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Exotic Musk: a strong, full bodied musk with a hint of citrus and lemongrass
Performance in Cold Process Soap: Behaves wonderfully in soap, discolors to an off white.
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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I used this in CP. It performed very well for me, I didn't use any colorant not knowing how it was going to behave in my recipe; it turned a creamy light butter color - I would bet that it would be easy to color since it's fairly light.
My husband liked it OTB so I used the 18 bar mold, but it's not selling in my neck of the woods. Personally it reminds me of Right-guard deodorant... nothing exotic there.
I gave it 3 stars because it's easy to work with and behaved well - maybe some that's good at blending scents can make it more appealing.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Terri! I'm so glad our Exotic Musk Fragrance Oil behaved so well for you! Though, I'm sorry it's not your favorite. This scent would blend nicely with Vanilla Select Fragrance Oil, Lavender Fragrance Oil, or English Rose Fragrance Oil.
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