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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 +

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Reviews

Average Rating:
(based on 25 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 25 Reviews:

by Rachel
on 10/28/2014
Sooo Good
I just love this fragrance! So clean and fresh. Not soapy clean, just walking outside on a frosty morning fresh and clean. It behaves wonderfully in CP! It actually reversed my trace to some extent. It stayed fluid for a long time, and took an extra day to cut. I made it into a modified tiger stripe, and it turned out great. I added TD to the entire batch. I make GM soap, so wanted a whiter white than normal. Did not experience any discoloration. Unless it just doesn't sell (which I can't imagine) I plan on carrying this year round. Thanks BB for another great scent!
by Vanessa
on 10/25/2014
Not at all wintery.
Like other reviewers said, this smells like clean laundry. To me, that's a Summer scent. Laundry on the line reminds me of warm weather. I'm bummed because I was hoping for something more for Christmas.

Reply from Bramble Berry
 
Hi Vanessa! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. It has a very fresh and clean scent, which can be reminiscent of fresh snow. If you're looking for winter or holiday fragrances, you may like Winter White Fragrance Oil. Sleigh Ride Fragrance Oil, or Christmas Forest Fragrance Oil.

by Jennifer
on 10/20/2014
Discolors, not for MP
This is an amazingly fresh and clean scent. I personally love it, but it is a bit problematic. It is completely unsuitable for melt & pour. It forms these little oily pockets and doesn't fully incorporate. I tried it with MP a couple of times (with different bottles) just to be sure, but it's just no good. It also adds a yellow cast to the color. Even in CP I found it alters the color and makes it very hard to get a nice blue (best results were with ultramarine blue and titanium dioxide mix). But because I love the laundry-like smell so much, it gets 4 stars.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Jennifer! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. We've found it works well in melt and pour and cold process soap, as seen in this Snowflake Soap Melt and Pour Tutorial and this Holly Berry Cold Process Tutorial. Mixing fragrance oils into melt and pour soap can take a long time. You really need to stir it very well and then stir a little more. In our tests this fragrance didn’t affect the base color of our soap in any significant way, as you can see in the examples above. However, other factors, like a lot of olive oil, can affect the color of your soap. I'll be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot!

by Cathie H
on 10/13/2014
I love this scent!
I think it smells wonderful & fresh, but here's something funny. I had made a batch using some leftover lime pieces & my friend's husband says it smells like a popsicle stick when you just get finished eating it & the stick is still kind of damp!! What a laugh! But you know what - he loves it!!
by Mandolyn
on 10/1/2014
Smells Good, but Not a Winter Scent At All
The fragrance performed beautifully in CP soap. I purchased it to add to my line of Christmas/Winter products, to be that something different besides spicy/woodsy notes that are so common. I love how this smells, but I'm not sure marketing it as a "Snow" or Winter scent is very accurate. It smells exactly like laundry detergent, and I just can't sell it as part of my Winter line, which was a bit disappointing. I can repurpose it as a clean scent, but was really needing a Winter scent when I ordered. A little bummed.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Mandolyn! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. If you're looking for winter scents, you may like Winter Grapefruit Fragrance Oil, Winter Gardenia Fragrance Oil, or Winter White Fragrance Oil.

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