Just received this in the mail and I was soooo excited to try this one out. I haven't made this into a candle yet (which I am planning on doing this weekend), but I tested this out on a blotter strip and it is to die for. It is super fresh, clean, and floral, I absolutely love it!! This may be perfect to add onto my spring/summer line next year.
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Our Calla Lily fragrance oil is a fresh floral bouquet highlighting this exquisite flower that can symbolize magnificent beauty and rebirth. It opens with bright notes of clover, ozone, and lemon peel before giving way to a floral heart of hydrangea, lily, and cherry blossom. Powder, light musk, and amyris in the base add depth to this scent.
Try this inviting floral fragrance in your handcrafted lotions or melt and pour soaps. Reed diffusers and candles made with this Calla Lily scent add an ambience of fresh spring flowers to any room.
This fragrance is infused with natural essential oils, including orange peel oil.
Alternative Branding Ideas: Hydrangea and Clover, Lily of the Valley, Dahlia, Hyacinth
Top: Clover, Ozone, Lemon Peel
Middle: Lily, Hydrangea, Cherry Blossom, Lily of the Valley
Base: Powder, Light Musk, Amyris
Suggested Colors: Ivory, Purple, Violet, Pink
See our complete list of candle making dyes and soap colorants.
Note: Bottles filled by weight, levels may vary.
|Candle Safe||Yes||Usage: 3-10%|
|Soap Safe||Yes||Usage: 3-5%|
|Lotion Safe||Yes||Usage: 1-2%|
|Vanillin Content||0.01% - 2%|
|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.
Cold Process Soap Performance
Lye Water Temperature 107ºF
Oil temperature 107ºF
We experienced excessive acceleration and a moderate amount of separation with this fragrance, but the soap batter was easily fixed without resorting to hot process. Once the lye water was poured into the oils we pulsed the stick blender just 2 times and instantly had chunks of soap in the pot. The fast acceleration caused some of the oils to stay separated. Using the stick blender, we gently hand stirred the soap and it started to smooth out and come together. With just one more pulse of the stick blender it turned back to chunks of soap. There was no separation of oils at this point so we patiently hand stirred the batter until it was smooth. The soap was at a thick trace but still workable so we prepared to pour the batter into the mold. We then realized we had not prepped the mold! Working very quickly, we got a mold prepared and happily, the batter was still fluid enough to pour. It did start to stiffen slightly as the last bits were poured into the mold but a few tamps on the table and the top smoothed itself out. After 24 hours we observed the soap had almost reached a full gel. There was no discoloration and the scent was very strong. After 30 days, the soap had discolored to a very light tan shade and the scent was strong with a fresh, clean floral aroma. Due to the acceleration, you will want to work very quickly and hand stir in the fragrance. We would recommend a very simple design, possibly just a single color or a 2 color layer.