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Nag Champa is an Indian fragrance commonly found in incense. It contains a large portion of sandalwood essential oils with notes of frangipani, patchouli, vanilla, musk and amber. Sure to become a top selling oil.
Top Notes: Cinnamon bark and grassy
Middle Notes: Earthy and patchouli
Base Notes: Amber and woody
|Candle Use||YES||max usage: 10%|
|Body Use||YES||max usage: 5%|
|Liquid Soap Use||YES||max usage: 1%|
|Lotion Use||YES||max usage: 0.5%|
|Diffuser Use||YES||max usage: 25%|
|Room Spray Use||YES||max usage: 1%|
Please note that the above information is a recommendation only and testing should always be conducted before committing to large orders. Eroma can't guarantee the quality of your final products, only the quality of the materials as they are dispatched.
I absolutely love this. It has to be the favourite to all the family and customers. If you want a strong hippy smell through your house this is the one. Trust me you won't be disappointed...
What a wonderful fragrance and a must have for every candle-maker. This is the true fragrance of Nag Champa incense which I had bought from a trip to India.
The fragrance note starts sweet, turns to woody and leaves you in a mystical world. A client of mine runs a meditation group and once I gave him a sample melt. Since then, he has become my permanent customer.
Please never, never, never discontinue this fragrance. I smell of Nag Champa after every make of these candles.
Natural Candle Supply you have my three cheers for giving us this fragrance.
Since this fragrance was released its been a staple in my fragrance pantry.
Works well across all mediums, in particular CP soap. Behaves beautifully, and has awesome fragrance retention 3 months on. In fact, as the soap cures the fragrance becomes deeper and more well-rounded.
Did you know that the Grateful Dead used to burn nag champa incense at their concerts?
Wow !!! I was devastated thinking this was discontinued as it was mine and most of my customers favourite !!! Very happy to see it listed. Gorgeous strong hippie type smell, for those who love their strong earthy fragrances.