Seamoss soap captures the scent of the salty air on the beach in winter.
It’s a natural fragrance oil, with notes of citrus, rosemary, algae, oakmoss and cedar. I like the natural fragrance oils. They don’t give me migraines so I’m able to use some really interesting scents.
According to Brambleberry, Natural Fragrance oils come from natural sources like cucumber, raspberry, and lavender – but how they’re made is unique.
Plants are made up of multiple aromatic components.
To make a natural fragrance oil, one of those would be isolated from the plant. These single aromatic chemicals are called isolates.
Next, that isolate would be blended with others from a variety of different plants. These can also be blended with essential oils.
This process has several advantages. Because natural fragrance oils are made up of multiple components from different plants, they smell complex and can be more interesting than a single essential oil. They’re also more consistent because they’re not as affected by batch variation.
I added cambrian blue clay for the sea-green color, and made angry waves for the Seamoss soap’s top.
Yours in Gratitude,