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Kamahido
8/5/2017
Need another bottle of this!

Sold quite well. Just ordered a second 1 lb bottle.


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Katrina
4/20/2017
windex smell in cold process

This smells amazing out of the bottle. I did a basic cold process recipe. I think I did it a relatively low temperature but it's been buring for 10 days and it smells very much like windex. Hoping it changes after a full size weeks. Maybe my temps were to high.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Katrina! I'm so glad you loved the smell of our Apricot Freesia Fragrance Oil out of the bottle though I'm sorry you weren't happy with the results in cold process soap. We do recommend working at lower temperatures with this fragrance as well as keeping it from gel phase since it will morph or burn off as noted on the product page. For more information on gel phase check out our When to Insulate Handmade Soap blog post.


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Munimula
3/27/2017
Not for me in CP

This fragrance smelled promising out of the bottle; fruity, soft. Made a basic recipe cold process batch and soaped below 100 degrees F. However, after cure it smells almost "chlorinated" to me. Not fruity or pleasant. Perhaps after it cures a bit the scent will mellow, but, as for now, I can't say I like it.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Munimula! I'm sorry you had that experience! We love the fruity floral blend of our Apricot Freesia Fragrance Oil though we do choose all of our fragrance oils based on a full 6 week cure as they sometimes fade or morph a bit in the beginning. You may end up liking it after curing! If you're looking for other fruit/floral blends you may refer Rose Quartz Fragrance Oil or Blooms and Berries Fragrance Oil.


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Julie
1/25/2017
A Winner!

I used this fragrance in my goat's milk hand cream, and people went nuts for it. Even guys seemed to like it.


Belinda
5/25/2016
Why did I wait?

I've had this sample sitting in my fragrance box for years. Literally years. Yesterday, I was trying out brine bar recipes and since the batch was so small, I grabbed this sample. It seemed pleasant enough. I was soaping cool and since it was a brine bar, didn't do anything fancy with color, I just soaped cool and poured it at thin trace. The other soaps I made were strong fragrances so I didn't really notice this until a few minutes ago. Heavenly! I smell the apricot, but the freesia cuts the sweetness with an almost herbal edge. I'm very happy with this one!

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