L'huile parfumée Butterfly Garden sent le printemps ! Notes de tête de thé noir, mandarine, cyclamen et feuille de bananier. Notes de coeur d'orchidée et de mimosa français et notes de fond de lait de coco et de musc. Imaginez-vous marcher dans une prairie par une chaude journée de printemps avec des parfums d'herbe fraîche et de fleurs sauvages qui vous entourent. Ce parfum sent juste comme ça ! Propre, frais, floral et légèrement herbacé.
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Oh my goodness! Butterfly garden smells amazing! It’s a lovely, soft floral scent. If you love Persephone’s Kiss, then you will love this one, too! I used this fragrance in my cold process soap, and while some of the reviews had me worried for a bit because some had stated that it caused acceleration and ricing, it was actually the opposite for me. I had no problems with this fragrance at all. No acceleration, no ricing, no discoloration, no separation, and perfect pour. I soaped at 90 degrees, and I had plenty of time to make gorgeous swirls. This fragrance is a keeper! ❤️
This scent was a nice fresh smell, however, did misbehave in my cold process soap. It accelerated immediately as well as riced. Luckily I was able to save it!
I soaped at around 100 degrees. If people enjoy it I will try again at a lower temp!
It is nice if you like floral scents
This Fragrance always accelerates on me, fast! It's a lovely scent, and one of my favorites, but I wish the claims were honest. I hadn't used this scent in a long time and went by the bottle and wasn't prepared. I hope my batch isn't ruined now. I would have worked it differently had I known. I'll definitely mark it on my recipe for next time!
We do report our honest assessment based on our recipe, however not everyone's recipe or soaping temperature is going to be the same as ours therefore not everyone will have the same results! We do note on the description that some customers have reported acceleration when soaping at a higher temperature than we did in our testing (which was 70 degrees).
Riced and accelerated HORRIBLY!
Note: I soaped at roughly 100 degrees (I usually soap between 90-100)
Almost ruined my batch but was able to quickly Save it. Smell is not bad. If people love it I’ll use a simple design and lower temp, but overall probably won’t use often.
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