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Amber Solid Resin Premium

Amber Solid Resin Premium

The amber resin used in incense is not related to amber fossils and is soft and very fragrant. The exotic fragrance of amber resin is extremely popular for its rich, earthy, musky scent.
For Soap melt down slowly in your base oils. In a base perfume gently warm in base oils such as jojoba or sweet almond. Add 12 tsp per pound of soap. The resulting oil may be used as is or in lotions, etc.
You may also rub the resin, neat, over your pulse points. Your body heat will release the amber scent. Amber Resins are completely natural, a wonderful alternative to chemically synthesized perfumes and diluted "Perfume Oils". The resin is excellent when worn as a solid perfume, as the fragrance intensifies with warmth (such as body heat). It is also a superb resin for charcoal burning, and a truly delicious fragrance for fine soaps, lotions and natural perfumes.
Amber is not harvested with that sensual aroma all on its own, but rather it undergoes a slight manufacturing process. The amber comes from the amber resin tree (Liquidamber orientalis) and is usually mixed in a base of beeswax and combined with Styrax benzoin (Benzoin Gum). This produces the almost "sticky" effect and produces an easily applied resin.
True amber resins should not contain artificial ingredients, petroleum by-products, or have any mineral base. Studies have shown that it has a psychoactive effect shown through biofeedback as a relaxant for brain waves, (alpha, beta, and theta). It has also been shown to "enhance" heart energy and increase sensual pleasure. Amber has a light sweet slightly earthy scent and it's fragrance intensifies when rubbed on the skin through body heat.
Amber is completely natural and may be worn as a solid perfume, or used in perfumery and soap-making. Amber harmonizes, balances, purifies, & enhances the body & senses.
To use Premium Dark Amber in soap formuals, finely chop or crush the resin and add it to the oil portion of your formula. Heat the oil and resin to its melting point of approximately 103 degrees. Once melted, stir to mix the amber evenly. Then proceed with the saponification process. In addition to the enticing fragrance, the amber resin will lend a pleasing deep brown color and a slight texture to your soap.

Price: $7.00

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