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Say Hello To Juicy Watermelon

Say Hello To Juicy Watermelon

You asked, and we delivered – say hello to our newest fruity sensation fragrance oil!

From our catalog:

“It’s impossible to feel sad when you smell Juicy Watermelon!

Although we already have a popular watermelon scent in our Kalahari Melon Fragrance, we kept getting requests for a juicier and sweeter watermelon. We’ve worked hard to capture the scent you demanded, and we’ve succeeded! Open the bottle and smile as sweet watermelon dances around. Our testers say, ‘it’s mouth-watering deliciousness!’

Juicy Watermelon mixes ripe watermelon with green apples, tangy pineapple, tart raspberries, and sweet apricot nectar with hints of vanilla and sugar.”

The left half of this soap bar is unscented, and the right half is soap scented with Juicy Watermelon Fragrance Oil at a 2.5% usage rate following our Fragrance Calculator Recommendations.

In cold process soap, Juicy Watermelon creates a slight discoloration due to the vanillan content, so be aware of that. However, it behaves nicely with no ricing or acceleration.

Juicy Watermelon Fragrance Oil is NOT compatible with our Cyclomethicone. We have found that mixing equal parts of Coconut Oil Fractions and fragrance oil, then topping off with Cyclomethicone, will make this fragrance compatible for your dry oil perfume sprays.

Are you excited about our newest fragrance? What products do you envision making with this sweet new scent?

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