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Description 

Oatmeal, Milk and Honey: Blended with utmost care, this is the perfect melding of three fabulous scents. Sweet and toasty, this is one soap that you'll want to take a bite out of! Discolors to light tan.

In liquid soap, this fragrance quickly thickens, goes cloudy at first, clearing to a lovely honey colored hue.

Vanilla Content: 2.5%

Flashpoint: 200ºF +

Note: This fragrance was reformulated to meet new standards in September, 2014

Photo Attribution: © Can Stock Photo

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by sandra
on 3/27/2015
review
.I'm am just sick after learning of this being reformulated. I have read the other reviews and I'm so disappointed. This use ti be the most amazing fragrance ever. I have one customer that loved the fragrance to help with her moods. I'm trying hard to find a company that will dupe the way thus use to smell. Is there another fragrance that you all have that I can combine with this new one to make it smell like the old one? Had we been notified it was going to change I would have ordered a drum. How do we order samples? Is there another fo you have that is close to the original OMH? Signed , HEARTBROKEN BB CUSTOMER THAT'S LOST SALES.
by Jennifer
on 3/27/2015
I'm an outlier
I know this is a very popular fragrance, and I see it recommended a lot on soapmaking groups. That said, it's never been a favorite of mine (I sell soap, so I carry it, but I'm not personally a fan of cherry or almond, and its never been a HUGE mover for me). Then someone pointed out in a group that OMH smells a lot like play-doh (vanilla, cherry, almond), and I thought, that's SO true. I had the opportunity to visit Otion (BB's store), and accidentally spilled a small amount of the Oatmeal Porter FO on me while I was there. it got into the sleeve of my coat, and I could smell it all day. Turns out I really liked it. Smells like oatmeal and butterscotch. So now I use 3 parts OMH FO, and 1 part Oatmeal Porter FO in my oatmeal soap. MUCH better. Smells more like toasted oats and less like play-doh.
by Patricia
on 3/18/2015
Go to fragrance
This is my go to fragrance for my soaps. It smells lovely in MP and CP soaps.
by Emily
on 3/4/2015
Candles?
Does this fragrance oil work in candles? What about lip balms, or lotions, body butters?

Reply from Bramble Berry
 
Hi Emily! All of our fragrance oils are safe to be used in candles. Though, because we have not tested them all in candles we do recommend making a small test candle to make sure you like the burn smell and fragrance throw.  The Oatmeal Milk and Honey is not lip safe, for lip balm you would want to use our Flavoring Oils. This scent can definitely be used in lotions and body butters!  I will email you personally to discuss this further.

by Munimula
on 2/19/2015
The Best!
For me, hands down my favorite fragrance. I've made CP soap, in which the fragrance came a bit light, but I will increase on the next batch. Oatmeal, Milk and Honey was the first that I made body butter with. When I brought some samples into work on my "test subjects", i.e. coworkers, they were crazy for it. Good job, Brambleberry and thank you!
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