Notes of sea salt air, lemon zest and coconut water blend with beach rose and sea grass. Phthalate free. Paraben free.
Vanilla Content: 0%
Maximum Skin Safe Exposure:
Soap, Body Wash, Bath Salts: 10%
Lotions & Scrubs: 10%
Face Cream: 10%
*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 is a lovely ocean scent but I did have a bit of acceleration in my cold process recipe. It wasn’t too fast but my batter was definitely thickening and I had to move to get my in-the-pot swirl done and into my loaf molds. The batter was also developing a bit of a grainy look suggesting a tendency to rice a bit - nothing that required another go with the stick blender, but it was there. Anyway, I’d use this fragrance again because I like the scent for ocean-themed soap, but I’d stick to a simple design.
My son accidentally spilled about 2/3 of the 2oz jar, so with what was left I used in a 1lb soap, I mixed it in after bringing to light trace & adding colour - still had enough time to work with the batter to do swirls. I love the scent, but it’s difficult to identify what it is - there is a freshness that lasts in my nostrils, almost but not quite a citrus, hint of rose?? I like it, but will take a break from it, since my kitchen floors got a good dose of it.
I really loved the smell. It reminded me of a day at the pool. I used my go to recipe and it separeted so bad! I manage to mix it up again but my beater was hot to touch before i could finish.
Be warned, not for beginner fragrance.
I find that the lemon is quite strong in this scent. I decided to do a 4 layer soap which was a little ambitious - this FO will accelerate your soap, but you've definitely got time to work. I just had never done a layered soap before :P