Passionfruit Pulp | Fragrance Oil
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This scent is very nice but it wasn't suitable for perfume. When added to the perfumers alcohol, the perfume became cloudy and chunky. My fragrance oil came with floaties in it (I assume from transporting in the cold) and I am not sure if this changed how the oil would normally behave in perfumes.
5/5 on scent, 0/5 on usability for my intended purposes.
This is a very beautiful scent. I mixed it with another scent and my customers have been loving it.
Passionfruit Pulp is delicious and fresh smelling OOB. I will be adding this to my product line. It’s a keeper. Realistic Passionfruit🤩
*originally posted on ‘the fragrance oil community’ facebook group*
🕯Fragrance Oil Performance Review🧼
Fragrance Oil used in: wax melts
Fragrance name: passionfruit pulp
Supplier name: doop
Hot throw (1-10): 8
Cold throw (1-10): 6
Fragrance appeal (1-10): 8
Warmer type/wattage: 24 watt hot plate
Amount of wax melted (for melts): 2 cubes
% of fragrance used: 12%
Wax type: 454
Approx room size (Feet x Feet): master bedroom
Shipping time to receive: couple days
This is a fantastic fruity fresh scent. it’s not what I would call a hyper realistic fruit scent. more of a fruit fo that is made with fragrancing your home in mind. it’s uber tropical, a little sweet and has this nice airy freshness to it. perfect fo for wax, but I could also see this one working well in soap or sugar scrubs. it’s got some slight juiciness and this nice note that really makes the fruit smell so ripe. I could also see this one working well as a substitute for any citrus that you use in a blend. for example, blending this instead of lemon with lavender could take the blend in a more summery direction.
It is sooooo rich and amazing. Just add it to your line you wont regret it.