Flashpoint: 181º F.
Vanillin 1.6% -(turns soap a milk chocolate color once fully cured)
Dragon's Blood. Mmm, what could be more seductive, intriguing and tempting to the soul? Our version is intoxicating, yet gentle on the senses. It starts with a blend of citrus and smashed fruit with aged patchouli, and bubbling vanilla. It ends with a swirl of musk that will swoop you away for a ride you'll never want to get off...
* BULK ORDERS: One single drum yields 25 lbs. of fragrance. LEAD TIME: approximately 2 weeks. Please plan your product production schedule accordingly.
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IFRA class(es) Level of use ( % )
The International Fragrance Association (IFRA) Guidelines for safe usage of fragrances and essential oils in perfumes and skincare. The following is a excerpt from the IFRA category list with maximum percentage for safe use.
Categories 1 and 6 Not Allowed
Category 2 1.78%
Category 3 7.78%
Category 4 23.11%
Category 5 12.22%
Category 7 3.78%
Category 8 33.33%
Category 9 (soap) 33.33%
Category 10 33.33%
Category 11 (candles) No Limit
This product is in compliance with the IFRA, if the fragrance is used in the noted applications listed above at the indicated maximum concentration levels. "Maximum Levels of Exposure To Skin" is the measurement of fragrance oil that can come in contact with skin. It doesn't mean that your product can perform at these levels. You must test all oils in each application for evaluation of safety.SOAP NOTES: We test our fragrances in cold process soap made at room temperature. You will have different results if you soap at a warmer temperature or with hard oils/butters.
Our findings: No ricing, seizing or acceleration. Behaved well.
- Our recommended usage rates:
- Cold Process Soap: 1-2 oz per lb. of oil in batch
- Melt + Pour Soap: 1-2 oz per lb. of soap base
- Bath and body products: 1-3%
CHANDLER, AZ -- Norman McFarling ships supplies to all over the world from his storefront in Chandler. With an inventory of nearly 4,000 items, he got here by accident.
McFarling began soaping while in Nebraska, using the glycerin byproduct from the bio diesel he was making from waste vegetable oil.
When the biodiesel industry slowed after prices tumbled from the 2008-2009 highs, he looked elsewhere to find something to supplement his Social Security check-- and Arizona Soap Supply was born.
Starting with three oils and two chemicals, Arizona Soap Supply has grown tremendously.
Arizona Soap Supply is the place to go for everything you need to make soap, lotion, salves and balms, bath bombs and shower steamers.
You can also find kits to create for the first time (starting as low as $25) and attend workshops to learn hands-on in the store.
Arizona Soap Supply is holding multiple workshops through the rest of the year.