Orange & Ylang Ylang Natural Fragrance Oil

Orange & Ylang Ylang Natural Fragrance Oil

A lovely mild, fruity scent with undertones of orange and ylang ylang.

Top notes: Wintergreen, Spearmint, Bergamot, Orange, Lemon, Eucalyptus
Mid notes: Ylang Ylang, Jasmine
Dry nots: Patchouli, Cedarwood

 IFRA                              

• Soy Waxes, Paraffin & Palm Wax 

  • Maximum Use 10%

• EVA Beads & Incense

  • Maximum Use 100%

• Bath Oils, Soaps, 

  • Maximum Use 50%

• Lotions & Body Creams

  • Maximum Use 50%

• 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 

  •93°C

• Vanillin (vanillin tends to discolour bath/body products, soap and candles. Please test thoroughly.)

    •0.00% 

• Ethyl Vanillin (ethyl vanillin can discolour bath/body product, soaps and candles)

  •0.00%

• Gel Wax Compatibility 

  •

 

  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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Dawn O.
Nice & Soft Aroma

Gentle and subtle scent. I have tested this fragrance in Cold Process soap. It speeds up trace quiet a lot, Be sure to split your batch & color before adding this fragrance. I recommend stirring in with a whisk

It is a soft and subtle smell so anywhere between 4-5% of your oil weight is required. I personally did 50g per 1000g of oil in my CP soap recipe and has come out really nice. It is a hard fragrance to work with in terms of tracing but you won't regret the end result :)