Fragrance Testing in Cold Process Soap: Bitter Orange Orchid, Spiced Fig, Plumberrry Spice, and Heliotrope

I have more photos for our Fragrance Testing Series! This is a long series of blog posts that will show the testing of our fragrances in Cold Process Soap. We are testing ALL the fragrances in our catalog at their maximum recommended usage rate for Cold Process Soap and showing you pictures of what the finished soaps look like in a side by side comparison with an unscented control batch. Since these fragrances were tested at their maximum recommended usage rate, I wouldn’t recommend using more fragrance! These soaps are strongly scented and will smell much stronger when wet!

Our first fragrance today in Cold Process Soap is Bitter Orange Orchid. According to our catalog, Bitter Orange Orchid “Our staff has gone nuts for this one! It is grown up and fun. The orange scent isn’t like a sweet orange but more tart and spicy. It works great in gel candles and we are making lotions galore to slather on this fragrance. Try some in your next creation and sit back to watch people clamor over each other to find out about this intriguing scent.” Don’t let the Bitter in this fragrance intimidate you. This has become a top requested scent in my family. A great combination of simple sweetness and holiday spices. A great fragrance to use lightly in lotions and strong in room sprays.

There is a minimal discoloration of note, a soft pale barely there tan. We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.5%, which is 0.4 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch.

Bitter Orange Orchid scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Bitter Orange Orchid scented soap on the left and control on the right.


Spiced Fig scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Spiced Fig scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Our second fragrance in Cold Process Soap is Spiced Fig. According to our catalog, Spiced Fig is “The perfect holiday scent of clove studded fruit and baking pies. This scent is like no other, it says welcome to all who enter the home as though they are good friends who have come for coffee and pie.” A great pick me up scent, it wakes up your senses with a sweet fruity fig and fresh holiday baking. What could be better than that!

There is a minimal discoloration of note, a soft pale barely there tan. We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.5%, which is 0.4 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch.


Our third fragrance in Cold Process Soap is Plumberry Spice. According to our catalog, Plumberry Spice “Our seasonal favorite is back! Sweetened plums, currants, blackberries and raspberries, cinnamon, cloves and vanilla. This scent is more universal than a mere candle scent, even though when used heavily it does smell like a candle. The fragrance is strong due to the spices so start with a little and increase!” I had a friend’s 10 year old son that love to drench himself in a body-spray scented with Plumberry Spice. It got the attention of all the girls at school that loved how he smelled. His mom had to hid the body-spray and apply for him or he would have use the whole bottle.

There is a minimal discoloration of note, a soft pale tan. We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.5%, which is 0.4 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch.

Plumberry Spice scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Plumberry Spice scented soap on the left and control on the right.


Heliotrope scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Heliotrope scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Our fourth fragrance in Cold Process Soap is Heliotrope. According to our catalog, Heliotrope this “scent has a sensual musky note that is under the top layers of vanilla, powder and floral. This sweet and delicate scent is certainly suitable for many applications including soaps, lotions, candles.” A pleasant and enjoyable scent, you get that musky notes and sweet powder fresh aromas. A great choice to use in your soap.

There is a minimal discoloration of note a soft pale barely there tan. We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.5%, which is 0.4 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch.

Thank you for joining us today! We will be releasing more pictures as we continue testing soaps. If there is a fragrance you would like to see, let us know and we will put it at the top of our list!


Here are the details about our test batches before we added any fragrances!

Ingredients
Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
Coconut Oil
Olive Oil
Shea Butter
Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
Water
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Spoons
Pipettes
Immersion Blender
Soap Mold

Recipe:

Recipe in Grams
170 grams Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
142 grams Coconut Oil
113 grams Olive Oil
29 grams Shea Butter
64 grams Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
177 mL Water
Recipe in Ounces
6 oz Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
5 oz Coconut Oil
4 oz Olive Oil
1 oz Shea Butter
2.26 oz Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
6 fl oz Water
Recipe in Percentages
37.5% Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
31.25% Coconut Oil
25% Olive Oil
6.25% Shea Butter
Q.S. Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
Q.S. Water

Our temperatures for lye and oils are between 125°F and 130°F to handle our currently cool weather. We make our soap with a 6% superfat. All of the batches we make are mixed to light trace and then the fragrance is added. After the fragrance is added we mix until the fragrance is incorporated and then we pour into the mold.

Tonya

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Spring is Here Challenge Cosmetics Submission – Leilani

Spring is amazing. I love how color just seems to flood the landscape. I will always remember the enormous lilac bushes that lined my grandparents property. They had white, light purple and dark purple lilacs. They were beautiful. Leilani also thinks of flowers in spring. Here is what she says. 

