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Tomato Leaf: This garden-fresh fragrance smells like a fresh tomato leaf and not the actual tomato that you use in your spaghetti sauces - it's light, fresh, airy and herb-y. It is a blend of all kinds of melons and tomatoes with some additional blending notes thrown in for good measure. Tomato Leaf is rounded out with lemon-lime top notes, fresh leafy herbaceous middle notes and a wonderfully rich and earthy base.
Vanilla Content: .5%
This fragrance was reformulated October 2014 and is now phthalate free!
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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Even though I don't think this smells like a tomato I love it. A little herbal, a little citrus, very fresh smelling. Everyone who has smelled it loves it and so far seems to be one of the longer lasting scents I have tried. (used it in cold process without any problem)
I love the smell of tomato leaves. I really wanted to like this, but it just smells fake. There are some citrus undertones, so it makes a good bug repellant. I use it in a small spray bottle with some other oils to repel mosquitos and other pests.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Charlemagne! I'm sorry this fragrance wasn't your favorite. We love the fresh herb-like smell of our Tomato Leaf Fragrance Oil! If you're looking for other garden inspired scents you may like Fresh Zucchini Flower Fragrance Oil or Sunny Herb Garden Fragrance Oil.
Smells better then the real thing. I love how unique this scent is and very fun to use it in my summer soap line. It has a wonderful herbal scent that lasts in my hot process soap.
This smells like the real deal and it's awesome. I use it in a blend with EO's and other fragrance oils, lotions, perfume, scrubs, CP soap... no problems! It's great.
Ugh, I wanted to like this one. The scent out of the bottle was ok, but once I mixed it into my combined lye/oil mixture it seized the whole batch. I have used this recipe before, and am disappointed at the result of this batch, and the only thing I did differently was the oil.
Reply from Bramble Berry Hi Melissa! I'm sorry this fragrance oil gave you troubles and seized you soap! In our tests and recipes the Tomato Leaf Fragrance Oil did not accelerate or seize. There can be other reasons for acceleration like soaping with high temperatures or additives. I will email you personally to help troubleshoot!
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