Going, Going, Gone!

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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.

$12.00
Avocado Coconut BBW Type

Description: Lush ripe avocado with kisses of tart lime lead this refreshing fragrance. Creamy coconut, vanilla, and musk forms its comforting base.

* Compare our fragrance to Avocado Coconut® by Bath & Body Works.



Flashpoint:  181° F
Vanilla Content:  1.80%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated for: Soap / Candles



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 10.00%Body Wash: 10.00%Bath Bombs: 10.00%
Body Lotion: 9.62%Body Scrub: 10.00%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 6.41%Deodorant: 1.60%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 Bath and Body Works.

$12.00
Bedtime Bath Johnson & Johnson Type

Description: A soothing blend of blooming lavender and fresh chamomile.

* Compare our fragrance to Bedtime Bath® by Johnsons and Johnsons.



Flashpoint:  >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.15%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: CONTAINS PHTHALATES
Formulated For:
  Soap / Candle



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 5.71%Body Wash: 5.71%Bath Bombs: 5.71%
Body Lotion: 0.30%Body Scrub: 5.71%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.30%Deodorant: 0.30%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 Johnson's & Johnson's.

$12.00
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.

$15.00
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.

$12.00
Cashmere Glow BBW Type

Cashmere Glow is a sensual blend of shimmering vanilla on a base of soft cashmere musk with hints of warm golden peach.

* Compare our fragrance to Cashmere Glow® Bath & Body Works.


Flashpoint: > 200° F
Vanilla Content:  4.06 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Soap / Candle

CP SOAP PERFORMANCE

Discoloration: Yes
Ricing: No
Acceleration: Yes

In CP Soaps Cashmere Glow performed well. It did accelerate and discolored due to the vanallin content. Use a color stabilizer with this one. Scent really lasted and smells so sexy!



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 32.79%Body Wash: 32.79%Bath Bombs: 32.79%
Body Lotion: 0.29%Body Scrub: 32.79%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.29%Deodorant: 0.29%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 Bath & Body Works.

$12.00
Decadence by Marc Jacobs Type

Succulent plum notes, fragrant saffron and delicate iris blooms intertwine with powdery orris root, beautiful rose blooms and sweet jasmine sambac. Golden amber, grassy vetiver and the dry, green tonalities of papyrus blend together to enhance and complete this fragrant accord.

* Compare our fragrance to Decadence® by Marc Jacobs.


Flashpoint: >200 ° F
Vanilla Content:  2.80%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 20.00%Body Wash: 20.00%Bath Bombs: 20.00%
Body Lotion: 20.00%Body Scrub: 20.00%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 20.00%Deodorant: 4.00%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 Marc Jacobs.

$12.00
Drakkar Noir Type

If you're looking for that amazing man's scent you remember from the 80's, you've found it! This is the fragrance my husband wears and I love it!! Many people say it smells like another fragrance that some call Southern Gentleman. Super manly and sexy!

* Compare our fragrance to Drakkar® by Noir.


Flashpoint:  171° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Soap / Candle



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 41.91%Body Wash: 41.91%Bath Bombs: 41.91%
Body Lotion: 0.06%Body Scrub: 41.91%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.06%Deodorant: 0.06%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 Noir.

$12.00
Enchanted Orchid® Bath and Bodyworks Type

Description:  Powdery water lily, fresh apple and tart grapefruit intertwine with delicate orchid, powdery violet, earthy iris and fragrant gardenia. The floral bouquet of heliotrope, warm musk and resinous amber blend harmoniously to unite and enhance this fragrance. 

* Compare our fragrance to Enchanted Orchid® by Bath and Bodyworks.


Flashpoint:  >200 F
Vanilla Content:  0.27%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Candles


IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 12.90%Body Wash: 12.90%Bath Bombs: 12.90%
Body Lotion: 12.90%Body Scrub: 12.90%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 12.90%Deodorant: 1.29%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 Bath and Bodyworks.

$12.00
French Cade Lavender by Voluspa Type

THE SCENT OF A EUROPEAN GARDEN AFTER A SPRING RAIN. FRENCH LAVENDER AND A LIGHT TOUCH A CADE WOOD COMBINE FOR THIS UNUSUAL SCENT.


This is an untested fragrance being brought in by our SSS - ISO Group.

* Compare our fragrance to French Cade Lavender® by Voluspa


Flashpoint: >200 ° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Soap / Candle



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 48.64%Body Wash: 48.64%Bath Bombs: 48.64%
Body Lotion: 19.46%Body Scrub: 48.64%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 11.67%Deodorant: 3.89%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 Voluspa.

$12.00
Gold Sugar® Aquolina Type

Description:  Sweet orange, tart Mandarin orange and citrusy neroli intertwine with crème brulee, sweet coconut and fragrant orange blossom. Whipped cream, desert sandalwood and warm musk blend harmoniously to unite and enhance this fragrant accord. 

* Compare our fragrance to Gold Sugar® by Aquolina.


Flashpoint: 195° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Body Oil


IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 30.58%Body Wash: 30.58%Bath Bombs: 30.58%
Body Lotion: 68.50%Body Scrub: 30.58%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 43.43%Deodorant: 10.58%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 Aquolina.

$12.00
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.

$12.00
Hot Fudge Sundae BBW Type

This mouthwatering fragrance will make you wish it was edible! A sweet creamy chocolate fudge intertwined with velvety vanilla bean ice cream and topped with a rich dollop of whipped cream.

