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Chamomile Bergamot: This wonderful fragrance, based on a Garden Botanika blend ("Very Well"), is a blend, primarily made up of its namesakes, Chamomile and Bergamot. Not content to be a two-note blend, this fragrance also contains notes of Tangerine, Pettigrain, Sage, Geranium and Moss. These wonderful notes (all fantastic on their own, but serendipitous in this mix) make for an herbal-ly, balancing scent - just begging to be mixed into a batch with lots of dried herbs.Read about the therapeutic qualities of Bergamot and Chamomile here.
Vanilla Content: .1%
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. Mixes in nicely. Perfectly clear and very slightly thickened.
This fragrance is phthalate free.
Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (156ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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I bought this fragrance upon suggestion by BB customer service. I wanted something bright but relaxing without lavender in it (per customer request). I just tested this out in my shampoo and conditioner at 2% usage and its perfect! I am normally a sweet smell person, but this is a great balance of herbal and citrus-y. I am looking forward to trying it out in soaps and lotions, would make a great solid lotion scent!
I am a fan of this unique FO because of its bright, fresh smell--not like juicy tart citrus kind of bright, not like linen fresh--but an herbal-citrus-green fresh. I can definitely pick up on the Petitgrain, which adds that green-orange note. It has worked great in both MP and CP for me.
I'm not a huge fan of this on its own. It's not bad, just not my cup of tea. Mixed with the orange valencia EO, though, it's perfect. A slight increase of citrus makes this smell warm and cleaner.
I think I have a problem because I keep sniffing the soap I made with this FO. I bought a fairly large bottle without having ever smelled it because it was on sale. So I took a chance and I am certainly not upset about that. It is more citrus I would say than chamomile. It is sophisticated, not necessarily for the adolescent demographic.
One of my favorites so far. As another commenter said this mixes well with citrus scents. I like to mix it with lemon cake. Both young and old like it.
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