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Fresh Snow: This fragrance is designed to mimic the feeling of peace and tranquility after a fresh snowfall. It is a very ozone-y fragrance, reminiscent of clean laundry or fresh cotton. The actual notes however are intriguing; this fragrance has a crisp heliotrope top with supporting notes of spring water, juniper berry, vetyver and sandalwood.

This fragrance is phthalate free.

Flashpoint: 200ºF +

Photo Attribution © Can Stock Photo


Average Rating:
(based on 42 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 42 Reviews:

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by Wendy
on 11/12/2015
Clean Linen, Not Fresh Snow
Performs well in CP and is a pleasing clean smell but it isn't snow. It's ozone needs a boost of Peppermint to imply "cold" is what I think. That alone might do the trick. I may try to blend. Problematically, I also ordered and batched at the same time White Ginger and Amber which oddly, smells almost exactly the same! I wanted to market WG&A as "Gingerbread House" but there's no way to put these two together in an order as "Snow" and "Ginger" (two different scents). They're too identical. I'm trying to name the other one Graham Cracker or Brown Sugar or something but it just smells so similar that I'm now trying to avoid selling the two in the same order at all. Blurgh. Thank you for asking, I know that you do put a great deal of weight into the reviews and I appreciate it.
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by Debra
on 10/31/2015
Let it Snow
I didn't really know what to expect when I ordered this, was simply looking for a holiday fragrance without the vanilla discoloration so was actually pleasantly happy with this fragrance. I agree it is a tad reminiscent of fabric softener but not altogether a bad thing. It soaped well, no discoloration or acceleration and it kind of lent itself to a "Snow" theme so I colored it appropriately, hope Olaf approves. Then I cut it to fit small hands, can't wait to post it to sell.
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by Steven
on 10/26/2015
Smells like Fabric Softener
If there was no title or picture and all you could do was name the soap from its smell, "Fresh Snow" would not be what comes to mind. Honestly, it smells like concentrated fabric softener. Granted, that isn't necessarily a bad thing. Just relabel this scent and no problem. I had no problem with the in CP soap. Scent has staying power and is quite strong when used with the 'strong' scent amount.
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by Nadeen
on 10/16/2015
Lovely, clean, sweet but fresh
This is a strange one - you think of snow, you open the bottle then you get (as everyone has said) laundry on a spring day. But thats not a bad thing! It does have a clean, ozone element to it. Easy to work with in CP soap and doesn't colour. I bought a bottle months ago and didn't quite know what to do with it , soap wise. I made a 100% coconut laundry bar and the fragrance held tight to the soap, didnt mellow or lose it's top notes. It smelt exactly like freshly washed sheets (as it smells in the bottle)... perfect for laundry soap Then I made a batch of my normal soap (quite high in shea butter) and have labelled it Winter soap because after a week it mellowed out into more of a real snow smell. Genius. My friends like it. It works. Lovely, thanks for this FO. Hope it stays in your product list for years to come!
by Anne
on 10/9/2015
Grape Kool Aid
I love most BB fragrances, but to my nose, this one is not a success. It smells to me like grape Kool Aid.

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Anne! I'm sorry you were disappointed in this fragrance. We love the crisp notes of our Fresh Snow Fragrance Oil. It can be a little overwhelming out of bottle, but mellows out nicely once diluted in product. You may want to give a try with a small test project! If you're looking for other clean scents you may like Amazon Lily & Rain Fragrance Oil, Crisp Cotton Fragrance Oil, or Bonsai Fragrance Oil.

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