Warm and sweet, the scent of vanilla has long captivated humans around the world. Today, it is perhaps one of the most popular fragrances found in candles, bath products, perfumes, and more! Use vanilla fragrance oil in:
Creating decadent dessert-inspired fragrance blends
Adding a touch of warmth and sweetness to any DIY project
Making homemade candles, potpourri, body products, & more!
What is Vanilla?
The vanilla plant may be one of the most important orchids on the planet. The familiar spice derived from its bean pods is the second most expensive spice in the world (after saffron), and boasts a longstanding history as a highly demanded commodity.
Vanilla beans were first cultivated centuries ago by the Totonac people of eastern coastal Mexico, in what is now Veracruz. This lovely orchard was a staple of their culture, impacting everything from cooking to mythology. Since the arrival of Europeans, the popularity of vanilla exploded throughout the world, and today can be found gracing cuisines, bath & body products, perfumes, and more!
Vanilla Fragrance Oil
With ever-present demand for vanilla’s warm, sweet aroma comes the rise of vanilla fragrance oils, which are a much more affordable option than vanilla essential oil for those who want to use the scent in their DIY projects.
Vanilla bean fragrance oil has a warm, deep, sophisticated aroma that boasts an alluring touch of sugar sweetness. This scent invokes sensations of scoops of ice cream, freshly baked cookies, and other delightfully nostalgic memories. Wonderful on its own, this scent also adds the perfect touch of warm sweetness to fragrance blends.
Warm vanilla sugar fragrance oil may be easily recognized by body spray and candle lovers, as it is perhaps one of the most popular vanilla types on the market. It combines the classic warm, vanilla scent with hints of sugar, coconut, and jasmine for a unique fragrance that is sure to be a favorite for anyone with a sweet tooth!
Directions for Use
Piping Rock’s top-quality fragrance oils mimic the natural scent of plants, flowers, and other favorite aromas.Use vanilla fragrance oils in any DIY project that could use a warm 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.