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Alien by Thierry Mugler Type

Description This sweet, woody scent opens with sweet fresh blooms of Indian jasmine. The heart then unfolds deep woody notes that add depth to this accord. The base intertwines warm white amber to bring this lovely fragrance to its fullness.

This is an untested fragrance that is being brought in by our ISO Fast Buy Group. 

* Compare our fragrance to Alien® by Thierry Mugler.



Flashpoint:  >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.58%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated for: Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 73.01%Body Wash: 73.01%Bath Bombs: 73.01%
Body Lotion: 7.50%Body Scrub: 73.01%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 7.50%Deodorant: 7.50%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International No50.00menclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Thierry Mugler.

$21.69
Angel by Thierry Mugler Type

Description The sweet spun sugar nuances of cotton candy, creamy coconut, the bracing yet pleasant cassia, succulent melon, crisp bergamot and Mandarin orange intertwine with sweet honey, red berries, blackberries, plum, jasmine, delicate orchid, succulent peach, apricot, classic rose and precious lily of the valley. Minty patchouli, dark chocolate, creamy caramel, sweet vanilla, spicy tonka bean, golden amber and warm musk blend harmoniously to unite and enhance this fragrant accord.

This is an untested fragrance that is being brought in by our ISO Fast Buy Group. 

* Compare our fragrance to Angel® by Thierry Mugler.



Flashpoint:  177° F
Vanilla Content:  4.10%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: NOT Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 33.33%Body Wash: 33.33%Bath Bombs: 33.33%
Body Lotion: 13.33%Body Scrub: 33.33%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 8.00%Deodorant: 2.67%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International No50.00menclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Thierry Mugler.

$22.69
Aventus for Men by Creed

Description: Succulent pineapple, black currant, crisp bergamot and delicious apple notes intertwine with aromatic birch wood notes, minty patchouli, sweet jasmine, crimson rose notes. Warm musk, grassy vetiver, provocative ambergris and creamy vanilla blend together to enhance and complete this fragrant accord.

* Compare our fragrance to Aventus® by Creed.



Flashpoint:  176° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: CONTAINS PHTHALATES
Formulated For:
  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 74.52%Body Wash: 74.52%Bath Bombs: 74.52%
Body Lotion: 76.92%Body Scrub: 74.52%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 76.92%Deodorant: 7.69%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International No50.00menclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Creed.

$27.69
Baccarat Rouge 540 by Maison Franicis Type

A lustrous and enlightened fragrance of jasmine and saffron that rest tenderly on the top while the blend of cedar and fir make up the heart of the accord and finally the ambergris gives it both the warm and cool at the same time.


* Compare our fragrance to Baccarat Rouge 540® by Maison Franicis.


Flashpoint: 200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 40.00%Body Wash: 40.00%Bath Bombs: 40.00%
Body Lotion: 19.53%Body Scrub: 40.00%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 11.72%Deodorant: 3.91%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Maison Franicis.

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Black Opium YSL Type

Juicy pear, the rosy nuances of pink pepper and fragrant orange blossom intertwine with rich coffee notes, sweet jasmine, the bracing tonalities of bitter almond and sweet licorice. Creamy vanilla, minty patchouli, resinous cedar wood and cashmere wood blend harmoniously to unite and enhance this fragrant accord.

 

* Compare our fragrance to Black Opium® by YSL.


Flashpoint: >200° F
Vanilla Content:  1.90%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 25.00%Body Wash: 25.00%Bath Bombs: 25.00%
Body Lotion: 25.00%Body Scrub: 25.00%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 20.22%Deodorant: 5.00%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with YSL.

$27.69
Black Orchid for Women Tom Ford Type

Description: This gorgeous perfume was created by the fragrance company Givaudan and is hands down a winter favorite among women. The classically dark perfume was presented as oriental chypre and is a timeless fragrance with a heart consisting of black orchid, more imaginary than real, and of arboraceous and spicy scents.

* Compare our fragrance to Black Orchid® by Tom Ford.



