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Yuzu: Based on the Japanese fruit of the same name our Yuzu is a fresh and sparkling citrus. Sticks beautifully in cold-process soap with a scent that lasts. Thickens slightly in liquid soap, but stays clear.
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This fragrance was reformulated OCtober 2014 and is now phthalate free!
NOTE: This medium-flashpoint oil (145ºF) cannot ship via USPS regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout.
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This fragrance works wonderfully in cold process soap. No problems at all, but even at the maximum allowed, this fragrance faded to a very light scent after a few weeks of cure. There is hardly any scent left at all. Just my experience.
Kelsey from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Amy! I'm so glad the Yuzu Cybilla Fragrance Oil worked wonderfully in your cold process soap! Though I'm sorry you found it to fade after a few weeks. In our tests and recipes this scent stayed strong when used at 0.8 oz per pound of cold process soap, found using our Handy Dandy Fragrance Calculator. We also choose all of our fragrance oils based off of a full 6 week cure time, so you may find the scent starts to strengthen after the full cure. Also, for more information on how to prevent this in the future, check out our How to Prevent Scent Fading in Soap blog post.
And I absolutely love this fragrance. I can't even describe how much I love it. So I ordered more😌
LOVE THIS SMELL. It is nice to smell a different but pleasant citrus smell! Imagine if a tangerine and a grapefruit had a baby! Also every time we have used this in our CP soap it has not decelerated, riced, or discolored! We are very pleased with the FO!
It's hard to describe the exact scent quality that Yuzu is, at times it smells like lemon, lime, grapefruit, and orange. It is a mild citrus scent that is perfect by itself or blended with others.
I made this into a CP soap and it behaved very well. No problems. I also made some sugar scrubs and bath bombs with it and those worked out well too. It's hard to pick a favorite really, but this is up there at the top of the list.
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