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Not the same as before


Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
The Lavender Fragrance Oil was one affected by the worldwide citral shortage. We did our best to make sure the reformulation smells and performs as close to the original in soap as possible.

Lovely Fragrance

I believe I bought this when Otion was still in business. It smelled fabulous in CP soap during the cure. 3 months later, the scent has faded. :( So disappointing. It's excellent in bath bombs though.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
For help with this check out our How to Prevent Scent Fading in Soap blog post.

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Lavender Fragrance Oil

Ooh, did not care for this one. I held up well in CP but doesn't smell like lavender to me. I did put it up for sale at a craft fair and some people liked it, but I did not.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
The Lavender Fragrance Oil is our most true smelling straight lavender FO. Though if you're looking for as true a scent as possible you may prefer our pure Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil or Hungarian Lavender Essential Oil.

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First of all, I have not tried this in cold process soap yet. Out of the bottle this is an excellent fragrance. I am really picky about lavender and Hungarian Lavender EO is my favorite. I bought both the EO and the FO and while they are not 100% identical (even the EOs vary from one to the other), the FO is excellent and no doubt a lovely lavender! I have a hard time putting lots of EOs in my wash off products (personal preference) due to how much goes into the EO process to just go down the drain. I will definitely use this as my alternative, likely mix it with the EO too. For anyone who let this item sit in their wishlist for months on end like me, just buy a bottle. I only ordered a small amount and will need to order more :) Thanks BB!

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Smells like floor wax

I'm so disappointed. Used this in CP and after 4 weeks cure I couldn't detect any fragrance in the dry bars at all. I hoped it would pop once wet. It did but not in a good way. It reminds me of an industrial floor wax, not a relaxing lavender. Lesson learned, now on to the daunting task of researching all the different essential oil varieties. I wish I didn't have 2 oz of this left. I doubt I'll use it.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
We choose all of our fragrance oils based on a 6 week cure time since some fragrances morph or fade away until that point; you may end up liking it better then. If you're looking for another option in essential oils you may prefer our most popular Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil blend or Hungarian Lavender Essential Oil for a smoother, less camphorous scent.