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Cedar and Saffron: Fragrant cedar is infused with the sensual smoky scents of patchouli, sandalwood and vetiver, then topped with Eastern spices and a trace of white musk.
Vanilla Content: 3%
NOTE: This fragrance discolors to a tan in cold process soap.
Liquid Castile Testing Notes: We tested this fragrance in our liquid Castile soap base, we recommend making a small test batch just to be sure you like the results. Thickens to solid in initial mixing. Discolors to amber. Not reccomended in liquid soap.
This fragrance is phthalate free!
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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I just got done making a batch of solid lotion bars, using this scent for the first time. Actually, this is this is my first time ever ordering from Brambleberry....I am so pleased with this company and with this scent! I think it's a great scent for a man or a woman. I ordered a few more fragrance oils and I can't wait to test them out after smelling this one. As a side note, I really appreciate how much time was spent packaging my items before shipping them to make sure everything arrived safe and sound!
I ordered this for my male clients and I was not sure how I was going to like the scent. I loved it, my boyfriend loves it. I havent made anything with it yet though, so not sure on how the performance is, but I absolutely adore the scent. I plan on using it in my liquid soaps for men, so we shall see how that turns out, but so far, I love it.
Several months after making CP soap with this, I still pick up bars just to smell it. It's a great man's scent, but women love it just as much. I used it in a salt soap, and it turned out absolutely beautifully. I'm not sure if this fragrance his a green hue in soap or if it was my pomace olive oil? I didn't add color, but have a beautiful mossy green soap. The smell really sticks. One of my favorites.
I love this scent! Like some of the other reviews said, it is a great smell for men or women. For my 50oz soap mold I used 1.5 ounces of scent and it turned out great..not overpowering and not too mild. It's a beautiful gold/amber color. I will definitely be using this again!
I substituted this FO for my Cedar Wood in a tried and true multi-oil soap blend and I wasn't too happy at the results. It turned the batch into a dark yellow and in one of the two batches the oils didn't completely covert to soap, and was left with a batch that I have to shred down and add it to a new batch. I did another batch with my normal Cedar FO and it created the perfect results I usually expect. Ratios, and amounts of oils were the same. I will drop this scent and stay with my Cedar FO instead.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Eric! I'm sorry you had troubles working with this fragrance. We love our Cedar Saffron Fragrance Oil and did not find it to separate or have problems processing in our tests and recipes. Though, it does discolor to a tan in cold process soap because of the vanilla content. Discoloration is quirky feature of handmade soap you can find out more about in the "Why Did my Soap Turn Brown?" blog post. I will email you personally to help troubleshoot!
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