Flavor Oils

    Here it is! The MMS Private Flavor Collection!

    Our own unique collection of flavor oils that have been designed especially for use in lip applications. And, yes, they can be used in massage oils too!

    The following flavor oils are generally used at 3%. Multiply your lip balm weight (or massage oil weight) by .03 and the resulting number is the weight of flavor oil you should add. Please note that the food grade essential oils listed below are used at a much lower percentage. Strong flavored essential oils (like peppermint) are generally in the .5 to 1% range, while the top note, citrusy flavored essential oils are used at 1 to 1.5%. If you would like to know our experiences please drop us an email. We will be glad to share our results.

    When testing the flavor of a lip balm start with the smallest recommended amount first. It is always easy to add a bit more but very difficult (read impossible) to take it away.

    Discount Information: All essential oils in 16 fl oz sizes will receive a discount when ordered in 10 or more quantity. You can mix or match within the essential oil, fragrance oil and flavor oil sections to make up the 10 bottles. The 80 fl oz size will not count in this discount, so please order in all items in the 16 fl oz size to get this discount. All will automatically discount in the online ordering system.

    NOTICE! None of our flavor oils are intended for use in foods (popcorn, candy, beverages) and none of our flavors are suitable for use in e-cigarettes. Thank you for making lip balm and using our products as intended.


    Amazing Dozen Free Shipping


    New changes to our system show the Free Shipping if this product is ordered as follows. This offer is changing from a Sampler 7 to the Amazing Dozen. So many of you are asking for more than 7 because you can't limit yourself to just 7. Well, now you can get 12 instead, and you are still welcome to order 3 or 4 of these each day.

    We are often asked to make a fragrance sampler kit for our customers. We then ask ourselves, what fragrance samples would we include? How could we make all the items we want as samples available? Would our customers need to wait while we cycle through the whole catalog of 1 oz bottles?

    Well, we came up with a solution. The Amazing Dozen! Here is how this product will work. Place this Amazing Dozen kit in your shopping cart then add 12 one fluid ounce bottles of Fragrance Oils, Essential Oils, Extracts or Flavor Oils of your choice to the cart. There can only be 13 items in your cart (1 shipping offer and 12 one-ounce bottles = 13 items), no less and no more. Each of the 12 one-ounce bottles will have the number 2 as the last number in their product codes.

    Submit the order through the online ordering choosing Priority Mail. You should see FREE shipping if you are in the USA . We are sorry, but costs to ship to Canada have increased to the point that we can no longer make this offer to destinations in Canada. Crossing the border is a good option for Canadian customers. The online ordering will now offer $ 0.00 for standard shipping. Please add this offer to your cart, then proof that each item ends in a 2 and there are 12 bottles in your cart.

    Do not order this item with any other item in the catalog. If you do, the online ordering does not recognize this as an Amazing Dozen offer and adds shipping. You can order as many of these Amazing Dozen kits as you desire as long as each item you place in the cart is 1 fl oz in size, there are 12 bottles of Fragrance, Essential, Flavor or Extract oils AND ONLY ONE FREE SHIPPING OFFER is ordered per online submission. This means if you want two Amazing Dozen kits, you will place two orders. The price of each kit is determined by what YOU put on the order. We are sorry but the Free Gifts and Teas are not available with this Amazing Dozen offer.

    If you have always wanted a sampler kit from MMS now is your time to choose your own samples!

    Photo Note: The box in this photo has been retired. We will pack your order in a cube box with each item securely packaged to arrive to you safely.


    Amyris Essential Oil

    INCI: Amyris Balsamifera Bark Oil

    Once known as West Indian Sandalwood, it is steam distilled from the wood of Amyris Balsamifera. Amyris essential oil is somewhat viscous, offering a warm-woody bottom note. Blends well with lavandin, citronella and cedarwood.

    If you find the warm, base note appealing in a lip balm or lip stick, this essential oil is FCC classified. FCC is Food Chemical Codex. We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.