Spring means that we get to smell the lovely floral scents in the air, but you can enjoy those scents year round with perfume. Here are some solid perfumes I make, all of them are from mixing essential oils and MMS fragrance oils. The most popular one is Wicked, made using mostly MMS’s Wicked fragrance oil plus a splash of a secret ingredient J. I had fun designing these labels, they show the whimsy and colors of spring.

Taylor

Leilani's Perfume

Leilani’s Perfume

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Quick and Easy Dinner Rolls

I love rolls. They are a welcome sight whether it is spring, summer, winter or fall. Rolls are also great at making the house smell cozy and inviting. I wanted to share my favorite recipe. This recipe can make a nice sized pan of rolls. I love how fast and easy they are! When it comes to any Thanksgiving sized feast, this recipe is my secret weapon for great tasting, soft dinner rolls.

 

 

Ingredients
Lukewarm Water
Warm Milk (100º to 110º F)
Butter
Sugar
Instant Yeast
Salt
All Purpose Flour
Equipment
Scale
2 Large Bowls
Plastic Wrap
Baking Pan

Recipe:

Recipe in Grams
113 grams Lukewarm Water
454 grams Warm Milk (100º to 110º F)
43 grams Butter
21 grams Sugar
28 grams Instant Yeast
34 grams Salt
723 grams to 843 grams All Purpose Flour
Recipe in Ounces
4 oz Lukewarm Water
16 oz Warm Milk (100º to 110º F)
1 1/2 oz Butter
3/4 oz Sugar
1 oz Instant Yeast
1 1/4 oz Salt
25 1/2 oz to 29 3/4 oz All Purpose Flour
Recipe in Volume
1/2 cup Lukewarm Water
2 cups Warm Milk (100º to 110º F)
3 tablespoons Butter
2 tablespoons Sugar
2 1/2 tablespoons Instant Yeast
1 tablespoon Salt
6 to 7 cups All Purpose Flour

1) Add water, milk, butter, sugar, salt and yeast to a large bowl. Stir well and let sit for 6-8 minutes or until you see the mixture begin to foam.

2) Add 5 cups of flour and mix until you have a shaggy mess. The dough will not have formed a ball yet. It will be just shy of coming together.

3) Add the remaining flour a 1/2 at a time, blending until smooth. Knead by hand for 10 minutes or by machine for 4 to 5 minutes until the dough of ball is soft and smooth. It should be elastic and slightly tacky to the touch.

4) Spray a bowl with cooking spray. Place the dough inside and spritz the top with cooking spray. Cover with plastic wrap and allow the dough to sit for 1 hour or until the dough is full and puffy.

5) Gently deflate the dough and pat out to a rough rectangle about 8 inches by 12 inches. Cut the dough into 4 long strips, then cut each strip into 6 portions for a total of 24 dough balls. With one hand, put your index finger and thumb together forming an O. Push the dough through that O forming a smooth top and a small seam that will become the bottom of the roll. You may need to spritz your hands with cooking spray so the dough doesn’t stick.

6) Place the rolls in a lightly greased or parchment lined pan. (I used a 9X13 inch pan.) After the rolls are in the pans, cover again with your plastic wrap and let rise at room temperature for another hour, or until well rounded and full looking. Preheat the oven to 350°F.

7) Bake the rolls for 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown and an internal thermometer reads 190°F. You can brush the baked rolls with melted butter if desired. Serve warm, store leftovers in a plastic bag for up to 3 days.

Taylor

Baked Rolls

Baked Rolls

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Adding Warm Milk

Adding Warm Milk

Adding Yeast

Adding Yeast

Mixture after being allowed to sit

Mixture after being allowed to sit

Adding Flour

Adding Flour

Mixing Dough

Mixing Dough

Dough ready to roll out

Dough ready to roll out

Dough rolled out

Dough rolled out

Greased pan ready for rolls

Greased pan ready for rolls

Pushing Dough through fingers to shape the roll

Pushing Dough through fingers to shape the roll

Pushing Dough through fingers to shape the roll

Pushing Dough through fingers to shape the roll

Shaped roll

Shaped roll

Rolls ready to rise then be put into oven

Rolls ready to rise then be put into oven

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Gentle Lotion Scrub

We recently received a request for a gentle scrub that would be on the thicker side and be gentle when exfoliating the skin. So today I am going to show you how to make a Lotion Scrub. This is very simple to make, easy to use, and your skin will be extremely happy.

