Fragrance Oils

All of our fragrance oils listed below have been tested/approved for use in cold process and hot process soap making. We list any discoloration, acceleration or ricing noted during our testing under each individual item. All are strong fragrances that will stick through saponification.
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A Thousand Wishes BBW Type

Warm your heart a thousand times over with a festive blend of sparkling champagne, crystal peonies and almond crème over a soothing base of amber, sandalwood, and musk.

* Compare our fragrance to A Thousand Wishes® Bath & Body Works.


Flashpoint: > 200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.24 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free

IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 33.33%Body Wash: 33.33%Bath Bombs: 33.33%
Body Lotion: 0.26%Body Scrub: 33.33%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.26%Deodorant: 0.26%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Bath & Body Works.

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All is Bright Yankee Candle Type

An uplifting blend of sparkling citrus scents drifting on warm musk.

* Compare our fragrance to All is Bright® by Yankee Candle.



Flashpoint:  180° F
Vanilla Content:  0.28 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 100 %Body Wash: 100 %Bath Bombs: 100 %
Body Lotion: 0.68 %Body Scrub: 0.68 %Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.68 %Deodorant: 0.68 %Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Yankee Candles.

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Almond Delight (Ground Shipping Only)

Heaven in a bottle! This almond scented fragrance oil is the best smelling one that I've found. Amazing aroma! Smells exactly like almond extract. Super strong. Safe at only levels of 1-2% maximum.

Flashpoint: 187° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 1.00%Body Wash: 1.00%Bath Bombs: 1.00%
Body Lotion: 0.10%Body Scrub: 1.00%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.01%Deodorant: 0.01%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

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Aloha Vanilla

The rich scent of tropical island breezes coupled with the scent of sweet mango and creamy coconut intertwine with delicate, powdery lotus flower and creamy vanilla nuances to blend together and complete this tropical, fruity, floral accord.


Flashpoint: > 200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 8.94%Body Wash: 8.94%Bath Bombs: 8.94%
Body Lotion: 8.94%Body Scrub: 8.94%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 13.24%Deodorant: 3.93%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

$19.00
Amish Harvest Peak Candle Type

It a true scent of Autumn! The yummy smell of cinnamon and spice married with delicious dried fruit notes makes this scent a winner. Made for candles but skin safe up to 0.16%.

 

* Compare our fragrance to Amish Harvest® by Peak Candle.


Flashpoint:  >200° F
Vanilla Content:  8.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 0.16%Body Wash:0.16%Bath Bombs: 0.16%
Body Lotion: 0.16%Body Scrub: 0.16%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.16%Deodorant: 0.06%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Peak Candles.

$19.00
Autumn Walk Peak Candle Type

This scent is exactly what autumn smells like! Crisp, rustling leaves are coupled with the scent of cool, brisk air. These are anchored with woodsy mountain pine, cedar and golden aspen while hints of sage, forest berries and clove dance in. Please consult the IFRA information below.

 

* Compare our fragrance to Autumn Walk® dupe by Peak Candle.



Flashpoint:  >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 8.03%Body Wash:8.03%Bath Bombs: 8.03%
Body Lotion: 0.06%Body Scrub: 8.03%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.06%Deodorant: 0.06%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Peak Candles.

$19.00
Avobath LUSH Type

Lose yourself in this amazing lemongrass smelling dupe of this LUSH scent. A best seller for every customer we talk with! Super strong. 

* Compare our fragrance to Avobath® by LUSH.


Flashpoint: 183° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 11.49%Body Wash: 11.49%Bath Bombs: 11.49%
Body Lotion: 1.38%Body Scrub: 11.49%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 1.38%Deodorant: 0.11%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with LUSH.

$19.00
Baja Cactus Blossom BBW Type

If you close your eyes you can really smell the blossom and scent of fresh, green cactus on a cool summer night in the desert.

* Compare our fragrance to Baja Cactus Blossom® Bath & Body Works.


