Coconut & Vetiver Fragrance Oil

🌎 Responsibly Sourced
🌱 Vegan & Cruelty Free

Size: 1 fl. oz
Sale price$3.50


MMMMMM... Coconut! Coconut & Vetiver fragrance oil is creamed coconut with bits of almond, milk, vetiver, and vanilla. It smells so good! Compare to Lush® brand Trichomania™

3/25/2020 - This fragrance has been reformulated to accelerate less in soap! The new formula accelerates much less and doesn't act quite so crazy in CP. It did separate in our testing. Read the testing notes for more info.

• Top Notes: Fruit
• Middle Notes: Coconut
• Bottom Notes: Vanilla, Musk

• Phthalate Free: Yes
• Soap Use Rate: 6%
• Lotion Use Rate: 2%
• Flashpoint: 200°
• Vanillin: 8.8%
• Candle Use Rate: 10%

Disclaimer: Names and trademarks of imitated fragrances are the property of their respective owners. These holders are in no way affiliated with Nurture Soap® Inc. Nurture Soap® Inc. uses these names for descriptive purposes only. These names and trademarks are not to be confused with the original fragrance, product, or brand.

Prop 65: This product is not on the CA Prop 65 list of toxic chemicals.

New Formula Tested 3/27/2020: With the Nurture Soap Making Blend in a 33% lye solution with 5% superfat. This fragrance does not accelerate but does separate. I had to stick blend into submission but it poured nicely. It's much better than the old formula but I would recommend it for advanced soap makers. Best if soaped at around 76 degrees and at about 4% of the total oils. It is highly recommended to do a small test batch first to see if this fragrance works with your recipe.

Old Formula Tested 6/28/18: 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. I was prepared for rapid acceleration because of the reviews. I experienced the opposite. For me, this fragrance would not trace. I actually thought I had mismeasured because it stayed liquid for so long. I quit blending because my stick blender was getting hot.

Once I got the soap in the mold, it did set up rather quickly. There seems to be something - most likely temperature - that 'activates' this fragrance.

6/29/18 - I unmolded this the day after testing. The fragrance had heated up so much in the mold that it left a huge hole in the middle. When cut, it leaked fragrance everywhere. This is definitely not recommended for cold process!

• Acceleration in Cold Process: Yes - Separation
• Discoloration in Cold Process: Dark brown

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Customer Reviews

Based on 118 reviews
Love at first smell

My husband loves this scent. He wanted soap, lotion and body wash with this scent

My favorite scent ever!!!

This scent is absolutely delicious! It accelerates but I find you can blend past acceleration! And it stays pretty fluid. I also love mixing this scent with other fragrances like strawberry or rose!

Jacinta Amaral
The Best

Hands-down Coconut Vetiver is a huge hit. I love it and lotions cold process soap’s and sugar scrubs

Smells great OOB

I have yet to test this fragrance in CP. OOB it smells great. A bit worried about trying this fragrance since I noticed some people experienced separation.

Perfect for a body scrub!

It is an amazoing scent, however, take care of discoloration. The soap will turn very brown after a few days, but if you use it in a scrub or shampoo, will be perfect! and customers love it.