This is a really nice scent. I'm not sure where people are getting "cologne", or "detergent" from. I don't get that at all. I used this in MP soap. It's a very relaxing, clean, and sunny scent. This seems like it would appeal to most people. I feel like there's a hint of musk in it, even though musk isn't listed in the description. I don't mind musk, so that works for me. I feel like this is one of the better FOs from CS. I'm not sure what it would be like in a candle, but I know it is very nice in soap. I could see this working in other bath products as well.
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Our Sea Minerals fragrance oil brings a refined, ozonic freshness to any space. This clean scent starts with top notes of ozone and crisp linen. Eucalyptus and freesia complement the sea salt core of this fragrance. A touch of powder in the base keeps this scent light and airy, while moss adds an earthy, green depth.
Create a calming atmosphere for any space with this fragrance in candles, melts, and reed diffusers. Spa products like exfoliating salt scrubs and whipped soaps find their perfect match in Sea Minerals, for a result that’s equal parts peace and luxury.
This fragrance oil is infused with natural essential oils, including patchouli, eucalyptus, pine, and citronella.
Alternative Branding Ideas: Petrichor, Before the Storm, Yukon WatersNote Profile:
Top: Ozone, Linen
Middle: Eucalyptus, Sea Salt, Freesia
Base: Moss, Powder
Suggested Colors: Seafoam, Teal, Green, Blue
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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%|
|Flashpoint||> 212 °F|
|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 112ºF
Oil temperature 114ºF
We experienced excessive acceleration with this fragrance but there was no separation. Within seconds of stick blending we reached a very thick trace and the batter resembled lumpy mashed potatoes. We used a spatula to smooth out the lumps and quickly poured the soap into mold, which was really more of a plop. After 24 hours the soap was a very light tan shade and the scent was strong. We observed that the soap had almost reached a full gel with no insulation. After 30 days the soap discoloration was a light tan shade and the scent had faded slightly but remained true to the out of bottle character. This would be a great fragrance to use the spoon plop technique for your design but definitely add your colors and get them mixed in before hand stirring in the fragrance.
OMG!!! I just received this FO and straight out the bottle. I am in love, one of my favorite so far. Can't wait to make a candle with this FO!
LOVE this scent. I'm calling it Beachcomber because it reminds me both of walking the beach on a windy gray day with the salt air whipping through your hair, and of sunny days when the onshore breeze kicks up that ocean air. If I could rate this off the charts, I would.
Very strong ht and ct in 464 but I don't like the fragrance. It's like tide detergent or zest soap. I was hoping the "petrichor" would be accurate, but I am disappointed.
I have a shop that specializes in gifts inspired by the coast and have been searching for the perfect "water" scent for my candles. This is it! Sultry and sophisticated, but still bright and breezy. Perfect beach resort candle scent.
This is a nice scent oob but to me just smells like a very strong men’s cologne. It would definitely be great for a masculine candle but if you’re looking for something with an ocean vibe I’d check out High Tide instead