Tested 6/28/18 by Carrie H. 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. Slight acceleration but very well-behaved for a floral. Soap with full water and at cool temperatures for the best results with this fragrance oil.
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I really loved this fragrance. The info said it accelerated slightly but it didn't on me. (I soaped with a 26% water discount.)
Thank you Nurture Soaps!
This is my favorite fragrance for CP soap. No acceleration, no discoloration. I love it so much.
This fragrance oil smells great, it has a strong rose scent, I got a sample bottle and use it in a 5lb batch of Charcoal and Aloe Vera CP soap. Am supersize I how mush I can actually smell it, it works great. Will definitely get a larger bottles.
This fragrance is perfect in bath bombs and body scrubs. I have not tried it in hot process soap, but I will be ordering more.
I love this fragrance! For a floral, make sure that you take all the usual precautions and you will have an awesome experience. A new soaper could us it with one color, for sure. I didn’t use my usual precautions on my first batch and it did speed up a little but I did get a four color swirl. I’m sure that my next batch will be even better! Any faults in my Soap were on my part. Also note that I use 100% goat milk with a recipe that contains Shea butter and castor oil. I love the scent and so do my customers that are rose fans, I’m not a great fan of rose fragrance, personally, but I am enjoying this! (Not the best pictures, but you can get the idea... :) cracks were my fault. At this time of year in my humid hot climate, I should have refrigerated it.)