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Juniper Sage: Crisp, clean, brisk and sporty, this fragrance is a great scent to use if you're trying to capture the feeling of a snow-covered ski slope but just don't want to use mint. A blend of the evergreen tree, Juniper and aromatic Sage, this is a duplication of Garden Botanika's "Clean Slate". This fragrance has supporting notes of Bergamot, Geranium and Amber.
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Love love this scent - reminds me of the scrub forests in Arizona. Accelerated my trace like crazy, but I was prepared for that thanks to other helpful reviews! Glopped it into the molds with no problem. However, it rose in the middle and cracked, and then somehow went through gel phase! I make milk soaps and consequently work at quite low soaping temperatures - this has never happened before! 4 hours later the soap was hard as a rock in the mold - still sliceable with effort, but waaaay too hard to stamp (or even dent with fingertips!) Maybe this scent is a bad combo with milk soaps - does anyone have any ideas?
The Juniper Sage is a great smell, well balanced between fresh balsam and a sweeter undertone (I'm guessing that's the geranium). I expected it to be a bit drier on the nose with the sage, bergamot, and amber, but the lingering sweetness is nice.
This scent grabbed me by the nostrils and dragged me through memory lane. Somewhat perversely, it reminds me a lot of the ladies' room at the country club where I grew up - but don't let that be misleading, it was a very nice ladies' room! Everything about this smell reminds me of cleanliness and luxury.
It also behaved magnificently in cold process - it didn't discolor at all, didn't make my batch accelerate or rice, and I wound up with a smooth, lovely bar of soap.
A very refreshingly clean scent that is bright and ozone-y. I have many FO and this is one I find myself reaching for. Makes a great unisex scent on it's own, and just like gin, makes a great "mixed drink" of a soap.. I liked this with any type of citrus, especially Meyer Lemon and/or Grapefruit and even Anjou Pear. This is a very versatile scent. I plan on mixing this next with Anise and Beau Brummel along with a few others for an interesting men's soap.
Although this does trace quickly and you need to watch water discounting and temperatures closely, I think it is worth the effort and totally useable. I use this as a mix with another scent to create a unique popular scent with my customers. I make a solid color soap with no swirling, but it is a beautiful scent. Room temperature soaping works the best for me when using this scent, and go easy on the stick blender. But again, worth it!!
A very sharp and piney scent. I wasn't to crazy about this fragrance alone. Blended VERY well with the lavender chamomile,dragons blood anddddd a tiny bit of sandalwood.
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