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Cucumber Melon: Cybilla Cucumber Melon is juicy and ripe, not too sweet and behaves beautifully in CP soaps.
This fragrance is phthalate free.
Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (185ºF) NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (194ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
This is the first cucumber fragrance that I have tried that hasn't been a total nightmare to work with and I am so happy! It's a great smell and it behaves like a perfect angel, I actually had to wait for it to thicken up a bit for my design. I'm so used to getting ricing and seizing with cucumber fragrances and this was a nice surprise. I have a client who orders entire batches of this smell to give to her clients and this oil is going to make my life so much easier, thank you Brambleberry for another great product!
I love this scent. Used it in CP Soap, Sugar Scrub and lotions, even made a body butter bar with it. I never get tired of the fresh and nice cucumber and melon scent. It is not too strong and overpowering and goes nice with any product you may want to make. I will certainly order it again soon!
I sell out of the soap every time I go to a festival. I have noticed that men absolutly LOVE this scent! Kinda weird because I thought it was a women's scent. Whatever, if it sells, I stock it. You will not be disappointed with this fo. It behaves nicly in my cp soap. It did NOT discolor any. Sells as fast as lavender eo soap does.
I received this FO as a free sample and loved it immediately! I would keep around a small amount just to smell as I please and of course I had to buy more of such a wonderful fragrance. It takes me back to eating watermelon airheads as a kid. So yummy smelling! Also, it's very light and not overpowering. I use it in lotion and CP soap both big hits! :)
This scent wasn't over powering. It was a welcoming fragrance I used in my CP soap. I really like this scent and I think everyone else will too.
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