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An exciting new formulation!
This herbaceous, fresh bouquet begins with a top note of green cucumber and soothing sage. The heart blends wild lavender, white lilies, chamomile, violet and bois de rose. The base is a clean, long-lasting musk with accents of cedar and rose.
Top: Cucumber, sage leaf
MIddle: Lavender, chamomile
Base: Musk, rose
All fragrance oils due to their raw materials may discolour the wax. This is normal. Please test small quantities first.
Eroma Recommended Fragrance Usage: Lavender Cucumber Sage Candle Fragrance Oil: The percentages listed below reflect our maximum suggested fragrance usage in the corresponding finished products.
Please Note: Due to the fact that our fragrances are 100% concentrated, we suggest that you test our fragrances in finished products before you make any conclusions about our fragrances.
Our testing notes should never take the place of your own personal testing. Always test fragrance in all applications. We do not take responsibility for our test results differing from your test results.
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|Vegetable Waxes & Paraffin Wax||Maximum Use 10%|
|Potpourri & Incense||Maximum Use 10%|
|Bath Oils, Soaps, Bath Gels|| Maximum Use 1%
Phthalate-Free & Nitro Musk Free Fragrance
Flash Point of Fragrance
Vanilla Content of Fragrance (In the event that a fragrance has a vanilla content, it may tend to discolour bath and body products, soaps and candles. Please test thoroughly, as this can happen in both the short and long term.)
Fragrance Specifics: Lavender Cucumber Sage Candle Fragrance Oil:
Fresh and lively with a strong cold throw, this really brightens up a room. The hot throw is pretty good too. Will definitely order again, love it!
After coming to Sydney for 2 days to buy FO this (Lavender Cucumber Sage)and Black Amber and Lavender were my favourite and I dont like Laveneder at all. I loved the way this smelt in the bottle you get that heady lavender buzz without the bad nanna lavender after burn, then it goes into this warm herbacious neutral, which is cucumber and it finishes with a sage hit.
I am trialing and taking the time to provide feedback and reviews on NCS FO in cold processing soap making because there is very little posted at the moment. I tested 12 x 140gr samples using a silicon mould using the following soap formular - 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. Lavender, Cucumber Sage behaved well, no acceleration, no ricing or seperation.
Just under 24hrs since batching, soap is very very soft and sticky. Too soft to unmould, out of the 12 samples, this is one of the softest, will see how this goes. Post cold processing in a heavy alkaline solution ATM I cannot tell if the FO has changed much, not sure how this FO scent will develop in CP soap at the moment I cannot really differentiate what is the smell, because I cannot unmould the soap. I will update with another review later. No discolouration.
AMAZING! This has to be one of my favourites and is so popular with my clients, it's so soft and fresh. Highly recommend.