Vanilla White Color Stabilizer is a patent pending fragrance technology designed to be added to aqueous bases that have color stability problems resulting from vanillin and other aromatic ingredients which tend to oxidize and cause browning. For the first time, water based formulas can be stabilized by including a small amount of Vanilla White Color Stabilizer. Phthalate-Free.
Here is Toasted Marshmallow Cold Process Soap. The dark brown soap contains 0% vanilla white color stabilizer. The creamy white soap contains equal amounts of toasted marshmallow fragrance oil and vanilla white color stabilizer. Results courtesy of Stephanie Bruns; a long time soap maker.
Applications of Vanilla White Color Stabilizer: Liquid soap bases, bar soap bases, glycerin soap bases, cold process soap, hot process soap, shampoos, conditioners, fabric softeners, detergents, air fresheners, and lotions; essentially any product that is not anhydrous.
Physical Form: Water white liquid with slight haze.
Odor: Vanillic character. Although this product is completely safe, it has a very strong odor out of the bottle. You will not notice this odor in finished products.
Recommended use level: Added to the base at 0.3% by weight (this is the recommended usage rate of the manufacturer). We have found that you may need to use more in your formulations; 2 parts fragrance oil to 1 part vanilla white color stabilizer. In the event that a fragrance contains very high levels of vanillin, we suggest using a ratio of 1 part fragrance oil to 1 part vanilla white color stabilizer. It is suggested that you add the vanilla white color stabilizer to the actual fragrance oil, then add that mixture to your formulation.
Precautions: Store in a dry cool location. Do not combine with strong acids, nitrates or oxidizing agents.
Natures Garden does not sell the same vanilla stabilizer that is found at other companies. Vanilla white was formulated by an actual chemist/perfumist, who has a patent pending on this product. Since Natures Garden has not tested this product in every vanilla-containing fragrance on the market, we do not claim that it will work with all fragrance oils. Testing will need to be done by the customer with all fragrances they choose.
Not for use in candle making. Our fragrance oils already contain anti-oxidative agents that prevent discoloration in candle making applications.
Natures Garden is not responsible for the results of any finished products.