Vanilla Color Stabilizer: For melt and pour soap only, this product will keep your soap a nice white or ivory color. Use it with any brown coloring fragrance and you will be thrilled by the results! For best results use at a 1:1 ratio (this means equal parts Vanilla Color Stabilizer to Fragrance Oil). This additive smells horrific (nose-hair-burning) out of the bottle. In soap, we find that the strong odor goes away and it does keep the soap from browning while allowing the original scent (whatever you're trying to use - Vanilla, Chocolate, Butterscotch etc...) to shine through.
NOTE: This product works marginally well in CP soap for 4 to 9 months before the fragrance eventually goes brown and is not intended for use with lotions or other toiletry products.
This fragrance is phthalate free.
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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