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Blackberry Cybilla Fragrance Oil
  • Blackberry Cybilla Fragrance Oil

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Blackberry Cybilla: This ripe and juicy fragrance oil will take you back to the days of picking sweet blackberries off the vine during the long days of summer. Soaps wonderfully with no acceleration or ricing. Does go a golden tan in cold process.

Vanilla Content: .5%

This fragrance contains phthalates.

Flashpoint: This medium-flashpoint oil (160ºF) will ship FedEx only regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout. It cannot be shipped by the USPS.

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(based on 5 reviews)

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by Jan
on 4/3/2014
Amazing smell!!
I have to say this smell is incredible. My three year old grand daughter said "Ma, I know I can't eat soap but this smells good enough to eat." This is all the memories of summers day! When my customers don't know what they want I suggest this soap. No one has been disappointed yet! I used CP soap and colored it purple with some black accents. Color behaved beautifully.
by Caitlen
on 2/5/2014
Excellent fragrance!
I really love this fragrance! I mixed it with Ginger Ale and it creates such an awesome fizzy scent! I will definitely be buying more! It does turn soap green, like others have said, but I was also using 55% olive oil, which is already a darker yellow. I might try changing up my recipe a bit and subbing canola oil in for olive oil and see if I have better luck with colors. If not, I'll work around it :). The scent is worth it!!
by cristy
on 9/26/2013
great smell
Perfect berry fragrance! I have used this fragrance in HP and CP soap, lotion bars, bath bombs and body butter. I have had no problems with it in any of my bath products. It blends wonderfully with oatmeal milk and honey, vanilla and mulberry fragrances!
by Sly
on 9/12/2013
Wonderful Fragrance, but turns soap yellow and green
There was no information as to how this scent would react in CP, but I read a review about the Blackberry Sage, saying the soap stayed white. I had made a very white soap and added lots of Titanium Dioxide, but when I added this scent, it turned it all very yellow. I added more TD to no avail. After 3 weeks of curing, the soap turned to a green color, which I thought was odd. The scent is wonderful and mild. I used 2 oz to 2 lb of soap and would want to add a touch more to make it a bit stronger next time. There was no acceleration or ricing. In the small bit I did not add TD to, the soap turned to a yellow oxide color - or mustard yellow and stayed that way after 3 weeks of curing. The day after it finished curing, I sold 5 of the 7 soaps I made - everybody loved it!! Even though the color seems unpredictable, I would definitely recommend this scent.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Sly! We have tested the Blackberry Cybilla in cold process soap (you can see the picture above) and it does turn green -- but you can totally work with that in your soap with fun color combos. We are so happy to hear that you like the scent and are looking forward to hearing more about your adventures with it on Bramble Berry's Facebook page.

by Marian
on 8/24/2013
No Discoloratiom
I just made some goat's milk soap using this fragrance. Unlike Sly, I have had no discoloration other than what the goat's milk does. I did use vanilla color stabilizer along with my usual amount of titanium dioxide. I do agree with him in that more than the recommended fragrance amount is needed.
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