Mandarin orange, melon, blackberry, and violet leaf comprise the top notes of Persephone's Kiss fragrance oil, followed by notes of lavender, jasmine, lily-of-the-valley, and nectarine. The bottom notes are fresh honey, oak, and musk. This is one of the best scents we've smelled!
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 fragrance is one of my favorites I use it in everything but mostly cp soaps! It performs well no acceleration and no discoloration what so ever! And it smells amazing!
Persephone KISS is a light fragrance that is very inviting in soap. I wonder if I can use this for body butters as well because this could almost be a perfume.
I saw all of the great reviews, so I decided to give it a try. I love it, and everyone I have had smell my soap made with it loves it too! It's a feminine fragrance, not too overwhelming. It behaved well with my first Taiwan swirl.
Persephone's Kiss Fragrance Oil
I made my first batch of soap last week, I used Persephone's Kiss. It is one of the best smelling fragrance oil I have ever used in anything I have made. I made candles at one time a few years back and no scent I used was close to it. I ordered a 4oz bottle of Persephone's Kiss first time, but will be ordering a much larger bottle very soon!
Spring is calling
I was looking for a special fragrance for my Birth of Spring soap and Persephone’s kiss nailed it! I envisioned being in the woods as the first spring flowers blossomed. And this scent brings my soap to life. Floral but not sickening. It hints at warmer days and perfumed breezes. I used it in CP soap. I soaped at about 85 degrees. I had mild acceleration but I think that was due to the amount of colorants we used. We were a little heavy handed in this soap as such we blended more than usual and experienced acceleration. I can’t wait to work with this fragrance again