Fragrance Oil - Smell of Weather (type)
Interpretation of the LU$H (type) fragrance 'The Smell of Weather Turning". Notes of nettle, oak, hay, beeswax, mint, chamomile, oakmoss and cinnamon. The sweet, herbal aroma of chamomile tea with dry hay warmed in the sun bringing out the overall calming herbal feel. The mint is mellow and sweet and marries very well with the rest of the notes.
Performance in CP soap: no acceleration, no ricing and no discolouration noted
Performance in Soy Wax: not yet tested
Perfume Oils: Maximum usage rate 6% (as recommended by IFRA)
Bath Oils, Lotions, Shower Gels: Suggested usage rate 1%
Flashpoint: 200F (93C)
Vanillin content: 0%
Phthalate Free: Yes
Please note: The above information is provided as a guideline only and results may vary according to individual recipes.
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