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Gardenia Cybilla: A springtime favorite scent. Our Gardenia Cybilla is very close to the flower according to our noses. It has a hint of orchid to accent the Gardenia and is a bit sweeter than our normal Gardenia Fragrance Oil. It does accelerate trace in cold process recipes.
This fragrance is phthalate free.
Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (185ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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I have been looking for a gardenia scent without phthalates for a while. The first one I tried was the Winter Gardenia and it was OK. It was gardenia and lots of other things. But this one is GARDENIA! I made goat milk bastille CP soap with it and had very little acceleration. I was able to do a taiwan swirl, no problem
Heaven mixed with the sample of White Rose in my shea 29 melt and pours. Thank you so much.
I used this along with the gardenia flower molds to make soap for my mom for mother's day as gardenia is one of her favorite scents, and she and I both loved it! The scent was great right out of the bottle all the way through to the finished product!
You have 2 Gardenia fragrances & both of these contain phthalates. Can you please start selling one without this please . I have had a thyroid disease since 1987 (i was in the 7th grade when diagnosed) & now i will be 41 this month. I have been having lots of hormone issues lately, just read up on this "phthalates" & relations to my issues. Im also just getting into soap & scrubs making. Please start carrying most or all fragrance oils without this "phthalates" in them please. Thank you! Angie
Reply from Bramble Berry Hi Angie! We are working towards all of our fragrance oils being phthalate-free in the close future and currently most of them are! Though, I'm so sorry both of our Gardenia scents do contain phthalates, they will eventually be reformulated. If you're looking for phthalate-free white florals in the meantime you might like Jasmine Dreams Fragrance Oil, Pikake Flower Fragrance Oil, or Winter Gardenia Fragrance Oil.
I read the other reviews but still wanted to try the fragrance --- my soap batter seized so quickly that I could barely get it out of the pot. The smell is sweet and exactly what I expected but will not buy it again.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Linda! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. It can accelerate in cold process soaps. To help, you can soap a little cooler - around 100 degrees. If that batch didn't turn out how you wanted it, you can save it using this Hot Process Hero method. I'll be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot!
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