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Description 

Grapefruit Lily: Light, romantic and airy, this fragrance is a wonderful scent to use with lotion bars or as a perfume. Of course, like all of our fragrances, it's great in soap too! This blend is heavier on the Lily than the biting notes of citrus and makes for an ethereal sensation! This fragrance was inspired by a painting by Dori Spector called "Grapefruit and Gift."

This fragrance contains phthalates.

Flashpoint: 200ºF +

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Reviews

Average Rating:
(based on 9 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 9 Reviews:

by Happy Girl
on 8/7/2014
5 stars for the smell and 2 for CP acceleration
I really like the smell of this one. But I would not call the acceleration in CP soap mild by any stretch of the imagination. It turned to thick lumps immediately. So I would recommend barely mixing your lye solution into your oils before you add the scent and forget coloring with multiple colors. Definitely do not get anywhere near trace before you add the scent. I soaped at 100 degrees and did not use butters. Smells great though. I would like to add to my earlier review that using 57 percent or higher of olive oil in your recipe should solve the acceleration problem as olive oil is extremely slow to trace. I do not normally use quite that high of a percentage of olive oil in my recipes. I will try this scent again as the fragrance is lovely.
by Steven
on 8/1/2014
Soap
The smell in cured CP soap smells more like a 'soap' smell than a strong floral scent. It is decent, but I'm not getting any strong notes of lily or grapefruit. Maybe I need to try a stronger concentration?

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Steven! I'm sorry this scent wasn't your favorite. In cold process soap, you can add .64 oz of fragrance per pound of soap for a strong scent. Also, citrus scents like grapefruit can be lighter in soap. You may like some of these Grapefruit Lily Blends. I'll be emailing you personally to resolve this issue!

by Theresa
on 7/29/2014
Grapefruit Lily
This fragrance has been a standard in my soaping and in my house ever since the first batch I made of it several years ago. It's my husband's favorite fragrance and I found that it sells well to men as well as women...I color and name it differently to appeal to the guys, as some men are turned off by the idea that it's "floral". The clean wonderful scent appeals to everyone and it's one of my best selling soaps. It accelerates in CP a bit, but quite manageable. I've actually swirled a couple of times, but decided that it was just fine as a solid color.
by Elin
on 4/20/2014
Lovely fragrance but BEWARE! Seizes big time in CP
I would not recommend using in CP soap as it seizes the soap immediately. First batch was my bad as I was using beeswax (beeswax and lilies are a baaaaad pairing for well behaved soap). Next batch though without beeswax and soaping at 110 still seized within seconds. I would use this in MP soap only.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Elin! I’m sorry to hear this fragrance oil misbehaved. In our tests we found that this fragrance resulted in mild acceleration, which is common for floral-type scents. I will be emailing you to help troubleshoot why you may have experienced seizing.

by Tadra
on 3/16/2014
Great!
This smells so good! Ruby red ripe juicy delicious grapefruit with a slight hint of floral.
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