Bayberry & Silver Oak Fragrance Oil

$2.59

Bayberry & Silver Oak Fragrance Oil

Tart berries and spicy nuances are awakened by base notes of creamy woods & amber.

Notes:

  • Top - fresh tart cranberry, red apple, black currant
  • Middle - clove, rhubarb, green foliage, cinnamon bark
  • Bottom - woody, amber, sheer musks

Additional Information on Bayberry & Silver Oak Fragrance Oil:

  • Soap and lotion safe (see cold process test results below)
  • Phthalate-free
  • Not subject to California Proposition 65 warning requirements
  • Flashpoint: 214° F
  • Vanillin - 0.00%
  • Formulated to work in both paraffin and soy wax

Recommended Usage Amounts:

  • Candles and wax melts: Typical use is 1 ounce per pound of wax, but can vary depending on type of wax, additives, and scent throw preference
  • Soap and skin care products: Please reference IFRA information below

Product

Maximum Usage Amount *

Liquid and bar soap, depilatory, rinse-off conditioners, shampoos of all types including baby, facial cleansers, shaving creams, body washes, shower gels of all types, aerosols including air fresheners

9.08%

Lip products of all types (solid and liquid lipsticks, balms, clear or colored, etc…)

Not for use in lip products

Body creams & lotions

16.17%

Incense, candles, non-aerosol air fresheners

100%

* These maximum usage amounts are in compliance with IFRA standards, are provided for safety, and are not meant to serve as suggested usage amounts. It is up to the customer to determine the ideal usage amount for desired product integrity, while staying under the safety maximums. Many times the ideal usage amount is much lower than the maximum amount stated for safety.

* It is the responsibility of our customer to ensure the safety of the finished product containing this fragrance by conducting all necessary tests.

**If there are other products not listed that you would like to request the maximum usage amounts of, please email us at info@theflamingcandle.com.

Cold Process Soap Performance:

Lye Water Temperature - 114° F

Oils Temperature - 120° F

Mixing Observations:

  • No acceleration
  • No separation

Final Results:

  • This fragrance performed well in the recipe used and was easy to work with.
  • After curing for 4 weeks, the soap bars had a moderate scent and a light tan color.
  • There should be some flexibility with coloring options. However, some colors may have an altered result.

  

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