Dragon Moon fragrance oil is mysterious and ethereal. The scent of night-blooming flowers in ancient woods is complemented by Spanish moss and garden herbs. A touch of musk finishes off this blend.
Tested 6/28/18 by Carrie H. 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. No acceleration. Soaped perfectly.
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This worked wonderful with my recipe. No acceleration at all. I am pleased with the results in my CP soap and smells amazing. Check out my YouTube video @ (Pixie Suds) and see the entire process of both Dragon Blood and Dragon Moon fragrance oils.
AWFUL scent, but behaves well.
I took a risk on this one and regret it! This fragrance's profile is very misleading, and so are all of the reviews. It smells like old lady perfume + expired lotion + baby powder + fake flowery musk. It's super strong, artificial and powdery smelling, and just 100% opposite of everything I want in a scent. I hated the it straight out of the bottle, and it only slightly improved once added to my CP. Fingers crossed it continues to get better with curing, and thank goodness I only bought 2oz!
Smells good. Floral but musky at the same time.
Beautiful Scent but Mellows out
My initial thought opening it was the oob was strong, which is something I look in my scents as my customer base likes strong scents. The scent behaved beautifully and my husband and daughter really liked it. I'm on the fence about it. The strong scent mellowed out in the CP and now all I get are wisp of a very beautiful, intriguing light floral. I just wished it smelled as strong as it did OOB.
Very nice indeed
This scent was great for a unisex soap. No acceleration. So far the smell has held in it.