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Sweet Pea: Our Sweet Pea is delicate and yet strong enough to hold up in Cold Process soap. The Mediterranean Sweet Pea has Pineapple and Plumeria top notes to add a subtle and cheery sweetness to the blend. Sweet Pea also has Strawberry and Clover middle Notes and is rounded out with a deep Creamy Musk and Sandalwood for staying power.

Flashpoint: 200ºF +

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Average Rating:
(based on 6 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 6 Reviews:

by Delores
on 7/6/2014
Cold Process soap and Soy Candles
I just love love this fragrance it performs wells in cold process soap. It also does especially well in scenting candles. I tried it in soy candle wax and it performed well and the scent comes through beautifully.
by Rebecca
on 3/29/2014
Great Scent!
My customers love this scent! It is very sweet and clean, this is the only floral that I like! It did accelerate very fast, so next time I will keep the colors simple.
by Jeanette
on 11/8/2013
Nice floral
This is a nice medium floral that is not too sweet or dry. I use it in making perfumes.
by gwendlyn
on 10/5/2013
Sweet Pea Heaven
This is the most delicious fragrance in my cold process soap. The drying room smells so fresh and delicious. It did accellerate just a little, so now I stir it in by hand.
by Leanna
on 10/3/2013
Used is in bath bombs
I bought 2 oz of the sweet pea fragrance oil to use in bath bombs. I made the baby sprinkle series mini flower bath bombs using sweet pea fragrance and the girlie pink la bomb color. I have to say from the first whiff it was really strong! I was almost afraid it would be too overpowering for such little bath bombs! But once I mixed in the right amount and let the bath bombs harden they turned out great! And a bonus for me: I stores the bath bombs in one of my closets to keep moisture from ruining them and my closet smelled like fresh sweet pea for over a month! But I also kept the jar the fragrance was in with them too so that could be why! Great none the less! I'm going to make MP soap with it next!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Leanna! Fragrance oils will always smell a bit different in the bottle than they would out of it. This is why we always suggest doing a small test on a cotton ball. Let it breathe for a few minutes and then you can smell it. That is typically what you scent will smell like your soap or bath & body products. You can also use the fragrance calculator to get a more precise measurement for your projects!

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