    Balsam Peru Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Myroxylon Pereirae (Balsam Peru) Oil

    Balsam Peru ranks on our Top 10 list hands down. Earthy, exotic and lingering all describe this woodsy-vanilla like scent. With just a little added to your lotions, creams and body sprays you will be in touch with your sensual side in no time! This is Professor Trelawney's favorite.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.







    Basil Essential Oil

    INCI: Ocimum Basilicum (Basil) Oil

    Basil oil, an unusual essential oil with an herbaceous, minty and spicy scent. This oil is organic and ready for scenting your favorite soaps. This oil blends well with other oils like lavender and mint. Don't let our ideas stop you, try it with orange and your other favorites.

    Color is pale yellow.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.





    Bergamot Essential Oil

    Recipes
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil

    Bergamot is an aristocrat in the citrus family. Fresh citrus combined with some fresh, fruity appeal. Definitely more exotic than your average citrus oils!

    Blends well with sandalwood, ylang ylang, jasmine and cedarwood.

    Cold pressed.

    Bergamot prices are very high right now. We have secured a small shipment to help tide over our customers. We are hoping for better pricing late in the summer. As soon as we can reduce the price of this essential oil we will.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.






    Blackberry Pomegranate Flavor Oil

    IFRA
    INCI: FLAVOR

    OK, so what do you get when a flavor goes to the blog before it gets to the catalog?! You have one of our highest commented posts ever!

    This flavor a fruity blend of blackberries with pomegranates. The flavor is wonderful! This is not just an aroma product like a lip safe fragrance oils, this is an out-and-out flavor oil that has aroma AND flavor.

    The customer base that tested this product loves the flavor. Taylor, our blog lead on this release, was swamped with emails regarding when the flavor would be released. Well... wait no longer!

    Taylor says this flavor goes well in lip scrubs, lip balm, lip gloss, massage oils and more. She says the flavor is for all ages and isn't candy sweet but a very fresh flavor. Think fresh pie, freezer jam, smoothies and similar products. We are sure you will like this flavor oil. And because our blog released this product first, you just might want to get Taylor to add you to her Research & Development team on the blog!

    Use 3 to 6% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 8.5 to 17 grams. This converts to approximately 9 to 18 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Black Cherry Flavor Oil

    MSDS
    INCI: Flavor

    The Black Cherry fans can rejoice! This All-American flavor is ready for your lip balms!

    If you like cherry, you will love our Black Cherry. If you avoid typical cherry flavors because they remind you more of almond than cherry (what's up with that anyway?!) then you will LOVE our Black Cherry!

    Don't forget to order a Lip Solutions jar and Ruby Lip Balm Color to make the best ever Black Cherry lip balms. Your friends just might offer to do your laundry in exchange for your lip concoctions.

    Yea, it really is that good.

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6.5 to 12 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Black Pepper Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI: Piper Nigrum (Black Pepper) Fruit Oil

    Black pepper has a dry woody odor with a warm and spicy scent. Blends well with Frankincense, Myrrh, Sandalwood, Lavender, Rosemary, Bergamot, Lemon, Lemongrass, and more. Think of grinding fresh pepper, not to the point you sneeze, the fresh, warm aroma is similar to this oil.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.






    Buttercream Flavor Oil

    INCI = Flavor

    What do you call a dessert that is as creamy as ice cream and as sinful as cheesecake? Buttercream! It is like a dessert, sweetened for enjoyment and an incredible twist of expectations. A staff favorite!

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Cantaloupe Flavor Oil

    Cantaloupes are my favorite melon. There is a reason these are called muskmelons! They are sensual, sweet, earthy and taste like sunshine! You can't go wrong with a cantaloupe in lip balm or on the table.

    Use the Orange caps or Dirk's Bees colored caps for the lip balm tubes!

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 7 to 12 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    Happy lip balm making!






