Apricot Freesia: This is a upbeat blend of fruit and floral. If you don't like fruit scents because they're too sweet, try Apricot Freesia. The Freesia really tones down the syrupy notes while the Apricot livens up the Freesia. It's a yummy blend that you'll fall in love with.
Hint for cold process soapers: work with low temperatures and do not gel this fragrance (as it will morph with high heat). The heat burns the fragrance off.
Liquid Castile Testing Notes: We tested this fragrance in our liquid Castile soap base, we recommend making a small test batch just to be sure you like the results. No discoloration, fragrance color is water white. Mixes in easily, does not change consistency of the soap.
This fragrance is phthalate free.
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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