Flashpoint: > 200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.02 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 4.44%Body Wash: 4.44%Bath Bombs: 4.44%
Body Lotion: 1.67%Body Scrub: 4.44%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 1.67%Deodorant: 0.89%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Bath & Body Works.

$19.00
Birthday Cake Peak Candle Type

No need to make a wish - it's already granted! This amazing birthday cake scent features scrumptious white cake frosted with a vanilla butter cream. Truly - it's the scent of bakery fresh cakes! 

* Compare our fragrance to Birthday Cake® dupe by Peak Candle.



Flashpoint:  > 200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.20 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 83.33 %Body Wash: 83.33 %Bath Bombs: 83.33 %
Body Lotion: 14.00%Body Scrub: 83.33 %Candles: 100%
Perfume: 9.00 %Deodorant: 2.17 %Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Peak Candles.

$19.00
Black Cherry Merlot BBW Type

Talk about the perfect combination of tangy black cherries and red merlot! Sticks great in CP soap.

* Compare our fragrance to Black Cherry Merlot® Bath & Body Works.


Flashpoint: > 200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 40.00%Body Wash: 40.00%Bath Bombs: 40.00%
Body Lotion: 10.38%Body Scrub: 1.11%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 3.46%Deodorant: 0.77%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Bath & Body Works.

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Black Raspberry Vanilla BBW Type

Finally! A great smelling black raspberry vanilla fragrance that WILL NOT discolor! Ripe black raspberries are combined with a creamy vanilla musk that really holds it's sent through CP and beyond.

* Compare our fragrance to Black Raspberry Vanilla® by Bath & Body Works.


Flashpoint: 196° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 6.25%Body Wash: 6.25%Bath Bombs: 6.25%
Body Lotion: 0.05%Body Scrub: 6.25%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.05%Deodorant: 0.05%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Bath & Body Works.

$19.00
Blackberry Jam Butter Cookies

Yummy buttery goodness combined with the sweet blackberry jam scent. It's a HIT already in candles and would be amazing in anything, really!  No acceleration or ricing in CP soap. Discoloration due to 5.5% vanilln content - needs a color stabilizer. 

Flashpoint:  171° F
Vanilla Content:  5.50 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 15.90%Body Wash: 15.90%Bath Bombs: 15.90%
Body Lotion: 1.50%Body Scrub: 15.90%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 1.50%Deodorant: 1.50%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

$20.00
Blueberry Cobbler
Out of the bottle I love this one. It really smells like blueberries and scrumptious cobbler!

Flashpoint:  178° F
Vanilla Content:  10.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 5.00%Body Wash: 5.00%Bath Bombs: 5.00%
Body Lotion: 5.00%Body Scrub: 5.00%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 5.00%Deodorant: 2.00%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

$19.00
Bombshell Victoria's Secret Type

One of Victoria's Secret's best selling fragrances! It's a sultry mix of grapefruit with floral. Very light and intoxicating!  

* Compare our fragrance to Bombshell® by Victoria's Secret.


Flashpoint: > 200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 23.81%Body Wash: 23.81%Bath Bombs: 23.81%
Body Lotion: 0.07%Body Scrub: 23.81%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.07%Deodorant: 0.07%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Victoria's Secret.

$19.00
Cactus and Sea Salt

Smell the fresh clean green of the cactus inter-twined with the crisp, fresh scent of ocean spray, driftwood and sunshine. It's a best seller for many of our customers!

Flashpoint: > 200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 4.36%Body Wash: 4.36%Bath Bombs: 4.36%
Body Lotion: 0.54%Body Scrub: 4.36%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.54%Deodorant: 0.44%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

$19.00
Candy Cane

Minty blend of peppermint and hints of spearmint. Smells exactly like the holidays to me and the scent of REAL candy canes - not just peppermint.


Flashpoint: >200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 8.33%Body Wash: 8.33%Bath Bombs: 8.33%
Body Lotion: 23.33%Body Scrub: 8.33%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 3.66%Deodorant: 3.66%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

$20.00
Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

Talk about scrumptious!!! It's moist, spiced carrot cake topped with a rich, sweet cream cheese frosting. Delicious! Made for candles but skin safe up to 1.23%.