Flashpoint:  >200° F
Vanilla Content:  3.46%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 27.40%Body Wash: 27.40%Bath Bombs: 27.40%
Body Lotion: 27.40%Body Scrub: 27.40%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 27.40%Deodorant: 6.85%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International No50.00menclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Tom Ford.

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$26.69
Bleu for Men Chanel Type

CRISP CITRUS NOTES HIGHLIGHT THIS AROMATIC WOODY BLEND FOLLOWED WITH FRESH LAVENDER AND JASMINE ON A BACKGROUND OF CEDAR, MUSK AND ASIAN SANDALWOOD.

* Compare our fragrance to Bleu® by Chanel.


Flashpoint: 176° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 50.71%Body Wash: 50.71%Bath Bombs: 50.71%
Body Lotion: 0.02%Body Scrub: 50.71%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.02%Deodorant: 0.02%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Chanel.

$24.69
Bloom by Gucci Type

Description:  A floral melody composed by jasmine, tuberose, and orris root notes. This elegant fragrance is highlighted by soft honeysuckle notes over a romantic wood base.

* Compare our fragrance to Bloom® by Gucci.



Flashpoint:  >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.14%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oils



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 10.00%Body Wash: 10.00%Bath Bombs: 10.00%
Body Lotion: 10.00%Body Scrub: 10.00%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 10.00%Deodorant: 5.00%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Gucci.

$20.69
Bright Crystal Versace Type

Description Citrusy Japanese Yuzu, the tart aroma of pomegranate and refreshing, watery aquatic notes couple with fresh, aromatic peony, lightly sweet lotus and citrusy magnolia. Warm musk harmoniously blends with the deep, warm tones of mahogany and cozy amber to complete this fresh, floral, aquatic accord.

* Compare our fragrance to Bright Crystal® by Versace.



Flashpoint:  >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: NOT Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 28.17%Body Wash: 28.17%Bath Bombs: 28.17%
Body Lotion: 28.17%Body Scrub: 28.17%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 28.17%Deodorant: 2.82%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International No50.00menclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Versace.

$19.69
Cashmere Mist DNYK Type

This musky, woody fragrance opens with sweet, citrusy bergamot. The heart surrounds this accord with sweet jasmine, delicate lily of the valley and soft suede. The base fragrantly infuses with soft cashmere wood and warm sandalwood coupled with deep tones of warm amber and musk.

* Compare our fragrance to Cashmere Mist® by DNYK.


Flashpoint: >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.44%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 26.48%Body Wash: 26.48%Bath Bombs: 26.48%
Body Lotion: 9.35%Body Scrub: 26.48%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 6.31%Deodorant: 1.40%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with DNYK.

$22.69
Chance Eau Tendre for Women by Chanel Type

CRISP CITRUS NOTES HIGHLIGHT THIS AROMATIC WOODY BLEND FOLLOWED WITH FRESH LAVENDER AND JASMINE ON A BACKGROUND OF CEDAR, MUSK AND ASIAN SANDALWOOD.

* Compare our fragrance to Chance® by Chanel.


Flashpoint: >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.16%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 32.72%Body Wash: 32.72%Bath Bombs: 32.72%
Body Lotion: 73.30%Body Scrub: 32.72%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 46.47%Deodorant: 11.32%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Chanel.

$24.69
Coco Vanille by Mancera Type

Description from Brambleberry: A sweet and floral scent that begins with the sweet top note of coconut and peach while the jasmine and tiare flower of the heart notes gives way to the woody passage.

* Compare our fragrance to Coco Vanille® by Mancera.


Flashpoint: 181° F
Vanilla Content:  9.80%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oils


IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 6.90%Body Wash: 6.90%Bath Bombs: 6.90%
Body Lotion: 6.90%Body Scrub: 6.90%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 6.90%Deodorant: 0.69%Lip: 0.00%

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INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Mancera.

