Coconut Cream Fragrance Oil: It's finally here! After years of trial and error we finally found a coconut that can hold up in cold process soap as well as all your other projects. This coconut fragrance has a rich and exotic blend of notes. The top note is a traditional sweet coconut with mid-notes of vanilla and almond. The fragrance has a well-rounded profile finishing with base notes of papaya and cocoa bean. Coconut Cream fragrance is a huge crowd pleaser and we like to use it for lots of tropical, summer, or coconut themed projects.
Performance In Cold Process Soap: This fragrance does not accelerate but does discolor to a tan color in cold process soap.
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Reply from Bramble BerryHi Stephanie! I'm so glad you like this fragrance! In our tests and recipes, we didn't experience any cracking with this fragrance, as seen in the Coconut Cream Pie Cold Process Tutorial. However, extreme temperature changes or a lot of butters or hard oils in your recipe can cause cracking. I'll be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot!
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Athena! I'm sorry this scent wasn't your favorite. Notes of vanilla and almond are in the fragrance, as well as the coconut note. If you're looking for coconut scents, you may like Papaya Coconut Fragrance Oil, Coconut Cybilla Fragrance Oil or Coconut Mango Fragrance Oil.
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