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Relaxation - PFO Fragrance Tests Round 1


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Soap Base: Olive 50% , Coconut 25%, Palm 25%  - 120*F

Lye solution 35%,  Lye Temp 100

100 grams of oil used for initial single bar soap tests.

Method: Pulse stick blender in 10 burst series. evaluate if more needed. Typically only need  20 bursts for unscented soap.

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Acceleration: None. Slow and easy. Would consider water discount with no problems. 20 stick blender pulses and it still poured smoothly and leveled the top. 

Discoloration: slight butterscotch/ivory

Some ashing

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Fragrance Morphing: None noted

Fragrance Fade: None Noted

 

Notes: this soaped VERY easily. 

 

Potential blending ideas: Anything with wood notes. Herbals such as Basil, Rosemary

 

IFRA:

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Wax Used:  464

Fragrance Load (%):  7%

Cure Time:  2 weeks

Wax Additives:  None

Container:  Medium (9oz) Straight Sided Jar, 2.83" Diameter

Wick Used:  CD 10

Cold Throw:  Very Good (9 out of 10)

Hot Throw:  Very Good (9 out of 10)

Morphing:  None

Fade:  None

Other notes:  Tested in office/store, approx. 350 sq. ft.  This one is nice and neutral and filled the room pretty quickly.  

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On 7/27/2020 at 8:18 PM, bfroberts said:

Wax Used:  464

Fragrance Load (%):  7%

Cure Time:  2 weeks

Wax Additives:  None

Container:  Medium (9oz) Straight Sided Jar, 2.83" Diameter

Wick Used:  CD 10

Cold Throw:  Very Good (9 out of 10)

Hot Throw:  Very Good (9 out of 10)

Morphing:  None

Fade:  None

Other notes:  Tested in office/store, approx. 350 sq. ft.  This one is nice and neutral and filled the room pretty quickly.  

Hi what wat was you heat,add and pour temp for this?

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