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Just like grass

Every fall I make a "Hunter's soap". I make it camoflauge colored. The black is colored with charcoal and scented with an Earth scent from another company (wish BB had that scent) the green is colored with green chrome dioxide and scented with this Grass stain scent, then the white is left unscented. It looks so cool and smells like all the scent cover-ups my hubby uses when he goes hunting. I can't keep this in stock. Hunters come here and buy 5 bars at a time!!

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Discolored to yellow

We used this before the re formulation with great success. After the reformulation it discolor to yellow. The fumes from this has also discolored other soaps that were curing above or below it. Any white will discolor to yellow within 6 weeks. Not happy with the re formulation. Scent does not hold up either.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
In our testing the reformulation of Grass Stain Fragrance Oil did not discolor. Fumes from a fragrance should also not discolor other soap since it has to be mixed into the batter to discolor. There can be other reasons for a more yellow batter like if you were using any strong colored oils, like certain olive oils. Very high temperatures as well as using additives like milk can also cause some soap discoloration.

I love this fragrance!

It does smell like fresh grass, but in a floral kinda of way. It smells beautiful! It doesn't discolor. I need to make some of this just for myself!

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Gives me a horrible headache, threw it away

This does smell exactly like fresh-cut grass--very strongly so. Unfortunately, it gives me an incredible headache, and I can't be in the same room with any soap using this fragrance. Not only that, but every single person that smelled it, hated it. I had to throw away the soap and the fragrance, too.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
If you're looking for other green scents you may prefer our Green Fig Fragrance Oil, Green Smoothie Fragrance Oil, or Sweetgrass Fragrance Oil.

Green Banana Peels

Others before me have already said it, but this smells like unripe banana peels! Not like a fruity tropical banana, just the peels. It's not bad, but I wouldn't call it grassy- I think it needs a little more sharpness or herbal qualities for that. Not bad, just not what I was expecting.