I mean, could this be any more buoyant? It just LOOKS like it's in motion! Swirl soaps are tough. And I'm referring to the white and gray swirls not the light blue bits on the top. To make soap with those swirls it needs to be very loose, very liquidy, and not as hot. You need to let the temperature fall to between 110° and 120°. Normal cold process soap is between 120° and 130°. It doesn't seem like it should, but 10° makes all the difference in the world.
I call this one Arctic Waters and it is more of a masculine scent. I love it myself, but it hits the smeller as a masculine scent. It is made of peppermint and rosemary with some amber, oak moss, and black pepper.