Clean Crisp Fragrance

Posted by Deborah Ward on July 28th, 2014 in candle scents, clean fragrance, fragrance oil, Fragrance Oils, fragrances, Natures Garden, soap scents, wholesale fragrance oils | No Comments »

clean fragranceClean Crisp Fragrance

Clean Crisp Air- Fragrance Oil Spotlight This strong clean smelling scent is the perfect for any application.  According to our customers this clean, crisp, and strong scent is a best seller.   In fact, many of our customers are selling out left and right when using this fragrance.  Ideal for any crafter because of its strong clean scent throw, this excellent fragrance is a great addition to any candle line or bath and body product line

What does Clean Crisp Air Smell Like? This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is perfect if you are looking for a fragrance that reminds you of fresh clean air filled with hints of greenery and soft florals.  This complex fragrance begins with top notes of fresh clover and ivy. Middle notes of baby’s breath, periwinkle, and lily of the valley. Base notes of ozony fresh notes. An NG Original Fragrance!

How Do Our Customers Use Clean Crisp Air Fragrance Oil? For candle makers and home scenters; Clean Crisp air has a strong fresh scent with awesome throw.  Our customers use this fragrance oil in their 415 soy wax, 464 soy waxes, gel wax, and Joy wax.  This fragrance oil even works very well for wax melts.  This fragrance oil has been used to make odor eliminator, linen sprays, incense, and sachet beads.

On the bath and body end of products, the usage percent for this fragrance oil is 5%.  This fabulous fragrance is used to create:  melt and pour soaps, bath salts, body creams, laundry soaps, and handmade lotions.

And, for those of you that make cold process soap, this fragrance is great.  Here are the official results:  Some acceleration, no separation. No discoloration.  Very creamy, nice clean scent!

Try our free Chunky Votive Candle Recipe using Clean Crisp Air Fragrance in our Free Recipe Box.

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