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?
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
Madder Root is an age old natural colorant that has been used to redden lips and cheeks and maintain hair color. In soap, it yields shades of soft pink and mauve...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
Muslin Tea Bags - These muslin tea bags are a standard tea bag made
out of reusable fabric for bath teas, sachets and milk/herbal baths.
FUN IDEA! Muslin ...click to read more
Natural Indigo Powder...click to read more
Nature Fix, potpourri fixative...click to read more
Not only a natural colorant, Olive Leaf Powder may be added to your soaps for it's astringent and antiseptic properties, bringing peace to your skin...click to read more
Orange Peel Powder - Commonly used in bath teas, face scrubs and masks or body powder, this powder smells wonderful!
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Orange Peel, Ribbon Cut...click to read more
Another rich natural colorant, Paprika powder may be added to your soaps to achieve colors spanning the orange spectrum...click to read more
Commonly used in exfloliants and scrubs, Poppy Seeds are also a delightful visual addition to your soaps...click to read more
Rose Hips, Whole...click to read more
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