    Caramel Toffee Flavor Oil

    IFRA
    WOW! It is time for rich cream, sugar and butter to be turned to Caramel! Cook a little longer and you get Toffee! Our luscious flavor blends these two favorite candies into one perfect blend for lip balm.

    Add to a Coffee Lip Balm (see the blog for recipes) and you have a Caramel Latte! Pure bliss!

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 7 to 12 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    Happy lip balm making!






    Carrot Seed Essential Oil

    INCI: Daucus Carota Sativa (carrot) Seed Oil

    Carrot seed oil is a yellowish essential oil. The odor is really pleasant. I think this oil is best used in moderation where skin is needing some tender, loving care. When you need a little care for aging, irritated or angry skin this will be a good oil to use.

    Want to use this oil in lip balms? You can! The oil is FCC and OK for use in your lip balms. Just like other essential oils, please keep the usage rate low.

    Enjoy!






    Champagne Flavor Oil

    Recipes
    Champagne! This secondary fermented wine has been sparkling the tables of nobles for a very long time. There are 3 primary grapes that used in making Champagne, they are Pinot noir (black), Chardonnay (green) and Pinot Meunier (black).

    The flavor oil will have your taste buds sparkling too! The flavor is a nice grape hint with buttery notes of smoothness. The taste is sweet and memorable. It is quite delicious! Umm, I forgot, we are supposed to apply the lip balm to our lips and NOT eat it! OK, so the flavor is yummy!

    We think you will be a fan after just one taste!

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6.5 to 11.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Chinese Star Anise Essential Oil

    INCI: Illicium Verum (Anise) Oil

    Chinese star anise is back in our catalog after a long hiatus. Hunters, licorice lovers, herbalists and tea enthusiasts all seek out the smell of anise. Even people who love to fish use anise.

    Fishing and hunting soaps are made with approximately 2% anise oil as the scent. We know you will enjoy the return of this product to our catalog.

    Lip Balm Use
    Use 0.3 to 1.5% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    Please note that at cooler room temperatures this oil can solidify. If the bottle appears to contain white crystals then place the bottle in your pocket, or another warm place, for a few hours. The crystals will then melt and you can work with a fluid oil.






    Chocolate Bacon Flavor Wax

    Recipes
    Limited to stock on hand.

    INCI: Flavor and Beeswax

    Are you wanting to try a Chocolate Bacon lip balm? A smokey, salty, bacon AND chocolate flavor that is out of this world! We know this is calling to you. It is such a fun flavor, and not just for the men on your list. Bacon is the wonderful breakfast food that just isn't exclusive to breakfast anymore. Now you get to make lip balm with the bacon flavor!

    This flavor is unusual because it is not an oil, but a wax. When mixing the ingredients for your lip balm, just add this wax prior to the melting phase and away you go!

    Simple, isn't it? This flavor wax is used at a rate of 2 to 5%. To calculate this correctly first you need the weight of the mixture you desire to make. Now multiply that amount by 2% and you will get the flavor amount. Multiply the total you want by 98% and you will get the total weight of the lip balm base you need. Want to use more? Then multiply the total amount of material you desire to make by 5% to get the flavor amount, and 95% to get the base amount.

    When we made the lip balm we liked the finished product at 3 to 3.5% flavor. If you need ANY help with the math, just let us know and we will help.

    For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes you will need 7 to 14 grams of flavor wax.

    Enjoy!


    Chocolate Cream Flavor

    Recipes
    MSDS
    INCI = Flavor

    We have been asked for a good chocolate flavor for a long time. When we tested we found burnt tasting flavors or things we just knew weren't chocolate. It was frustrating for us to tell you, our customers, "I don't have any solutions for you."

    As we continued to work through variations of chocolate flavors we got this. Our staff was so thrilled they begged us to add it to the catalog. If you want proof, just call and ask Shelly. She works processing your orders and she knows just how fabulous this flavor is AND how often we are asked for a chocolate flavor.

