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Mountain Mist Fragrance Oil
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Bring the spirit of the forest into your living space with Mountain Mist fragrance oil. Originating in Japan, shinrin-yoku, or forest bathing, is the practice of spending time in nature and it’s been growing in popularity. Why? Because unplugging and connecting to nature helps us de-stress, be present, and it just feels nice!

Unlike our other pine forest scents, Mountain Mist focuses on lush green and marine notes. Airy top notes of ozone, green floral, and marine are tinged with apple and mint. Leafy green leaves and fragrant eucalyptus compose the heart of this scent, which rests on a woodland base of moss, sandalwood, and balsam. Capture the spirit of the forest in candles, melts, and tarts. Or, emulate a forest bath with soaps, scrubs, lotions, and other bath and body products.

This fragrance is infused with essential oils, including cedarwood, orange, elemi, guaiacwood, peppermint, eucalyptus, nutmeg, and birch tar.

Blends well with: Fireside, Gardenia and Tuberose

Alternative branding ideas: In the Clouds, Misty Pine, Mountain Air, Forest Bathing

Suggested colors: Green, Light Gray, Light Blue

See our complete list of candle making dyes and soap colorants.

Fragrance Notes

Top
Ozone, Green Floral, Mint, Marine, Apple
Middle
Green Leaves, Eucalyptus
Base
Moss, Balsam, Sandalwood

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
182° F
Vanillin Content
0%
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
Dark Yellow
Separation
Slight

Lye Water Temperature 115ºF
Oil temperature 113ºF

We experienced moderate acceleration and some slight separation. Once we added the lye water to the oils, we made a few quick pulses with the stick blender and could already see some thickening even though a full emulsion had not yet been achieved. We continued hand stirring to help form a stable emulsion which then quickly formed a thick trace that was the consistency of lumpy mashed potatoes. Despite how thick the batter became, it was not stiff, so we continued to hand stir and confirm there were no loose oils or lye water. We plopped the soap in the mold and tamped it several times on the counter to try and minimize any air pockets that may have formed inside. After 24 hours, we observed the soap had reached a full gel except for the corners and had a texture similar to hot process soap. The bars were also slightly weepy after the cut. The scent was strong, and the soap had discolored yellow. After 30 days, the soap discolored to a dark yellow. The scent remained strong but had a slight shift from the out of bottle character. While the soap did fully saponify and created a usable bar of soap, the finished texture may not have the desired look for your cold process soap. You may find using this fragrance in a hot process soap or other personal care application easier.

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