When you think of summer, you probably think of carnivals; carnivals probably make you think about cotton candy. The sweet, sugary, cloud-like substance that smells like a trip to Willy Wonka’s factory, and melts in your mouth. The colorful concoction that leaves a stain of blue, pink, purple on your tongue. A classic treat that represents the carefreeness of summer and is reminiscent of childhood.
Today, you can indulge in this summery sweet daily with Piping Rock’s Cotton Candy Fragrance Oil. Made to mimic the scent of cotton candy, it’ll bring an atmosphere of fun to any room.
Sweet, sugary, drool-instilling.
History of Cotton Candy
Cotton Candy is a recently new culinary development. It was introduced in 1897 by William Morrison and John C. Wharton, the inventors of the cotton candy machine. The first spun sugary treat was served at the St. Louis World’s Fair. When it was originally sold to customers, it was called “Fairy Floss”. Once it found success, it was mainstreamed and sold in candy stores. Today, it can be found at festivals, in homes with personal machines, and stores!
How to Use Cotton Candy Fragrance Oil
Enjoy the sweet, candy aroma of Cotton Candy fragrance oil in candle making, incense, potpourri, soaps, deodorants and other bath and body products!
To learn how to make your own unique homemade candles using Cotton Candy Fragrance Oil, check out this simple step-by-step on The Pipe Line!
Also, try out this DIY Unicorn Sugar Scrub made with Cotton Candy Fragrance Oil!