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Energy: A stimulating blend of Citrus, including Grapefruit, Lemon and Lime, with hints of fresh Cucumber and Jasmine, and a touch of Pineapple, Blackberry and Champagne. Energy is an exciting mix that's perfect for spring and summer. Not safe for gel candles.
In liquid soap, this fragrance oil quickly thickens and turns a very faint yellow.
This fragrance is phthalate free.
Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (159ºF) cannot ship via USPS, regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
Please Note: As of June 2015, this fragrance has been reformulated. But in our extensive and carefully testing we found it works just as beautifully as the original.
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The "old" Energy FO used to be amazing and one of my biggest sellers. Since Brambleberry's reformulation, I now end up with soap that is covered in weird, crumbly soda ash, after being sprayed with 91% isopropyl alcohol. Also, the scent (at maximum usage rate) is completely gone after curing. The only good thing that didn't change was that it did not accelerate and I still had plenty of time to swirl, but the bad definitely out weighs the good on this one. This used to be one of my favorites, and right now I'm looking at a batch that I can't sell, because it smells like nothing, and about 8 ounces of this useless fragrance left in the bottle. I'm so disappointed in this "new" formula.
It smells great, but I can't give it 5 stars because it really accellerates trace. The first time I used it in cold process my original design failed, but the thick batter still worked and the soap smelled great. I also use it in hot process with the strong amount, let the soap cool down some and it HOLDS ITS SCENT even months later. It is also the PERFECT soap for liquid soap.
Thickened trace so fast it was completely unpourable! Fragrance is kind of faint and weak. I wouldn't call it energy!
I don't love it and I don't hate it.
I love this fragrance, but it has only worked well in my HP soap or if I gel my CP. Made a loaf a few days ago and did not gel. came out crumbly. I've noticed it does this with two other fragrances as well. Indian sandalwood and mango. I use two different recipes. My loaf mold is higher in loose oils and my slab mold recipe is about even in loose/hard oils. The crumbling has occurred in both recipes when I don't gel my CP soap. Again, it is great in HP soap.
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