Reviewed By: Natasha
Posted: Thursday, December 2, 2021
Location: Oklahoma City, OK
Comments: I make Whipped Shea Butter. This fragrance works well alone as well as paired with another fragrance. One of my favorites thus far.
Reviewed By: Sally Griffin
Posted: Thursday, June 26, 2014
Location: College Park, GA
Comments: There are several coconut fragrance oils, so I took a random stab at this one and I'm glad I did. It's a light, fresh, almost flowery coconut. When I say light I don't mean it's not strong, a little goes a long way, it's just not as intensely vanilla and candy-like as other coconut scents. I'm using it in one of the FNWL body cream bases. Oh, and my husband loves it too!
Reviewed By: Barbara
Posted: Friday, June 21, 2013
Location: Holt, MI
Comments: This is a fantastic coconut fragrance. It is very potent without any underlying chemical smell.
Reviewed By: Misty
Posted: Friday, June 11, 2010
Location: Charlotte, MI
Comments: I love that this seems to be a fresher type coconut fragrance instead of the overwhelming, sickenly sweet coconut fragrances I run across so often. The Thai Coconut is a bit subtle, so I'm not sure how it would work in CP after curing, but it's fabulous in MP, scrubs, and lotions. It's been a great seller.
"FNWL has the best quality fragrance oils that I have come across so far. I can use your fragrances in my soaps and the do not ruin my soaps like other fragrances have. Yours are a little more expensive, but I would rather pay a little more than have a batch of soap ruin. Thanks so much."
- Toni L Ullery | Home Spun, WayBuford, GA