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Cinnamomum Cassia Leaf Oil

    Cinnamon is a better potpourri scent than a soap scent. The strong nature of cinnamon can be an irritant to the skin, so place your potpourri everywhere and scent your soap with something else. Cinnamon can also accelerate the trace of soap, in case you wondered. When blending with cinnamon we recommend clove, litsea cubeba and orange.

    When used in lip balms this flavor is fun but it should also be used lightly! When getting this much bang for your buck you have to appreciate the flavors and essential oils that are a bit stronger than the average. I don't know about you, but I think getting more scent out of less oil use means a real cost savings! We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.







    Clove Leaf Essential Oil

    Recipes
    INCI = Eugenia Caryophyllus (Clove) Leaf Oil

    Clove leaf is notorious for its holiday appeal. Spice cookies, wassail and a roaring fire are what this scent is all about. Clove can be an irritant to the skin so we recommend you use it in your holiday potpourri, or as an air freshener. Orange and clove are a great blend for room sprays.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.







    Coconut Flavor Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    INCI = Flavor

    The song goes something about some days you feel like a nut. Well, just as much as our testers, teens and customers (yes, all you people who sent email or phoned our office) requested coconut as a flavor we were wondering who was nuts! Warm, vanilla, coconuty and wonderful!

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Coffee Flavor Oil

    MSDS
    IFRA
    Limited to stock on hand.

    Coffee, java, joe, morning juice, cuppa, or whatever you call it, we now have a flavor to represent the world's most favored beverage.

    Our coffee flavor is clean and pairs so well with the coffee butter, you just might use them together! We did, and everyone thought the flavor was indulgent.

    No matter where your favorite roaster is located, a lip balm made with this flavor is sure to be closer and not cause any sleepy nights. This flavor, straight out of the bottle, is a French roast with vanilla overtones scent. It does not make a sweet or flowery coffee scent in lip balm though. If you want sugar and cream added to your coffee, please add Vanilla-Banilla or Natural Vanilla and Sugar Kisses flavor oils to the mix. You will just need to decide if you want one lump or two!

    Use 2 to 5% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 14 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 14 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    Enjoy!


    Coriander Seed Essential Oil

    IFRA
    INCI: Coriandrum Sativum (Coriander) Fruit Oil

    A herb with a long history of use, the seeds were found in the ancient Egyptian tomb of Rameses II. This pale yellow liquid has a sweet, woody, spicy slightly musky aroma. Blends well with clary sage, bergamot, jasmine, citronella, cinnamon and other spice oils. This item is FCC and can be used in lip balms. We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% added. Increase, or decrease, use with future batches as desired.







    Cucumber Melon Flavor Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    INCI = Flavor

    This is a fabulous new flavor oil! I have loved the cucumber melon fragrance and thought it to be so clean and refreshing but I really worried about a flavor. Cucumber? Well, I loved this flavor so much that when the samples were handed out to the staff I had to take more than 1! I took some home to my children and put one in my desk, car, purse and on the night table!

    This is a fruity, refreshing flavor that is uplifting and tastes incredible! I love melons and this is just the freshest thing to ever cross my desk!

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Eucalyptus Essential Oil

    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil

    Koalas love eucalyptus and so can you! It does have a medicinal smell, but imparts a warming sensation when applied to the skin. We recommend a tiny bit blended with spearmint for an awesome foot cream. Remember that a little goes a long way! Also blends well with lavender and lemongrass.

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.







    Grape Flavor Oil

    Recipes
    INCI = Flavor

    Our newest grape flavor oil is the best! The sweet tart flavor of deep purple grapes is amazing! A true favorite among our staff members. We even sent this flavor to a few of our customers that make A LOT of lip balm, their votes were unanimous. Can you imagine a group of adults pounding their hands on the table, shouting "We want Grape! We want Grape!", with all their might? Well, we ordered it in a hurry! This grape is fabulous and best of all we can ship it air!

    Use 3 to 5% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 7 to 16 grams. This converts to approximately 7 to 16 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Grapefruit Essential Oil, White

    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil

    Refreshment at its finest! If you are White Grapefruits. The white fruit version is zippier and crisper vs the pink fruit version. Enjoy!