Recipe:
4 oz – Head to Toe Cream, Paraben Free
2 tablespoons – Fiber, Luffa – Ground or Fiber, Vanilla Beans – Ground
Containers of choice – I’m using 4 oz Clear PET Low Profile Jar Size 70

I first measure out 4 ounces of lotion base into a mixing bowl then added 2 tablespoons of ground luffa or vanilla bean, stirred with a spoon until completely mixed, then I filled the finished scrub into containers, that’s it.

I was really excited to try this scrub so I used the luffa scrub first and scooped some out and rubbed it in my hands and up my arms a bit. I rubbed for a couple of minutes and then rinsed it off in warm water. The excess lotion and ground luffa or vanilla bean rinsed right off and left my hands soft and silky. This would be great to apply everywhere prior to a shower, my legs definitely could use this. What a great idea and something different to use for those of you that need a gentle exfoliation.

Happy Scrubbing!

Tonya

Ingredients

Ingredients

Adding Luffa to the lotion

Adding Luffa to the lotion

Adding Vanilla Beans to Lotion

Adding Vanilla Beans to Lotion

Mixed lotion with ground vanilla beans

Mixed lotion with ground vanilla beans

Mixed lotion with ground luffa

Mixed lotion with ground luffa

Product completed in containers

Products completed in containers

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Spring is Here Challenge Soap Submission – Michael

There comes a point every year when I get absolutely sick of popsicle toes, gallons of hot beverages and snow. I’m fast approaching my breaking point. I am wanting color! Loads of color! Buckets of color! Give me color! 

Michael is feeling much the same way. Check out the soap Michael made to make sure spring gets here and stays!

I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of winter, enough already! Looking at this soap and smelling it just gets me in the mood for spring. This is an Orange Basil Castile Soap.
Taylor

Michael's Spring Soap

Michael’s Spring Soap

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Fragrance Testing in Cold Process Soap: Jacob, 21, Esme, Volturi, Christmas Tree

I have more photos for our Fragrance Testing Series! This is a long series of blog posts that will show the testing of our fragrances in Cold Process Soap. We are testing ALL the fragrances in our catalog at their maximum recommended usage rate for Cold Process Soap and showing you pictures of what the finished soaps look like in a side by side comparison with an unscented control batch. Since these fragrances were tested at their maximum recommended usage rate, I wouldn’t recommend using more fragrance! These soaps are strongly scented and will smell much stronger when wet!

Our first fragrance today in Cold Process Soap is Jacob. According to our catalog, Jacob is a “blend of evergreen woods, moss, patchouli and sensual musk. It is a deep, yet fresh scent and entirely masculine.” I’m definitely Team Jacob. There was not any discoloration of note and this means you can make that awesome swirl you have always been dreaming of without worrying about the fragrance causing discoloration. We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.5%, which is 0.4 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch.
Jacob scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Jacob scented soap on the left and control on the right.


21 scented soap on the left and control on the right.

21 scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Our second fragrance in Cold Process Soap is 21. According to our catalog, 21 is a “flirty scent in a creamy coconut blend with fresh sea air, bergamot, herbal lavender and buttery vanilla. It is fresh and youthful. I smell this scent and think of the crazy TV commercials that show luxurious long hair that is clean, sparkly and sexy. This scent would make a nice day perfume.” This scent gives a fresh and fun feeling, fairly calm sent and definitely not overwhelming.

There is a moderate discoloration and the soap is a medium tan color.We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.5%, which is 0.4 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch.


Our third fragrance in Cold Process Soap is Esme. According to our catalog, Esme is “super fresh, calming water type scent. Think of green melons, fresh air, wild flowers, jasmine, violet, cashmere and musk. A lovely, classy and happy scent.” In this soap the scent is a mild pleasant crisp and clean scent that you can surely find bits of melon in a nice patch of flowers.

There was not any discoloration of note and this means you can make the swirl you have always been dreaming of without worrying about the fragrance causing discoloration. We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.5%, which is 0.4 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch.

Esme scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Esme scented soap on the left and control on the right.


Volturi scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Volturi scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Our fourth fragrance in Cold Process Soap is Volturi. According to our catalog, Volturi is “royalty among fragrances, and top among vampires! Timeless lemon, lime, lavender and amber combine with cedar, clover and patchouly. A rich, sexy and enticing scent.” A lot going on in this soap a rich and powerful scent that is moderately to strong scented in the finished soap. We used the maximum in our test batch, so if you like a milder scent then I would suggest a subtle or moderate usage rate. A pleasant and enticing sexy scent.

