Strawberry Flavor - Reminiscent of a Jolly Rancher candy, this Strawberry is a bit sweeter than the real thing. It's syrup-y and oozes deliciousness.Based on IFRA guidelines, the recommended maximum usage rate for this flavor is 6% in lip products.
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Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Ginger! I'm sorry you were disappointed with this flavor oil. We love the Jolly Rancher-like scent our Strawberry Flavor Oil has! Any flavor oil will scent you lip balm nicely, but they won't flavor it. You can read more about that in this 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.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Dani! I'm so glad your friends and family love the lip balm you made using our Strawberry Flavor Oil. Though, I'm sorry you had an allergic reaction to it. You may have better luck with our Papaya Flavor Oil, Passionfruit Rose Fragrance And Flavor Oil, or Watermelon Flavor Oil.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Jamie! I'm sorry this scent wasn't your favorite. Strawberry tends to be a lighter scent - we recommend about .0025 oz per ounce of lip balm, or about half a mL. Also, our flavoring oils are actually tasteless, so it won't have a strawberry taste. Our Sunday Night Spotlight: Flavoring Oils blog post has some great information. You may also like our Lip Smackin' Sweet Flavor Oil, which is a clear sweetener. I will be emailing you personally to help you troubleshoot!
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Marte! I'm sorry to hear you were slightly disappointed in this scent. You're correct, it is a sweeter type of fruit fragrance. You may be interested in the
Acai Flavor Oil,
I find this to be a more "realistic" fruit scent, and less sweet than the Strawberry.
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