Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Alicia! I'm so sorry this product was not your favorite. We love these Cranberry Seeds as exfoliants and can be used in melt & pour soap, cold process soap, scrubs, and washes. Though, it is totally normal to get a halo with these seeds, as with many other natural or herbal based additives. I will email you personally to figure out what might have happened!
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Stephanie! I'm so glad your family thought your soaps using our Cranberry Seeds were the perfect scrubbiness! For a more gentle exfoliant you may want to try our Crushed Grape Seeds.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Belle! Our Cranberry Seeds are skin safe so they can safely be used in lotion bars, solid sugar scrubs, scrubs and creams. Though, I'm not sure how well they would work in a lotion bar and cream as seen in our Cranberry Seed Foot Scrub tutorial. With both of these products there is a chance the seeds will settle to the bottom. Also, because these are leave on products the Cranberry Seeds would either be left on the skin or have to be picked off. I will email you personally to discuss this further.
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