Flashpoint: >200 ° F
Vanilla Content:  7.74 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 1.23 %Body Wash: 1.23 %Bath Bombs: 1.23 %
Body Lotion: 1.23 %Body Scrub: 1.23 %Candles: 100 %
Perfume: 1.23 %Deodorant: 0.49 %Lip: 0.00 %


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

$20.00
Cinnaberry Peak Candle Type

Smells like the holiday season! Raspberry and plum sweetens up the cranberry base and is highlighted with warm cinnamon with a splash of orange. It's perfect for those chilly winter days! Formulated for candles but skin safe up to 0.08%.

* Compare our fragrance to Cinnaberries® dupe by Peak Candle.



Flashpoint:  > 200° F
Vanilla Content:  0.96 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 0.49 %Body Wash: 0.49 %Bath Bombs: 0.49 %
Body Lotion: 0.08%Body Scrub: 0.49 %Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.08 %Deodorant: 0.08 %Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Peak Candles.

$19.00
Cinnamon, Spice and Everything Nice (Ground Shipping Only)

This one lives up to it's name. SUPER STRONG cinnamon scent with subtle undertones of spice and all things nice. Smells like cinnamon sticks and red hots. Screams autumn to me. Max usage rate is 1-2%.

Flashpoint: > 155° F
Vanilla Content:  0.60 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 0.75%Body Wash: 0.75%Bath Bombs: 0.75%
Body Lotion: 0.01%Body Scrub: 0.75%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.01%Deodorant: 0.01%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

*** Ground Only shipping due to glass bottle and flash point ***
$19.00
Clean Breeze Ultra Downy Type

I purchased a bottle of this and brought it home and have confirmed that this dupe is a match! Clean, crisp air -- a line of freshly hung laundry fills the air with waves of clean linen and cotton. A fruity floral blend of peach, watermelon, neroli, and jasmine on a dry down of aquatic notes and musk.

* Compare our fragrance to Clean Breeze® by Ultra Downy.


Flashpoint: 185° F
Vanilla Content:  0.00 %
Country of Origin: USA
Phthalates: Phthalate Free



IFRA Maximum Skin Exposure Levels:

Soap: 28.57%Body Wash: 28.57%Bath Bombs: 28.57%
Body Lotion: 0.21%Body Scrub: 28.57%Candles: 100%
Perfume: 0.21%Deodorant: 0.21%Lip: 0.00%


INCI (International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients): 
Fragrance

Common Name Ingredient List (FDA Approved):
Fragrance

Not sure how much fragrance to use in the product you want to make? First, you need to understand the maximum percentages that specific product base will typically accept.

CP, HP, CPOP Soap: 6%
MP Soap: 3%
Lotions and Scrubs: 1-2%
Bath Bombs, Salts & Soaks: 5-10%
Candles: 6-12% (depends upon wax used)

The actual percentage you end up using should be based upon the IFRA maximum, the maximum your product base will accept and what % of fragrance it takes to make your product smell awesome! A good starting place is using the LOWEST of these three percentages.

EXAMPLE: 

Desired scent strength: 5%
Maximum CP base load: 6%
IFRA Maximum: 12%

This means you should start with 5% of this particular fragrance in your CP soap as that is the lowest of all three numbers. Remember, you are not limited to this percentage. You can use up to 12%. However, this is a great place to start.

We certify that the above fragrance oil is in compliance with the most recent standards published by the INTERNATIONAL FRAGRANCE ASSOCIATION (IFRA) as provided to us by our supplier.

It is the responsibility of our customers to ensure the safety of final product containing the fragrance oil by conducting all necessary tests. The IFRA standards are based on safety assessments by the Panel of Experts of the Research Institute for Fragrance Materials (RIFM) and are enforced by the IFRA Scientific Committee.

You can obtain the IFRA sheets along with other important documents under the "Downloads" tab. This information is updated yearly.

Scentational Soaping Supply is not affiliated or associated with Downy Fabric Softener.

$19.00
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