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What is up with the price

I absolutely love this fragrance, but I just went to reorder and it's $42 a pound for fragrance oil? Why? I won't reorder this sadly, $42 is too much. Brambleberry products are nice but I don't order too many because of the cost and long wait for the product. Sadly, I will be seeking other fragrances.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
Thank you for raising your concerns.

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Be prepared to move quick

While I love this fragrance, it has accelerated on me both times I've used it. So keep that in mind. I soap at room temp and only blend to emulsion with a slow moving recipe I use exclusively. It does stick really well though.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
In our testing the Grapefruit Bellini Fragrance Oil behaved well without any acceleration. Other reasons for acceleration could be temperature and any additives, especially those that contain sugar.

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Suzanne Finley
Why the Huge Price Increase?

I have been using this fragrance for our grapefruit soap but can no longer afford it. For 16 ounces, it is over $41! Why so high? It makes it almost impossible for soap makers to use this without charging a small fortune for their soaps which customers will not pay. I constantly refer Brambleberry for their products but this is too high and I'll have to find another supplier for my grapefruit soap. No malfeasance intended but you need to know that I cannot pay this.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
Thanks for your feedback.

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I bought this to make something a little different for someone. I'm trying it just in MP right now, and it smells absolutely delightful!

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Rice city

Not sure what I did wrong... but this riced on me once I poured in the mold. It smells nice though.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
In our testing the Grapefruit Bellini Fragrance Oil behaved well in cold process soap without any ricing. Ricing can also be due to temperature and certain additives, though it can normally be stick blended out. Find out more information in our Soap Behaving Badly blog post.