Ginger & Lime FO/EO Blend
Experience the exhilarating blend of ginger and lime with our Ginger and Lime Fragrance Oil! Its top notes of lime and orange induce an energizing rush, while its middle notes of apple and ginger evoke a sense of warmth and joy. Finally, its bottom notes of wood create a finishing whisper of exotic allure. Refresh your senses and ignite your spirit with this clean and invigorating fragrance!
Smells really good. Haven't used it yet, but I have a feeling it will be heavenly!
This is one of my best selling soap fragrances. It’s strong without being overpowering and is a nice balance of citrus and sweet.
This consistency falls in one of my top 10 sellers. I do a soap, sugar scrub and lotion in it
Behaved well in CP. Love the smell. Will make this a repeat purchase.
I love love love this one, wish I had known about it earlier. Great unisex scent, I use in body soap and shave soap! Behaves well in CP, and the scent is strong. Very happy with this one
Not only my customers but U also can’t get enough of the Ginger & Lime fragrance. Always a perfect pour in my CP soaps. Wouldn’t be without this one!
After reading all the great reviews, I’m thankful I had no issues. I bought two 1 oz bottles to try it. Used 1 oz bottle with 1 oz lime EO (think I’ll add ginger EO next time) in goatmilk soap. About 70 degrees, frozen milk, ice bath, no problems and I did a thin stripe pattern. Not the best photo but I wanted to share.
I absolutely loved this fragrance. I made a batch of CP soap with this last August and the scent is still strong. I love the lime scent in this and it's so refreshing using the soap in the shower.
The oil behaved well for me during soaping.
I will definitely be purchasing a larger bottle. Hopefully there have been no changes to the scent formulation because I see people mentioning ricing in more recent reviews. So, hopefully my next order will behave the same as it did for me in the batch I made last August.
This fragrance oil accelerated a lot faster than I was prepared for. I have 15% butter in my cold process recipe so can't soap super low (steric spots). I soaped at 100 degrees F, and as soon as I poured the FO in, the parts of the batter it touched got super thick, quick. I was able to whisk it in quickly and pour it in the mold, but it made swirling very difficult and it wasn't thin enough to get a nice smooth top. I put in the max amount (5%) listed and the smell is already fading 3 days later. It smells so good in body butter though and has worked perfectly in that. If I use it again in soap, I will need to use more liquid oils that can be soaped a lot cooler.
Based on all the other reviews, I was prepared for this fragrance to both rice and accelerate. Unsurprisingly, it did both! I use a small percentage of hard oils in my bars, and soaped at 110 degrees F.
Knowing this was going to be a trickier fragrance, I made sure to keep my design simple: one color only! This benefitted me because the second I added the fragrance to my pre-mixed oil/mica mixture, I noticed ricing. I attempted to hand stir it then quickly moved to a stick blender, which seemed to work to get out most of the clumps. This one was an immediate pour into the mold, and at medium trace, it started to accelerate and set up VERY quickly. While I was cleaning my tools (10 min. later) I noticed the soap had started to already go through gel phase and climbed up to 140 degrees F. This is crazy, and I've never seen a soap go through gel this quickly!
I think the end product will be worth it, but this FO is only recommended for intermediate/advanced soapmakers only. The fragrance itself smells fresh and bright, and I think will sell well! Picture below is from 10 min. after making the soap!