragrance oil in many of their recipes. Shower gel, bubble bath recipes, soaps, lotions, and many other recipes can be scented using no more than 5% of this scent. Also, create lemongrass kiwi perfumed body oil with a fragrance oil concentration up to 5%.

Further, this refreshing fragrance oil can be added to different recipes used for making soap. For example, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have revealed that this fragrance oil is absolutely perfect for this method of creating soap. Not only does this scent provide a perfect pour in soap, but the batch has so many other great qualities, too. A batch containing this scent will have no ricing, no acceleration and no separation. The final product will have a very strong scent retention after cure and the bar will not have any discoloration. If you want to add color to your bath and body creations, then we suggest using yellow and green soap colorants in the amounts that satisfy you. Just remember to never use candle dye in any body products.

How Do Our Customers Use Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis Fragrance Oil in Room Scenting Recipes?

Our customers can create their very own Lemongrass Kiwi Cassis fragranced room scenting products. This lemon grass scented oil be used for homemade incense and potpourri using up to 50% fragrance. Also, any homemade cleaning products can be created with a maximum of 5% for this fragrance oil in their recipe. Additionally, this fragrance oil will retain a nice and strong scent in smelly jelly jars or aroma beads.

More, this uplifting fragrance oil is a great scent for creating handcrafted candle products. Any candle creation that is going to be made with either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax can include up to 10% of this scent in their recipe. Also, joy wax and wow wax will both perform perfectly for this fragrance oil and the scent will remain nice and strong in candle products that are made from soy wax. If you want to add color to your candle products, then we suggest using either three drops of yellow liquid candle dye with one drop of green liquid candle dye or a small amount of a shredded yellow and green color blocks per four pounds of wax. Remember to never use crayons as a substitute for coloring your candles as they will clog your wick.

Jul
26

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.