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Eden's Garden: White florals, Lily, Gardenia, Narcissus with notes of orange and lemon and a soft hint of green. This is a very nice delicate scent that blooms in CP soap.
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. Thickens very quickly almost solid when mixed. Final soap is clear, but almost solid. Not reccomended for liquid soap.
This fragrance was reformulated May 2014 and is now Phthalate Free!
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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I found this scent to be beautifully clean with a top note of floral. Really a classic scent I think a lot of customers would gravitate towards.
I was really excited to smell this. Two of my favorite flowers are lilies and narcissus, however I was really disappointed in this. It smelled very artificial and not what I have come to expect of BB. To me this smelled like a cheap perfume where all of the notes run together.
I bought this to use in candles and M&P soap because I love Gardenias. So far, I have added it to soy wax for candles along with some of a grapefruit bellini sample I was sent. The results were great. This oil has a nice, soft floral scent that is not too overpowering. It went well with a little of the grapefruit bellini. I love it and plan to use it in soap next.
OOB this is somewhat floral and sweet, once in soap (CP) it changes quite a bit to quite a faint scent best described as "fresh" reminds me of dove or something like it. Quite plain but smells clean.Does not accelerate.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Marija! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. We love the delicate blend of white florals in our Eden's Garden Cybilla Fragrance Oil. If you're looking for other white floral blends you make like White Rose Fragrance Oil, Neroli & Shea Blossom Fragrance Oil, or Jasmine Dreams Fragrance Oil.
I love this fragrance. I used it in deodorant. I'm planning to make my own candles and I was wondering would I be able to use this in candles? I wasn't sure because it doesn't state it in the description but then I noticed you had a few candle and soap fragrance oils so then I was a little confused.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Bea! I'm so glad you love our Eden's Garden Cybilla Fragrance Oil! We do too! Any of fragrance oils can be safely used in candles. Though, because the fragrance oils are not specifically designed for candles we do recommend making a small test candle to make sure you like the burn scent and fragrance throw. For other candle options check out our Skin Safe Candle Fragrance Oils, specifically created for candles!
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