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Fun & Easy Head to Toe Cream with Vanilla Cream

I love our Vanilla Cream and wanted to tell the world about this delicious fragrance! It’s a beautiful and soft scent that smells just like its name. I’m talking about a creamy, warm, and comforting vanilla. It makes me feel content and put at ease whenever I smell it. I think everyone would enjoy this scent regardless of age or gender. Come join me as I mix up a batch of Head to Toe Cream with Vanilla Cream.

Don’t forget to ask for a sample with your next order. They will fly out the door!

Vanilla Cream Fragrance Oil
Head to Toe Cream Base
Large bag
Containers of your choice


Recipe in Grams
28 grams Vanilla Cream Fragrance Oil
3628 grams Head to Toe Cream
Recipe in Ounces
1 ounce Vanilla Cream Fragrance Oil
128 ounces Head to Toe Cream
Recipe in Percentages
0.8% Vanilla Cream Fragrance Oil
99.2% Head to Toe Cream

Simplest Directions Ever:
This is the easiest thing you will ever do. Just open the bucket of Head to Toe Cream. Then pour your 1 ounce of fragrance into the bucket and stir. Or I prefer to scoop the Head to Toe Cream into a large, strong bag and then add the fragrance. Twist the bag closed while squeezing out the excess air. Now you can hold the bag closed with one hand and knead the bag with the other. When you are done kneading the Head to Toe Cream, and you think the fragrance is thoroughly mixed, you can cut a small hole into a corner and pipe the cream into your jars! If you have ever decorated a cake, it is the same concept as that. This makes it so much easier to pipe into your containers rather than trying to scoop and keep the edges of the jars clean. Trust me, it will make things easier!

Have you ever tried our Vanilla Cream Fragrance? What is your favorite use for it?

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