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Warm Vanilla Sugar: A popular Bath and Bodyworks type fragrance. Soft delicate vanilla blended with sweet sugar. Behaves well in CP soap. Discolors to a medium brown.
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Vanilla Content: 4.4%
Flashpoint: 200ºF +
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Smells exactly like BBW Warm Vanilla Sugar. Turns a wonderful deep brown color in CP soap.
I am very happy with this scent and it is amazing in everything I have made using it. I have done M & P soaps, sugar scrubs, lotions and candles. The scent is warm and smooth and does not smell like burnt sugar when added to hot soap or candles while they burn. It does discolor a bit but I and my customers find it quite pleasing, so I don't add color to it. This is one of my favorite scents and will, for sure, be kept on hand as long as Bramble Berry keeps it in stock.
I really like this scent. It's a soft, sophisticated vanilla. Also, it's my MIL's go-to scent, so I always know anything with this scent will be a good gift. It seems universally liked by everyone who smells it. It's also a good deal for CP soap, according to the fragrance calculator, as it looks like a little goes a long way, so the 4 ounce bottle I got will last a while. I wonder why that is, as OOB it doesn't seem particularly strong. Anyway, great scent!
I absolutely LOVE this scent. I was looking for a very sensual vanilla and this is it. Hard to describe but think notes of amber and white musk along with vanilla. I blended it with another vanilla to create a scent people go nuts over.
This scent is probably my most popular scent even though I am not a big fan of it. Lots of people buy it on the name alone and don't even smell it though. When I opened the bottle, I couldn't really smell any sweetness to it; just strong vanilla and this scent almost like a package of diapers (before it's used, lol). As it dries (in my bath bombs) the scent becomes barely detectable. It's just not sweet enough for me.
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If this particular Vanilla doesn't work for you, you can also try out our
Vanilla Vanilla Cybilla Fragrance Oils.
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