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  • Oatmeal Milk And Honey Fragrance Oil

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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


Average Rating:
(based on 44 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 44 Reviews:

by Marilyn
on 1/28/2015
love it!
I used it in a CP milk soap. It smells like butter cream, cookie dough and almond. It smells good enough to eat. no accelleration and the color was a creamy beige color. Thanks BB
by Vickie
on 1/23/2015
Oatmeal milk @ Honey
This new formula is a disappointment, it is not as strong and smells like play doe. I feel like I ruined my soap.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Vickie! I'm sorry this reformulation wasn't your favorite. We reformulated this fragrance in September 2014 to comply with new International Fragrance Association safety guidelines. The fragrances may smell slightly different than before the reformulations. If a fragrance has been reformulated, you can request a sample on your next order to test it out. Also, we choose all our fragrances based on how they smell after six weeks of curing in cold process soap, as they do smell differently out of the bottle. If you're looking for sweet scents, you may like Butter Cream and Snickerdoodle Fragrance Oil, Burnt Sugar Fragrance Oil or Saffron and Honey Fragrance Oil. I'll be emailing you personally to talk more!

by Leah
on 12/30/2014
All time Best Seller
My customers love this fragrance! Wonderful year round and popular with men and women. I make it in CP and a lotion and the fragrance holds well in both. This one I have to keep in stock.
by Joan
on 12/22/2014
Smells good, behaves oddly
This has a strong almond smell and reminds me of cookies. The few times I have used it in CP soap though, the soap took forever to harden. I'm currently staring at a loaf that is a week old and barely able to unmold, let alone cut. It smells heavenly though! I don't see anyone else mentioning this problem so maybe it's just me?

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Joan! In our tests and recipes, this fragrance didn't affect the firmness of the soap. However, other factors, like a majority of soft oils in your recipe, can affect the time it takes your soap to harden. To speed up that process, you can add 1 tsp. of sodium lactate per pound of oils to your cooled lye water. You can read more in the Sunday Night Spotlight: Sodium Lactate post. I'll be emailing you personally to help troubleshoot!

by Melanie
on 11/8/2014
This is now my favorite scent for my lotions. It is faintly sweet and produces a light scent. This will probably become a go-to scent for all of my products!
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