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Coconut Citrus Sorbet: This bright fragrance cleanses your senses with the refreshing notes of soothing lemon, zesty lime, creamy coconut milk and sweet vanilla bean. It's the perfect combination of sweet and citrus that that will make you dream of summer days! This fragrance dies a fast and painless death in CP soap but is stupendously awesome in melt and pour, lotions and all manner of toiletries.
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. Turns white when initially mixed in. Discolors to light tan, opaque.
Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (180ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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Another great FO ! This one will be perfect in
lotions & body butters ! It smells just like a vacation in a bottle ! Just lovely 💞
I live in a Caribbean Island so I runaway from any cliche coconut scent, but this one is absolutely lovely, is creamy, soft, and slightly sweet, to round it up I recommend to mix it with something herbal. I did with mine and is a best seller.
One of my best sellers in perfume and melt and pour. Absolutely love it! Very Bright, balanced tartness and sweetness, but not overpowering, the creaminess tempers it to perfection. Never get rid of this one!
After six weeks of curing, I can't smell this fragrance AT ALL in my finished cold process soap. I wish I had read the comments before I bought this scent. Back to the drawing board I guess. :(
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Mioshee! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. We love the bright scent of our Coconut Citrus Sorbet Fragrance Oil, though it does not last in cold process soap as noted in the product description. It's perfect for melt and pour soap, lotion, bath bombs and all sorts of other projects! If you're looking for a coconut scent that will last in CP soap try Coconut Cream Fragrance Oil.
This smells really nice. I can't say how it performs in soap because I only used it in bath fizzies. I always tend to use a little less fragrance because I've been told (can't use fragrances myself) that they tend to become stronger in the bath. My mother and sister both said that this one really blooms in the water and smells even better than in the dry product. I would recommend this to everyone to try.
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