Ocean Rose Fragrance

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An airy, beautiful fragrance with top notes of wild honey and mandarin. These are backed with middle notes of rose and lily which are followed through with powder and amber helping to balance the clean floral notes.  Perfect for use in personal care products as well as candles.

This fragrance oil is infused with natural essential oils including lemon, orange, tagete.

Note Profile:
Top: Mandarin, Ozone
Middle: Lily, Rose
Base: Honey, Powder, Amber
Application Candles & Bath/Body
Candle Usage 3-10%
Soap Usage 3-6%
Lotion Usage 1-2%
Soy Performance
Flashpoint 100°C
Phthalate Free Yes
Vanillin Content 0.01 -2%
Diffuser Base Compatible Yes; up to 30%

*Usage amounts are recommendations only. Individual usage amounts can vary based on your desired fragrance strength, wax type, soap base, or lotion base. See IFRA certificate for max usage levels.


Acceleration Discoloration Separation
None Light Tan None

Lye Water temperature 41ºC
Oil temperature 43ºC

We did not experience any acceleration or separation, and this fragrance was very slow to come to a light trace. After 24 hours the soap was a bit softer than other test batches made at the same time. We did observe the soap reach a full gel without overheating. We saw a yellow discoloration and the scent was strong. After 30 days the soap had darkened to a light tan, and the scent was mild but very pleasant. This fragrance would be an excellent choice for complex swirls that require a very light trace and no acceleration. Using titanium dioxide can minimize the discoloration.

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Rated 5 out of 5
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Just lovely

No acceleration, and a lovely strong scent - perfect for CP soap. I think this is my new favourite...

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