Melon - Premium Fragrance Oil
Melon - Premium Fragrance Oil
FRAGRANCE DESCRIPTION & NOTES
FRAGRANCE DESCRIPTION & NOTES
Melon Fragrance Oil
Green and fresh sliced melons with notes of honeydew, cantaloupe and sheer muguet.
Essential Oils Used: Clove Leaf, Lemon, Orange
Flashpoint: >200° Vanilla Content: 0.00%
Country Of Origin: United States
Phthalate and Paraben Free: Yes
Cruelty Free: Yes
Custom fragrance blends can be used in candles, soaps, lotions, perfume, baby products, face creams, body wash, and other cosmetic, bath, and body products up to the maximum amount listed for each fragrance oil.
IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:
|Body Lotion: 1.60%||Body Wash: 2.67%||Soap: 2.67%|
|Face Cream: 0.83%||Body Powder: 1.60%||Baby: 0.28%|
|Perfume: 19.03%||Deodorant: 1.10%||Lip: 0.00%|
|California Prop 65 Statement:||This product is not on the CA Prop 65 list of toxic chemicals.
This product conforms to the reporting requirements of California Proposition 65 (Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986). We are conforming to the regulation by reporting the existence, or lack thereof, of ingredients deemed reportable by the above mentioned regulations via a Safety Data Sheet (SDS), in Section 15 "Regulatory Information." Ingredients from Natural Food Sources (NFS) and are exempt from reporting in accordance with Title 27, § 25501(a).
All fragrance and essential oil sales are final. A small amount should be purchased and tested for compatibility. NorthWood Candle, LLC is not responsible for finished products made using our components. You are responsible for product testing, proper labeling, and adherence to all laws or regulations when using our products. Terms & Conditions
When multiple ounces of the same fragrance are ordered, we automatically combine these products into one container, as appropriate. This is our policy in order to save on materials and packaging time. If you do not want them combined, please leave a note on your order at checkout.
FRAGRANCE OIL FAQ
FRAGRANCE OIL FAQ
What can I make with fragrance oils?
Fragrance oils are versatile and can be used for a wide variety of projects. If you’re looking for inspiration, here are just a few of the things you can make:
- Candles & wax melts
- Bath Bombs
- Reed Diffusers
- Perfume & Cologne
- Room Spray
- And more!
Are your fragrance oils skin-safe?
Most of our fragrance oils are skin-safe, provided that you use them at the correct concentration. With skin-safe fragrance oils, you can make your own soap, bath bombs, lotion, shampoo, perfume, massage oil, and more. Please refer to the IFRA certificates on each fragrance page for specific usage requirements.
What does "Maximum Use Level for Skin Exposure" mean?
The Maximum Use Level for Skin Exposure is the amount of fragrance, flavor and essential oil that can come in contact with the skin. It does not mean that your base product can perform at these levels. You must test each oil in each application for evaluation of desired performance. Baby products often have lower use levels than those listed in the IFRA table. Please read the IFRA certificate to see maximum use levels for different products.
Do your fragrances comply with the IFRA?
All of our fragrance products are in compliance with the standards of the International Fragrance Association, provided the fragrance is used at the noted maximum concentration level(s) for the application(s) listed in the IFRA tables and on the IFRA certificate.
What is the IFRA?
IFRA stands for the International Fragrance Association, which is a fragrance regulatory body. You can read more about the IFRA in our blog here.
How can I access the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for a fragrance?
Links to SDS documents are available on our fragrance pages at the end of the product description. Scroll to the bottom of the section to view document links.
How can I find a specific fragrance I’m looking for?
If you know any part of the fragrance oil’s name, start by typing it into the search bar at the top of our website to view the results. You can also search for specific fragrance notes, such as floral, musk or vanilla.
Our fragrance oils are also organized into several different collections, which makes it easier to find what you're looking for. Learn more about these collections here.
Can you blend a custom fragrance for me?
We are unable to mix custom fragrances for individuals at this time. However, if you have a specific fragrance oil you would like us to carry, please let us know. Our skilled perfumers are able to create duplications and new fragrances for us.
How are your fragrance oils packaged?
- Our 1 oz through 16 oz bottles of fragrance are packaged in clear HDPE plastic bottles. Most bottles are heat-sealed with an induction liner. This is done to protect the fragrances and keep them from leaking during transit.
- Our 7 lb fragrances will typically be packaged in a plastic jug to reduce packaging materials. If ordering 14 or 21 lbs of a fragrance, you will typically receive it in multiple 7lb jugs.
- If you order 25+ lbs of fragrance, it will be packaged in metal or plastic pail(s), depending on the fragrance ordered. You cannot request a specific packaging material. All of our large fragrance pails have a pouring spout. Nozzles are not included.
Do you combine bottles if I order more than one of the same fragrance?
If you order multiple bottles of a certain fragrance, we will package them in the bottle size(s) you ordered. For example, if you order 2x 8oz bottles, you will receive two 8 oz bottles.
If you want us to combine your bottles, please leave a note when you check out.
What can I do if I don’t like a fragrance oil?
While all of our fragrance oils are made with the highest quality materials, we know that not everyone will love every fragrance. However, we always encourage you to try making a project with the fragrance before deciding that you don’t like a fragrance. Many fragrances smell different out of the bottle (OOTB) than they do in wax, soap, or other projects. You may love the fragrance in wax or soap even if you don’t care for the OOTB scent.
When gauging fragrance oils, we also encourage you to smell from the bottle rather than smelling the cap. It is more difficult to get an accurate idea of the fragrance when smelling a 1 oz bottle due to the small size of the opening. To get a better idea of what a fragrance really smells like, blotter strips can also be useful.
If you’ve tried these techniques and still don’t care for a fragrance you ordered, there are numerous candle & soap making groups on Facebook. Many of these groups allow you to de-stash supplies.
Can I return fragrance oils?
For hygienic reasons, fragrance oils cannot be returned. We are unable to issue refunds or replacements unless you received the wrong fragrance oil (See question below).
When trying a new fragrance, we always recommend ordering a 1 oz sample size before ordering a larger size. We have 1 oz samples available for all of our fragrances. With our tiered 1 oz bottle discount, you can save money by ordering multiple different samples to try. See the Buy More, Save More tab on fragrance product pages for more information on tiered discounts.
What can I do if I believe I receive the wrong fragrance oil?
While we do our best to ensure all fragrances are labeled accurately, mistakes can occur. If you believe you received a mislabeled fragrance, please contact us within 7 days to report the error. Although we cannot accept returns on fragrance oils, we may issue a replacement if we determine that you did receive the wrong fragrance.
Please note that there may be slight variations in a fragrance oil’s color from batch to batch. Color variation alone doesn’t necessarily mean that you received the wrong fragrance.
More Product FAQs
Have a question about other products we carry? Please review our other product FAQ pages:
- Buy more, save more!
We now offer tiered discounts on our 1 oz and 16 oz fragrance oils! You can mix and match different 1 oz bottles to receive the 1 oz discount, or mix and match different 16 oz bottles to receive the 16 oz discount. Discount is automatic - no coupon code required! See table below for details.