Baby Powder Essential Oil Scent Blend

by Pelin

I make CP soaps. I'm looking for an essential oil scent blend that smells like baby powder. Do you have a combination of essential oils that would result in a similar blend? Thanks...


p.s. I know frangrance oils of a similar scent exist, but I'm looking for one with essential oils.

Answer:

I don't have a recipe but I would try various combinations of rose, vanilla, jasmine and ylang essential oils. The florals are all soft and the addition of vanilla should add the "powder-like" scent.

You probably won't get your classic baby powder scent but you might come up with something even better...especially since it would be all natural.

One thing to note, with the addition of vanilla, the soap will discolour. There's no way around this and you will find that most baby powder fragrances will discolour soap as well.

Good luck,
Cathy

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thx
by: Pelin

Thanks Cathy,
I will try the blend...

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baby sented fragrence oil
by: Anonymous

i have seen on 1 website that u can buy fragrence oli baby powderd scent just keep lookin u should fined 1 sorry i cant remember the site been threw alot the past week lookin at stuff

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Vanilla Stabilizer
by: Megan

You can also purchase vanilla stabilizer from several different online soap suppliers, that will prevent your soap from discoloring due to vanillin content. I know this works for fragrance oils, but now that I'm typing this out...Cathy, can VS be used for EOs as well as FOs? Thanks!

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I believe that vanilla stabilizers are usually meant for melt and pour soap bases and have mixed results when used in CP soap. I honestly have no idea if they work on essential oils or not.

Cathy

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I know
by: KRYSTAL

It's 5 drops lime..5 drops vetiver 5 drops ylang-ylang ylang

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