Sleeping Angels: This glorious fragrance is fresh, flowery and green with notes of Rose, Muget, and Musk. Delicate and floral, it's a great addition to any soap line! One customer wrote in and said, "I just wanted to let you know that I used the Sleeping Angels FO in it and I love it! It smells great. Like a cross between a baby and a field of flowers."
Check out some of these Crazy Lime Blends using this fragrance!
<p >NOTE I: This fragrance does accelerate trace in cold process (CP) soap, so don't discount your water at all and make sure to add at thin trace, after you've added your colorants or herbs. <p >NOTE II: Iron Oxide colorants run the risk of turning this fragrance brown as they react with a component in the fragrance. Please do a test batch with your colorantprior to making a big batch to ensure that your soap stays the color you intended.
This fragrance contains phthalates.
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
Photo Attribution: © Can Stock Photo
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Jeanette! This is quite a delicate fragrance, so you may need to add more to your perfumes or anchor it with a middle or base note. We just love how it smells and suggest blending it with
Arabian Spice Fragrance Oils
for a nice tropical blend.
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