There was not any discoloration of note and this means you can make that any swirl without worrying about the fragrance causing discoloration. We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.5%, which is 0.4 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch.


Our fifth and last fragrance for today in Cold Process soap is Christmas Tree. Christmas Tree according to our catalog is “a must have if you enjoy the smell of fresh cut evergreens, no kidding I think they stuffed a fresh cut tree in the bottle.” You can’t miss this incredible evergreen scent, you will be thinking that there’s Christmas trees growing in your house. I’d be looking around to see where my presents are.

There was not any discoloration of note and this means you can make that and white swirl you have always been dreaming of without worrying about the fragrance causing discoloration. We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.0%, which is 0.32 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch.

ChristmasTree

Christmas Tree scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Thank you for joining us today! We will be releasing more pictures as we continue testing soaps. If there is a fragrance you would like to see, let us know and we will put it at the top of our list!


Here are the details about our test batches before we added any fragrances!

Ingredients
Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
Coconut Oil
Olive Oil
Shea Butter
Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
Water
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Spoons
Pipettes
Immersion Blender
Soap Mold

Recipe:

Recipe in Grams
170 grams Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
142 grams Coconut Oil
113 grams Olive Oil
29 grams Shea Butter
64 grams Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
177 mL Water
Recipe in Ounces
6 oz Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
5 oz Coconut Oil
4 oz Olive Oil
1 oz Shea Butter
2.26 oz Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
6 fl oz Water
Recipe in Percentages
37.5% Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
31.25% Coconut Oil
25% Olive Oil
6.25% Shea Butter
Q.S. Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
Q.S. Water

Our temperatures for lye and oils are between 125°F and 130°F to handle our currently cool weather. We make our soap with a 6% superfat. All of the batches we make are mixed to light trace and then the fragrance is added. After the fragrance is added we mix until the fragrance is incorporated and then we pour into the mold.

Tonya

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Spring is Here Challenge Soap Submission – Genny

One of my favorite things about living where I do is when spring comes, everything from the valley floor to the tips of the mountain peaks is carpeted in the most beautiful green. It is awe-inspiring. Genny thinks of green too, but of a slightly different version.

 

This is my Green Tea Silk Soap recently made with Spring in mind. It’s scented with Green Tea, because it’s got such a nice green & lightly floral scent that reminds me so much of Spring. The green color is completely from doing a very strong infusion of real green tea. I added a bit of silk to give it some nice silkiness to help wash away winter.
Taylor

Genny's Green Tea and Silk Soap

Genny’s Green Tea and Silk Soap

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Spring is Here Challenge Soap Submission – Leilani

Every person has a different feeling of what spring is. For me, the heart of spring is mid-March. Even when it is snowing, it is spring to me. Leilani has a different perspective of spring. I loved the way she describes spring. What do you think?

What spring means to me is the return of color after a long pale winter. I love the attack on my senses of vivid greens splattered with reds, yellows and purples as well as the wonderful damp green smells. This cold process soap is made using the Pixie Dust Fragrance Oil. It has a wonderful damp mossy scent, floral and citrus under tones with a touch of magic that only Spring can bring. I just love it.

Taylor

Leilani's Spring Soap

Leilani’s Spring Soap

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Fragrance Testing in Cold Process Soap: Gingerbread & Spice, Honey Almond, Pumpkin Pie, Welcome Home, and Mulberry

I have more photos for our Fragrance Testing Series! This is a long series of blog posts that will show the testing of our fragrances in Cold Process Soap. We are testing ALL the fragrances in our catalog at their maximum recommended usage rate for Cold Process Soap and showing you pictures of what the finished soaps look like in a side by side comparison with an unscented control batch. Since these fragrances were tested at their maximum recommended usage rate, I wouldn’t recommend using more fragrance! These soaps are strongly scented and will smell much stronger when wet!

Our first fragrance today in Cold Process Soap is Gingerbread and Spice. According to our catalog, Gingerbread and Spice “go hand in hand. This old fashioned medley is the perfect infusion of molasses and brown sugar; topped with the perfect blend of cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger. Be modern, be nostalgic. What ever you call this fragrance everyone will agree it is awesome.” A sure way to get you motivated and baking up some cookies. This scented soap is delicate and soft not overwhelming but you definitely can detect the sweet and spicy blend.

There was moderate discoloration of note and this means it is a medium tan in color. We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.5%, which is 0.4 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch.

