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A unique and complex blend of rustic amber and french lavender with added notes of tonka bean, vanilla and clary sage.
Top: Lemon, Bergamot
Middle: Lavender, Clary Sage
Base: Tonka Bean, Vanilla, Amber
|Candle Use||YES||max usage: 10%|
|Body Use||YES||max usage: 3%|
|Liquid Soap Use||YES||max usage: 1%|
|Lotion Use||YES||max usage: 0.5%|
|Diffuser Use||YES||max usage: 25%|
|Room Spray Use||YES||max usage: 1%|
Please note that the above information is a recommendation only and testing should always be conducted before committing to large orders. Eroma can't guarantee the quality of your final products, only the quality of the materials as they are dispatched.
Behaved beautifully in cold process soap. Didn't accelerate or discolour the batter at all. I would consider this FO to be more masculine in scent. I don't much care for lavender but this one is beautiful.
I used in bath bombs and bath salts instead of straight lavender. Still smells like lavender but I found it had more depth to the scent.
a couple of dabs of this on a cloth and then throw your sheets in the dryer ( even for just 10 mins ) and you'll sleep like a baby
I went to Sydney to visit vendors to buy FO, I spent 2 days smelling FO so by the time I found this one I was pretty fed up. This was one of my absolute favourites and I dont like lavender. I love this FO out of the Bottle, it is just stunning. The Black Amber makes this an almost masculine FO, but the lavender herby/sweet pulls back the strong thick smell of amber, and it is finishes with a fresh sage scent. I was adamant that I would not like this, I was so wrong. My husband likes this and he hates everything soap/FO related.
I am trialing NCS FO in cold processing soap 12 x 140gr samples using a silicon mould (50% Olive Oil, 25% Coconut Oil, 25% Palm Oil, no colourants, or additives).
Mixed until emulsifed mainly because of the number of samples I am doing per batch.Black AMber & Lavender behaved well, no acceleration, no ricing or seperation.
Just under 24hrs since batching, soap is very, very soft, too soft to unmould, this maybe becasue I only mixed to emulsification. Post cold processing in a heavy alkaline solution ATM it is tending to have the base amber notes, Not sure how this one will finish up. I will provide an update over the next weeks post this soap curing a little more.
This is a lovely fragrance however, I found it has a very light cold throw.