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Winter Gardenia Fragrance Oil: In this fragrance, top notes of hyacinth and lily are perfectly matched with sweet floral notes of gardenia and jasmine. The base notes of lilac and peppermint make this a great fragrance for the holidays. Try it in a moisturizing body lotion, exfoliating scrub, or luxurious soap. It gives all your projects a refreshing floral scent!
Performance In Cold Process Soap: This fragrance does not accelerate but does discolor to a light tan in cold process soap.
Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (184ºF) cannot ship USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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One of my very favorites, I've ordered it a few times now.
Mixes well, scent stays through the last bit of suds. So, so nice.
This is a strong, cold, clean, and minty scent. Not a favorite, but my mom and sister loved it. I made M&P snowflake soap with it and they turned out great! No discoloration, just awesome! Thank you BB for all your advice and great customer service!
This is one of my favorite fo's from brambleberry. It is light and clean but also floral without being overwhelming with an ever so subtle sweet to it. It really is gorgeous and wonderful
This is such a clean scent, and has been popular with everyone that has given the soap a sniff. I pick up more mint than floral, but the floral is there giving the FO a neat base note. It also performed well while soaping, and so far (5 weeks) discoloration has been minimal. Be sure to give this a try if you are looking for something different!
Like others have mentioned there's something undefinable about this one but in a good way .
Not overly gardenia, I think I pick up on the hyacinth possibly ? I don't get the mint though that others mention. I'm trying this in soy wax melts & already it's smells great. I think in a lotion this would be very nice !
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