Gingerbread&Spice

Honey Almond scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Honey Almond scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Our second fragrance in Cold Process Soap is Honey Almond. According to our catalog, Honey Almond is “a wonderful combination of sweet, golden honey, mixed with the very popular almond scent. Most people love to put this in an oatmeal, or facial soap. You might want to try it with milk or lanolin soaps to give that sweetly soft caressing scent.” A lovely and velvety scent, you get hints of sweet honey with a bit of almond. Very subtle and enjoyable in this soap.

There was moderate discoloration of note and this means it is a medium darker tan in color. We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.5%, which is 0.4 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch.


Our third fragrance in Cold Process Soap is Pumpkin Pie. According to our catalog, Pumpkin Pie is “A holiday favorite! Pumpkin pie is loved at so many tables across the US that you may not be able to imagine the holidays without it! Spices and pumpkin are combined with a buttery crust note. Yummy!.” The soap has a warm sweet pumpkin pie scent that has a moderate scent. The holiday spices come through with a pleasing scent.

There was moderate discoloration of note and this means it is a medium darker tan in color. We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.5%, which is 0.4 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch.

Pumpkin Pie scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Pumpkin Pie scented soap on the left and control on the right.


Welcome Home scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Welcome Home scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Our fourth fragrance in Cold Process Soap is Welcome Home. According to our catalog, Welcome Home is “Our version of the Salt City Candle company’s Welcome Home fragrance. A festive indulgence of spiced apple cider, combined with crisp evergreen notes that undoubtedly transcend into a festive nirvana. We think this is sure to be a holiday hit.” This is one of my top fragrances to use around the house and in this soap it a top choice as well. The scent stays strong in the soap so you don’t miss the cheerful holiday aroma.

There was moderate discoloration of note and this means it is a medium darker tan in color almost light brown. We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.5%, which is 0.4 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch.


Our fifth and last fragrance for today in Cold Process soap is Mulberry. Mulberry according to our catalog states that “Mulberry is one of the sweetest holiday scents I can think of. Things like Christmas Tree, Bayberry and Warm Vanilla Sugar are all nice holiday scents but Mulberry offers something so different that the others just can’t. If you always love the dark red and purple potpourri sold during December, you are certainly getting Mulberry. Berries, sweet and slightly citrusy.” The Mulberry scent in the soap comes out a very subtle and soft scent. A sweet and uplifting scent keeps me coming back for more.

There was moderate discoloration of note and this means it is a medium darker tan in color with a slight greenish tint. We used the maximum suggested usage rate of 2.5%, which is 0.4 ounces of fragrance in our 1 pound test batch..

Mulberry scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Mulberry scented soap on the left and control on the right.

Thank you for joining us today! We will be releasing more pictures as we continue testing soaps. If there is a fragrance you would like to see, let us know and we will put it at the top of our list!


Here are the details about our test batches before we added any fragrances!

Ingredients
Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
Coconut Oil
Olive Oil
Shea Butter
Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
Water
Equipment
Scale
Microwave Safe Container
Spoons
Pipettes
Immersion Blender
Soap Mold

Recipe:

Recipe in Grams
170 grams Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
142 grams Coconut Oil
113 grams Olive Oil
29 grams Shea Butter
64 grams Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
177 mL Water
Recipe in Ounces
6 oz Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
5 oz Coconut Oil
4 oz Olive Oil
1 oz Shea Butter
2.26 oz Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
6 fl oz Water
Recipe in Percentages
37.5% Hydrogenated Soybean Oil
31.25% Coconut Oil
25% Olive Oil
6.25% Shea Butter
Q.S. Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
Q.S. Water

Our temperatures for lye and oils are between 125°F and 130°F to handle our currently cool weather. We make our soap with a 6% superfat. All of the batches we make are mixed to light trace and then the fragrance is added. After the fragrance is added we mix until the fragrance is incorporated and then we pour into the mold.

Tonya

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Spring is Here Challenge Soap Submission – Karen

The robins are back! I loved listening to them sing as I got up this morning. I am ready for the tulips and the narcissus. I am not the only one looking forward to flowers. Karen is too!

Hi, I’ve been making a few things and just tried a new (to me) MMS fragrance called “Tangerine and Tulip”. I love it. It does smell like its name and just like spring!

 

Here is another one that is very popular with tourists here.  I scent it with my own blend of MMS  Lilac and Lavender 40-42 Extra.  Smells so wonderful.  I make the blend because I think Lavender adds a  wonderful dimension to floral aroma from the Lilac Fragrance Oil.
Taylor

Karen's Tangerine and Tulip scented Soap

Karen’s Tangerine and Tulip scented Soap

Karen's Lilac and Lavender scented Soap

Karen’s Lilac and Lavender scented Soap

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