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Pineapple Cilantro: This glorious sweet fragrance is toned down beautifully by the addition of an unlikely herb: cilantro. Ripe pineapple juices are complemented with coconut shavings, bursting orange notes and sparkling cilantro. Warm vanilla and mists of musk complete this zesty aroma! This fragrance lasts extremely well in cold process soap and can be used as a straight pineapple; the cilantro note is very mild and subtle. This is a light fragrance in cold process soaps, so if you really want it to pop in your cold process recipe, be sure to add a little extra, up to .9 ounces per pound.
Vanilla Content: .03%
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NOTE: Does not smell good in paraffin based waxes when burning.
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This scent is my new obsession and it has me longing for summer! Definitely much lighter on the cilantro, as the description says. However, it is the most perfectly accurate pineapple scent. Like you just juiced a fresh pineapple that has been warming in the sun all day.
I so love this fragrance - I can't wait to use it.
Sweet! Pineapple Cilantro is well behaved in cold process soap, no discoloration, no acceleration. It's fabulous for complicated swirl techniques. I've longed for a sweet blending FO that doesn't discolor brown like Bramble Berry's wonderful array of vanilla-based scents. Try lemongrass EO + Pineapple Cilantro: Fabulous. Pineapple Cilantro is indeed light in CP soap--use more than your nose tells you that you need--and then, it pops!
I was intrigued by the Cilantro part, and even though it is quite faint, if noticeable at all, this is still a super sweet pineapple scent. I LOVE IT!
I'm not one for fruity scents, as they tend to smell fake to me, but this was SPOT ON as to what a fresh juicy pineapple smells like. The cilantro gives it a little something extra as well. Is great on its own, but I blended with Blackberry Sage and got something quite surprising...a soap that smells like huckleberries! I was able to do some pretty swirls of yellow, green and purple.
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