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Can your flavors be used in lip balm crafting? Yes. Many of our super strength flavors work well for adding flavor to lip balm, although some work better than others. Below are the recommended flavor oils to use in lip balm making.
*PLEASE NOTE, NOT ALL FLAVORS BELOW MAY BE AVAILABLE* MAKE SURE YOU LOOK IN LISTING TO MAKE SURE THE FLAVOR IS AVAILABLE.
Banana Cream Flavor**, Black Cherry Flavor, Cheesecake Flavor, Cookies & Cream Flavor**, Grapefruit Oil, Key Lime Flavor, Lemon Oil*, Lime Oil*, Orange Oil, Peppermint Oil, Pina Colada Flavor, Spearmint Oil, Tangerine Oil, Tropical Punch Flavor, Watermelon Flavor
0250 BANANA CREAM
0830 BAVARIAN CREAM
0880 BLACK CHERRY
0200 BLACK WALNUT
0360 BUBBLE GUM
0190 BUTTER RUM
0272 COOKIES & CREAM
0850 MINT CHOCOLATE CHIP
0800 ORANGE CREAM
0580 PEANUT BUTTER
0070 PEPPERMINT, NATURAL
0400 PINA COLADA
0500 TROPICAL PUNCH
What is a candy oil or flavoring oil?
Candy oils, also called flavoring oils, are concentrated - super strength - flavors that have the intensity to withstand the higher temperature demands of candy making, but can also be used to flavor just about anything from baking to beverages! Contrary to popular belief, they are NOT in a base of vegetable oil. Some candy oils are oil-soluble, others are water-soluble. The word "oil" actually refers to the term "essential oil". Essential oils are the pure, concentrated aromatic essences extracted from the flower, fruit, or bark of plants.
What is a Food Grade Essential Oil?
The essential oils that LorAnn labels as food grade are those essential oils that are approved by a regulation of the FDA (a classification known as GRAS) or appear on the industry approved register of safe ingredients for the flavor industry. Many essential oils such as peppermint, lemon and orange are commonly used to flavor desserts, candies and chocolate. Other, more herbal oils, such as thyme and rosemary may be better suited to flavoring savory dishes like soups and stews. Essential oils, like candy oils, are very concentrated and should not be ingested undiluted.
Using Flavors in E-Cigarettes/Vaping
We cannot make any claims as to the safety of the use of flavoring substances in e-cigarettes based solely on the fact that these flavoring ingredients have been declared safe for use in food and beverage according to their intended use. In all scientific safety assessments of flavoring substances, it is stated that the flavoring substances are considered safe â€œunder the conditions of intended useâ€ as added to food and drink and up to the recommended concentration limits, based on relevant scientific evidence. Current safety testing paradigms rely on an established knowledge base regarding the impact of oral ingestion. While the use of flavors in e-cigarettes may ultimately not pose a safety concern, current safety assessment paradigms and much of the available metabolism and toxicity data for flavoring substances cannot be used to draw that conclusion.
LorAnn Oils does not advertise or promote its flavors for use in e-cigarettes. LorAnn has not tested its flavors for any purpose other than their use as an ingredient to be used in the preparation of foods to be consumed such as candy, cakes, cookies, and ice cream. Those using the flavors in e-cigarettes are doing so at their own risk and without warranty, either expressed or implied, from LorAnn Oils, Inc. or its suppliers.
All LorAnn flavors have been processed in accordance with Good Manufacturing Practices and prescribed standards of sanitation as practiced in the industry. All ingredients are generally regarded as safe (GRAS), approved by a regulation of the FDA, or appear on the industry-approved register of safe ingredients for the flavor industry. LorAnn Oils is certified as a Safe Quality Foods (SQF) Manufacturer, achieving Level 2 Certification. SQF certification provides assurance the product and process complies with regulatory, international, and scientifically proven standards for safety. www.sqfi.com.