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Baby Rose: This fragrance is a lighter, pinker rose than our English Rose. It smells like the petite baby roses that come in teensy little planters small enough to fit on your desk. Think of a hip, corporate 27 year olds perfume smell rather than a cloying old-fashioned rose and you'll be right on target for this fragrance. It has been confused with a Tea Rose scent before as well by clients at our retail shop Otion. It is a delight to work with in cold process soap but does mildly accelerate trace. If you're looking for a fresher, lighter and more gentle rose, this is the one for you.

This fragrance contains phthalates.

Flashpoint: 200ºF +

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Average Rating:
(based on 11 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 11 Reviews:

by Becky
on 10/27/2014
Baby Rose
I have to give this fragrance oil a two; simply because I bought it at the Otion Studio where it said on the label *no acceleration and no discoloration*. While the latter is true, the former is not. It traced worse than mashed potatoes and left me feeling very sad:-(
by Elizabeth
on 10/15/2014
This is so artificial smelling, and has no fragrance anything like any rose I have ever smelled. My daughter, who works in a day care center, commented that it smells like diaper wipes. The description of baby roses, hip 27 year old fragrance, etc. is entirely misleading. It is anything but hip.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Elizabeth! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. If you're looking for floral scents, you may like Amazon Lily and Rain Fragrance Oil, Carnation Fragrance Oil, or Heavenly Honeysuckle Fragrance Oil.

by amanda
on 3/22/2014
this is a true rose scent. i ordered this one and the english rose scent, and here is my review. this fragrance oil is light and sweeter than the english rose. this in my opinion is my favorite out of the two.
by Ivy
on 1/13/2014
Can I use this fragrance to subsitute the Pink Grapefruit in the M&P
It mentions that "This fragrance contains phthalates." What does this mean, can I substitute the Pink Grapefruit in the M&P formula? Thanks!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Ivy! Phthalates are used to dissolve fragrance raw materials when making fragrance oils. We make sure to let our customers know when a fragrance contains phthalates because some customers prefer to use fragrances that do not contain phthalates. As long as you are using the correct usage rate, you can use whatever fragrance oil you like in your recipe!

by Kathryn
on 10/14/2013
The smell is heavenly. I love old fashioned and classic scents the best. However in made my CP soap batter to go from very light trace to thick putty in less than a minute.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Kathryn! Floral fragrances can be a bit tricky to work with as they can accelerate trace, so you will want to make sure you are keeping your temperatures down (around 100-110 Fahrenheit) as well as using slower-moving liquid oils like Olive Oil (Pure) in your recipe.

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