In a word “YUM-Tastic!” Though this flavor smells slightly acetone-y and off in the bottle, when used at lip flavoring usage rates (1-3%), it is delightful in lip products. It has that enzyme tartness to it that fresh pineapple does while still retaining the playfulness of this happy fruit.Based on IFRA guidelines, the recommended maximum usage rate for this flavor is 6% in lip products.
NOTE: This low-flashpoint oil (130ºF) will ship Ground Only, regardless of the shipping method you choose at checkout. It cannot ship outside the lower 48 U.S. states or via USPS.
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Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Joshua! I'm sorry you were disappointed with this flavor oil. Flavor Oils will scent your lip balm nicely but they only mimic a flavoring with their scent. You can read more about this in our Sunday Night Spotlight: Flavoring Oils blog post. If you want your balms sweetened you can add Lip Smacking Sweet Flavor Oil. I will email you personally to discuss this further.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi! The scent in the bottle of some of our flavorings and fragrance oils are going to be a little different than what you would smell in your final product. We are really glad you got a chance to try it out and loved it so much. Be sure to try some of our other
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