Bramble Berry's huge selection of products can be overwhelming. So, we've created this page that features a small selection of our highly recommended favorites. If you'd like to see our entire selection of herbs and botanicals click here.
Infuse these seeds in your liquid oil (Olive is a good one) to get a nice orange tint to color your soap with. Usage ...click to read more
Lavender, grade 2 - These buds are machine harvested and therefore have a bit more debris (stems) and don't have quite the same vibrant color as Lavender ...click to read more
Marigold (Calendula) dried flower petals - Calendula is native to the Mediterranean region but can now be found all around the world. Our whole Calendula ...click to read more
Spirulina Powder - This powder is used to get a dark green in soaps (but does smell a bit ocean-y). Suggested usage in cold process soap is 1/2 tsp ...click to read more
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