Ylang ylang, tonka, rose and jasmine comprise The Grim Reaper fragrance oil. It is a fully indolic jasmine festival for the nose. If you love indolic jasmine, you will adore this scent! It is unabashedly floral, pungent, and strong. Compare to Lush® brand Death and Decay™
Tested 6/28/18 by Carrie T. (owner) 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. Very slight acceleration to the point of almost having none. I was really surprised with it being a heavy floral. Really easy to work with.
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Omg this smells so freaking amazing. I missed it with all souls fragance and it was so good. My mom took all the soaps😂😂 but it made her happy so is good too jijiji
I think it smells to nice to be cslled grim reaper. Worked so nice on my cp soap had lots of time to work my swirls.
I love this scent! I use this in my activated charcoal soap and this is a best seller.
Jasmine scent without doubt ;) Will order again!
The Grim Reaper
The scent is spot on for the description. I used in CP soap at 79 degrees with a very loose oil combination. It did accelerate fairly quickly. I added FO to oils before lye. No ricing, but it did accelerate. Was able to quickly swirl first half of pour, then plopped the rest on top and mounded. All in all, I will use again, but will be prepared with a different design for the soap. :)