    Body Use
    Use this tangy and clean scent in blends that include lavender, geranium, and ylang ylang. Due to the potential for photosensitivity never use a citrus oil on the body in an undiluted form.

    Lip Balm Use
    We find grapefruit is a superior lip balm flavor. The flavor of grapefruit blends well with vanilla for a smooth twist. Try this fruity lip smackin' delight today!

    Use 0.3 to 1.5% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette. We generally like about 2 to 2.5 mL.







    Green Apple Flavor Oil

    IFRA
    I love Green Apples. They are my favorite. I wish Granny Smith apples could grow here, but it gets too cold! Anyway, what do we like about green apples? They are tart! They are sweet! They are crisp! They are toothsome! What is there to no like about green apples?

    Use the green caps on your lip balm tubes!

    Combine with Caramel Toffee to get a Caramel Apple! You can do it! Add a bit of Chocolate Cream and you get chocolate dipped caramel apples. WOW! The sky is the limit here!

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 7 to 13 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Honey Flavor Oil

    MSDS
    INCI = Flavor

    Fresh honey smells warm with an earthy note to the sweetness. This flavor has captured that realism with flare! When this flavor was tested I almost had to shake down the staff because they wanted more than 1! I'm sure you can imagine the look on their faces when I requested "Turn out your pockets please. Only one honey lip balm per tester." That only meant one thing would result, the testing reports were unanimous, we had to get the honey!

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Huckleberry Flavor Oil

    MSDS
    INCI = Flavor

    There are a ton of Huckleberry fans out there! Whew! This flavor has been so much fun we almost wanted to take a hike to find our our huckleberries, but when you can head off and pick up a lip balm there is no need to wear the gear and head to bear country! Our testers emailed us and said "When will this be in the catalog?!"

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 5 to 9 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Island Delight Flavor Oil

    IFRA
    INCI = Flavor

    Tropical indulgence! A blend of fruit and the tropics all rolled into one. With a hint of kiwi this flavor reminded us of paradise. What more can we say?

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Lavender, Bulgarian, Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil

    We now have a Bulgarian Lavender just for our customers. If you are looking for a lavender that is not blended, such as the 40/42, then the angustifolia lavender is what you want. Enjoy!

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.






    Lemon Essential Oil, Argentina

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil

    Think of lemon drops, intense lemony aroma and flavor. Lemon with a tangy freshness not matched by other lemons. When we tested all the lemon flavors this was voted a top favorite by all the staff, not just our Albus Dumbledore fans.

    Lip Balm Use
    MMMMMMM!
    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%.
    For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    Cold pressed.

    Whoops! This item is currently out of stock. There is a global shortage due to lemon crop failures. As soon as we can bring more in, we will!

    Whoops!

    Lemon Essential Oil, USA

    Recipes
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil

    A balance of light, clean, and fresh all rolled into one perfect package. This lemon is very top note, more rounded, and somewhat sweeter than the Argentina. Blends well with lime, eucalyptus, grapefruit and almost everything!

    Lip Balm Use
    All natural lemon appeal! Blend with a little lime or other citrus flavors for the perfect citrus duo.

    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    Cold pressed.







    Lime Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil

    This is the "hidden treasure" of the citrus family. Stimulate your mind and excite your senses. A lemon lime combo is a favorite in our neck of the woods. AAHHH!

    Lip Balm Use
    The ideal flavor for summer with its juicy, robust appeal. You'll soon agree lime is a top 10 flavor!

    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    Steam distilled.







    Lime Essential Oil, Expressed

    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil

    Our newest lime oil is expressed and not distilled. The expressed variety is sweeter and more fun than the distilled variety. A fresh zip, just like a lime squeeze in a summer drink.

    If you are thinking about which lime to try you should seriously consider the expressed. While it is a bit more expensive, the fresh notes are really worth it. Better yet, do a smell test by trying them both side to side.

