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Ginger Ale: Formerly known as Ginger Fish (Primal Elements Type). You've asked us for years to get this fragrance and we finally found a spot-on duplication. This fragrance is all sparkly with top notes of Lime and Lemon, followed by a heart of Ginger, generic fruit notes and a dry down of Musk. Ginger Ale smells just like a really citrus ginger ale. It's fresh, it's happy, and hip.
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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I made cold process soap with this yesterday. It is a light fresh scent that does smell like ginger ale/ Sprite. I don't yet know how it will stick, but I recommend going heavy on the fragrance. No problems with acceleration
love the versatility of this one in blends, but also nice on its own. And never makes trouble in the soap pot!
This might be my favorite scent. I originally got it as a free sample (when it was still called ginger fish), and it has since become one of my staples. I think it smells better than real ginger ale!
I thought it smelled ok oob, but after cp soaping it I was disappointed. I felt it gave my soap a stale smell, like old soap that is about to get rancid. And maybe it's me, but I just don't smell the gingerale.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Hayley! I'm sorry you were disappointed in this fragrance. We love the fun effervescence of our Ginger Ale. If you're looking for other ginger scents you may like Ginger Lime Fragrance Oil, White Tea & Ginger Fragrance Oil, or Ginger Patchouli Fragrance Oil.
Love this FO. It soaps well, and smells fresh and fizzy exactly like a bottle of Ginger Ale. I'd put this one in the Willy Wonky category, that is, how did they bottle straight Ginger Ale? Wonderful. Magic!
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