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Pink Grapefruit: This is the most exhilarating, wake-me-up citrus we've smelled here at Bramble Berry! It is wonderful in cold process soap and just really hangs on. It doesn't fade like most Pink Grapefruit Essential Oils do. A winner that is going to fly out of your shops like you won't believe!
Not suitable for gel candles.
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This fragrance is phthalate free.
NOTE: This is a low-flashpoint oil(124°F) will ship Ground Only, regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout. It cannot ship outside the lower 48 U.S. states or via USPS.
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After reading the description and some of the reviews, I had great expectations. I am cranking out soap for my first craft show and the bars are gorgeous. Imagine my angst when after curing, I can't smell ANYTHING!!! NOTHING!!! Maybe a light scent. My standard scenting is two tablespoons per pound of soap. I plan on labeling the bars...lightly scented bars. I wasted my money and now I have to think of a bar to replace this one with. I rarely do reviews but I figured this was worth my time.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Susan! I'm sorry you were disappointed in this fragrance in your cold process soap. We love our Pink Grapefruit Fragrance Oil and find it to hold well in CP, especially for a citrus. Some fragrance oils do have a tough time holding up in the harsh environment in CP and there are other factors that can intensify fading. For more information check out our How to Prevent Scent Fading in Cold Process Soap blog post. If you're looking for other grapefruit scents you may like Energy Fragrance Oil, Grapefruit Bellini Fragrance Oil, or Winter Grapefruit Fragrance Oil.
I have been using this fragrance for my CP soaps & I mix it 50/50 with Grapefruit EO, the soap smells fabulous and my customers love it... but then I realized that it contains Phthalates, so I had to stop making it. Same thing with the Gardenia....I love the smell and want to continue using them, so can you please do something to remove the Phthalates? I am sure other buyers would appreciate it too. Thanks.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Leng le! I'm glad you think our Pink Grapefruit Fragrance Oil smells fabulous. We love the fragrance too! It's been a customer favorite for years so as we reformulate it to take out the phthalates, it's taking a little longer to ensure that we are getting it just right. Very few of our fragrance oils contain phthalates and we're working to ensure all of them are phthalate free in the next twelve months. Though there are two types of phthalates! The Diethyl Phthalate, the kind used in fragrances, is also known as the "good phthalate." It has been tested extensively and found to be "not harmful," "not a CMR," "not a skin sensitizer," "not a skin irritant" and "not harmful to the environment."
I love this fragrance, it's fresh and not at all heavy. I mixed this with some pure honey fragrance I got as a sample to make a whipped body "frosting" with great results.
This is pink grapefruit with a splash of sophistication. It has a wonderful grapefruit scent without the bite and includes a little green element. It paired very well with Grass Stain. I absolutely love the scent!
Love, love, love this scent!! Behaves very well! But I am finding that when I slice the soap it breaks off in little shelves on the edges. I use the same recipe for all my scents so I am puzzled.
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Kim! I'm so glad you like the scent! Soap can be crumbly for several reasons, including a high amount of butters or extreme temperature changes. I'll be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot!
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