Orange 10X Essential Oil: Also referred to as '10 Fold' Orange. What's a folded oil? It's a form of concentrating the oil and removing much of the lower boiling components, primarily d-Limonene. The higher the number, the more times it's been folded, or concentrated. Our 10X Orange is folded via fractional distillation. The still filters out the unnecessary components and concentrates all the "good smelling" components that really stick in your cold process soap. Unlike traditional citrus essential oils, this orange will actually smell good in your CP soap after you've made it. Turns CP soap a beautiful bright orange color. We use it at .7 to 1 ounce per pound of soap and it smells juicy, ripe and delicious.
This oil is a photosensitizer so use caution if using in lip balms. Sunburned lips are no fun.
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Distillation Method: Cold Pressed & Fractional Distillation Country of Origin: Canada Botanical Name: Citrus Sinensis Part: Peel
NOTE: This low-flashpoint oil (129 F) Ground Only, regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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The Orange 10x sticks wonderfully and smells great alone or in blends. I never want to be without it, since it adds such a nice kick to so many blends. Try this one out, you won't regret it!
I will always have 10x orange on hand for my CP soap. It adds brightness to a blend, and sticks well
I just made a batch of spa bars using orange 10x eo, and wow! It smells amazing! The color is perfect, the scent is perfect, and no problems whatsoever! Thank you so much for this amazing eo, and I will be ordering more soon!
Great scent! I love this scent alone and as a combination. I combined this scent with Anise Essential Oil as part of the Star Anise bars. Very pleasant. Highly recommended.
This is the only orange I've used that really holds up in cold process soap. I don't put a color with it because it does turn the soap very slightly orange/yellow in color.
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