I love this scent in a candle. It is very evergreen forward with a little bit of spice. I think I will sell a lot of this one.
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Visions of snow-covered pines and arctic winds filled our minds when we created Nordic Night fragrance oil. An outdoor, wintery scent, Nordic Night bottles a winter’s night chill with top notes of eucalyptus and lavender. Resinous pine is at the heart of this scent, and it rests on an herbal, woody base of rosemary, cedar, and oakmoss that performs well in candles and melts. Approved for body scrubs, lotions, and soap, Nordic Night rounds out wintery product lines.
This fragrance oil is infused with natural essential oils including pine, cypress, eucalyptus, cedarwood, cinnamon bark, cardamom, lavandin, rosemary, cade, cistus extract, guaicwood, and clove bud.
Alternative branding ideas: Winter, Iced Balsam, Sleigh Ride
Top: Eucalyptus, Lavender
Middle: Pine, Cypress, Bayberry
Base: Rosemary, Cedar, Peppercorn, Oakmoss
Suggested colors: Natural, Midnight Blue, Light Blue
Looking for the right pine fragrance oil? Consult our Pine Fragrance Oil Guide!
Note: Bottles filled by weight, levels may vary.
|Candle Safe||Yes||Usage: 3-10%|
|Soap Safe||Yes||Usage: 2-6%|
|Prop 65 Warning Required||No|
|Diffuser Base Compatible||No|
*Usage amounts are recommendations only. Individual usage amounts can vary based on your desired fragrance strength, wax type, soap base, or lotion base. See IFRA certificate for max usage levels.
Cold Process Soap Performance
Lye Water Temperature 115ºF
Oil temperature 118ºF
We did not experience any acceleration or separation. The oils and water were slow to reach a light trace and there was no sign of thickening or stiffening as we poured the batter into the mold. After 24 hours we observed the soap only reached a partial gel through the center. We noticed the areas that did gel were weepy. There was a slight pale yellow discoloration and the scent was strong. After 30 days, there was no discoloration and the scent remained strong. We’re not sure why the bars were so weepy after the initial cut but the bars finished nice and hard.
So the scent out of the bottle will not be what you expect - to me it smelled off. BUT in a candle, it takes shape into something different. All my customers loves this scent, especially men.
I was hoping for something different but smells just like Mistletoe and Frosted Juniper. Don't get me wrong, smells good. Not strong hot throw. But if you were looking for something different like I was, this is not it.
Definitely experienced acceleration in CP soap. Like the scent, don’t like how my soap looks.
I didn't like it at first as it's super strong, and is still strong even in the waxmelts I made, but I love it as it really smell like a snowy winter night outdoors in the woods. I'll definitely buy again.
I don’t like this scent straight out of the bottle!! However, I’m going to try it in a candle before I make a final decision… wish me luck
Update on the scent now that we have burned one. Five stars from the clients. I gave a tester candle to a client (Libbey straight-sided 2917) and she LOVED it. Said it had a big throw and filled her house with a clean, cold, and wintery air feel. A nice alternative to Frazier Fir if you are looking for the feel of winter.
OOTB this has a White birch smell to it, but a little colder (if that makes sense). White birch had a pine/sweet fragrance. This one is like a cold outside Christmas tree scent. I like it.
I haven’t poured candles with this yet, but out of the bottle it reminded me a lot of Frosted Juniper. I compared it to my frosted juniper sample and while similar, frosted juniper is cleaner and brighter. To me this is almost like if you added a bit of smoke (or Fireside) to Frosted Juniper. It’s a pleasant scent, not too sharp, and the pine is very subtle.
Just poured it into wax but I have to say - it smells like sweetgrass and violet to me. Love the name and I'll update when we burn. Let me know if anyone else is getting this or if I am just nose blind today :)