Black Raspberry Vanilla Fragrance Oil

❤️ Responsibly Sourced
🌱 Vegan & Cruelty Free


Size: 1 fl. oz
Price:
Sale price$3.50

Description

Tested 6/14/18 in a recipe of 33% lye solution with 5% superfat at 70 degrees. Recipe is 35% olive, 35% organic and sustainable palm, 20% coconut, and 10% castor. No acceleration. Slow to trace. This is the perfect fragrance oil for swirls and other designs that require a slow-moving fragrance oil.

  • Acceleration in Cold Process: No
  • Discoloration in Cold Process: No

IFRA/SDS/Allergen
Top Notes
Peach, coconut, wild berry, bergamot, strawberry
Middle Notes
Jasmine, rose, and violet
Bottom Notes
Raspberry, sugar, and white musk
Phthalate Free Yes
Soap Use Rate 6%
Lotion Use Rate 2%
Flashpoint 196°
Vanillin 0%
Candle Use Rate 10%

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Customer Reviews

Based on 543 reviews
94%
(513)
3%
(16)
2%
(12)
0%
(2)
0%
(0)
P
P.C.
not satisfied

when i made cold process soap it was smelling good, but after two days when i cut my soap it faded little and now after 3 weeks while my soap is curing the fragrance faded more i can barely smell any .

L
L.
Lovely!

Until now I've been using essential oils to add a scent to my soaps but the scents generally fade so I decided to give fragrance oils a try, and this is the very first one I tried. I used it at 3% in my recipe and was very pleased with the result. Just enough without being overpowering. I generally prefer very light fragrances in anything; this has a pleasant scent, not artificial. It was easy to work with in my cold process recipe; I did not notice any discoloration or acceleration. I will definitely be ordering more of this one and I look forward to trying others.

I
I.
Yum

A lot of companies have this fragrance but here at nurture soaps I think has the best. Smells very good.

C
C.T.
Blackberry Vanilla FO

This has the best smell - used it to make candle favors for my son's wedding
everyone loved the smell

A
A.
Nice!

Perfectly behaved fragrance oil with a prefect berry scent!

Customer Reviews

Based on 543 reviews
94%
(513)
3%
(16)
2%
(12)
0%
(2)
0%
(0)
P
P.C.
not satisfied

when i made cold process soap it was smelling good, but after two days when i cut my soap it faded little and now after 3 weeks while my soap is curing the fragrance faded more i can barely smell any .

L
L.
Lovely!

Until now I've been using essential oils to add a scent to my soaps but the scents generally fade so I decided to give fragrance oils a try, and this is the very first one I tried. I used it at 3% in my recipe and was very pleased with the result. Just enough without being overpowering. I generally prefer very light fragrances in anything; this has a pleasant scent, not artificial. It was easy to work with in my cold process recipe; I did not notice any discoloration or acceleration. I will definitely be ordering more of this one and I look forward to trying others.

I
I.
Yum

A lot of companies have this fragrance but here at nurture soaps I think has the best. Smells very good.

C
C.T.
Blackberry Vanilla FO

This has the best smell - used it to make candle favors for my son's wedding
everyone loved the smell

A
A.
Nice!

Perfectly behaved fragrance oil with a prefect berry scent!