Hazelnut Cappuccino Fragrance Oil

Hazelnut Cappuccino Fragrance Oil

An amazingly rich cappuccino expresso fragrance with vanilla hazelnut cream!!

Top notes: Toasted Hazelnut
Mid notes: Fresh Roasted Coffee
Base notes: Steamed Milk

 

IFRA

Soy Waxes, Paraffin & Palm Wax 

  Maximum Use 10%

Bath Oils, Soaps,

  Maximum Use 9.62%

Lotions & Body Creams

  Maximum Use 51.37%

Lip Balm/Lip Stick Products

  Maximum Use 0%

 

 Above information is intended as a guide only. Own testing is required.  
Please view the IFRA certificate above for more detailed information.

Phthalate-Free

  Yes

Flash Point

  99°C

Vanillin (vanillin tends to discolour bath/body products, 

soap and candles. Please test thoroughly.)

  0.10%

Ethyl Vanillin (ethyl vanillin can discolour bath/body 

product,soaps and candles)

  0.10%


 Soap Information

Acceleration

  SLIGHT                                       

Ricing

  NO

Discolouration

  YES (Tan)

Further comments    

 STICKS WELL

 
 ACS does not take any responsibility for any products made using our raw materials and products.  
 
It is the responsibility and duty of the customer to thoroughly test all products and fragrances before personal use and commercial purposes.  
 
All information and formulas are intended as a guide only and do not act as a substitute for your own personal testing and research.

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Customer Reviews

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Rebecca S.
Fabulous

Love this fragrance!

T
Tania D.
Chocolate Tobacco

This scent reminds me more of a chocolatey tobacco scent as opposed to coffee in my cold process soap. The strong burnt woody scent has mellowed since first used, allowing the hazelnut to come forward. Most people I have asked to test the scent still said it had a burnt smell. Not for me but I'm sure some will enjoy it.

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Sherene
It grows on you

I couldn't stand the smell at first, I find that allowing your candles cure for some some time brings through the hazelnut more and find it quite nice to burn.