Rose Petal Gelato Fragrance

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Price (500ml) 4+: $84.70ea

  • Description
  • Properties
  • Soap Performance
  • Reviews

Rose Petal Gelato fragrance is a sumptuous blend of creamy gelato with a floral twist of rose. A top note of sparkling champagne brightens up the heady heart of jasmine and rose. Sweet base notes of cream and sugar enhance the luscious confectionary aspect of this scent, while benzoin and light musk add a complexity that elevates the fragrance beyond a sweet dessert

This fragrance contains natural essential oils, including geranium, lime, orange and patchouli.

Note Profile
Top: Champagne
Middle: Jasmine, Rose
Base: Benzoin, Cream, Light Musk, Sugar

Compatible with our Reed Diffuser Base up to 30%

Application Candles & Bath/Body
Candle Usage 3-10%
Soap Usage 3-6%
Lotion Usage 1-2%
Soy Performance
Flashpoint 98°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
Slight Tan None

Lye Water Temperature 38ºC
Oil temperature 43ºC

We experienced a slight amount of acceleration but no separation. The batter came to a light trace quickly, however, we continued stick blending to a medium trace and found the soap was thickening while trying to pour into the mold. After 24 hours the soap had discolored to a tan shade and the scent was quite strong. We did observe the soap had almost reached a full gel with no insulation. Also, the area that did go through the gel phase was more yellow while the outside areas that did not go through the gel phase were a slightly tan color. After 30 days, the gelled area became brown while the ungelled area remained a tan color. The scent was strong with more dominant rose notes and a creamy vanilla base note. We think that either hand stirring in the fragrance or bringing just to a very light trace would allow time for a slightly complex design if desired.