Milk and Honey - What is there to say about a fragrance that smells this sweet? It smells like you've been out on the farm, gathering your sweet honey and milking some cows. A very dulcet blend, this fragrance is a must have if you're a fan of sweet scents and want a slightly different spin on the traditional vanilla based sweet scents on the market.
Created specifically for candles, this fragrance has been reformulated to be skin-safe. Now you can make perfectly matching candle, soap, and lotion ensembles!
Vanilla Content: 4.6%
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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Reply from Bramble Berry Hi Amira! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. We love the warm and sweet notes that the Milk & Honey (Candle & Soap) Fragrance has. You can try mixing the Milk & Honey with Green Tea Fragrance Oil, Vanilla Bean (Candle & Soap Fragrance), or the Earl Grey Lemon Fragrance Oil to see if it makes a scent that is more up your alley!
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Laura! I'm sorry to hear that this fragrance did not stand up well in your cold process soap. We have found this fragrance to leave a nice fragrance in both soap, candles and other projects. You may enjoy our
Oatmeal Milk & Honey Cybilla Fragrance Oil,
Wildflower Honey Fragrance Oil.
For cold process, we recommend a usage rate of .7 ounces of fragrance oil per pound of cold process soap. If you prefer a stronger scent, you can certainly use more :) If you prefer to use it in a different project, you may find this
blog post helpful.
It includes fragrance oil usage rates for various projects, as well as an explanation on how to use our
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