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Botanical Name: Betula alba
Plant Part: Bark
Extraction Method: Steam
Color: Brown to orange
Strength of Aroma: The scent is reminiscent of tar, charred wood and smoke. Many have compared it to the scent of a campfire.
Cautions: This oil should be avoided during pregnancy and may cause irritation to sensitive skin.
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Posted by Unknown on 11th May 2017
I use this as an ingredient in my customized after shave. It smells exactly like a burned out campfire. It is strong and will overpower other ingredients. Recommend to use sparingly unless you want to smell like Smokey the Bear.
Posted by Christin Shaffer on 27th Jan 2017
I've been attempting to create a blend that smelled like sitting around a campfire for quite some time! I blended it with cedarwood, pine and vetiver. It smells divine!
Posted by Zubie's Petals on 30th Jun 2016
I am using it to tone down sweeter fragrances in male blends.
Posted by Tracy Evans on 18th Jun 2016
I haven't soaped with this yet so not sure if it changes from the barbeque sauce smell to a more sweet charred wood smell. Deffinately can smell the smoke and wood. I think it would make a great bacon scented soap for the kitchen sink. Also might be fun to mix with the Tomatoe Leaf and the Lettuce fragrance oils I got from another supplier (BB) that are awesome. smells like a BLT sandwich. Seriously smells delicious! I can't wait to try this!
Posted by Unknown on 15th Jun 2016
Worked well in CP soap production. Have a small number of customers that love it.
Posted by Mark Komoroski on 13th May 2016
We needed a strong smoke scent and that is EXACTLY what we got. It will definitely do the trick for our application
Posted by Katelyn Adkins on 5th Apr 2016
I love this product. After under a week of use my husband has already seen marked clearing of his chronic psoriasis. I did not, however, use the full 10% solution. Rather, I found a .5%,solution in a body wash does the trick and becomes nearly oderless on the skin after drying.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Mar 2016
This reminds me of the smell when you are smoking meat. It is very powerful and you only need a drop in your diffuser. It is great paired with Lemongrass.
Posted by Klondike Trainmaster on 3rd Mar 2016
This is the perfect aroma to use near a gas or electric fireplace. This is my favorite essential oil scent.
Posted by StellarSoaper on 3rd Oct 2015
This will be great for adding a smokey note to my masculine soaps. It's paired very well already wit h grapefruit and petitgrain. DON'T USE TOO MUCH!! I'd add this drop by drop to a blend you've already made. I tried including it in my percentage and less than half of what I'd calculated was almost too much to begin. Plays very well when introduced slowly, however.
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