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White Woods

White Woods
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Over the river and through the woods - to grandmother's house we go! This wintery fragrance is strong yet soft and subtle. Hints of eucalyptus, oranges, and grapefruit are highlighted with a sprinkling of cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves and followed by notes of cedar, patchouli, and amber. This one would be excellent in candles or melts and would go perfectly with swirled bars of CP soap. Should appeal to men and women equally.

Compatibilities & Technical Information

FP: 200°
Paraffin wax: Yes
Polarity/Gel wax: no gel
Bath/Body Safe: yes
Soy Throw: Strong
Vanillin Content: 4.55%
Melt & Pour Soap: yes
Oil Color: varies from batch to batch between colorless to a golden yellow tint
Phthalate free: yes
Vegan friendly: Yes
Cruelty free: Yes
Non-GMO: Yes
Soy-free: Yes
Gluten-free: Yes
Alcohol free: Yes

IFRA Guidelines - Maximum usage

Soaps solid and liquid: 5%
Shampoos/conditioners and other hair products: 5%
Lotions/creams/body oils: 57.14%
Deodorants: 5.74%
Talcs and powders: 2%
Perfumes: 57.14%
Non skin contact items: 100%

All About IFRA

IFRA guidelines - what does it mean?

Let's discuss IFRA (International Fragrance Association) and what that means for you...

From their website: The IFRA Standards form the basis for the globally accepted and recognized risk management system for the safe use of fragrance ingredients and are part of the IFRA Code of Practice. This is the self-regulating system of the industry, based on risk assessments carried out by an independent Expert Panel.

The Expert Panel is made up of renowned independent experts from the fields such as dermatology, toxicology, pathology and environmental sciences. Their role is to evaluate the data on a fragrance ingredient to see if it supports the current use level, to make sure that there is no risk for the consumer. In cases where the safety assessment does not support the current use, the Panel instructs IFRA to issue a Standard either restricting or banning a material.

We have IFRA on all fragrance oils and flavor oils on our website. Click on the product name and below the description you'll see a set of tabs. IFRA is one of those tabs. You can click on that to see the *max* levels allowed for specific applications.

What do the max levels mean? Let's use Almond Paradise as an example. The IFRA guidelines on this state that there are no restrictions for soaps, shampoos, lotions, etc. So does that mean you can use 100% in your product? No. That would mean your product consists of straight fragrance oil.

The IFRA states the *max* that can be used, not the recommended amount. It is the responsibility of the maker to do their research to see what the recommended usage rate of fragrance oil for their particular recipe is.

For soap, as a general rule of thumb you will use up to 5% of fragrance oil in Cold Process (CP) soap and up to 3% in Melt and Pour (M&P) soap.

So if you see a fragrance oil and the IFRA says 23% for soap, don't use 23%. IFRA is important when it comes to lower numbers. There are a few fragrance oils that have max usage rates that are less than the percentages shown above. In that case, you can only use the max shown for the oil.

SDS & Technical Data

Click to download the SDS and Allergens files for this fragrance oil.

White Woods SDS pdf document
White Woods Allergens pdf document
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Average customer rating:
(2 reviews)  

2 Most recent customer reviews (see all reviews):
Apr 17, 2020
I received a 1 oz sample in my last order and made soy wax tarts. The scent is fabulous and reminds me of a warm vanilla cashmere that is so comforting!
I'm sure the "hints of eucalyptus, oranges, and grapefruit are highlighted with a sprinkling of cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves" are in there, but I can detect "notes of cedar, patchouli, and amber."
Perhaps it is the blend of everything that comes together to give it the nice comforting warm vanilla cashmere scent.
I will purchase a bottle next time to see what the 4.55% vanillin does in cold process soap.

I would like to see this nice fragrance oil renamed "WARM VANILLA CASHMERE" since the scent conjures up a lazy afternoon wearing comfortable day wear while reading a good book. The scent says nothing of "Winter Woods" to my senses.

Advantages: Very comforting scent.
Now that I've used the sample I will buy a bottle.
Works great in Soy tarts.

Disadvantages: Not a disadvantage but I haven't tried in Cold Process yet so I can't say.
Fragrance oil needs to be renamed "WARM VANILLA CASHMERE." :)
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Ms.Omneya Andrea Acosta-Dhmaid
Sep 9, 2016
This customer purchased the item at our site.
It smells like straight up butterscotch! Now winterey smell at all just sweet butterscotch.
I don't know if it was mis labeled or what, but there is nothing about this that in winter themed or woods

Advantages: I am not doing anything with this one. I have no clue to what it is

Disadvantages: I am disappointed. Not using.
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