The Palm Pattern Collection - Three Fragrance Blends
Revitalise: Be revitalised with the Lemongrass, Bergamot and Grapefruit Soy Wax Candle. Lemongrass has a herbaceous aroma that can heighten awareness transitioning you from a sleepy state to a refreshed mentality.
Relax: Be relaxed with the Lavender, Geranium and Orange, Soy Wax Candle. Create a relaxing ambience in your home. Transform your surroundings into a haven of calm and serenity.
Inspire: Be inspired by Geranium, Bergamot and Ylang Ylang Soy Wax Candle. The geranium is enriched with ylang ylang and topped with delicious hints of bergamot. Balancing and uplifting.
Blending Essential Oils
Top, Middle, and Base Notes
Top notes are the lightest of all the notes. They’re the first ones you smell, and they’re the first ones to evaporate. This is because they have the smallest molecules. You can often distinguish top note essential oils because they’re often thin in consistency and are usually derived from flowers, leaves, and flowering herbs.
Base notes are deep, heavy, and often earthy in scent. These are the oils that ground your blend and help its aroma last the longest due to the large molecule size. Base notes are often derived from trees, roots, and barks, and their oils tend to be thick and viscous.
Middle notes are like the “ties that bind” only they are binding your other essential oils together into a harmonized blend. These are the oils that complete your blend by balancing the light top notes with the deep base notes. The aroma of middle notes lasts longer than those of top notes, but not as long as base notes. These oils can vary in consistency and are often derived from whole herbs and spices.
(Natural Perfumery Basics, n.d.; Bovenizer, n.d.)