With a blend of pine and spice and hints of oakmoss, Avalanche fragrance oil is the perfect winter scent! It is a deep and heady scent that works fantastically in soap with slight acceleration noted in our testing. This fragrance will turn your soap brown due to its vanillin content. This is Nurture Soap's version of Winter by Bath and Body Works®.
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. Very slight acceleration and I noticed a bit of chunkiness (separation) when pouring into the mold. Overall not bad at all. I still had a lot of time to make fancy tops with my spoon.
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Such an incredible scent that has been loved my men and women. I use this during the holidays and actually made a mountain soap out of it! I did use VCS for the white portion of my soap since it does discolor. It is a nice FO to work with in CP soap as well. This sells very well for me :)
I absolutely love this FO. I used it in cold process with several colors of mica, the lightest color remained true. No acceleration or ricing. The scent is amazing, will be great for holiday/ winter
soap.(I added the pic to show the colors, probably not the ones I'd use for the holidays, but these were fragrance testers) These soaps are over a year old and the scent is holding well.
Beautiful Christmas scent but also a great fragrance for men
Frosty and Fresh
Really loved this one! No color problems, and it's light and fresh and wintery.
I was having trouble finding scents that hold well in soaps and candles until a friend recommended nurture soaps! This company does not disappoint! These fragrances have an amazing throw in candles and 2 weeks into a soap cure and still holding strong!