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Addictive Fragrance

This stuff is awesome. Per other reviews, it strongly accelerates saponification. To deal with this, I have found using high water (27% lye concentration) and < 105 deg F soaping temperature helps a lot. At 33% lye concentration you have less than 20 seconds. Finally, making simple bars with perhaps a bit of color "streaking", I found that mixing the fragrance in the mold with a whisk is a great way to reduce issues - buys you time.

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Behavior as advertised

I had very little accleration, but it did accelerate. This fragrance definitely riced, this is the first time I've experienced ricing as a new soaper. I just solidered through and got it in the mold. It smells beautiful.

Not like the gardenia I'm used to

This is not a bad fragrance. The gardenia FOs from Brambleberry and Cybilla both smell the same, but they're not like the fresh gardenia flowers I remember from my days in Florida. To experiment, I mixed in a bit of bubblegum fragrance in my melt-n-pour, and the result was the closest to real thing I've smelled since. I hope the scent artists at Brambleberry can experiment further to get it down perfect, but I thought I'd share my discovery towards the right direction.

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This is my personal favorite fragrance. I always have a bar in the shower and in the bath and it lingers well on the skin. It's very strong, so for a strong scent I use less than your typical 1oz per pound. I've made reed diffusers, lotion bars and cp soap. Performs beautiful in all!

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Smells amazing

I make CP soap with this... and yes it moves fast. Just be ready. But my favorite is the lotion I make with it. I literally followed my daughter around in a department store when she put this on saying 'oh my gosh you smell so good!!" I don't love floral smells myself but WOW, this is amazing.