Christmas Tidings Fragrance Oil
Christmas Tidings Fragrance Oil
Christmas Tidings Fragrance Oil Description:
Jingle all the way with Pepper Jane's Christmas Tidings Fragrance Oil! Crafted intricately with notes that sing the song of the season, this fragrance oil is your Christmas spirit in a bottle. The performance begins with a burst of zesty orange peel and delectably sweet cranberry sauce. No sooner do they finish their opening act than the air fills with the soulful melody of cinnamon sticks and freshly ground cloves. And for the grand finale, base notes of evergreen and pinecones walk on stage, reminiscent of a walk through a fragrant Christmas tree farm. Inject your Christmas cheer with an aromatic signature, courtesy of our Christmas Tidings Fragrance Oil.
Want to smell a fragrance before buying a bottle?
Try our fragrance tester strips. The strip scents won't be as strong as the actual oils, they do, however, give you a good idea of the notes in the fragrance. As a result, you won't waste money on a scent that you don't absolutely love.
IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:
|Candles: 100%||Soap/Washes/Bath Bomb/Scrub: 3.60%|
|Air fresheners/Diffusers: 100%||Facial Moisturizers: 0.30%|
|Baby Skin Products: 0.10%||Incense/Joss Sticks: 100%|
|Body Lotion/Butter: 0.30%||Lip Products: Not allowed|
|Car freshies/Slime: 100%||Perfume/Colognes: 1.80%|
|Deodorant: 0.10%||Shampoo/Conditioners: 3.60%|
These are the maximum skin-safe allowances. You may be able to use less oil depending on your personal taste or product recipes. It is good to start with a low amount and add more in small increments to maintain stability in your finished products. It is vital that you keep your usage at or below the maximum safety levels.
If there is a product you are making that is not on the above chart, please message us for compatibility and percentage of use.
Christmas Tidings Fragrance Oil Specifics:
|Flash Point: 153|
|Phthalate Free: YES|
Vanilla Content: 0%
Although fragrance oils containing vanilla smell divine, vanilla may cause discoloration in some bath and body products. Whenever you want to prevent or delay discoloration due to vanilla, try one of our vanilla stabilizers. Discoloration due to vanilla is specifically affected by bath and body recipes containing water, such as soap, body wash, and lotions. In other words, candles, incense, and oil-based only products are not affected by vanilla.
|Country of Origin: United States|
|CA Prop 65: No warnings|
|Contains Essential Oils: Clove oil|
Christmas Tidings Fragrance Oil Product Test Results:
|Cold Process Soap: Some acceleration, no ricing, no discoloration, strong scent retention||Pepper Jane's Tested|
|Candle Throw: Strong cold and hot throw||Pepper Jane's Tested|
|Gel Wax Safe: Not gel wax safe|
We'd really appreciate hearing about your experience if you've tried this fragrance from one of the products mentioned above. Your feedback plays a crucial role in enabling us to offer a comprehensive and precise description.
Always test fragrance in all applications.
Due to the massive variety of recipes and methods in creation, Pepper Jane's Colors and Scents can't guarantee how your final products will turn out when using our raw ingredients. Equally, we can't promise your experiment results will perfectly mirror ours. So, it's a good idea to try out your fragrance performance on a small-scale test first, before going all out with larger batches. Happy creating!
Why buy Christmas Tidings Fragrance Oil from Pepper Jane's Colors and Scents?
Pepper Jane's Colors and Scents high quality, premium fragrance oils can be used for making candles, soap, freshies, incense, slime, air fresheners, diffusers, potpourri, bath and body products, and more. All of our fragrances are skin safe. Get a free 1 oz. bottle of our fragrance of the month with a $50 purchase of fragrance oils.
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