Infamous fragrance oil is amazing. It's sweet and sultry and even just a bit powdery, with a strong floral aroma that is mysterious and enchanting. In soap, this fragrance smells like cotton candy, but even better! Compare to Lush® brand Rock Star™
Tested 6/15/18 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. No acceleration. Soaped perfectly.
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This is the best LUSH dupe that I’ve found. It’s perfect!
I got this one based on recommendations, and it smells very cheap and bad. I really super dislike this one.
This fragrance oil behaved well in CPOP soap, there was no acceleration as described. I used 1/2 tsp TD in my lye water to prevent a slight brown discoloration and I ended up with the perfect "bubblegum" pink using neon pink pigments. The finished soap bars smell like a mix of bubblegum with a touch of play doh (in a good way). After washing it leaves a candy-like scent....almost like strawberry twizzlers. I have never used Lush Rock Star soap so I can't comment on the similarities but I do like it and think it will be a big hit with the kids, tweens and teens.
Right out of the bottle, this smells divine, sweet but not sickly. Reminds me of the perfume called Diesel for women. Will see how it goes in my CP soap.