This page contains the knowledge of how fragrances behave in cold process soap. This is not a definitive guide, and fragrance may (and probably will) behave differently in your soap batter. Always test! I use a 60% hard oil recipe that is always soaped at room temperature. Soaping at higher temperatures is almost always guaranteed to give you acceleration.

CP = cold process
A = acceleration
R – ricing
D – discolouration
TD = titanium dioxide

EROMA

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EILUXE

Night Before Christmas

No acceleration. Very slight ricing. No discolouration.

Christmas Breeze

Acceleration. Ricing. Heat tunnels and lye leakage when cut open. Would not recommend for cold process soaping.

Christmas Breeze

Acceleration. Ricing. Heat tunnels and lye leakage when cut open. Would not recommend for cold process soaping.

RANGE

Citrus Mint

Well behaved

Lime

No acceleration., then thickens slightly. No discolouration, separation or ricing.

Aussie Sea Salt

Accelerates. Discolours slightly yellow.

Lemon Lime

Well behaved. No discolouration. Nice & strong scent.

Cherry Wild

Accelerated badly. Went a weird textured.

Coconut

Accelerated slightly. Discolours to cream with TD in it.

Vanilla Cucumber

Well behaved.

Peach

Discolours. Accelerates but not too badly. Slight separation on pouring. Smells like Makassar Ebony & Peach from Eroma.

Clementine

Well behaved. Thins trace.

Kaffir Lime & Coco

Well behaved. Discolours to yellowish tinge. Scent doesn’t hold for long.

Vanilla

Stays very fluid. Discolours.

AUSSIE CANDLE SUPPLIES

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CANDLE SUPPLY

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AUSSIE SOAP SUPPLIES

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