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Definitely accelerates!

I soaped at 100. Coconut plus some shea. Added fragrance at thin trace... bam... chunks galore. Got it in my mold but not pretty. Love the smell... but I would have liked a warning about the acceleration.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
In our testing the Woodland Elves Fragrance Oil performed well in cold process soap without any acceleration. With just using the Coconut Oil and Shea Butter at 100 degrees I am worried you may have hit false trace. If the the temperature dropped too low for the butters it would begin to solidify them almost immediately. Find out more in our The Truth About False Trace blog post.

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I have been pouring Frazier Fir candles for years but my supplier went out of business this year. I have been searching for a suitable replacement and this is it!!! I absolutely love this fragrance more so than the one dimensional F Fir, it's much more complex and I can't wait to see what my customers think!

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Bobbie Dusek
Smells incredible

I was looking for a forest type scent but not in a sawmill type way and this scent hit the mark. Both men and women think it smells amazing. I can see it being a seasonal smell but it will be great all year long as it is not overly Christmas scented.

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Great Holiday Scent

Used in CP, beware it does accelerate. Soaped around 100 and it moved much faster than I anticipated. Even with that, it smells amazing! I would definitely use it again now that I know what to expect and keep my design simple.

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Smells Good but Accelerated Extremely Fast

I used the Swirl Quick Mix; my lye was at 119 degrees, and my oil was at 116. I brought it to a very thin trace and poured it into three containers. It still looked great after I added the mica , and then I added 1/3 of the fragrance to each container. The soap immediately accelerated, and I ended up throwing out all of it because I couldn't even stir it, much less pour it. I can't figure out what went wrong! I'd greatly appreciate any advice you might have!

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
In our testing the Woodland Elves Fragrance Oil behaved well in cold process soap and should not accelerate trace, especially seizing. There can be other reasons for acceleration like soaping with higher temperatures or certain additives. Customer service has emailed you directly to help troubleshoot.