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Sherlock’s Study - Fragrance Oil

Scent Description

MWFC ORIGINAL FRAGRANCE

 

A rich, luxurious aroma of worn leather, suede, and rosewood. Touched with a complimentary hint of aged library books. 

 

Top notes: Rosewood, Lignin

Middle notes: Worn Leather, Cedar

Base notes: Dark Tonka, Patchouli, Sandalwood

Maximum Usage Rates

Max use in soap: 18.22%

 

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)

Fragrance Details 

Phthalate-free

Vanillin: 0.20%

Ethyl Vanillin: 0.40%

Flashpoint: >200°F

Prop 65 Compliant: YES 

Contains Essential Oils: Lemon Oil, Rosewood Oil, Patchouli Oil

Oil Color: Colorless to Pale 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 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. 

 

100% Cruelty-Free

IFRA/SDS

Click here to view SDS

Click here to view IFRA; IFRA Category Descriptions

Cold Process Soap Testing Notes

Tested at 5% FO load, 5/28/22 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. 

Acceleration: Slight/Quick

Ricing: None

Discoloration: Cream

Trace: Normal

 

Design Notes: Minor acceleration noted, but still allows for plenty of working time for design work. Many have reported that soaping at warmer temperatures has increased the rate of acceleration with this fragrance. 

 

Scent Retention: Strong

 

Disclaimer: Test results are intended to be used as a guideline. Results may vary based on individual recipes.  

Customer Reviews

Based on 35 reviews
89%
(31)
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L
Ludene
Smells great blended with Iced Vanilla Woods

I made cold process soap using equal parts of Sherlocks Study & Iced Vanilla Woods. Based on the discoloration of the Iced Vanilla Woods to brown, I split the fragrance into 3 equal parts. One part, IVW, one part SS and the 3rd equal parts of each. I stirred in the fragrance oil after blending in the mica to each portion. The Sherlock Study portion & blended portion reached medium trace before the IVW portion, which I needed to give an extra stir. I had no problem getting the full batch into the mold and doing a simple swirl. The finished batch smells amazing and was well worth the extra prep and effort.

J
Jason Cogar
Sherlock's study

This is a very complex masculine scent. It does accelerate like the soap notes state. I used it in cold process goat milk soap. I definitely don't recommend using beer with this scent as it will speed up the acceleration. I didn't get soap on a stick by the end but it was pretty thick by the end of the pour. I still wouldn't hesitate to buy it again as it's got a great scent.

K
Kiki
Amazing can't stop sniffing

Love love love this scent.

P
Prameela
Sherlock's Study

This is a very unique blend of leather, antiqued book pages with a touch of rosewood. It's a nice balance of strong and subtle.

M
Mara Reamsnyder
Wow! Amazing!

Okay. So when I ordered this I honestly had no idea what to expect it to smell like so I ordered just a sample bottle. Holy cow!!! this is perfect. I ended up going back for more right away! Well done MWF! You won’t ever find a scent this perfect out there

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Customer Reviews

Based on 35 reviews
89%
(31)
6%
(2)
3%
(1)
3%
(1)
0%
(0)
L
Ludene
Smells great blended with Iced Vanilla Woods

I made cold process soap using equal parts of Sherlocks Study & Iced Vanilla Woods. Based on the discoloration of the Iced Vanilla Woods to brown, I split the fragrance into 3 equal parts. One part, IVW, one part SS and the 3rd equal parts of each. I stirred in the fragrance oil after blending in the mica to each portion. The Sherlock Study portion & blended portion reached medium trace before the IVW portion, which I needed to give an extra stir. I had no problem getting the full batch into the mold and doing a simple swirl. The finished batch smells amazing and was well worth the extra prep and effort.

J
Jason Cogar
Sherlock's study

This is a very complex masculine scent. It does accelerate like the soap notes state. I used it in cold process goat milk soap. I definitely don't recommend using beer with this scent as it will speed up the acceleration. I didn't get soap on a stick by the end but it was pretty thick by the end of the pour. I still wouldn't hesitate to buy it again as it's got a great scent.

K
Kiki
Amazing can't stop sniffing

Love love love this scent.

P
Prameela
Sherlock's Study

This is a very unique blend of leather, antiqued book pages with a touch of rosewood. It's a nice balance of strong and subtle.

M
Mara Reamsnyder
Wow! Amazing!

Okay. So when I ordered this I honestly had no idea what to expect it to smell like so I ordered just a sample bottle. Holy cow!!! this is perfect. I ended up going back for more right away! Well done MWF! You won’t ever find a scent this perfect out there

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