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Not sure why it didn't work

I bought this after reading so many glowing reviews. Are used 5 mL in a batch of 50 balms. It doesn’t smell like anything now that the tubes are out and dried. not sure why my experience is so different than everyone elses.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
In general we recommend a usage rate of 1-3% for flavor oils in lip balm. Though for the Pineapple Flavor Oil you can use up to 6% so it could be that you just didn't use quite enough for your recipe. The good news is you should be able to remelt the balm out of your tubes to add some extra flavor oil in.

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Top of my list for favorite oil

This one was a suprise. I didn't expect to love it so much. I mixed it with a bit of the coconut flavor oil and the smell was divine in my lip balm. This is a sweet pineapple scent with a hint of the acid of pineapple. I add stevia for a bit of sweetness in the balm. I think this will become a top flavor oil in my lip balms.

Yummy pineapple

I've tried 5 different BB flavor oils and this is by far my favorite! I used at 6% and it's so yummy. I just can't get enough of it!

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Wait For It

Out of the bottle, this does smell sharp and unpleasant. And when you mix it in with your warmed, melted lip balm base, it smells even worse. But once the balms are poured and set and completely cooled, this smells perfect. Tart and sweet and unmistakably pineapple. Less is more with this one. You can go up to 6%, but I got a perfect fragrance with half that.

Lip Balm - fresh and yummy!

Has that sharp acid edge that I expect from real pineapple. It does have a candy note - like if you drizzled that red coating from a candied apple onto fresh pineapple slices.