I was very happy with this fragrance, I did 6% with 464 wax absolutely perfect. Both with wooden and cotton wick and the cold and hot throw just right.
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Imagine a crisp winter night, the crunch of newfallen snow beneath your feet, and the brisk scent of pine tickling your nose. Alpine Balsam fragrance oil captures this woodsy scene beautifully. This fresh scent’s sparkling champagne and citrus top notes merge with a heart of balsam and cedar before melting into a bed of moss mixed with woodsy pine, juniper, and patchouli.
A unique addition to our collection of pine fragrances, Alpine Balsam is a lovely choice for winter or outdoorsy-themed candles, melts, and tarts. Whipped soap, sugar scrubs, lotions, and handmade soap round out the approved products for this wintry fragrance.
This fragrance oil is infused with natural essential oils including cedarwood, fir, lavandin, patchouli, labdanum, and mandarin.
Alternative branding ideas: Twinkling Balsam, White Balsam, Noble Fir and Cedar
Top: Champagne, Bergamot
Middle: Balsam, Cedar
Base: Pine, Juniper, Moss, Patchouli
Suggested colors: Natural, Dark Green
Looking for the right pine fragrance oil? Consult our Pine Fragrance Oil Guide!
Note: Bottles filled by weight, levels may vary.
|Candle Safe||Yes||Usage: 3-10%|
|Soap Safe||Yes||Usage: 2-6%|
|Prop 65 Warning Required||No|
|Diffuser Base Compatible||No|
*Usage amounts are recommendations only. Individual usage amounts can vary based on your desired fragrance strength, wax type, soap base, or lotion base. See IFRA certificate for max usage levels.
Cold Process Soap Performance
Lye Water Temperature 120ºF
Oil temperature 115ºF
We did not experience any acceleration or separation. Once at a light trace we noticed the batter turned bright yellow. The soap poured smoothly into the mold and did not begin to stiffen. After 24 hours, we observed the soap had almost reached a full gel and the bars discolored to a light tan around the outer edges while the center remained yellow. The scent was strong with a dominant eucalyptus note. After 30 days, the soap bars discolored to a uniform light tan and the scent remained strong.
This was the one I was most looking forward to in this fragrance launch and I've been waiting to review this one until my candle cured! I finally lit my Alpine Balsam candle today and the cold throw and the hot throw are both just amazing. It smells so light, fresh, crisp, and woodsy. My favorite candle scent of all time is Yankee's Balsam Cedar and while this fragrance doesn't smell the same by any means, I think it smells a bit better than it honestly! I LOVE Balsam and CS hit the nail on the head with this.
Side note: last night I was repainting my office and I left this candle on my shelves. Even though I was wearing a mask and was venting out my room, I kept getting whiffs of my candle and I kept asking myself, "What is that?!" It's great. I'm looking forward to releasing this for one of my winter scents.
Let me preface this by saying I am NOT a fan of any "Pine" scents - but this one is not overpowering and the Bergamot is an excellent balance - this is currently in my testing phase for my holiday line with BW921.
I got this into 464 at 10% and the cold throw is rich. A nice pine comes through as you walk by. I imagine this one will be as popular at the market as Frasier Fir. Nice job, CandleScience!
This fragrance has a Christmas morning but also a Christmas eve scent to it. OOTB there's definitely pine but there's a Light hint of citrus. I accidentally got some on my nose and after a minute or so its smells like you can also use it as a lotion/cologne because its not a straight Christmas tree scent. Sounds weird but its refreshing and it smells good. I might be replacing white birch with this one for my x-mas line.