Flame Tree fragrance oil is an exotic blend of lemongrass, sandalwood, lemon tree, fire tree, myrtle, bergamot, ginger and orange blossom. It is almost sweet smelling with a spicy kick. Compare to Lush® brand Fire Tree™
Tested 6/14/18 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. Slight acceleration. Instant orange discoloration. This is one of my favorite fragrances, and when testing in soap I am reminded why. It deep and mysterious, earthy, resinous and sexy! The orange color compliments the notes and name of this fragrance.
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Acceleration in Cold Process
Discoloration in Cold Process
Yes - Orange then turns medium brown
Candle Use Rate
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Smell really good but it does cause acceleration. I barely got it in the molds in time. Just make sure you are ready for it and account for it in your design. My recipe doesn't allow for a lot of wiggle room either.
Flame Tree Fragrance Oil
It smells soo wonderful ! This is going to be one of my best sellers for men .
This smell inspired a new bath bomb. I love it!
So Happy I Bought This!
I saved this scent until I decided on the “perfect” soap recipe for it - sorry I have not tried it sooner. The description is perfect: earthy, spicy, warm and citrusy at the same time. The sandalwood makes it special, this will be a regular offering to my customers. Thanks, Nurture Soap!
Very tart, yet earthy....hard to describe but it's wonderful! Used in Cp / room temp, slight acceleration toward the end, but no major problems! Be prepared to use orange in your design as this oil will immediately turn your batter orange. I left small portions of the batter unscented so I could add greens, blues, & browns.