Make Scented Bath Melts
Raspberry Fragrance Oil 50ml for bath melts, body butters and soap
This quality cosmetic fragrance oil combines well with cocoa butter. We love it in bath melts and cocoa butter rich body butters.
How to Use Raspberry Fragrance Oil in Cold Process Soap
Soap cool. Keep your temperatures between 25°C and 30°C. Any hotter and things are likely to move a lot faster than you’d like. Much cooler and your hard oils (coconut) might start setting up and causing false trace. If you aren’t using a lot of hard oils, you can work cooler. Note: Raspberry fragrance oil does not cause ricing but it does accelerate trace.
Add your fragrance oil to your oils before adding lye. Hand stir with a spatula after adding the lye. Only then use your stick blender, a few quick pulses only.
- Skin safe at correct dosage levels
Highly Recommended for:
- Glycerine (melt and pour) soaps
- Bath melts
- Body butters
- Use 0,5% in lotions and other “leave on” cosmetic products.
- Use a maximum of 2% in soaps and other “wash off” cosmetic products.
- Use up to a maximum of 7% in soy wax candles.
|Dimensions||11 × 7 × 7 cm|
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