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This seasonal fragrance will only be available while supplies last. It will return again in July, 2016.
Vanilla Forest: Looking for a new and exciting vanilla fragrance? Try our duplication of the popular “Vanilla Bean” by Henry Bendel. It’s a musky vanilla laced with Lemon Leaf, Almond Flower and Vanilla Blossom with base notes of Patchouli and sandalwood. This fragrance does fantastic in cold process soap though you may find it goes a tan to brown.
Vanilla Content: .1%
Flashpoint: 200+ degrees
Photo Attribution: © Can Stock Photo
Could be just me but I am disappointed in this FO. I love BB products but this is not one of them. Very faint scent, not a favorite.
I really like this scent, but I do feel the way others feel about it: it's not a "true" vanilla, but it's not a saccharinely sweet vanilla either. It definitely smells like a "sexy vanilla" the way others have described it, but not something I'm comfortable with using when desiring a touch of vanilla in a soap to complement a sweet or floral scent. I do really enjoy the scent though, it's great in CP & MP, but would also make a wonderful perfume. Pair it with amber & you've got yourself some sensual seduction soap. Wouldn't recommend it with milk & honey fragrance, but it still smells lovely, just not what I'm going for. I'll be buying some other vanilla fragrance from BB though. The name is on point: it definitely smells like a vanilla forest, a combination of earthy forest & sweet, but not too sweet vanilla.
I used the Vanilla Forrest in one of my layers, tilted the mold up on side. Then added a layer with the Oatmeal Stout. I ended up with 2 diagonal sections one of each scent. The vanilla was the creamy tan color and the Oatmeal Stout was the darker beige. It looked like the Black & Tan beer soaps. It was not only beautiful but the scent combo was amazing! This is a great gift for the men and with Father's day coming, I'll be making more! I was so happy with this combination I hope others give it a try! : >
I used this FO for my Christmas soaps and they were very popular. So I thought maybe because it's more of a christmas-y scent ( warm and rich). But to my surprise, it was still a big hit last weekend at our community spring fair! It was my best seller. Reordering this FO =D =D
I try to use all essential oils to scent my Goat milk soap, but this one stole my heart! I bought it as I was trying out vanillas to find one to match with lavender. This one was NOT it! However, it was amazing and I quickly made a soap with it alone. I don't even really like vanilla scents, but this is vanilla gone sexy. It is deep and amazing!
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