IMPORTANT NOTICE ON BOTANICAL SHIPMENTS:Due to import regulations, New Zealand and Korea will NOT allow botanical items (seeds, flower parts, or any organic, plant substances) to be imported without special documentation outside the scope of what Bramble Berry can do. We apologize for the inconvenience to our friends in Korea and New Zealand and hope that other East Asian countries do not begin banning botanical imports. We will maintain a list here of countries that cannot import botanicals.
Questions on shipping botanicals overseas?
Our activated charcoal powder comes from various hard woods...click to read more
Alkanet Root Powder - Use this in your soap to create a purple color. It does turn a bit gray at first but will turn into a murky purple color in CP...click to read more
Anise, Whole...click to read more
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
Chamomile, Egyptian - Used for centuries to help relax, this herb is also...click to read more
Cinnamon Sticks...click to read more
Cloves, Whole...click to read more
Juniper Berries, Whole...click to read more
Kelp Powder: Use this to create a dark green in soap and toiletries, or just to keep an ocean theme going in your products! The Kelp Powder does have a distinct smell to it, so be aware of that before using it in any of your products. We have found that letting it cure for the full 4-6 weeks in cold process soaps does help reduce the seaweed smell and leaves it with a nice ocean air smell....click to read more
Lavender, grade 1- These buds have been hand harvested, before noon on the day of harvest, to help prevent drying. They have a more rich and deep color...click to read more
A delightful colorant for cp soaps, salt scrubs, face scrubs and masks. May be used as a refreshing astringent for skin and hair...click to read more
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