    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    For room sprays, try up to 5%. For aromatherapy diffusers, use according to the manufacturer's directions for the diffuser you have.

    This scent is bright and cheerful. I am sure any citrus lover will really enjoy this oil.






    Mango Mango Flavor Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    INCI = Flavor

    When our Mango Smoothie Flavor oil was discontinued we got a lot of phone calls and email. Well, we worked on a new flavor and came up with an even better mango! I know you think that was an impossible task, but this really is an improvement on the best! We know you will love it even more than the original.

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Margarita Flavor Oil

    Margaritas mean party! This lime juice mixed drink with salt on the rim is a long standing requirement for any bartender to know. So what does this all mean for a lip balm? The flavors of the liquors are there (orange and agave) without the alcohol kick. There is a saltiness to the whole aroma. It is quite wonderful!

    The Margarita got its name from Margarita Sames when she had the idea to mix fresh lime juice with her two favorite drinks: Cointreau and Tequila back in 1948.

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6.5 to 12 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.

    This is a natural flavor oil.






    Natural Vanilla Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI: Flavor or Fragrance depending on how you use this product.

    This vanilla is wonderful! To keep the cost down a 35-Fold Vanilla is infused into fractionated coconut oil and contains other natural flavors as well. This product is oil soluble so you can make your lip balms with a fabulous real vanilla flavor. The color is clear to yellow liquid and is perfect for the natural market. Vanilla is intoxicating and delicious on its own but I can't wait to put it in lip gloss. Yummy!

    Due to the delicate nature of the vanilla orchid smell we do not recommend this item for soap making. We suggest it for massage oils, lip balms, body butters and other all oil mixtures.

    Lip Balm Use
    Use at a rate of 2 to 4%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Orange Essential Oil, 5 Fold

    MSDS
    INCI = Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Oil

    Orange essential just got 5 times better! This concentrated essential oil is fabulous for flavoring, soaping and even making your own perfume blends. We tested a lot of orange oil products and this one was top rated. Yummy!

    Lip Balm Use
    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%.
    For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Orange Essential Oil, Brazil

    Recipes
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Oil

    Orange essential oil is probably my most favorite because it has so many uses. Orange is used in many products for its light, refreshing scent. Orange, like other citrus oils, is a very volatile top note. Top notes evaporate faster than other fragrances and are often used at a higher rates. Use gloves when working with orange oil because it is a very effective solvent. Orange is also a universal blending scent which mixes with just about everything!

    Oil is cold pressed.

    Lip Balm Use
    Lightly sweet and luscious too! Very true and intense. Orange combines beautifully with just about all other flavor oils in our catalog!

    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%.
    For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Orange Essential Oil Sampler

    This sampler is to help you determine which orange is best suited to your application. While we love all the oranges, we do realize it is best to test. With this offer you will get 4 bottles of Orange Essential oil to test. Is it Blood, Brazil, 5 Fold or Valencia that you will prefer? Only testing will tell!

    Please note this sampler is not eligible for the Amazing Dozen box.



    Orange Essential Oil, Valencia

    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Oil

    Valencia oranges are the most often used varitey for juicing. They are thin skinned (peel) and offer the taste most people associate with oranges. Fabulous scent!

    Oil is cold pressed.

    Lip Balm Use
    Fabulous flavor for lip balms!
    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%.
    For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Peach Flavor Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI: Flavor

    Our research and development department has been overwhelmed by requests to bring back a peach flavor. They have worked hard to bring a fresh peach flavor to reality. Now you can have a peaches and cream by adding Vanilla Banilla Flavor. You can also mix Peach and Raspberry for a Peach Melba type, or any orange for a Fuzzy Navel. Very versatile, very yummy!

    Lip Balm Use
    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Peppermint Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    INCI = Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil

    Have you ever tried peppermint soap? You will be surprised at how invigorating and enjoyable the scent can be. Most people like to combine it with cocoa butter and chocolate (yes, real chocolate in soap) to give a chocolate mint soap. Peppermint will give a tingle to the skin if used in large amounts, so use sparingly.

