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Southern Peach Fragrance Oil – This isn’t your traditional peach; it’s softer, more rounded with some white floral notes and supporting softer tropical notes (think guava, mango and ripe papaya) thrown in to make a complex, sweet peachy dessert scent.
Performance in CP soap: It goes a yellow in CP soap (but you can easily make this work with your design). This fragrance can misbehave in hot soap. Be sure to keep your temperatures below 120F, or it can separate and rice.
Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (185ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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Got this and the cream cheese frosting to make some peaches and cream bath bombs for my friend's birthday and I'll have to make another batch for myself! In the bottle, like most of the fragrances, it doesn't seem like much and even when initially mixed into the bath bombs it was nice but not something to right home about. All they needed was to sit over night and my opinion did a complete 180. It's a sweet scent when mixed with the cream cheese frosting but not sickeningly so. I think there would be a bit more of a slightly tart edge to it without the cream cheese frosting but not in an unpleasant way. The scent is fruity and light in bath bombs that leaves the bathroom smelling amazing for days after without being overwhelming. They turned out so much better than I could have expected and my expectations were already quite high. I'll be keeping this scent as a staple in my collection.
This will make your mouth water, it's so sweet & peachy. I can't wait to make bath bombs with this.
This is the best and YES I will buy again!!!
I made CD soap. Soaped at 100 degrees. It still separated. I fought with it for a couple of hours. Finally success. It turned out absolutely beautifully. It doesn't smell at all like peach in my opinion, after all that, but I love the smell none the less. I would give it a 5 for scent, and a 2 or 3 for difficulty in CP soap. It was worth the trouble though, as it turned out with no visible signs of the separation or ricing and is really lovely.
I was a bit nervous trying southern peach in CP soap, because of some of the reviews and the description, "This fragrance can misbehave in hot soap. Be sure to keep your temperatures below 120F, or it can separate and rice."
To prevent any issues, I soaped at 115 degrees and I heated my fragrance oil with an equal amount of sunflower oil up to about 100 degrees.
The smell is a perfectly peach scent! A must try for summer.
I have not cut the soap yet, but everything looks and smells great!
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