Candle Science Reviews

Discussion in 'Soap Making' started by Becky-DixieDoesAlpines, Oct 30, 2007.

  1. Candle Science Reviews
    Any scent that says bath/body is fine for soap.
    I have used some scents from there at 1 oz per 2 lbs when I only had a 1 oz sample but generally use 1 oz per pound of soap. The cherry was great at 1 oz per 2 pounds.
    I personally prefer fresh fruity/berry scents and herbal scents.
    I’ll list which ones I’ve tried for you but you may have scents you like that I don’t and vice versa.

    I don’t oven process. I will stack molds in soaps that need a forced gel but that is all.


    Apple Jack and Peel -A slightly, D to pretty caramel color, gels easily. Sells great!
    Black Cherry-A, D to pale pink, nice!
    Coconut Lime verbena-Slight A, no D. I cannot keep this one in stock.
    Cranberry Marmalade-a new favorite! Slight A, D to pretty red brown.
    Cucumber Melon-no A or D .
    Chocolate Fudge: haven’t soaped, smells good!
    Fig Forest-just tried, no A or D. Lost scent for 2 weeks but seems to be coming back. Vanilla, fig, spice scent. Cream.
    Frankincense and Myrrh-this one needs to be force gelled. No A, D to dark brown
    French Vanilla-force gel. No A, D to medium tan.
    Fresh Fruit Slices-No A or D. Best if forced gel. Awesome scent!
    Green Tea and Lemongrass-no A or D. Slow but has always come out perfect. Sells well, light scent.
    Hazelnut Coffee-no A, D to med. Brown. I like the Mocha Café better.
    Hot Baked Apple Pie-no A, D to soft brown. Like Apple Jack n peel better.
    Lavender-A, moves fast! No D. Strong true scent.

    Lilac- A, and rices. No D. Move fast, but a good scent!
    Lemon Verbena- Fresh delicious scent. No A, D pale yellow.
    Lovespell- no A or D, but scent morphed on me.Great and true in lotion.
    Mocha Café-mmm rich complex choc./coffee scent. No A, D to dark brown.
    Ocean Breeze- recommend force gel. No A or D. bestseller
    Peppermint Eucalyptus-recommend force gel. I always color. No A. Another big seller.
    Plumeria- No A or D. Very Nice but I prefer this from Mystify Your Senses.
    Pumpkin Bread-Slight A, D to orangey brown. Nice!
    Red Clover Tea-Have this, smells good, but haven’t tried it yet.
    Sun Ripened Raspberry-no A or D but morphed on me.
    Violet Lime- Fast A, slight D to greenish tint. Strong scent!
  2. BlissBerry

    BlissBerry Guest

    Thanks for posting this Becky. I just added it to the scent review topic.


  3. Thought I'd post thsi since some of you may be checking out Candle Sicence for the cranberry scent!
  4. BlissBerry

    BlissBerry Guest


    I just ordered the Cranberry from Candle Science yesterday. I also ordered a few 1 ounce samples to soap. I think I ordered a few that you didn't mention. I'll let you know how they work in CP and post the results on the forum.

  5. Halo-M Nubians

    Halo-M Nubians New Member

    I've done a few that becky didn't list, I used them all at 1 oz for 2lbs:

    Antique Sandelwood-no A or D, I don't like this much myself, too strong
    Chardonnay- no A or D-I think this smells gross! But I've sold some and it seems to be a love or hate thing!
    Milk Chocolate-no A D to dark brown, just light enough to see some of my cocoa swirls-needs a little bit more scent
    Mediterannean Fig- no A or D-this was my free sample and everyone loves it! Plenty of scent

    I'll also add that the plumeria has A twice now for me and riced once. I was able to work with it "Just" and the bars came out okay, I do like the scent-Becky what is your secret!

    I also have the Baby Powder may soap that today.
  6. I havethe baby powder too and Asian Amber still to try.
    I don't know why the Plumeria did not accelerate for me but I only used theirs once. It is nice, just ususally get it elsewhere.
    I want to try the fig sometime.
    I ordered Mulberry from Susan Anderson yesterday.
    BTW when ordering from CS if you ask they will send a free FO with every order.