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All Souls Day fragrance oil is comprised of notes of lime, neroli, and frankincense. Named after the celebration of All Souls Day, this fragrance will put you in the party mood. It is fresh, uplifting, and energizing. Compare to Lush® brand Day of the Dead™

Tested 6/28/18 by Carrie T. (owner) in a recipe of 33% lye solution with 5% superfat at 75 degrees. Recipe is 35% olive, 35% organic and sustainable palm, 20% coconut, and 10% castor. Medium acceleration but very workable. Soap with full water and at cooler temps to avoid acceleration as much as possible.

Phthalate Free Yes
Soap Use Rate 4%
Lotion Use Rate .05%
Candle Use Rate 10%
Acceleration in Cold Process Medium
Discoloration in Cold Process Medium Yellow
Flashpoint 144°F
Vanillin 0%
Names and trademarks of imitated fragrances are the property of their respective owners. These holders are in no way affiliated with Nurture Soap® Inc. Nurture Soap® Inc. uses these names for descriptive purposes only. These names and trademarks are not to be confused with the original fragrance, product, or brand.

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Smells so good!

I've had this fragrance in my cart a million times, only to remove it due to the cost. So many fragrance oils just don't live up to the hype and I don't want to waste my money. I got this one on sale, and now I'm totally willing to pay full price! To me this fragrance mainly smells like a sweet lime, but there is something there that keeps you wanting to come back for one more sniff... I just love it!

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Holy ricing!

Bought this fragrance to all the my fall soap release. Top note is definitely lime. Smells ok, but when I went to whisk it into my soap it riced like crazy! I was able to stick blend it out but then my batter was very thick. I was planning on a layered sunset soap (which a true mild accelerating fragrance is great for) but oh well. This one might turn into 20 lbs of confetti soap :(

Hi Shayna! We're so sorry this happened! We experienced acceleration in our recipe as well. Because fragrance oils will behave differently in different recipes, we highly recommend testing any fragrance in smaller batches before using in larger batches.
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A.L.
Great Scent

The scent is everything that you would think Halloween would smell like. It performed well in CP soap too.

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J.K.
Fruity and Fabulous

This scent behaved pretty well in my cold process soap--slight acceleration, but nothing too drastic. I made a three-layer soap with yellow, orange, and blue. It's still curing, but the scent is holding up well and it's extremely popular with my niece, who stops by to smell my soaps so she can choose her next one before I take them to the store. Someone else mentioned it smells like Skittles, and that might be the closest comparison I've heard.

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The Scent Alone is Worth 5 Stars.

I used this for some big chunky Halloween bars. People haven't even had a chance to smell them yet and they're almost all pre-sold when I tell them they smell like Skittles. The scent did accelerate on me. A LOT! But, I realized after I'd gotten started and already mixed my lye that I had inadvertently put palm oil in the calculation instead of olive oil. (They're next to each other in my system) Yep, the soap I made was almost 80% hard oils! I'm surprised I was able to pour any of it, let alone have it turn out cool. But it did, and it smells fab. So now I get to see what a bar of soap without olive oil in it is like. Glad I added all that shea butter!

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