$23.69
Daisy Dream by Marc Jacobs Type

Description:  The rich honeyed tonality of blackbery, succulent pear and tart grapefruit, intertwine with sweet wisteria, the rosy aroma of litchi and fragrant jasmine. Creamy coconut, warm musk and white wood blend harmoniously to unite and enhance this fragrant accord. 


* Compare our fragrance to Daisy Dream® by Marc Jacobs.



Flashpoint:  >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.20%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil

IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 31.55%Body Wash: 31.55%Bath Bombs: 31.55%
Body Lotion: 40.00%Body Scrub: 31.55%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 40.00%Deodorant: 8.00%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International No50.00menclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Marc Jacobs.

$23.69
F**cking Fabulous Tom Ford Type

F**cking Fabulous is just that...it's probably the most perfect description of a fragrance I've ever heard! It made it's debut during New York Fashion Week in 2017 and it's been popular ever since. Retailing for $335 for 1.7 fl oz of perfume - it's definitely one you'll want in your arsenal!

Description: Sephora says this fragrance is "explicit, exclusive, and fabulous, this oriental artisanal scent features spices and warm and sweet gourmands."

* Compare our fragrance to Fucking Fabulous by Tom Ford.

Notes: 
Lavender, Sage, Bitter Almond, Tonka Beans, Leather, Cashmere and Amber. The essential oils used to make this dupe include Amyris, Chamomile and Patchouli.


Flashpoint:  >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.12%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulate For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 12.50%Body Wash: 12.50%Bath Bombs: 12.50%
Body Lotion: 12.50%Body Scrub: 12.50%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 12.50%Deodorant: 3.75%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Tom Ford.

$24.69
Good Girl by Carolina Herrera Type

Description from An ironically named fragrance that illustrates a seductive Oriental blend of sweet almond, dark coffee, creamy tonka bean, rich cacao, jasmine, and orange blossom notes. Its sexy aroma defines "femme fatale."

* Compare our fragrance to Good Girl® by Carolina Herrera.



Flashpoint:  181° F
Vanilla Content:  7.30%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 21.70%Body Wash: 21.70%Bath Bombs: 21.70%
Body Lotion: 32.47%Body Scrub: 21.70%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 61.69%Deodorant: 6.49%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International No50.00menclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Caroline Herrera.

$23.69
Guilty for Women by Gucci

The rosy nuances of pink pepper, sweet orange and crisp bergamot intertwine with delicate lilac, succulent peach, rosy geranium, sweet jasmine and bracing yet tangy black currant. Minty patchouli, golden amber, creamy vanilla and warm musk blend harmoniously together to unite and enhance this fragrant accord.


* Compare our fragrance to Guilty® by Gucci.


Flashpoint: 200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.46%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 10.00%Body Wash: 10.00%Bath Bombs: 10.00%
Body Lotion: 10.00%Body Scrub: 10.00%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 10.00%Deodorant: 2.00%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Gucci.

$26.69
Heat by Beyonce Type

This is a sweet floral wth infused notes of red vanilla orchid blended with honeysuckle and almond.This blends harmoniously with base notes of creamy musk, sequioa wood, tonka bean and amber.

* Compare our fragrance to Heat® by Beyonce.


Flashpoint: > 200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 11.76%Body Wash: 11.76%Bath Bombs: 11.76%
Body Lotion: 0.25%Body Scrub: 11.76%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.25%Deodorant: 0.25%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Beyonce.

$18.69
Honey by Marc Jacobs Type

Description: A rich blend of assorted fruity notes, succulent pear and tart Mandarin orange intertwine with sweet honeysuckle, fragrant orange blossom and succulent peach notes. Sweet honey, creamy vanilla and aromatic woodsy notes blend harmoniously to unite and enhance this fragrant accord.

* Compare our fragrance to Honey® by Marc Jacobs.



Flashpoint:  193° F
Vanilla Content:  0.08%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 13.33%Body Wash: 13.33%Bath Bombs: 13.33%
Body Lotion: 13.33%Body Scrub: 13.33%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 9.84%Deodorant: 1.67%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Marc Jacobs.

