BUY VANILLA PANNACOTTA FRAGRANCE OIL FOR SOAP AND CANDLE MAKING ONLINE IN AUSTRALIA
The aroma of this oil is a mix of sweet vanilla, caramel, a buttery cake and cognac. It is suitable for use in DIY skincare crafts and in-home scents such as soapmaking and candlemaking. It is also popularly used as a homemade bath bomb ingredient.
This fragrance oil contains a maximum of 10% vanillin. Vanillin can cause discolouration to the end-product, usually going from a pale creamy colour to a dark brown colour. Discolouration is a natural process that happens over time as the soap is curing and exposed to open air. Best to get the most out of this natural discolouration of a fragrance oil by embracing the process to give you the best result.
- Flashpoint: 140 deg C
- Soluble in oil but not soluble in water.
- Contains 5 - 10% vanillin.
VANILLA PANNACOTTA FRAGRANCE OIL FOR PERFUME
When creating perfume using alcohol, mix 4 parts perfumer's alcohol with 1 part Vanilla Pannacotta Fragrance Oil into a perfume bottle and shake. The perfume should be ready to use after this!
VANILLA PANNACOTTA FRAGRANCE FOR SOAP
Vanilla Pannacotta Fragrance Oil is perfect for making fragrant soaps. Add this oil into a soap base in a soap mold to create your scented soap.
VANILLA PANNACOTTA FRAGRANCE OIL FOR CANDLES
Creating a candle with this fragrance oil can be a great way to get your room to smell amazing. The recommended dosage rate for this fragrance oil is around 8-12% in a candlemaking recipe.
VANILLA PANNACOTTA FRAGRANCE OIL FOR REED DIFFUSER
A reed diffuser is another excellent use case for this fragrance oil. Place a few drops of this fragrance oil in a diffuser along with water.
VANILLA PANNACOTTA FRAGRANCE OIL FOR BATHBOMB MAKING
A fragrant bathbomb fizzing in a bubble bath can be used to enjoy after a long day. Vanilla Pannacotta Fragrance Oil can add a sweet and caramel-like scent to your bath with only a few drops.
PRECAUTIONS FOR VANILLA PANNACOTTA FRAGRANCE OIL
All our fragrance oils are high-quality concentrated fragrances manufactured in Australia. Given that they are concentrated oils, they should never be applied to the skin directly and instead, they must be mixed in another product or solvent. This fragrance oil is phthalate-free, and contains a combination of both synthetic and natural constituents. Customers are strongly advised to test small test batches first before producing larger quantities.
In reed diffusers, you can use 10% to 20% of vanilla pannacotta fragrance oil. Skincare products including lotions, body creams, and body washes should only contain 0.2% to 1% or 1.5%. In making homemade candles, the recommended dosage is 8% to 12% of vanilla pannacotta fragrance oil. If you are planning to add this fragrance oil in eco-household products, we recommend using 0.2% to 1% for cleaning products, 0.1% to 0.5% for bath crystals, and 0.5% to 1% for soapmaking applications.
Note that we can not disclose the ingredients of any fragrance oils as they are the IP of the manufacturers.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FRAGRANCE OILS AND ESSENTIAL OILS
Essential Oils are 100% natural and are extracted from flowers, herbs, roots and other natural sources. Whereas, Fragrance Oils come from laboratories, in which there are two types, synthetic fragrance oils and natural fragrance oils. Synthetic fragrance oils are created from chemical compounds that you cannot find naturally. Natural fragrance oils are a combination of naturally derived scents made in a lab.