|Fragrance Amount Ounces
||CP - Trinity + 1 CPOP
||Upon adding FO to soap batter the color changed to a pale light
yellow. This color continued through blending, pouring, and two days of cure.
The light color should no inhibit the use of other colorants however a slight
adjustment should be made to accomidate the pale yellow when trying to reach
a primary coloring.
||None. Really surprised how long this fragrance took to reach
even light trace.
||Light. I used 1.5 ounce per pound of soap. HOWEVER, because this
is a musk it may have an anosmia effect on others as it did me. Suggest you
have someone with a fresh nose check the scent strength.
||This fragrance has a lot of potential. Using it straight as its
own scent or as a blender. The musk note is sensual and understated so it is
a natural for providing scent fixation without compromising other fragrance
notes. More experimentation would be necessary but it is my opinion that as
little as 5% in a scent blend could provide sufficient fixation to remedy
scent loss from even citrus notes. One thing I did notice was the soap was
still soft and somewhat sticky a day out of the mold. It did cut like a
dreamm but caution was needed to not dent the soap when picking it up. This
could be do to the excesive amount of FO used. Two days later and the soap is
fine and has hardened up as would be expected from any other soap. The scent
is stronger as well so perhaps I used a bit much on my experimentation but I
do like the scent so its not a problem for me.