$26.69
Into the Blue Escada Type

Fresh cut grass, green leaves, tropical, fruity carambola and resinous marigold intermesh with succulent watermelon, sweet watery blue lotus and brightly vivid carnation. Warm musk, the incense-like nuances of cedar, woody notes and golden amber intermingle to unite and enhance this green, ozonic, floral accord.


* Compare our fragrance to Into the Blue® by Escada.


Flashpoint: >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.10%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 75.76%Body Wash: 75.76%Bath Bombs: 75.76%
Body Lotion: 0.14%Body Scrub: 75.76%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.14%Deodorant: 0.14%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Escada.

$23.69
Light Blue Dolce and Gabbana Type

Light Blue Dolce & Gabbana Type is a clone of the original Dolce & Gabbana fragrance. It features a subtle scent that will bring you the attention you desire. Its mix of Sicilian lemon, delicious apple and delicate bellflower intertwine with dry paper-like bamboo, sweet jasmine and provocative white rose. on a bed of cedarwood, warm musk and golden amber. It is a unique scent that is perfect for every woman.

* Compare our fragrance to Light Blue® by Dolce Gabbana.

It moves FAST in CP Soap!!! Probably better suited for HP Soaps.


Flashpoint: > 200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 14.06%Body Wash: 14.06%Bath Bombs: 14.06%
Body Lotion: 28.57%Body Scrub: 14.06%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 19.87%Deodorant: 4.87%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Dolce Gabbana .

$23.69
Lolita Lempicka Type

Description: Aromatic star anise, delicate violet and green ivy intertwine with licorice, cherry, earthy iris, orris root, the rose-like nuances of amaryllis. Creamy vanilla, the chocolate-caramel notes of praline, spicy tonka bean, warm musk and grassy vetiver blend harmoniously to unite and enhance this fragrant accord.

* Compare our fragrance to Coco Vanille® by Mancera.


Flashpoint: >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.84%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil


IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 22.73%Body Wash: 22.73%Bath Bombs: 22.73%
Body Lotion: 0.12%Body Scrub: 22.73%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.12%Deodorant: 0.12%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Lempicka.

Out of Stock
$24.69
Lost Cherry Tom Ford Type

Description: An exciting blend of tart cherries, sensual rose, and mysterious woody notes yield an indulgently invigorating aroma.

* Compare our fragrance to Lost Cherry® by Tom Ford.



Flashpoint:  181° F
Vanilla Content:  7.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 20.83%Body Wash: 20.83%Bath Bombs: 20.83%
Body Lotion: 11.67%Body Scrub: 20.83%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 7.50%Deodorant: 1.67%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International No50.00menclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Tom Ford.

$26.69
Magnetism® Escada Type

Description: Tangy red berries, bracing yet pleasant black currant notes, green cassia, tropical litchi, succulent pineapple and juicy melon notes intertwine with fresh-cut green leaf notes, fresh basil, sweet almond blossom, earthy iris, the vanilla-almond nuances of heliotrope, peppery freesia, sweet magnolia, night blooming jasmine, sharp-sweet caraway notes, classic rose and precious lily of the valley. Sweet caramel, creamy vanilla, benzoin, minty patchouli, golden amber, desert sandalwood, warm musk and grassy vetiver blend harmoniously.

* Compare our fragrance to Magnetism® by Escada.


Flashpoint: >200° F
Vanilla Content:  1.48%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil

IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 3.37%Body Wash: 3.37%Bath Bombs: 3.37%
Body Lotion: 3.37%Body Scrub: 3.37%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 3.37%Deodorant: 0.34%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Escada.

$26.69
My Burberry Black by Burberry Type

Description:  Sweet jasmine blooms intertwine with fragrant rose scents and the succulent tonalities of peach nectar. Golden amber and minty patchouli blend together to unite, enhance and complete this fragrant accord.

* Compare our fragrance to My Burberry Black® by Burberry.



