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Coconut Cream Fragrance Oil: It's finally here! After years of trial and error we finally found a coconut that can hold up in cold process soap as well as all your other projects. This coconut fragrance has a rich and exotic blend of notes. The top note is a traditional sweet coconut with mid-notes of vanilla and almond. The fragrance has a well-rounded profile finishing with base notes of papaya and cocoa bean. Coconut Cream fragrance is a huge crowd pleaser and we like to use it for lots of tropical, summer, or coconut themed projects.
Performance In Cold Process Soap: This fragrance does not accelerate but does discolor to a tan color in cold process soap.
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I love this scent!!! It is one of my favorites! I put it in my white candles, and it is absolutely perfect smelling. It smells just like a pina colada!
once i put the coconut cream into my soap it became so thick i did not even attempt to put my colors in i just molded it up i was afraid that if i tried to mix it more it would rune the whole thing i am glad i did i did because as i was filling the 2nd mold and my husband was wrapping the first he said it was already hard set on top i checked and it was at the point i had only seen after 24 hrs of sitting there was no smoothing it out even i do love the smell and will try it again with a smaller batch to see if it was just a flook
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Peggy! I'm so glad you love the smell of our Coconut Cream Fragrance Oil. Though I'm sorry you had a hard time working with it in your cold process soap. In our tests and recipes this scent did not accelerate trace or seize as seen in the Coconut Cream Pie Cold Process tutorial. There can be other reasons for acceleration like soaping with high temperatures or additives; for example, soaping with milk. I will email you directly to help troubleshoot!
I read the reviews and was super excited to try this. I did a combination of coconut cream and 10x orange. The orange did not rush a trace, but the coconut cream siezed. I had 3# loaf (10" mold) and split it between the two fragrances. I opted for a medium sent on the coconut cream, as I want it to hold it's own with the 10x orange. It set up so quickly, I couldn't do my swirl and instead opted for the glop. On a positive note, it smells amazing and I will use it in my other products, but i doubt I'll try soap again.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Susan! I'm so glad you think our Coconut Cream Fragrance Oil smells amazing! Though I'm sorry you had troubles working with it in your cold process soap. In our tests and recipes this fragrance did not accelerate or seize as seen in our Coconut Cream Pie Cold Process tutorial. There can be other reasons for acceleration like soaping with high temperatures or additives. I will email you to help troubleshoot!
This stuff is amazing. It smells great OOB but really great in the soap. I used 3 TBSP in 2 pounds of Luxury Rebatch soap and it smells heavenly. You should smell my kitchen! I might actually bump it up another teaspoon next time as this does die down a bit later, but that amount gives a nice soft Coconut scent. Now my only problem is I want a Mounds!
This fragrance smells just like coconuts and cream to me...A pleasant, mellow scent. It does however heat my soap up and cause it to crack, possibly because I use a lot of harder oils. Next time I add this to a recipe I will make sure to put it in the freezer.Overall a nice fragrance :)
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Stephanie! I'm so glad you like this fragrance! In our tests and recipes, we didn't experience any cracking with this fragrance, as seen in the Coconut Cream Pie Cold Process Tutorial. However, extreme temperature changes or a lot of butters or hard oils in your recipe can cause cracking. I'll be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot!
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