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Natasha Bazzo
Melt and Pour

Can this product be used in melt and pour soaps? I am concerned with the after wash feel that bar soaps have (not feeling moisturized) and I am very new to soap making. I am going to purchase the organic melt and pour base. Is that base alone moisturizing enough or is an Aloe additive a good idea? Thank you!

I have had this sitting in my cart....

But, I have not purchased yet because I'm not sure if it would tend to make Cold Process Soap go rancid? I see quite a few folks saying they would need a preservative for their other liquid body products, is it stable without a preservative when used for the water portion for cold process soap making? Are there any other "known" issues with it? Does it accelerate trace or cause weird funky colors or smells?

Love it, but...

Works great. You used to have a pour spout on the 35 lb bucket. The last 2 times I got it, no more pour spout, just a regular bucket lid - very inconvenient for pouring. I'm sure a lid with a pour spout costs a little more, but it would be so much nicer from the customer's end to have it.

Really Like the bubbles the Aloe Vera added!

Really like the bubbles it added even to just my regular shower gel! QUESTION for someone: If I buy an entire gallon, how long will it store in a cool dry place but not refridgerated after opening? Don't know if I can use a gallon fast enough.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Tracy! I'm so glad you love our Aloe Vera Liquid!  The shelf life for Aloe Vera Liquid is up to 1 year from the date of manufacture. In general, our products are within the first month of their shelf life when shipped and, as such, should be good for nearly a year after delivery! I will email you personally to discuss this further. 

Excellent product!

I've only been using this for about a week but I love it so far! If I add this to a body butter would I need to add a preservative even though there is not actually water?

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Priscilla! I'm so glad you like the aloe vera liquid! Because aloe vera liquid is used as a water replacement, we would recommend adding a preservative to prevent mold and bacteria growth. Optiphen would work great in your lotion. It is used at .5-1.5% of your recipe. You can read more in the Talk It Out Tuesday: Preservatives post. I'll be emailing you personally to talk more!