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Kathy
11/18/2015
mix flavor oils for a best-selling lip balm!

I mixed acai & blueberry bliss flavoring oils, then sweetened with "lip smacking sweet flavor oil': I wasn't a fan of either flavoring oil on their own, but together they make one of my best-selling lip balms!


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April
8/30/2014
Okay

This flavor is decent in my lip balm. Some of my friends like it, some don't. I'd give it 3 stars. It didn't blow me away (like Buttercream, Pineapple and Cucumber Melon). I will still use it from time to time, but I wouldn't recommend it to a friend. There are so many other yummy flavors that I consider 5 stars.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi April! I'm sorry this wasn't your favorite flavor oil. You may like Honey Kisses Flavor Oil, Mint Julep Flavor Oil, or Vanilla Flavor Oil.


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Bayfront Naturals
5/8/2014
Good, but Burns

I really like the scent, and I used less than recommended, but it gives me a weird burning feeling when I used the lip balm. I saw another reviewer had this happen with another FO. could it be some of us are sensitive? Not sure, but I don't like it!!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi there! I’m happy to hear you enjoy how this flavor oil smells! Like with any cosmetic product, it is possible that it may not agree with some users. You can always use less if you're finding it irritates your lips. If it does not agree with you, you could use this flavor oil in other projects instead, such as soap! The usage rate is very similar to that of fragrance oils. For a medium strength scent in melt and pour, we generally recommend .25 ounces per pound of base, and for cold process we generally recommend .7 ounces per pound of oils.


Sly
2/11/2014
Flavoring Oil in CP?

I see you have a photo of Acai Flavoring Oil behavior in CP. I didn't know you could use Flavoring oil in soap. How does this smell in CP? How strong is it? Do you use the same amount as typical with FO's? Thanks!!

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Sly! You can indeed use Flavor Oils in soap! Flavor Oils are similar to fragrance oils in many ways, but are made up of ingredients that are edible. The usage rate is very similar to that of fragrance oils. For a medium strength scent in melt and pour, we generally recommend .25 ounces per pound of base, and for cold process we generally recommend .7 ounces per pound of oils. Because scent is a personal preference, you can use less or more if you’d like. I hope this helps Sly!


Toni
10/3/2013
DELICIOUS!

I love this flavor and so do my customers! I'm not sure how to describe it except that it is a delicious berry flavor!!!