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  • Cedar And Saffron Fragrance Oil

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Cedar and Saffron: Fragrant cedar is infused with the sensual smoky scents of patchouli, sandalwood and vetiver, then topped with Eastern spices and a trace of white musk.

Vanilla Content: 3%

NOTE: This fragrance discolors to a tan in cold process soap.

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. Thickens to solid in initial mixing. Discolors to amber. Not reccomended in liquid soap.

This fragrance contains phthalates.

Flashpoint: 200ºF +

Photo Attribution © Can Stock Photo


Average Rating:
(based on 15 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 15 Reviews:

by Christine
on 3/24/2015
Great in liquid and bar soaps, lotion
I use it in my liquid and bar soaps. It does discolor the liquid soap, but does not thicken it. A very popular unisex scent.
by Arria
on 10/24/2014
Cedar and saffron Frangrance
Soft and sweet fragrance really works well in my products and I Love it
by Stacy
on 10/20/2014
This is hands down my favorite scent! Both Men and Women love this fragrance. It does turn dark brown, but used a red mica with it and made for a nice swirl. I have used this with CP Shaving Soap and Bath Soap and other than going dark I had no problems at all.
by Bindu
on 7/11/2014
Just lovely
This is a beautiful fragrance. Although I agree it would appeal to both genders, this seems like a really masculine scent to me. It is a bit of a conundrum to describe, the spiciness of the saffron is kind of soft and warm, the woodsy notes are both invigorating and comforting. While it is has a complexity that gives it upscale potential, I think, it is not overwhelmingly perfume/cologne-like. Also it has a great throw and (according to reviews at the dish forum and scent review boards) is a super-sticker. Can't go wrong with this one.
by Jennifer
on 6/23/2014
Lovely Scent that tried to rice
Based on the warnings on here, I expected this one to move fast in cold process soap. But it went from emulsified/light trace at pour to separating in the mold. Put the stick blender in the mold and blended in place (never done that before) for a minute or two until it came together. So, keep stirring past when you think you can stop. Used .7 oz ppo and it seems like its going to be a lovely scent.
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