|Fragrance Amount Ounces
||CP - Trinity +
||Slight yellow when first poured, but may settle upon cure.Out of
mold but not cut color is the color of the inside of a pear. Not white but a
very pale yellow/tan. Two days out, cut and curring the soap has settled into
a pale yellow color that can easily be colored to match just about any shade.
||Slight but not a problem with this formula. If adding colors
suggest soap cooler and less water discount. Look at the poured soap, I was
able to score the soap with peak swirls so consider the implications and soap
cool and with very little water discount.
||Med to Strong at first pour. Out of mold but not cut fragrance
is still strong. This fragrance is one
that I have used for a long time and can honestly say that even after a year
or more the fragrance is still noticable. As a side note this is a great
choice for beer soaps as the notes from the pear play very nicely with the
natural scent of beer.
||Nice fragrance that performs well in CP. There was some slight
acceleration but nothing that can't be handled with cool temps and minimal
water discount. Fragrance appears to be gaining the strength although
unmolded but not cut and wrapped in plastic it is still strongly scented.
Soap is now cut and curring and the scent has come back full force. It is
possible that as little as .5 - .7 per pound of soap will be more than enough
to nicely scent a pound of soap. While the color is holding at a pale yellow
it may still lighten a bit more on curring. If the intention is to do
multiple swirls I would start with very cool temps, have everything planned
and watch the soap batter for very light trace. Once this FO start to move it
sets up quickly.