Plumeria: This is a tropical fruit scent that is great for spring. The smell makes you want to wander onto the nearest plane and go island hopping. It's a sweet ambrosial nectar that is sure to please the most discerning nose. A great addition to any collection! A recent customer wrote to tell us that, "The box [the order came in] smelled soooooo good! I haven't smelled Plumeria FO that I've liked yet, so I'm happy to report that I definitely liked yours." For CP Soapers, this scent moves quickly so be prepared to pour into molds in a hurry.
Try this easy Plumeria blend from Karen Gonzales: "I use equal parts of sweet orange essential oil and plumeria fragrance oil. I call it, Island Paradise. It was an instant best seller!"
Note: Thickens and clouds liquid soap.
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
Photo Attribution: © Can Stock Photo
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Vanessa! I'm sorry you don't think this fragrance is what it used to be. It was reformulated in 2009 to meet new IFRA guidelines. We absolutely never water or dilute fragrances! So while the scent may be slightly different for allergen and safety reasons based on the latest research and safety data, we would never dilute the fragrance. We love the new Plumeria Fragrance Oil and find it to stick well in soap! We recommend using .8 oz of Plumeria per 16 oz of cold process soap for a strong scent, found using our Handy Dandy Fragrance Calculator.
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