Wholesale Vanilla Candle Fragrance is wax-compatible which means that it will not bleed out. When a fragrance ‘bleeds out’ it looks as if the candle is sweating.
Vanilla Candle Fragrance is a blend of natural and synthetic material which guarantees you a consistent, quality product.
How to Use Wholesale Vanilla Candle Fragrance
Use approximately 1 tablespoon per 1 kg wax for a strong fragrance.
How Can I Get a Strong Fragrance ?
Add between 2 – 7% fragrance to your wax. The higher the fragrance load, the stronger the smell. Make your scented candles in glasses, preferably covered. Make sure that your fragrance oil is wax-compatible, meaning that it blends well with wax.
Dosage Levels in Various Applications
- Candles : use up to a maximum of 7%
- “Leave On” applications, e.g. body lotions and soy massage candles: use 0.5%
- “Wash Off” applications, e.g. melt and pour soap : use 0.5 – 2%
The INCI name for fragrance is “parfum” and you need to list it as such on your labelling. INCI ingredient listings go from highest concentration first to lowest concentration last which means that “parfum” will be close to last on your labelling.
Vanilla Candle Fragrance contains no known allergens. Follow good manufacturing practice by ensuring that you use fragrance oils at the correct dosage levels in each batch.
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