Our Cavalier fragrance oil is the epitome of man. Strong, sexy, bold, and masculine. This scent is perfect for men's products (and women will love the way they smell)! This fragrance is the smell of spice and cedarwood with light notes of bergamot and zest. It is a classic clean and manly scent.
Tested 6/13/18 by Carrie T. (owner) 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, and may have slowed trace a bit. Really wonderful to work with!
Orange Zest, Clean Notes
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Absolutely love this fragrance! Works great in CPU soap. Did not have any issues with accelerating or discoloration and the guys love it!
Just made soap with this fragrance and all I have to say is WOW! My grandson came to visit as I was cleaning up and he commented on how my work area smelled so nice! No acceleration seen. Worked great!
Love love love
I originally got this in a men’s fragrance sample set. I ended up buying more because it smells SO wonderful! It’s a strong men’s fragrance that sticks so well in soap (and it leaves a slight fragrance behind on the skin). I make my husband use it because I love the way it smells as does he.
Behaved beautifully with no ricing, no acceleration and no discoloration.
Fresh and Clean
This is a lighter scent than Anarchy. It is a fresh and clean smell, not sweet at all, total opposite of Anarchy. Still a nice scent for a man. No issues during my hot process cook. Will purchase again.
One of my best selling scents, both men and women love it! Works great with my cold process recipe, even using the heat transfer method.