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Reformulated March 2016, for improved cold process performance. Exotic Fruit Smoothie Fragrance Oil - This tropical fragrance smells of melons, pineapple, acai berry, ripe nectarine, dripping guava, baobab fruit, pomegranates with herbs, grapefruit, cassis and tropical water top notes. It’s a mix of of all the best fruits of the tropics without any of the calories. It does go a light yellow in CP soap and is a bit light in CP but still deliciously tart, sweet and fruity all at the same time.
This fragrance is phthalate free.
Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (144ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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Used this fragrance last night in my cp soap. Not only does my house smell amazing. All went well, did not have one problem. At least so far, cant wait to cut :)
OOB I was ambivalent but in my soap ~ WOW!! I LOVE IT! I'm glad for once that I didn't read the reviews first. I made salt bars tonight and stirred my fo in because salt bars are quick to set up on me. It behaved beautifully and so far smells amazing.
I really love this FO my soap turn out really nice and smells the bomb! 5 out of 5 with the smell. My soap did accelerate really fast I mean fast but was still able to make wonderful soap. my soap was purple, pink, black and white but the white half turn yellow is the any advice you could give me anne maria to help my soap stay white.thanks
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Keysha! I'm so glad you love our Exotic Fruit Smoothie Fragrance Oil. We did find that this fragrance can accelerate your soap, but I'm happy your soap turned out so wonderful! This scent also discolors to a light yellow as noted on the product page. It's nothing you're doing wrong. I will email you personally to discuss this further.
I tried the exotic fruit smoothie fragrance in cold process soap - a peacock swirl with neon colors. I didn't experience seizing, separation, ricing or applesauce result.
I got into a thick a trace by the time I was done, I was working with four colors in a slab mold, so I can't say if it was accelerated by the scent or just a product of taking a short bit of time to pour the colors, although i think I worked pretty fast. Anything with grapefruit scent seems to accelerate a bit.
I put the scrapings of the "batter" into freezer paper and insulated it, so I wouldn't waste, and couldn't wait to use try it. After a two weeks, I used the it and loved the fragrance.
I made the batch 5 weeks ago and revisited the bars today. There has been significant fading but I still like the scent and, since I already ordered it in larger volume, will try it again with increased amount in the recipe. I love the scent - just wish it had better retention. A little costly for how it performs.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Jeremy! Thanks for taking the time to leave a review. If you found that this fragrance faded more than you would have liked, I would recommend using slightly more next time :). The general usage rate for fragrance oils is .7 ounces of fragrance per pound of soap, but you can certainly use more!
I didn't have the applesauce issues that others described - in fact, I was able to do a very nice zebra stripe swirl, though the soap did thicken on me. However, after a 6 week cure, I can't smell ANYTHING! I am so disappointed! I had my husband smell it just in case being around fragrance oils all the time has desensitized my nose, and he said that all he could smell was soap! I then took a bar in the shower with me to see if the water might help "reactivate" the scent, but still nothing :(. I'm sure this fragrance oil would be awesome in sugar scrubs, lotions, candles, etc...but it just did not stick in cold process soap, and I used the brambleberry fragrance calculator and used enough for the "strong" calculation (I think it was around 3.2 oz of fo for 51 oz of soap).
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Caitlen! I'm sorry to hear that this fragrance faded in your soap! We have always found this fragrance to give a nice smell, so I will be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot why this may have happened. Please look for my email!
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