Santa's Pipe Fragrance Oil


A cozy scent with notes of cherrywood, raspberry, vanilla and tobacco.. Phthalate free. Paraben free.
Vanilla Content: 5%
Flashpoint: 178°F

INCI: Parfum

Maximum Skin Safe Exposure:
Soap, Body Wash, Bath Salts: 15%
Lotions & Scrubs: 1.3%
Face Cream: 0.4%
Perfume: 1.3%
Lip: 0%

*NOTE: These are maximum use levels for skin exposure only. These percentages may not reflect the amount of fragrance that a base/product can accept. Be sure to test the final product to ensure that it performs as desired/intended.


This scent was nice. Doesn't even need to be added to a Christmas themed soap because it smells somewhat like cherries.

I added this fragrance to a coffee soap I was making because I didn't have anything else on hand and it smells really nice. The coffee comes through a little bit so it adds something special to it.

I honestly thought I ruined my soap when I added this fragrance (the smell of the coffee and lye was not great to begin with) but it turned out great!

jp's picture

what is the difference between Essential Oil and Fragrance Oils??? thanks in advance sincerely John-Paul:^)


jilly71's picture

I call this cherry wood. I use it in soap and bath bombs. Lol ots of people love it.

I ordered this as I loved the name and out of the bottle it seemed a bit much HOWEVER once it's in the soap it's amazing!
Great for use in CP, no acceleration, no ricing. I used Vanilla Stabilizer so that the soap wouldn't discolour due to the 5% Vanilla content.
I put red and green embeds inside and I think this will make a great Christmas soap!
As some mentioned it doesn't have to be just a Christimas scent, due to it mostly smelling of rich cherries you could use it all year round.