    Lip Balm Use
    All natural Lip Power! Peppermint is a great lip balm flavor, but a little goes a long way.

    Use at a rate of 0.3 to 1.0%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 3 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 3 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette. We generally do not recommend more than 2 mL in this amount of lip balm.







    Peppermint Essential Oil, Williamette Valley

    INCI = Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil

    You might be asking what the difference is between our regular peppermint and the Williamette Valley peppermint. Well, here is the answer: the Williamette Valley peppermint oil smells a bit greener than our regular version. Both are grown in the USA and work well in soap and lip balms.

    Body Use Peppermint will give a tingle to the skin if used in large amounts, so use sparingly.

    Lip Balm Use
    Use at a rate of 0.3 to 1.0%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 3 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 3 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette. We generally do not recommend more than 2 mL in this amount of lip balm. Use sparingly at first since it is always easier to tell yourself to add more next time than wish you could wash it off!






    Pina Colada Flavor Oil

    Pina Coladas are an awesome drink, fresh pineapple and wonderfully sweet coconut milk. Yum!

    We wanted something fun and exciting to add as our next flavor oil. Use in lip balms or massage oils.

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6.5 to 12 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Raspberries & Cream Flavor Oil

    INCI = Flavor

    We have had so many requests for Raspberries and Cream we just had to offer a fabulous flavor like this. No one can turn down a raspberry flavor that is tart and sweet like it is ripe from the canes! We know you will enjoy this new flavor!

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Root Beer Flavor Oil

    Recipes
    INCI = Flavor

    How can a flavor oil section be complete without a root beer? It can't! So here is our favorite. We have worked on several types of root beer and most were too much in the wintergreen department. We wanted a smooth vanilla and caramel type root beer, well this is it! The best there is! Enjoy!

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Siberian Fir Needle Essential Oil

    IFRA
    Our Siberian Fir Needle essential oil is as pure and fresh as a new Christmas tree. Siberian Fir Needle essential oil is powerful on its own or blends well with Eucalyptus, Rosemary, Clary Sage, Tea Tree, or Peppermint.

    This oil is FCC and can be used in lip balms (Food Chemical Codex).

    Lip balm makers: We suggest making a test batch with 0.5% flavor added. Determine if this amount is suitable to you and increase, or decrease, for future batches.

    Steam distilled product of Russia.






    Spearmint Essential Oil

    Recipes
    INCI = Mentha Viridis (Spearmint) Leaf Oil

    Spearmint is Tina's favorite mint. It is cool like peppermint but not as sharp. A nice refreshing scent for a room spray or a soap. Spearmint is commonly used in consumer products. Most will recognize this scent. If you want a fresh mint this is it! Usage for cold process soap is 1 fl oz to 6 lbs of fat.

    Lip Balm Use
    Spearmint is uplifting, even on your lips! This all-natural flavor is a smoother mint than peppermint, but when combined is a fun mint blend.

    Use at a rate of 0.3 to 1.0%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 3 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 3 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette. We generally do not recommend using more than 2 mL in this amount of lip balm.






    Spearmint Essential Oil, First Cutting

    INCI = Mentha Viridis (Spearmint) Leaf Oil

    This is a first cutting spearmint, a very fresh type. The cool spring weather can produce a nice product. The spearmint oil is steam distilled, then redistilled to make a clean smelling product. This spearmint is sweeter and greener in flavor and odor than our regular catalog spearmint. We think it is so nice, it was worth having two in the catalog.

    Use at a rate of 0.3 to 1.0%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 3 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 3 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette. We generally do not recommend using more than 2 mL in this amount of lip balm.

    Enjoy!






    Strawberry Swirl Flavor Oil

    MSDS
    Strawberry Swirl flavor is the best of strawberry. Similar to a strawberry glaze on fresh fruit pie, or the strawberries and cream hard candies people love. Easy to use, no additional sweetener is needed unless you want to have a Sugared Strawberries lip balm! Enjoy!