This is an untested fragrance.

* Compare our fragrance to Hot Fudge Sundae® by Bath & Body Works.



Flashpoint:  181° F
Vanilla Content:  5.36 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Soap / Candle



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 11.11%Body Wash: 11.11%Bath Bombs: 11.11%
Body Lotion: 31.11%Body Scrub: 11.11%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 19.78%Deodorant: 4.89%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 Bath and Body Works.

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Lavender Marshmallow BBW Type

A scrumptious blend of lavender, vanilla marshmallow and amber.

* Compare our fragrance to Lavender Marshmallow® dupe by Bath & Body Works.



Flashpoint:  181° F
Vanilla Content:  0.64 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Soap / Candle



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 9.16 %Body Wash: 9.16 %Bath Bombs: 9.16 %
Body Lotion: 25.64%Body Scrub: 9.16 %Candles: 100%
Perfume: 16.30%Deodorant: 4.03%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 Bath and Body Works.

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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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PB and J BBW Type

Description:  The tantalizing aroma of fresh made jam with toasted peanutty bread, rounded out with a sweet drizzle of honey.

* Compare our fragrance to PB & J® by Bath and Body Works.


Flashpoint: >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.46%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Soaps and Candles


IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 20.00%Body Wash: 20.00%Bath Bombs: 20.00%
Body Lotion: 20.00%Body Scrub: 20.00%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 20.00%Deodorant: 4.00%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 Bath and Body Works.

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Pink Fresh and Clean VS Type

Description: The delicious, crispy freshness of red apple coupled with the delicate, sweet, powdery nuances of lilies in full bloom blend together; with the clear clean fresh air nuances after a gentle soaking rain; blend harmoniously together to unite and enhance this refreshingly fragrant accord.

* Compare our fragrance to Pink Fresh and Clean® by Victoria's Secret

Flashpoint:  >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Candle



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 22.08%Body Wash: 22.08%Bath Bombs: 22.08%
Body Lotion: 0.11%Body Scrub: 22.08%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.11%Deodorant: 0.11%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 Victoria's Secret.

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Pomegranate Lemonade BBW Type

Description: Tangy pomegranate and Lemon interweave with more pomegranate, Strawberry and Lime. Sugar, creamy vanilla and refreshing rhubarb blend harmoniously to unite and enhance this fragrant accord.

* Compare our fragrance to Pomegranate Lemonade® by Bath and Bodyworks.


Flashpoint:  175° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Soap / Candle



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:23.81

Soaps: 68.78%Body Wash: 68.78%Bath Bombs: 68.78%
Body Lotion: 0.03%Body Scrub: 68.78%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.03%Deodorant: 0.03%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 Bath and Bodyworks.

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Shave and a Haircut® Brambleberry Type

Description:  This is a classic barber shop scent. Fresh, crisp bergamot and sweet aromatic spices intertwine with tart orange zest and fresh, clean notes. Resinous cedarwood scent blends together to enhance and complete this fragrant accord.  

* Compare our fragrance to Shave and a Haircut® by Brambleberry.


Flashpoint: >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Soap / Candle

IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 11.69%Body Wash: 11.69%Bath Bombs: 11.69%
Body Lotion: 28.57%Body Scrub: 11.69%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 20.80%Deodorant: 5.14%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.

Scentsational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Brambleberry.

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Sinner by Kat Von D Type

Dark and sultry, this fragrance opens with radiant orange, plum, and orange flower top notes. Glamorous, spicy, and sexy.

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


Flashpoint: 181° F
Vanilla Content:  0.82%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Fine Fragrance / Body Oil



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 52.08%Body Wash: 52.08%Bath Bombs: 52.08%
Body Lotion: 48.61%Body Scrub: 52.08%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 31.25%Deodorant: 8.10%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.

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

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Snow Fairy LUSH Type

Description:  Fresh citrus and holiday berries unfold to a spicy heart in this warm, welcoming blend. Seasonal greens and velvety woods characterize the middle of the scent while sweet vanilla bean and soft musk surrounds the rich fruity tones. A burst of mint lifts the fragrance, creating a shimmering winter effect..

* Compare our fragrance to Snow Fairy® by LUSH.

Flashpoint:  178° F
Vanilla Content:  0.50%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Soap



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:23.81

Soaps: 0.59%Body Wash: 0.59%Bath Bombs: 0.59%
Body Lotion: 0.59%Body Scrub: 0.59%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.59%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 Bath and Bodyworks.

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Toasted Praline Pear BBW Type

Description from BBW: A sweet, warm aroma that combines sweet smelling pear, nutty pralines, and warm tonka bean with a hint of graham cracker for a delicious smelling fragrance.

* Compare our fragrance to Toasted Praline Pear® by Bath & Body Works.


Flashpoint:  181° F
Vanilla Content:  7.30%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalate Content: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Soap / Candle



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 Bath and Body Works.

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Turquoise Sky RE Type

Description: A crisp and clean scent featuring salty ocean air, green sea grass and musk. The experience of sailing under a turquoise sky!

* Compare our fragrance to Turquoise Sky ® by Rustic Escentuals.


Flashpoint: >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00%
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free
Formulated For:  Soap / Candle


IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 13.91%Body Wash: 13.91%Bath Bombs: 13.91%
Body Lotion: 10.77%Body Scrub: 13.91%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 35.14%Deodorant: 2.21%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 Rustic Escentuals.

$12.00
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