This oil sat in my cupboard for almost two years. I was afraid to try it in soap because of all the reviews saying it accelerated badly and I wasn't fond of the smell from the bottle. After a friend of mine asked me for a soap with this fragrance, I gave it a go and was pleasantly surprised. I did a two color in the pot swirl. I even had my husband mix one of the colors while I was mixing the other so I could quickly dump, stir and pour. It accelerated a bit but not that bad at all (I soaped at 80-85 degrees). I had plenty of time to mix it in, do the swirl and texture my top. It smells great in soap too, nice, clean and rich floral.
I love Plumeria and a lot of my customers have requested it since I’m in Hawaii. But this one caused ricing and accelerated super QUICK. I love the scent tho. It’s exactly like Plumeria.
I enjoyed using this fragrance in bath bombs! The fragrance is a pretty fruity floral that young girls seem to love. I'm usually not a huge floral fan, but I enjoy this sweet floral fragrance!
Not a big fan of the scent and it accelerated my soap batch
I thought I had use this fragrance in the past so I didn’t read reviews nor check the fragrance information. On my first soap I noticed big acceleration but thought it was my recipe since I made a shea butter soap. Today I used it again with my normal recipe. Huge acceleration, had to dump everything in the mold. Batter was so hard that when I put a hanger through it I couldn’t even swirl around. Think my soap is going to have holes. When I started looking at the fragrance info, I realized that what I used in the past was from another supplier. Lesson learned. Always read fragrance information even if you think you had use it before. Since I still have some left I will be making a very simple soap. Smell good
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