Raspberry Custard Tart - Fragrance Oil
MWFC ORIGINAL FRAGRANCE
A charming, indulgent blend of ripe raspberries, tart berry medley and brown sugar over a creamy custard and vanilla base.
Top notes: Melted Butter, Orange Zest, Candied Apple
Middle notes: Ripe Raspberries, Brown Sugar, Tart Berries
Base notes: Creamy Custard, Sparkling Musk, Vanilla Whip
Maximum Usage Rates
Max use in soap: 7.20%
Max use in lotion: Please view IFRA
Recommended Usage in Wax: 1-1.5oz/lb (please look at your specific wax to see their recommendations and test.
Ethyl Vanillin: 2.50%
Prop 65 Compliant: YES
Contains NO Essential Oils
Oil Color: Pale Yellow to Yellow
It is the responsibility of the customer to ensure the safety of the finished product containing this fragrance by conducting all necessary tests.
All products are filled by weight not volume. Fill lines may vary.
In-house tested in 100% soy wax, further testing is required for your own product line.
Avoid direct contact with skin.
Disclaimer: The maximum usage rates listed are the ABSOLUTE maximum allowed % to be in compliance with IFRA standards. These are not suggested usage rates to be used in your products. Typical usage rates are much lower than these values. It is up to you to determine how much % will be needed for your specific product through your own testing process.
Cold Process Soap Testing Notes
Tested at 5% FO load, 10/11/22 with a recipe containing 30% lye concentration (water:lye ratio 2.300:1) with 5% superfat at 90 degrees. Recipe is 33% organic and sustainable palm oil, 33% coconut oil, 16% Canola oil, 14.9% olive oil, 3% castor oil, and 0.01% vitamin E oil.
Discoloration: Dark Brown
Design Notes: Fragrance accelerates trace rather fast. Highly recommended to add any colorants prior to fragrance. Due to high vanillin/ethyl vanillin content, dark discoloration is likely to occur. This discoloration may bleed into uncolored/non-fragranced portions of soap.
Disclaimer: Test results are intended to be used as a guideline. Results may vary based on individual recipes.