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Autumn Fig Harvest Fragrance Oil: This fragrance is a must have for your fall and winter projects. The top notes are bright and crisp with notes of apple, lemon and ginger. Middle notes of fig, caramel, and cinnamon lead to more earthy base notes; leaving you with notes of coffee, twigs, and wet forest.
This fragrance would be great for use in soaps, salves, body balms, or even reed diffusers and potpourri. Check out our potpourri products here for a fun holiday project!
Performance In Cold Process Soap: This fragrance does not discolor or accelerate in cold process soap.
Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (175ºF) cannot ship USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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I honestly have no idea what figs are supposed to smell like. The closest I think I've ever gotten is a fig newton. So I could not tell you whether the Autumn Fig Harvest is accurately fig-like. I can, however, tell you that it's amazing. It's a wonderfully rich, spicy and dry smell with fruity notes and it behaved SO well for me in a four-color funnel pour.
I combined 113g. of fragrance with 2200g. of oils in CP soap and I think the concentration is perfect. I couldn't be happier, and I will DEFINITELY be purchasing more for fall craft festivals.
I love fig scented candles, but had been unsuccessful finding one I liked when I decided to make my own. I started with the 2 oz bottle on my first order, and had to order 3 more times increasing in size, all since November. That's how well these sell! It's my top seller for sure, and I hope they restock soon. I had planned on it as a seasonal fragrance, but have had more requests than I can count to keep it.
This sold out so fast at my booth in September. It is definitely a fall inspired scent. It is strong and lasting.
I included this in my honey & oatmeal soap and it has become a best seller! It has almost an apple pie smell, doesn't discolor at all. Love it!
I do not like the smell of this fragrance OOB. It smelled weird and a bit chemically in the bottle. When I added it to my brine soap, it smelled strongly of Christmas trees to me with an undistinguishable fruity scent as well. I love the smell of Christmas trees, so I am not unhappy with the fragrance at all. Most everybody I had smell my soap said they smelled something fruity, but could not tell what kind of fruit scent. A lot of people, I included, really like this scent. I will definitely get another bottle of this fragrance.
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