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Amber: It took us five years of searching to find this Amber. It is a base note that is used in perfumery because it adds a sophisticated, warm base note to fragrance blends. Our Amber blend also contains notes of Vanilla, Patchouli, Sandalwood and Musk. Because of the Vanilla in the blend, it will go a luxurious brown in your soaps and toiletries. Use the Amber alone, or mix it with florals for a sultry twist on the basic floral.
Vanilla Content: 3.2%
This fragrance is phthalate free.
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
Anne-Marie's favorite blends using Amber Fragrance Oil.
Please Note: This fragrance was reformulated March 2012 to meet IFRA guidelines and it does smell different.
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I mix thus with another FO for my beer soap and it is a best seller for me
This is my favorite fragrance oil, by far. I mix with nutmeg, black pepper, and cedarwood essential oil and can't keep this soap in stock.
I absolutely love this fragrance! It smells so good and mixes with just about anything. I mixed this scent with the Heavenly Honeysuckle fragrance for a friend of mine. It was amazing. Definitely will be buying the bigger bottle next time.
I used this fragrance while making the Amber Whipped Bronzing Body Butter recipe on your site. I mixed it with the Ancient Sedona FO as per the directions and I liked the combination very much. Today, I decided to clean the glassware using Ann Marie's trick (melt & pour soap) and I mixed in a new FO combination of Amber FO, Ancient Sedona FO and Australian Sandalwood Essential Oil and WOW - it smells fantastic! Love, Love, Love this FO! Thanks Brambleberry!
The only thing I can say about this scent is that it moves quickly.
It will come back to a workable state with a stir.
It does darken in CP. Don't expect to make any fancy swirls with this FO. I will continue to use Amber because of the scent, Love it.
I gave this fo a # 4 rating because I love the scent.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Elaine! I'm so glad you love our Amber Fragrance Oil to pieces! Though, I'm sorry you've had some troubles working with it. In our tests and recipes this fragrance oil did not accelerate or seize. There can be other reasons for acceleration like soaping with high temperatures or additives.
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