Earl Grey Flavour
Indulge in the refreshing blend of citrusy lemon and orange notes with our Earl Grey Flavour. Crafted for the creative souls and businesses in the cosmetics and toiletry industry, this flavour is your key to crafting lip care products that stand out. Perfect for scrubs, balms, and glosses, it adds a touch of British sophistication to your creations. Elevate your products with the essence of Earl Grey today!
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Introducing Earl Grey Flavour – Flavour For Cosmetics & Toiletries
Introducing our Earl Grey Flavour, a delightful infusion of citrusy notes like lemon and orange, inspired by the iconic British tea. Crafters and businesses alike will be thrilled by the endless possibilities this flavour offers for your cosmetic and toiletry recipes. Elevate your products with a touch of sophistication and a burst of zesty freshness.
Unleash your crafting potential with our Earl Grey Flavour. Whether you're a passionate crafter or a savvy business owner, this versatile ingredient is your secret weapon. Create lip-smacking lip care products that stand out – from invigorating scrubs to soothing balms and dazzling glosses. Your customers will adore the unique blend of flavours that transport them to the heart of Britain with every application.
With Earl Grey Flavour, you're not just crafting products; you're crafting experiences. Elevate your creations and leave a lasting impression on your customers. Order now and let the British charm of Earl Grey infuse your personal care creations with a touch of elegance and a burst of citrusy delight. Making your own lip care has never been so tasty!
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Using Our Flavours
As our flavours are food-grade products, they are used as a tasting agent to add character to your lip care creations. Specially formulated to offer a remarkable flavour experience, we recommend an inclusion level of up to 5%, providing it complies with IFRA guidelines.