Zesty Lemon Fragrance Oil for Candles, Soap and Cosmetics
How to Use Zesty Lemon Fragrance Oil in Candles and Soy Candles
Use approximately 1 tablespoon per 1 kg wax for a strong fragrance.
This fragrance performs well in moulded paraffin wax candles as well as soy wax candles.
How Can I Get a Strong Fragrance ?
Add between 2 – 7% fragrance to your wax. The higher the fragrance load, the stronger the smell. Do not add more than 7% fragrance to your wax.
How much is 7%?
7% of the weight of the wax you’re using. Weigh the wax. Take that number and multiply by 7% on your calculator.
How to Use in Cold Process Soap
- Skin safe up to a maximum of 2%
- Does not accelerate trace at 28ºC
- Does not discolour CP soap (contains no vanillins)
- Does not affect texture
Dosage Levels in Various Applications
- Candles : use up to a maximum of 7%
- “Leave On” applications, e.g. body lotions and soy massage candles: use 0.5%
- “Wash Off” applications, e.g. shampoo and soaps : use 0.5 – 2%
- Cold Process Soap: use up to a maximum 2%
|Dimensions||15 × 8.5 × 7 cm|
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