Truly, there is nothing quite like enjoying a perfectly ripened peach picked fresh from the tree. Peach fragrance oils capture this sensation in each drop, and are wonderful in:
Blending with other fruity or floral scents
Creating summer and dessert-inspired DIY projects
Making homemade candles, potpourri, body products, & more!
What are Peaches?
From the southern United States to northwestern China, peach trees (Prunus persica) have impacted cultures and taste buds for millennia, with evidence showing cultivation in China as far back as 2000 B.C. These trees are beloved for both their aromatic blossoms and juicy stone fruits of the same name, which have familiar soft, fuzzy skin and divine, sweet yellow flesh.
Peaches hold a particularly special place in Chinese culture. The ancient people believed they contain remarkably more vitality than any other fruit due to the trees’ unique display of gorgeous pink blossoms that appear before the leaves each season. The branches and wood of peach trees were even used in magical practices, especially in creating protective barriers in the entranceways of homes.
Peach Fragrance Oil
There are two types of peach fragrance oils that are typically found and make wonderful additions to any DIY-lover’s fragrance oil collection: peach slices and peach blossom fragrance oils.
Peach slices fragrance oil is sweet and syrupy, reminiscent of biting into sun-kissed peaches fresh from the tree. Use this scent in you next project and let the scent envelop you like an orchard on a warm summer morning. This scent blends wonderfully with creamy fragrances, and is delightful on its own.
Peach blossom fragrance oil captures the pink blooms in each drop, emitting an aroma that is soft and floral with hints of the sunny, succulent fruits. We love this scent in spring-inspired projects and fragrance blends.
Direction for Use
Piping Rock’s top-quality fragrance oils mimic the natural scent of plants, flowers, and other favorite aromas. Use peach fragrance oils in any DIY project that could use a sweet burst of fragrance, such as in making perfume, candles, soaps, body products, potpourri, and more! Fragrance oils can also be used in diffusers as you would with essential oils.