What Types of Dried Flowers Do You Have?
N-Essentials is proud to offer a comprehensive range of dried botanical flowers to incorporate into all your home DIY and skin and beauty products. As an experienced supplier of raw ingredients, we know exactly what our customers are looking for and prioritise quality always.
Our range of dried botanical flowers includes:
Dried Calendula Flowers
Dried calendula flowers are the dehydrated blossoms of the calendula plant, also known as marigold. They are used in various applications, such as infused oils, soaps, and skincare products, for their vibrant colour and versatility.
Dried Chamomile Flowers
Dried chamomile flowers refer to the dehydrated blossoms of the chamomile plant. They are commonly used in various applications, such as aromatherapy preparations, and natural skin care products, known for their soothing properties and gentle fragrance.
Dried Lavender Flowers
These flowers are the desiccated blooms harvested from lavender plants. Dried lavender flowers are renowned for their fragrant qualities and find popular use in crafting sachets and adding a delightful touch to various homemade projects like candles and soap.
Dried Rose Petals
Dried rose petals are dehydrated petals derived from roses. They are cherished for their enchanting aroma and are often employed in homemade bath products, decorative crafts, and as a finishing touch to romantic settings.
What Can I Do With Dried Botanical Flowers?
Dried botanicals are versatile and can be used in a variety of different ways. Some popular ways that people like to use dried flowers include:
Soap-making is a fun activity that is simpler than it sounds! Many people enjoy creating soaps in an array of different scents, using our essential oils and fragrance oils to customise the bars to their liking. Adding dried botanicals to your soaps can improve their fragrance and take your bathing experience to the next level!
Adding dried flowers and botanicals to your candles can enhance their visual appeal and be mesmerising as the delicate petals float within the warm glow of the candlelight. They help to make a setting more romantic and the aroma of the petals, especially dried botanicals like roses, adds to the atmosphere.
For Bath Bombs
If you want to transform your bathing experience into a wonderful atmosphere, you need dried botanicals. Making bath bombs with bath salts and flowers scattered throughout is fun to watch fizz away when you add it to the water, and immersing yourself in a bath filled with petals is a luxurious experience.
Dried botanical flowers are a wonderful addition to various crafting projects. They can be used to create homemade potpourri, decorative wreaths, pressed flower art, and scented sachets, adding a touch of natural beauty and creativity to your crafts.
How Long Do Dried Flowers Last?
The longevity of dried flowers can vary depending on several factors, such as the type of flower, the drying process, and how they are stored. Generally, well-dried flowers can last several months to a few years. Some sturdier flowers, like lavender, tend to have a longer lifespan, while more delicate flowers may be more prone to fading and deterioration over time. Proper storage in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight can help extend the lifespan of dried flowers.
If you’ve been searching for dried flowers for candles, soap-making or something else, we can certainly help. Browse our range of products online today, and be sure to contact our team if you have any questions.