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Baby Powder

...and nothing BUT baby powder. I know, I know: "powder is a common note in many fragrance oils", but this isn't just a note; it's ALL baby powder. I was so looking forward to an incense type smell but when I opened the bottle, I was entirely convinced that Brambleberry must have mislabeled the bottle because it was nothing like the description. I gave it the benefit of the doubt and used it in a batch of soap, lotion, and cologne. Not only does it REEK of baby powder, but nothing I blend with it will mellow it out. I've tried sandalwood, cedarwood, tea tree, rosemary, a combination of all of the above, and that gross powder smell just cuts through everything. I'm not one to let things go to waste, but this fragrance absolutely has to be thrown out. There's not place for it in my studio.

Sexy and Full of Intrigue!

Another winner! Again I find that a little bit goes a long way. Make sure to get some BB Vanilla Color Stabilizer if you plan on using in lighter colors. Well done, BB! Edit 10-17-2015: HINT - Last night I dabbed some at the nape of my neck hairline and my man loved it! ;)

Beth Sage Owens

This is really nice! Warm, spicy sweet, I added a small amount of patchouli and this is amazing. Highly recommended!

Perfect Dragon's Blood

This is a true Dragon's Blood. It smells the way it is supposed to. It's a very sexy scent, great for a man or woman. The staying power is great in hair oils and lotion bars. Add some to your diffuser and the room will smell wonderful.

Only slightly true to Dragon's Blood.

At first upon making CP soap I didn't care for this fragrance at all. However I decided to wait until the soap cured a bit before reviewing it. I do like it slightly more as it has faded and became more tolerable (was super strong). I would've given it 2 stars at first but upgraded to 3 as I think it is an average fragrance as did others who I shared it with. It did accelerate the CP process.