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Cherry Almond: This fragrance smells strongly of Cherries and Almond. It's so strong that you really don't need to use much to get an amazing fragrance. Not safe for gel candles. This fragrance accelerates and discolors to a light brown in cold process soap.
Vanilla Content: 2.2%
NOTE: This low-flashpoint oil (115ºF) will ship Ground Only, regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout. It cannot ship outside the lower 48 U.S. states or USPS.
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Great smelling fragrance , though you smell more cherry than almond. I didn't really smell the almond until I used it in the shower. A little goes a LONG way and I learned that this scent accelerates trace. I was not prepared for that as my soap started to thicken up before I could pour it. So add this fragrance at the very end.
I use this in my a butter base m&p soap which I add cocoa powder to & it comes out smelling exactly like black forest cake.
I am new to soap making and have made two 7.5 lb. batches/bars of soap using organic EVOO & Coconut oil. After reading the reviews, I used 4 ounces of cherry almond fragrance oil in each batch and couldn't be more pleased with the outcome! I will admit that the fragrance was quite strong, freshly made but quite wonderful after curing. Since it is so strong, using half as much gives me more bang for the buck. I love the smell when I use it.
I used this in a soap for a family member and they loved it and wanted all that I had made.
You need to be cautious with this one. After reading the reviews, I bought the 2 oz. size, and cut it with Oatmeal, Milk & Honey (1 mL to 4 mL to start). It works out really well, and now I'm going to stock up with the larger size, but this will last me a good while. I use it in sugar scrubs, and the smell lingers pleasantly on my hands after using it. It's not perfume-y or candy-like at all.
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