Pikake flowers are the traditional blossoms used for making Leis in Hawaii. This fragrance evokes that sweet welcome as you step off the plane and begin a relaxing, fun-filled vacation.
This fragrance was one of the winners from the Summer 2012 S.O.A.P. panel. It reminded one of the testers of carnation flowers and another tester picked out the jasmine notes. Many noted that this was a deep floral as opposed to a light floral and it stuck in Cold Process soap nicely. Slight yellow discoloration in CP.
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Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Niki! I’m sorry to hear this fragrance was not your favorite. I would recommend giving it a few more days to settle, sometimes fragrances can take a little longer to morph. If you are looking for another tropical flower scent, you may enjoy the Plumeria Fragrance Oil!
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