|Fragrance Amount Ounces
||CP - Trinity + 1 CPOP
||FO is darker brownish color so when added to soap batter it
immediately turned darker and yellow.
After trace and pouring it was getting darker. CP with blanket
insulation provided a vanilla typical color with dark on outside and lighter
on inside. After two days of cure the soap is evening out with it being a med
dark color. I believe after cure it will be as dark as most vanillas.
||Slight but not a problem with this formula. If adding colors
suggest soap cooler and less water discount.
||Strong. Used one ounce per pound and could go less .6 - .8
should be fine.
||Being a floral it is expected that it could possibly accelerate
trace so I was not surprised to see this fragrance move a bit quicker than
others. I would like to try this doing a CP Freezer as I think the gel
increased the darkening of this batch. Soaping with cool temps, use plenty of
water and go easy with stick blending and there should be time to do at least
one color or a minimal swirl. If you want to do a brighter color use some TD
or only fragrance half the batch and then color the non-fragranced half; this
fragrance is strong enough to carry a half scent batch with no issues.