Brown Sugar and Fig Fragrance Oil - CandleScience
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REVISION NOTICE: It is our policy to notify customers if any part of a fragrance was changed for any reason.

As of June 19, 2019 our Brown Sugar and Fig was revised to meet our stringent safety standards to remove ingredients on the Prop 65 list. The original fragrance characteristics have been preserved. To see details of the previous version, click here.

Romantic and luxurious, Brown Sugar and Fig is a warm embrace for your senses. Top notes of ripe fig, caramelized sugar, and a touch of sea salt come through right away, while deep brown sugar makes up the heart of this fragrance. Dark musk and amber in the base reinforce the richness of this enticing scent.

Brown Sugar and Fig is a classic scent for bath and body care products and is sure to be a bestseller all year long. Candles, diffusers, and melts made with this fragrance infuse elegance into spaces large and small.

This fragrance oil is infused with natural essential oils including lemon.

Note Profile:
Top: Fig, Caramelized Sugar, Sea Salt
Middle: Brown Sugar, Green Floral
Base: Amber, Dark Musk

Suggested Colors: Brown, Pink
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Note: Bottles filled by weight, levels may vary.

Candle Safe Yes Usage: 3-10%
Soap Safe Yes Usage: 3-6%
Lotion Safe Yes Usage: 1-2%
Vanillin Content 0.01% - 2%
Soy Performance
Flashpoint > 225 °F
Phthalate Free Yes
Prop 65 Warning Required No
Diffuser Base Compatible Yes; Up to 25%

*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.

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Cold Process Soap Performance
Acceleration Discoloration Separation
Moderate Tan None

Lye Water Temperature 118ºF
Oil temperature 118ºF

We did not experience any separation but there was some acceleration. Initially, the mixture was not creating an emulsion—we used the stick blender and stirred by hand quite a bit longer than usual just to create an emulsion. Once we had an emulsion, it came almost immediately to a medium trace. As we poured into the mold there were some areas that had come to a thick trace before the rest of the batter. After 24 hours, the soap was a bit soft but still unmolded easily. The bars discolored to a gold shade and were very strong and sweet smelling. We did observe that the soap reached a partial gel through the center. After 30 days the soap discolored to a tan shade and the scent was more balanced and very strong. Overall the batter stayed workable, just plan to work quickly and create a simple design. This would also be a good choice to do some piping on top if using a loaf mold.

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(based upon 6 reviews)

Well, we lost Brown Sugar Fig

Brown Sugar Fig was my favorite scent, soaring over all others; really. I make a ton of these candles and I really didn't expect that it would change this much. I mean we're talking; I had found my happy place for aroma therapy. The throw was so perfect. I need to find a replacement if possible, but part of me says, screw it. I'm so tired of these changes that mess everything up. All the time and money wasted doing more research and testing. Someone said to me, why don't you do it then. And I'm thinking to myself, I'm not mafia enough to be in the candle or fragrance supply business. I'd change the name to Brown Sugar. It smells nothing like the 'toxic' version. I'm so sad/mad. I'd like know where to get the other, original scent. What was I thinking? My mind! It must be going south or something. Buttered Brown Sugar maybe. I have NOT read any reviews, another mistake I've made lately. I'll read them now. Rant complete.

My Fall Fav!

This is so luxurious. I love it and so do our customers. I’m shocked by the other reviews. It’s amazing!!

Not for me, but

I was hoping to smell more brown sugar than fig. I did not like this scent at all, but for those looking for Fig and sweetness scent I would recommend this FO.

So disappointed

The discontinued Brown Sugar and Fig was one of my very favorite scent CS sold. This new version isn’t even close. It smells mainly like artificial caramel and no trace of fig.

revised scent

Disappointed with the revised scent, it's not nearly identical to the old fragrance. It's smells more chocolatey.


Received this fragrance as a free sample, made goat's milk soap with it... Wowsers it smells amazing, difficulty on my re-order list 🥰.