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.






    Sugar Baby Flavor Oil

    Recipes
    What tastes so wonderful the name is common throughout? Sugar! Watermelons have a Sugar Baby variety. Corn has Sugarpearl, peas have Sugar Snap, pumpkins have Small Sugar, tomatoes have Sugar Snack, and of course we have the herb Stevia.

    But what about flavors that have wonderful aroma and good but single dimensional flavor? You need something sweet to round out all the fabulous flavor an oil can offer! Our newest sweetening Flavor Oil is just a nice sweetener and can be used with any Flavor Oil or Essential Oil listed in this section. If you desire a "little bit sweet" then only add a small amount of Sugar Baby Flavor. If you want a dessert in a tube, then add more Sugar Baby Flavor!

    So, what is the difference between Sugar Kisses and Sugar Baby? Our testers noted a cleaner, more sugar-like flavor from Sugar Baby. Of course both are sweet and both will sweeten your lip balms easily. We just think Sugar Baby is a bit smoother with fewer additional flavor nuances. Both are on my shelf!

    Lip Balm Use
    Use at a rate of 2 to 4%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Sugar Kisses Flavor Oil

    Recipes
    INCI = Flavor

    Our new sweetness enhancer! Presweetened and so much fun you can use it on its own! Usage rates are 1 to 4%, when using this flavor as a sweetening supplement to another flavor use1 to 3%, when using this flavor as a stand alone flavor use 2-4%.

    For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 5 to 9 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.








    Tangerine Essential Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    IFRA
    INCI = Citrus Nobilis (Mandarin Orange) Peel Oil

    Tangerine is an energizing citrus, it adds a lightly sweet yet tangy appeal to any application. Try tangerine with a little Stress-Free and lavender for a most harmonious blend.

    Oil is cold pressed.

    Lip Balm Use
    This all natural treat for your lips is smooth and refreshing. Blend with Vanilla-Banilla and you can't go wrong!

    Use at a rate of 0.5 to 1.5%. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 1 to 4 grams. This converts to approximately 1 to 4.5 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







    Transfer Pipettes (droppers)
    Large and Small


    Recipes
    Pipettes are often called droppers. Use these transfer pipettes to fill lip balm tubes, measure small amounts of fragrance, liquid colorants and more. Once you have these on hand, you will find even more uses.

    The small dropper has a capacity of 3.5 mL, there are 5 mL in a teaspoon. Markings on the side will show each 1/2 mL increment.

    The Large Pipette has a capacity of 7 to 8 mL and there are no markings on the sides of the pipette. Pipettes are plastic and disposable.

    Photo Note: The Large pipettes are shown with a small pipette for contrast.







    Transfer Pipettes, Micro

    These mini pipettes are perfect for making small jars of cream when you need just a few drops of a fragrance, extract, color or some special addition! These micro pipettes hold about 1 mL when filled into the bulb. Very handy to have for mixing small amounts of anything!

    Enjoy!




    Vanilla-Banilla Flavor Oil

    Recipes
    MSDS
    INCI = Flavor

    A great vanilla for all your lip balms. The flavor is great and one that has been in demand since we introduced our flavor oils. We are sure that you will love it too! When only the best will do - get Vanilla-Banilla!

    This flavor is purely vanilla with no other flavors added. We think it is so fun and catchy we had to give it a silly name!

    Use 2 to 4% in lip balm. For a batch of lip balm that makes 50 tubes (.15 ounces each) or 25 jars (.25 ounces each) use from 6 to 11 grams. This converts to approximately 6 to 11 milliliters if you would rather use a pipette.







Window Boxes


Soap Boxes with Tucked Ends
These tuck end boxes allow your soap to peek through! They make a beautiful display with your soap in boxes!

Tangle no more!


Cable Buddies
Cable Buddies help keep your cables tangle free. These nifty accessories can even be yours for free! See product description for details.