Vanilla - A staple for any lip butter line, this vanilla is a wonderfully subtle flavor.Our recommended maximum usage rate for this flavor is 6% in lip products.
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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This vanilla is absolutely fabulous. It smells great and adds a fantastic, smooth, sweet flavor to your lip balm!
i agree with the previous reviewer, this is a great vanilla! i used it in my rose gold mica lip balm with sweetener and it turned out perfect! if you use the correct ratio you will have no problems with this :) one of my faves!
I had to get in here and give a positive review to counteract all the negative ones. My customers love this, as do I. I mix it with the Lip[ Smacking Sweet, and it is just YUMMY
I added this flavor to a lip balm containing Shea butter, jojoba oil, beeswax, lanolin, chamomille, calendula, and vitamin E. Suddenly the mix makes my lips burn! Could it be the vanilla, or the chamomile or calendula extract? What are the ingredients in this oil?
Reply from Bramble BerryHi Soledad! If too much flavoring oil is used in the lip balm, it can cause a tingling sensation on your lips. We recommend using flavor oils at 1-3% in your recipe. You can read more in the Sunday Night Spotlight: Flavoring Oils. I'll be emailing you personally to talk more!
Very disappointed. Definitely very chocolatey. I guess I will try the buttercreme flavor but no idea what I'm going to do with all this chocolate flavor now...
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Beth! I'm sorry to hear this fragrance was not what you were expecting. If you find this lip balm to have more of a chocolate smell to it, you may enjoy using it in the
Chocolate Lip Balm Recipe!
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