Gardenia – This fragrance is back after a hiatus to reformulate it to meet current soap and lotion standards; with a main single note of Gardenia, this fragrance does have just a hint of rose and tender orchid to accentuate the Gardenia and make it just a bit deeper and more complex. This fragrance does accelerate trace in cold process soap.
Try this fragrance blend using Gardenia and Patchouli.
This fragrance contains phthalates.
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Katrin! If you are looking for another fragrance oil to blend with to make this fragrance a little softer, you could blend it with the
Baby Powder Fragrance Oil or the
Fresh Linen Cybilla Fragrance Oil!
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