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Based on the beautiful fragrance Sunflowers, this is what sunflowers would smell like if they were placed smack dab in the middle of a orange grove in full bloom. With some unique middle notes of jasmine, cyclamen and peach, this fragrance has nuance and charm. Subtle musk and vanilla notes hold up the fragrance making it a beguiling sunny floral that performs well in cold process soap. This fragrance was the #1 favorite of a few of our S.O.A.P. panel participants. It discolors to an ivory and performes well in Cold Process soap and was a real favorite in lotion bars.
NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (178ºF) cannot ship via USPS, regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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Two days after unmolding and I pretty much don't smell anything. I sure hope that the fragrance returns by the end of cure. Right now, I don't smell anything close to what the description says...instead, it is a bit earthy and funky. Fingers crossed and I will amend my review if it does turn out to be anything usable.
This fragrance is so fabulous, I can't believe it only has one review in the last two years! The balance of citrus and floral is perfect in Orange Grove. You get the orange first, but there's something lovely there behind it that makes it so much more. It worked perfectly in my HP soap and I'll be buying a BIG bottle of this in my next order.
I received this in the Limited Edition Floral Sample Kit, and it was my favorite! I'm a big citrus lover, and it was between this and the Sweet Meyer Lemon for my top two. It performed well in CP soap, no acceleration or discoloration; I did a layered hanger swirl with no problem. I can definitely smell both the sunflower/floral aspects along with the citrus, neither one is over-powering. The description of "sunny" really seems to nail it. I hope they decide to keep it!
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