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Winter White Fragrance Oil: If you lived in the North Pole and walked out of Santa’s Workshop and took a deep whiff, what would you expect to smell? Winter White is designed to invoke a subtle twist on clean air mint with notes of Spearmint, Peppermint and exotic Water Mint. Of course, at Santa’s Workshop, you won’t be surprised to find a few notes of Chocolate and Hot Cocoa wafting out of the windows as well. This blend is finished up with a beautiful soft dry down of Vetevyr and delicate West Indian Vanilla. Because of the sweeter notes, this fragrance does discolor in all soap (though vanilla color stabilizer can decrease this). This fragrance performs beautifully in CP.

Vanilla Content: 7%

Flashpoint: 200ºF +


Average Rating:
(based on 9 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 9 Reviews:

by Rachel
on 10/20/2014
Such a perfect winter fragrance
I did see the above "acceleration" posts and decided to use it for other products. I recommend that! If a fragrance seems to move fast, keep in mind it has other uses. This is a GORGEOUS blend in my winter perfumes and even body butter. I am in love. It's wonderfully peppermint and reminiscent of candy and santa. :)
by Heather
on 10/20/2014
LOVE! this is my new favorite
I love almost all of the fragrance oils I have purchased so far but I think this might be my favorite. I have made some hot process soap, cold process soap and also some lotions and they all smell AMAZING! In CP soap it was perfect, a smooth and flawless pour - LOVE!
by Cynthia
on 10/19/2014
Move quickly!
I just made my 2nd batch with Winter White- I just LOVE the complex scent. BUT, like the 1st batch, this accelerated much too quickly for my taste. I soaped at 100 (oil and lye water). Although I enjoy the scent, I can't move fast enough and hence, will not be using this f/o again.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Cynthia! I'm sorry this fragrance oil wasn't your favorite. In our tests and recipes we have not experienced acceleration with this fragrance oil. Other factors, like the use of castor oil, honey, and higher temperatures, can cause acceleration. I'll be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot!

by Brenda
on 10/18/2014
Rough Winter
I was intrigued by the description and other reviews of this scent. I planned a zebra swirl with a blend of palm, olive, coconut, castor oils; clays and indigo for color, 5% super fat. I divided at light trace, added scent and it began to thicken. I barely got the color added and it was obvious I was dealing with ACCELERATION. Fortuanately, some of my most failed batches turn out to be popular. My clients seem to like the rough globbed on tops so I try not to panic. I fight the desire to immediately run another recipe, different scent of course. This fragrance gets a big letter "A" in red on the bottle!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Brenda! I'm sorry this scent wasn't your favorite. In our tests and recipes, we found that this fragrance doesn't accelerate. There are other causes of acceleration though, like olive oil - pomace. I'll be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot!

by Vickie
on 10/14/2014
Soft warm fragrance
I have yet to use this in my soaps, when I got my package I had to open and smell everything. Instead of putting the fragrances back in the packing material I just laid them back in the box. While walking out to my car after work I almost lost the box, I saved it but.... the bottle of Winter White flew threw the air and hit the pavement and shattered. Needless to say, areas of the parking lot at work have a wonderful smell in the air. If the parking lot smells that nice, I'm sure a soap with this fragrance would have to be wonderful!!
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