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  • Oatmeal Milk & Honey Cybilla Fragrance Oil

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Oatmeal Milk & Honey: Straight from Grandma's kitchen! Warm oatmeal flavored with creamy milk and honey. Discolors to a creamy beige.

Vanilla Content: 1%

Flashpoint: 200ºF.

Photo Attribution: © Can Stock Photo


Average Rating:
(based on 19 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 19 Reviews:

by Beth
on 4/23/2015
Nice, not too sweet just right !
Turned out great in my CP soap one of my new favorite scents!
by Marilyn
on 1/28/2015
Bramble Berry version vs.Cybilla TEST
I just had to test these two fragrances. Out of the bottle they are close, but three weeks after two CP batches there is a difference. Bramble Berry's version is so yummy smelling. The Cybilla has a smokey,almost dirty smell. It is a slight difference but definitely there. I'm so glad I did this test.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Marilyn!  Oh I'm so glad you love Bramble Berry's Oatmeal Milk And Honey Fragrance Oil! Though, I'm sorry the Oatmeal, Milk & Honey Cybilla wasn't your favorite.  If you're looking for other sweet scents you might like our Almond Biscotti Fragrance Oil, Butter Cream and Snickerdoodle Fragrance Oil, or the Hot Cocoa Fragrance Oil.  

by Mouza
on 12/20/2014
I love this FO.. it behaves well with CP.. I feel it smells almondy and that what makes it Perfect for me ..
by Becky
on 11/22/2014
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this fragrance!!! I have used it several times in CP soap and in bath bombs now and it has become a favorite of mine and of customers. It has a light smell to it, so it is not overwhelming, but yet it is enough of a smell that makes you want to eat it (yep...its one of those!). I can't recommend it enough!!!
by teresa
on 11/19/2014
Separates my Oils
Hi I love this smell but I have used it 3 times and twice it has separated my oils, is there an oil combinations that you can suggest to help me with this. Thanks

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Teresa! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. In our tests and recipes we experienced light acceleration but no separation. Soaping at lower temperatures - 120F or less - can help your soap stay together. Also, make sure to whisk those fragrances in rather than stick blending them. You can read more in this Soap Behaving Badly post. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this!

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