Dragon' s Blood Fragrance Oil:This mysterious, alluring blend is difficult to describe. With warming notes of amber, incense, Madagascar vanilla and patchouli, our Dragon' s Blood Fragrance Oil is lightened up with layers of romantic notes such as rose, jasmine and lilac. Finally, our sensual, deep blend is topped off with the colorful, light touches of blood orange and grapefruit. This fragrance will discolor in your products because of the vanilla notes in it but add some gold mica in your soap (either as "veins" running through the soap or sprinkled on top) and your customers won't even notice!
Vanilla Content: 11.4%
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 when initally mixed. Final soap discolors dark brown, opaque. Remains thickened.
This fragrance is phthalate free.
Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (170ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Lisa! I'm sorry this scent wasn't your favorite. We love the deep, alluring scent of our Dragon's Blood Fragrance Oil. In our tests and recipes this fragrance did not accelerate or seize, as seen in our How to Make Dragon’s Breath Cold Process Soap tutorial. There can be other reasons for acceleration like soaping with high temperatures or additives. If you're still looking for your perfect dragon's blood scent you may like Dragon's Blood Cybilla Fragrance Oil.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Robyn! I'm so glad you love our Dragon's Blood Fragrance Oil! We do too! Because of this scent's high vanilla content it is definitely a common occurrence for it to discolor cold process soap, melt and pour, bubble bars, etc. For more on this check out the "Why Did my Soap Turn Brown?" blog post. I will email you personally to discuss this further.
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