Rock Starr Fragrance Oil

Rock Starr Fragrance Oil

Rock Starr Fragrance Oil - A wild blend of strawberries and vanilla with soft violet and jasmine notes. This is our professional interpretation of Rock Star by Lush Cosmetics. We are not affiliated with Lush Cosmetics*.
 

Flashpoint: 200      Phthalate Free: Yes     Vanillin Content: .10%

This super concentrated manufacturers grade fragrance oil can be used in candles, soaps, lotions, reed diffuser oils, bath salts, bath bombs, lamp rings, incense, sachets, oil warmers, potpourri, to scent dryer ball, to scent clay jewelry, to freshen up candles and more!

Our uncut fragrance oils are measured by weight not volume so fill levels will vary.
 
*Name trademarks and copyrights are properties of their respective manufacturers and/or designers. These versions are NOT to be confused with the originals and Indigo Fragrance has no affiliation with the manufacturer/designer. Our interpretation of these fragrances was created through chemical analysis and reproduction and this description is to give the customer an idea of scent character, not to mislead, confuse the customer or infringe on the manufacturers/designers name and valuable trademark.
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Great in CP soap!!
By Dragonfly Saturday, January 11, 2020
This soaped beautiful, no acceleration or ricing. I used pink and purple and a bit of white in a swirl and topped with an amethyst gem stone and called it Rock Star. I didn't notice any discolouration due to the darker colours and minimal white usage. Smells great after cure and I find even better then out of the bottle.
Smells so good!
By Amy Tuesday, April 18, 2017
This fragrance is warm, fruity, and a little floral. It would make an awesome perfume! I use it in CP soap. No acceleration, but it does discolor just slightly beige. Rock Starr smells a little different OOB than it does in the finished soap - it actually rounds it out and improves the fragrance. I highly recommend this one!