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Cinnamon Red Hots Fragrance Oil

Rated 4.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review

When I first smelled Cinnamon Red Hots, I was instantly transported back to my fond childhood memories of eating Red Hots. These cinnamon flavored candies were my favorite treat to add to homemade applesauce as the red candies would turn my applesauce a pretty pink color.

This fragrance is spicy cinnamon with a hint of brown sugar. We've captured the perfection of this old-time candy and made it into a fragrance oil that you will love in soaps, lotions, and even room sprays. I had to shake down the staff and tell them that they were limited to 1 sample each! I expect that Cinnamon Red Hots isn't a seasonal fragrance but a year-round hit! What surprised all of us is the allowed usage rates. Spice oils were hit hard during the 48th Amendment changes with IFRA, and we didn't expect to get these usage rates from a spicy oil!

If you make cold process soap, plan on your soap discoloring to a light tan color.

Cinnamon Red Hots is compatible with our cyclomethicone.

Photo Note: The left half of this bar of soap is unscented soap, and the right half is soap scented with Cinnamon Red Hots Fragrance Oil at a 2.5% usage rate following our Fragrance Calculator Recommendations. The circle in the soap shows that the soap went through gel phase.

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Reviewed by Aaron
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Rated 4 out of 5
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Smells just as expected

There were no surprises with this fragrance oil! It smells just as expected and I think it is a great addition to any fragrance blend that you need a cinnamon addition to! it behaved beautifully in CP and is something I would definitely recommend. Too strong to be on its own but that is just a personal preference

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