Description

Nurture Soap's V type fragrance oil was inspired by the original V perfume by Lush®. Even if you're a Lush® fan, you probably haven't heard of this scent. It is extremely (and we do mean extremely!!!) rare. It is an intoxicating blend of clary sage, cedarwood, bergamot, clove, labdanum, and violet leaf. We found the original perfume from someone that had been collecting them for years. We were so lucky to get our hands on this fabulous fragrance! The first sniff of this fragrance is violet, but it's so much more. It has a smoky depth to it that is that is almost sweet, but not quite. This fragrance is truly exceptional!

This is a fragrance oil and essential oil blend. This fragrance can ship via FedEx only. Our sample sizes are filled to the top of a 20 ml bottle and vary from .5 to 1 oz.

Soap Usage Lotion Usage Phthalate Free Flashpoint Vanillin Discoloration Acceleration
4.67% .03% Yes 189° F 0.00% Light No

Fragrance testing notes:

All fragrances are tested using the room temperature method. Lye and oils are at room temperature which is approximately 70 degrees. If you soap at warmer temperatures with our fragrances your results may differ from ours. We also use 56% olive in our soap recipes, and our recipe has a hardness of 35 in soapcalc. Using your own recipe will also affect how the fragrance behaves regarding acceleration, etc. Please read reviews for results experienced by our customers.

    Use all fragrances at the recommended rate or below per the provided IFRA documentation. While all fragrances by Nurture Soap® are IFRA compliant, it is the responsibility of the consumer to evaluate them for safety.

    Names and trademarks of duplicated 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. All trademarks will be attributed to the respective holders whenever possible.