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I use orris root in all of my soap batches....1/2 tsp ppo is the amount I use and I either add the powder to thinly traced soap or just put it in with the oils and mix well.
Using essential oils like litsae cubeba to fix scents is easy....just include it in with the blend of scents. Some base and middle notes work well in extending the life of some of the top notes that disappear quickly. When blending essential oils, just include a base note or two. If your using fragrance oils, you probably don't need a fixative...they seem to last much longer than some eo's.
Here is a quote from my essential oils page about fixatives.
"Fixatives are ingredients that are used in soap making to hold or "fix" a scent to the soap. They are quite useful when you want to make oils like sweet orange or other fleeting top notes last longer.
Benzoin powder or e/o, orris root powder, frankincense e/o, patchouli e/o, oakmoss e/o, cedarwood e/o, myrrh e/o, ylang ylang e/o, vetiver e/o, copaiba balsam e/o and kaolin clay are all examples of fixatives that can be used in soapmaking."