Flashpoint:  >200° F
Vanilla Content:  1.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 49.18%Body Wash: 49.18%Bath Bombs: 49.18%
Body Lotion: 24.59%Body Scrub: 49.18%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 16.39%Deodorant: 3.28%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International No50.00menclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Burberry.

$24.69
New York Night by Bond #9 Type

A unisex Oriental vanilla fragrance that exudes the deep richness of coffee and sweet caramel. Creamy and seductive.

* Compare our fragrance to New York Night® by Bond #9.


Flashpoint: 181° F
Vanilla Content:  2.50%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 16.67%Body Wash: 16.67%Bath Bombs: 16.67%
Body Lotion: 37.33%Body Scrub: 16.67%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 23.67%Deodorant: 5.77%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Bond #9.

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$24.69
Not a Perfume by Juliette Has A Gun Type

Description A soft alluring aroma with a bold background. Uncomplicated and beautiful.

* Compare our fragrance to Not a Perfume® by Juliette Has A Gun.



Flashpoint:  181° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 17.73%Body Wash: 17.73%Bath Bombs: 17.73%
Body Lotion: 39.72%Body Scrub: 17.73%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 25.18%Deodorant: 6.13%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International No50.00menclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Juliette Has A Gun.

$43.69
Old Spice Aftershave Type

This fragrance is a spicy blend of fruits and florals. The top notes open with nutmeg, lemon, orange and star anise. The heart opens with a fragrant floral accord of carnation, jasmine, geranium and herbal scents of cinnamon and pimento. The base enhances the entire blend with cedar, vanilla, tonka bean and musk

* Compare our fragrance to Old Spice® by Procter & Gamble.


Flashpoint: 187° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated for:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 18.73%Body Wash: 18.73%Bath Bombs: 18.73%
Body Lotion: 0.05%Body Scrub: 18.73%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.05%Deodorant: 0.05%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Procter & Gamble.

$20.69
Olympea by Paco Rabinne Type

Fragrant jasmine notes, tart Mandarin orange and the pleasant tonality of ginger flower intertwine with creamy vanilla and sea salt. The warm, dry tones of cashmere wood, desert sandalwood and provocative ambergris blend together to enhance and complete this fragrant accord.

* Compare our fragrance to Olympea® by Paco Rabinne


Flashpoint: 200° F
Vanilla Content:  1.80%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 40.00%Body Wash: 40.00%Bath Bombs: 40.00%
Body Lotion: 19.53%Body Scrub: 40.00%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 11.72%Deodorant: 3.91%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Paco Rabinne.

$21.69
Oud Wood Tom Ford Type

One of the most rare, precious, and expensive ingredients in a perfumer’s arsenal, Oud Wood is often burned in incense-filled temples. Exotic rose wood and cardamom give way to a smoky blend of rare oud wood, sandalwood, and vetiver. Tonka bean and amber add warmth and sensuality. 

This fragrance is untested for candles and soaps. 


* Compare our fragrance to Oud Wood by Tom Ford.

Notes: 
Rare Oud Wood, Sandalwood, Chinese Pepper, Rosewood, Tonka Bean, Vanilla. 

Style: 
Rare. Exotic. Distinctive.


Flashpoint:  >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.03%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 30.98%Body Wash: 30.98%Bath Bombs: 30.98%
Body Lotion: 3.75%Body Scrub: 30.98%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 3.75%Deodorant: 3.75%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Jo Malone.

Out of Stock
$27.69
Saint by Kat Von D Type

Tart Mandarin orange coupled with the fresh sweet prune-like nuances of mirabelle intertwine with sweet caramel, fragrant jasmine and delicate tiare flower. Creamy vanilla, aromatic sandalwood and warm musk blend together harmoniously to unite and enhance this sweet, citrusy, floral, aromatic fragrance.

* Compare our fragrance to Saint® by Kat Von D.


Flashpoint: 180° F
Vanilla Content:  0.40%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 100%Body Wash: 100%Bath Bombs: 100%
Body Lotion: 100%Body Scrub: 100%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 100%Deodorant: 100%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Kat Von D.

$18.69
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