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Oatmeal, Milk and Honey: Blended with utmost care, this is the perfect melding of three fabulous scents. Sweet and toasty, this is one soap that you'll want to take a bite out of! Discolors to light tan.
In liquid soap, this fragrance quickly thickens, goes cloudy at first, clearing to a lovely honey colored hue.
Vanilla Content: 2.5%Flashpoint: 200ºF +
November 2015- This fragrance has been reformulated, but still smells and performs the same as ever!
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I started out with this fragrance oil as a beginner soap maker 5 years ago and it has stayed by best selling fragrance. It is a light, sweet fragrance that make great soaps and lotions.
I was so hopeful about this oil, but I used it today in melt and pour soap and was disappointed. It has such an artificial chemical smell. I tried mixing it with other oils on pieces of paper towel to see if I could find a way to use it but no luck yet. I absolutely hate to waste things I have purchased so if anyone has suggestions for mixing this to create something more agreeable please let me know.
I ordered this in early December so I'm not sure if I got the new version or what was left of the old. I really liked whichever I ended up with, though. My friend didn't care for it, but everyone else who tried it loved it.
Oh Brambleberry, Oatmeal, Milk and Honey was my all-time favorite fragrance. Why o why did you change it? It does not smell the same and after making body butter, had almost a smell like hay. I'm disappointed. The old fragrance was so good. Please consider reinstating the former fragrance.
I used this at maximum levels and can hardly smell anything. Hoping once the soap cures it will get stronger but I doubt it will because it smelled weak out of the bottle. I also detect a play doh smell as others have said. Honey Almond held up a lot better for me.
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