Mahogany Teakwood Fragrance Oil blends wood fragrances of mahogany, teakwood, cedar wood, and oak, with hints of lavender and nuances of geranium. It is a dupe of the popular scent by BBW. This fragrance oil is top quality, uncut, and made in the USA.
No acceleration noted. No discoloration was noted when I tested it, however, some have reported a pinkish look to uncolored soap. I suggest using white mica or titanium dioxide to help counteract a potential change. The first soap pictured uses the following micas: Magic Blue, Ruby Red, Latte, and Gold Shimmer. The second soap used the green only to color the soap, the purple is the discoloration of plain soap. It’s advisable to test before use as with any new product.
The MAX safety usage rate in soap is 7.69%. The suggested usage rate in soap is 3-6%.
Here’s a video using this scent: https://youtu.be/N7ZNHvBvTFg
Lauren Voelker (verified owner) –
I loved this fragrance, however it did discolor in an unusual way. The outer edges of the loaf discolored to purple and then “bled” purple in towards the center of each bar. It never fully turned, more of a ring. My design had a solid green base layer (1/4) and an uncolored top layer (3/4) with a green swirl. The discoloration mainly affected my uncolored batter. My recipe was coconut, olive, lard, avocado, castor, sweet almond, and tussah silk. If I used it again I would be sure to color all of the batter to see if that helped.
Amber L Caruso (verified owner) –
This scent everyone loves!
I even decided I wanted a bar for myself. I’ve had requests to make whipped tallow cream with it.
carmennasello (verified owner) –
I used this scent to add to my ‘Petoskey” stone soap.
Still working on my stone technique:) . The fragrance is a perfect man’s scent. I find it a bit strong right now. I want to see how it smells in a couple of weeks. I may decrease my usage to a smaller percentage.