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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 added quite a bit of essential oils to this including vetiver; smells like a high class women's perfume. Bought it for soap but almost feel like I should use this for a candle or mix it with alcohol and give it to the ladies in my family as gifts.
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!
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