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Apricot Grove Fragrance Oil
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Apricot Grove fragrance oil fills a unique niche of upscale but homey scents. Slightly floral with just a hint of woodsiness, subtle notes of pear blend with mid notes of apricot, nectarine and jasmine cushioned by a base of vetiver, patchouli and vanilla.

Welcome guests into your home with the exquisite scent of Apricot Grove in candles, wax melts, and tarts. It’s also an elegant choice for soaps, lotions, and scrubs.

This fragrance is infused with lavandin essential oil.

Blends well with: Vetiver, Hibiscus Palm, Sandalwood, Cotton and Iris

Alternative branding ideas: Apricot and White Woods, Apricot and Vetiver, White Apricot

Suggested colors: Peach, Tan

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Fragrance Notes

Top
Pear
Middle
Nectarine, Apricot, Jasmine
Base
Patchouli, Vetiver, Vanilla

Properties

This product is Candle Safe usage: 3-10%
This product is Soap Safe usage: 2-6%
This product is Lotion Safe usage: 1-2%
This product is Phthalate Free
This product is not Diffuser Base Compatible
Soy Performance
3 of 3
Flashpoint
203° F
Vanillin Content
0.01% - 2%
This product is not Prop 65 Warning Required
*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. Bottles filled by weight, levels may vary.

Cold Process Soap Performance

Acceleration
Moderate
Discoloration
Tan
Separation
None

Lye Water Temperature 114ºF
Oil temperature 107ºF

We experienced a moderate amount of acceleration but no separation. Our regular test of fragrance oil in cold process soap is to add the fragrance to the melted oils then add the lye water, however, being human we forgot to add the fragrance first. Oops! This turned out to be a happy accident with this fragrance oil. Once we realized our mistake, we chose to hand stir in the fragrance when we reached a light trace. We quickly felt the soap batter thickening as we stirred. Once we were confident all the fragrance had been incorporated we poured the soap into the mold. Fortunately, it remained smooth and poured fluidly into the mold. After 24 hours, we observed that the outer edges had discolored yellow but the gelled area in the center did not discolor. The scent was strong and more of the woody notes came through. After 30 days, the soap in the areas that did not gel discolored tan, while the gelled area discolored to a light tan. The scent had faded slightly but was still pleasantly strong. We would recommend that this fragrance be hand stirred in at a light trace and to plan working quickly.

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