Spanish Fly has a reputation as a powerful aphrodisiac and this fragrance is as seductive as they come. It was love at first sniff.
This is a rich, complex scent of light musk (a little bit!) and citruses of fresh sweet orange, lemon balm and kaffir lime leaves. Green notes are muddled brightly and have a floral and vanilla cream depth in the soul of the fragrance. The scent isn't overwhelming or too soft. It has some earthy notes which grounds the whole scent cohesively. This is a unique blend and will be loved by either sex.
* BULK ORDERS:
One single drum yields 25 lbs. of fragrance. LEAD TIME: approximately 2 weeks. Please plan your product production schedule accordingly.
Flashpoint: >200 ° F
Phthalate Free? YES
Vanillin Content: 0.5%
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. Please see IFRA Certificate (will post by end of day August 31)
Category 1: 0% (do not use in lip products)
Category 2: 0.4%
Category 3: 0.4%
Class 4- Body Lotion: 0.4%
Category 5: 0.4%
Category 6: 0%
Category 7: 0.4%
Class 8 - Body Powder: 0.4%
Class 9 - Bar soap: 71.43%
Category 10: 71.43%
Category 11: Candles: 100%
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.
Tested in CP soap with no acceleration and no ricing. A dream to work with.
Our recommended usage rates:
CP soap: 1 oz per lb. of oil
MP soap: 1 oz per lb. of soap base
Bath and Body products: 1-3%
4 oz: $ 9.75
16 oz: $ 26.95
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