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Coconut: What would the tropics be without Coconut? A true toasted coconut scent. Perfect by itself or in a blend. This scent is so versatile, your imagination is the limit. Discolors soap to off-white and is very light in cold process.
Vanilla Content: 1%
This fragrance is phthalate free.
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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with the phthalate free reformulation I am just not smelling the coconute I used to get from Cyb. It is an ok coconut, just no longer as good. In CP the scent is GONE at cutting, but does come back pretty well with a full cure. Used at 5% in an Olive, Coconut & Palm soap with coconut milk powder.
I've always been 100% satisfied with BrambleBerry fragrance oils, but this one is way too weak! I made H.P. soap, & you really cannot smell it. I used a very generous amount of f.o., but it just doesn't seem to have a scent. I'll have to mix it with something else to get a decent result. Disappointed. Teresa :(
I love the scent of this. It's a true toasted coconut. I got a massage in Hawaii with warm coconut oil and it reminds me of that. But it is so incredibly wimpy and light. I'd love for it to be stronger.
I love this FO! I use it in combination with another scent to make a gorgeous soy candle. It's very light and not overpowering but not too weak to where you don't smell it. It doesn't smell too synthetic either to me and doesn't give me a headache. I am looking forward to ordering more once it gets back in stock.
I love the smell in the bottle and I love it in CP soap IF you use A LOT of it. I am disappointed that it does not stay long or that it requires so much to even get a slight smell in the soap. Love it in the bottle though. Very warm, toasted and buttery.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Meg! I'm sorry to hear this fragrance did not leave a strong enough scent in your cold process soap. We have found this fragrance to leave a nice amount of scent in cold process, but if you prefer a stronger scent, you may enjoy this scent in a body scrub or other project! You may find
this blog post helpful, it contains suggested fragrance oil usage rates for various projects.
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