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Kudzu Fragrance Oil

By Ngscents @ngscents

Kudzu Fragrance OilKudzu Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Kudzu Fragrance Oil is a floral scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is of a beautiful and unique flower called Kudzu.  Our customer love the strength of this highly sought after aroma.  One reviewer has said, “I don’t write a lot of reviews but I have to about this one. I have a new favorite fragrance. If you haven’t tried this scent yet,you really should.This scent is perfect. It’s not too flowery or too fruity. The florals and fruits blend together to make this an outstanding Spring/Summer scent.I made wax melts in this using Pillar of Bliss wax. I make my melts really strong. I add 3 ounces of fragrance to a pound of wax for my melts. I could probably cut back some on this one since this is a super strong fragrance. As soon as I popped a wax melt into my warmer this scent filled the whole house with in minutes. This would be a great scent in bath & body products also. This fragrance is a keeper and I will be buying more.Don’t change a thing on this scent NG. It’s PERFECT just the way it is. 10 stars.”

What Does Kudzu Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

Kudzu is a plant which is very popular in Japan.  The plant is used for erosion control, and its ability to enrich soil with essential nutrients.  Kudzu has a unique aroma, described as sweetened grapes with fresh greenery notes and floral undertones.  Natures Garden’s kudzu fragrance oil consists of top notes of muscadine, strawberries, and fresh peach; middle notes of jasmine, muguet lily, and violet, with a base note of sheer musk.

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

Our customers can use this unique floral scent in their own room scenting product recipes. Potpourri and incense can be created to scent your room. We recommend using a maximum of 50% of this fragrance oil in these types of recipes. Any household cleaning products can be made with no more than 4.2% of this fragrance oil in the formulation. Additionally, the scent will remain nice and strong in aroma beads.

Moreover, this blooming fragrance oil can be used in candle creations. Any candle product that is made with either vegetable waxes or paraffin wax can include up to 10% of this fragrance oil. Joy wax and wow wax will both perform perfectly for this fragrance oil. Also, 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 six drops of red liquid candle dye along with two drops of blue liquid candle dye or a small amount of shredded blue color block and red color block per four pounds of wax. Remember, never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

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

Our customers who enjoy creating their own bath and body products can successfully use this flower fragrance oil in their recipes. Your bath gels, bath oils, soaps, lotions, and many more bath and body products can be created using a maximum of 5% for this scent. Also, this fragrance oil will perform perfectly in perfumes, as long as there is a fragrance oil concentration of no more than 5%.

Additionally, this beautiful floral fragrance oil can be used in cp soap as well as melt and pour soap. For instance, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have shown that this scent is perfect for creating soaps using this method. Not only does this floral scent not accelerate, which is not necessarily a common quality for a floral scent, but this scent has a multitude of preferable qualities. A batch containing this fragrance will have a perfect pour, no ricing, and no separation. The final product will have an amazing scent retention and the bar will discolor to a very light beige hue. If you want to color your bath and body products, then we suggest using blue soap colorant and red soap colorant in an amount that you desire. Just remember to never use candle dye in any body products.

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