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Vanilla, Non-Discoloring : After much searching, we proudly offer this Non-Discoloring Vanilla as an alternative to Vanillas that turn to brown or black. Whether you need just a sweet note in a blend, or want to make a white bar of Vanilla soap, this is the fragrance for you. While not as rich, buttery or realistic smelling as our other Vanillas (Vanilla Select) this Vanilla will do the trick when you need a non-discoloring Vanilla. Note: This fragrance can be tricky in some cold process soap recipes. It may accelerate trace and/or rice so soap carefully.

This fragrance contains phthalates.

Flashpoint: 200ºF +

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by Wanda
on 9/28/2014
Disappointing
I had a request for a vanilla soap. I bought this so I wouldn't need the stablizer. The scent is weak and artificial. I half expected that. I was hoping to be wrong. I won't buy this one again.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Wanda! I'm sorry this scent wasn't your favorite. If you're looking for vanilla scents, you may like Vanilla Forest Fragrance Oil, Vanilla Bean Fragrance Oil, or Vanilla Select Fragrance Oil with equal parts of Vanilla Color Stabilizer to keep your soaps from discoloring.

by Gina
on 7/22/2014
It's Okay, Moves Like Lightning
I had high hopes for this, and it mostly delivers. As BB's description says, it adds a sweet note in blends, and I think this is its best use. I have blended with Southern Peach and Chai Tea, and it sweetens them up nicely. However, it moves like lightning, and you will have mashed potatoes very quickly. Do not plan to do anything except get it into the mold after adding the fragrance. That said, you can do some nice layering if you add the fragrance to your soap directly before pouring. The FO smells really chemical-y in the bottle, and I wouldn't use it by itself in any product. The chemical smell mellows out in blends during cure, and I think this is the only way it should be used. It isn't buttery or rich, mostly sweet, and it is okay as long as you understand this. And that it moves at light speed. :). Considering it doesn't discolor, I guess I can put up with that.
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