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Juniper Sage: Crisp, clean, brisk and sporty, this fragrance is a great scent to use if you're trying to capture the feeling of a snow-covered ski slope but just don't want to use mint. A blend of the evergreen tree, Juniper and aromatic Sage, this is a duplication of Garden Botanika's "Clean Slate". This fragrance has supporting notes of Bergamot, Geranium and Amber.

NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (162ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout. 

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by Emily
on 8/24/2015
Refreshing and Clean
A very refreshingly clean scent that is bright and ozone-y. I have many FO and this is one I find myself reaching for. Makes a great unisex scent on it's own, and just like gin, makes a great "mixed drink" of a soap.. I liked this with any type of citrus, especially Meyer Lemon and/or Grapefruit and even Anjou Pear. This is a very versatile scent. I plan on mixing this next with Anise and Beau Brummel along with a few others for an interesting men's soap.
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by Simply Bright Soap
on 11/21/2014
Nice Scent
Although this does trace quickly and you need to watch water discounting and temperatures closely, I think it is worth the effort and totally useable. I use this as a mix with another scent to create a unique popular scent with my customers. I make a solid color soap with no swirling, but it is a beautiful scent. Room temperature soaping works the best for me when using this scent, and go easy on the stick blender. But again, worth it!!
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by juliana
on 3/28/2014
Sharp Scent
A very sharp and piney scent. I wasn't to crazy about this fragrance alone. Blended VERY well with the lavender chamomile,dragons blood anddddd a tiny bit of sandalwood.
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by Jennifer
on 8/5/2013
Not a true Juniper-Sage
Having lived in Southwest Colorado for 10 years, and having spent many hours in the Juniper-Sage scrub forest, I know what that area smells like. It is warm and dry and "resiny" for lack of a better word. The trees grow slowly and receive very little water. Juniper smells a bit like gin (which is gin's main flavoring) and the sage is not culinary sage, but sagebrush. I used this FO in a cold process soap mixed at room temp. It's about a 40:60 saturated/unsaturated and traces relatively slowly at room temp. I found this FO did accelerate trace. Not a lot of time for swirls with this one. The scent isn't a bad "conifer forest" type scent, but definitely not a genuine juniper-sage scent. Too sharp and piney for that.
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