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Passionfruit Rose: Passionfruit Rose is an exotic floral that is ideal for refreshing the long hot days of summer. Crisp, sweet, and modern, this fragrance can be used in anything from cold process soap to lip balm! We first encountered it as a lip flavor, but fell so in love with it that we decided to try it in other products as well. Holds up marvelously in CP soap with light discoloration. It will accelerate the trace slightly. As cool and tropical as a tall iced mimosa, this scent will instantly remind you of warm, windy Hawaiian nights. Take a trip today!

NOTE: This fragrance is quite strong in the bottle. Please use a little in product first to decide whether you'll like it!

Vanilla Content: .8%

Flashpoint: 200ºF +

Photo Attribution:© Can Stock Photo

Reviews

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(based on 7 reviews)

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by Britt
on 7/30/2014
lovely exotic floral
I adore this as a lip balm flavor! I thought this would be a "love it or hate it" scent, but so far it's been pretty well received by everyone, which was a surprise. It's exotic and feminine, and appeals to those who love florals as well as those who love fruity flavors. A well balanced, unique flavor.
by Diamond
on 5/30/2014
Just Right
This fragrance combination is perfect!!! I love how the passionfruit and rose balance each other. It does not smell too fruity or too flowery. I had great success with bath salts, sugar scrubs, sorbets, bath fizzies, bath creamers, and lotion bars. I did have to modify my lotion bar recipe in order to preserve the passionfruit and rose fragrance. Will definitely be purchasing a larger bottle in my next order.
by Sue
on 5/3/2014
smells amazing
I am not normally a floral fan but I have always love roses and passionfruit is one of my all time favorite flavors. This combination is Amazing! In the bottle the passionfruit really shines through with subtle rose undertones, however in CP the passionfruit faded leaving mostly rose. However, it smells so good! I can't stop smelling it. I had a lot of problems soaping with this fragrance. I can't say it was the fragrance or my recipe/temperature. The notes said it accelerated slightly so I added the fragrance to the oils before the lye. When I added the lye water it almost instantly turned into the texture of oatmeal. I still poured it into the mold. When I unmolded it oil oozed out of it. I cut it up and rebatched and now I have a gorgeous bars of soap that still smells great! I love the scent so much I want to try it again. Just be prepared for it to be finicky.
by Jennifer
on 4/3/2014
Dragonfruit
I haven't used this yet in my lip balm but right out of the bottle it smells like Dragonfruit. If you have smelled the XXX Vitamin Water... that's the smell. When you open the cap and inhale, first you get the rose but close on it's heels is the dragonfruit scent making it start out earthy/floral that begins to taper off, then comes the dragonfruit (passionfruit) which almost bursts through with a crescendo then tapers again. Can't wait to use it in my lip balm and soaps.
by Krista
on 3/13/2014
Wow. Wow.Wow! a great marriage of scents
on a perfume strip, the passionfruit overwhelms the rose. in fact, i was convinced there was none. then, i made my famous 14 ingredient lip butter, adding some passionfriut pulp, oil, and guava extracts. Even then, the subtle rose came out. My house is filled with this extraordinary marriage of scents, that i, in a million years wouldn't have put together. the tart of the passionfruit is tamed by the subtle, top notes of rose. i literally, just put it up in my shop, with a red tint version, and the response is amazing.
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