Drakkar, Type: Based on the fabulous men's cologne, this duplication is very close to the original fragrance. For a men's fragrance, it has some very interesting notes of spicy berries, citrus, lavender and amber. It's a wonderful all-around men's fragrance.
NOTE: This fragrance may discolor your soaps to a purple or mauve.
Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (177ºF) will ship FedEx only regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout. It cannot be shipped by the USPS.
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Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Rose! Soap discoloration varies based on your recipe and technique. Vanilla discoloration speeds us as it is exposed to air, which is why it is brown around the edges. Once your soap is cut and the inside is exposed to air, the discoloration will spread. The spots on the inside of your soap may be an indication that the fragrance was not completely mixed, and the spots are where the fragrance oil was more concentrated. You may find this blog post, Why Did My Soap Turn Brown?"" helpful. It has a lot of great information about fragrance discoloration! :)
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