Aug
29

Vetiver Fragrance Oil


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Vetiver Fragrance OilVetiver Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Vetiver Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a distinct blend of vetiver with other spicy, slightly masculine notes.  Did you know vetiver is used in nearly 90% of western perfume recipes? This scent is a strong choice for those looking to mix their own distinct room scents, colognes, body washes, and more!  The scent of this fragrance aligns with the spicy, earthy aromas of many incenses.  One customer of ours gave this fragrance a 5-star rating along with writing “If you’re a fan of resinous, incensey and woody fragrances then this is for you. Different layers without smelling fake. Great throw in paraffin jar candles and soy blend wax melts. Different and unique, my customers love it!”  Give Vetiver Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden a try today.  Our customers love it, and so will yours!

What Does Vetiver Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Vetiver Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden is a rich, earthy blend of vetiver, myrrh, rose, galbanum, pine, and cedarwood.  This unique fragrance oil has distinct levels to its earthy aroma, giving the most distinct fragrance experience possible!  This spicy scent works great as a masculine fragrance, but is pleasing to everyone!

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

Vetiver Fragrance Oil from Nature’s Garden can be used in bath and body products to create a subtle, spicy spa experience!  Bath fizzies, body scrubs, and body oils perform nicely when the maximum recommendation of 5% fragrance oil is added.  Vetiver Fragrance Oil maintains a distinct aroma, making it stand out in any product in which it is used! Handmade perfumes perform well with this fragrance when a maximum of 5% fragrance oil is used.  In additional homemade vetiver lotions and body butters can be created using Vetiver Fragrance Oil.  We recommend lotion recipes use no more than 5% fragrance oil.  Homemade cleaning recipes can also be created using a maximum of 5%.

Soap crafters can use can also use 5% fragrance oil in hot process soap, melt and pour soap, or liquid soap recipes.  Our cold process soap testing results show that this fragrance performs very nicely!  There is no ricing, no acceleration, no separation, and no discoloration.  In addition, the cured soap had a good scent retention.  If you wish to color your soap, we recommend using teal soap dye in the amount that satisfies you.  Remember not to use candle dye in any of your bath and body products as they are not body safe.

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

Vetiver Fragrance Oil has frequently been likened to the aroma of incense, making it a perfect choice for room scenting products of all kinds!  Those creating homemade air fresheners can incorporate up to 50% of this masculine fragrance oil in their projects.  You can use this smooth, earthy fragrance oil in incense sticks and cones and smelly jelly recipes.  This fragrance oil was also found to create strongly scented aroma bead ornaments.

And finally, handcrafted candles and scented wax tarts can be made using up to 10% fragrance.  We have found it does nicely in Joy Wax, Wow Wax, and even soy wax candles.  If you wish to color your candles, we recommend using 6 drops of teal liquid candle dye.  You can also shred a small amount of red color blocks into your melted wax.  However, do not use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.