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Warm Vanilla Sugar - Who doesn't love sugar on its own? Add some vanilla notes in there, and you've got yourself a most magnificent dessert fragrance. Our blend is a bit more sophisticated than most and has been created specifically for candles, this fragrance has been reformulated to be skin-safe. Now you can make perfectly matching candle, soap, and lotion ensembles. It contains supporting notes of jasmine, citrus and musk to round out the syrupy delight.

Note: Is quite light in cold process soap, so we suggested adding up to .9 ounces per pound for any CP recipes.

Flashpoint: 200ºF +

Photo Attribution: © Can Stock Photo

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Average Rating:
(based on 6 reviews)

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by Otto
on 11/5/2014
Just not quite my thing.
I've been transitioning most of my fragrance oils over to Bramble Berry products and needed a new vanilla scent from which - let's face it - they've got plenty to choose. I eeny-meeny-miny-moed my way into this one and it's not bad but it's not really what I was looking for either. It's almost identical to the Bath&Bodyworks scent of the same name, which is right up some people's alley but not so much up mine. I've found it good for mixing with other scents for a hint of sweetness but I'll be picking a different fragrance for my basic vanilla soaps.

Reply from Bramble Berry
 
Hi Otto! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. While it does have notes of vanilla, it also has notes of jasmine and citrus. If you're looking for a straight vanilla scent, you may like Vanilla Select Fragrance Oil, Vanilla Bean Fragrance Oil or Vanilla Vanilla Cybilla Fragrance Oil.

by Ms.P
on 7/22/2014
Smells Great in my Soy Candles
I used this FO in my soy candles and it smells great! My friends love the candles scented with this FO and they want more. Also works well in my soy wax melts. It is not overpowering, it is subtle but noticeable. Perfect for Vanilla-lovers!
by Teesha
on 12/21/2013
Can't smell it in MP soap
Cant smell it and there are no ratios available on the site for this scent

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Teesha! For melt and pour soap, we recommend using .5 ounces fragrance oil per pound of soap. You may find our fragrance calculator helpful, it’s a tool that calculates how much fragrance to use depending on what you are making.

by Kristin
on 10/27/2013
Bath & Bodyworks-ish
Made this for grandmother-in-law who gets all the girls in the family B&B Warm Vanilla Sugar hand lotion for Christmas. She didn't comment on it, but I think it smells pretty close to their scent. Held well in CP soap for me, even a year later....
by Celeste
on 9/9/2013
Warm Vanilla Sugar NOT for CP Soap
In the bottle this scent is absolutely wonderful! I couldn't wait to use it in my cold process soap. Unfortunately, it didn't stand up well and you can just barely smell the scent even with your nose touching the soap. I think I'll rebatch this soap batch and see if adding more fragrance oil ---without all the heat --- helps. It smells too good to just give up on it!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Because soap is a wash-off product, you can actually add a bit extra fragrance oil to your batches. For cold process soaps, we suggest that you can go as high as .9 ounces per pound of soap to fragrance your batch.

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