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Is this safe?

I love this lotion but have recently read articles about the dangers of combining citric acid and sodium benzoate. Is this product safe and do you have a more natural lotion available?

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Love it

Used this base and made my own lotion with shea butter, hemp oil, extracts and essential oils. Love it! Not greasy and keeps my skin sofe and moisturized all day. Made a bunch for Christmas along with other natural products. Want to order a gallon but whatis the shelf life of this base?

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Just ordered this base & it's amazing!! Absorbs quickly leaving skin well hydrated, not greasy... Love it! I do have a question though. I also purchased your wonderful German chamomile flowers (they smell incredible!) - how do I infuse this lotion with them? Do I have to melt it? Thank you in advance!

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Aloe lotion parfait

I love this lotion as gifts. I use Baggie to color and scent, then insert a cookie decorating end piece in Baggie and cut off a small corner of the Baggie. I put the brambleberry bottle onto a tile that has a piece of earthquake "clay" on it so that bottle doesn't move and insert the cookie decorating end in bottle and squeeze the bag. I made several of these as Xmas gifts and had some left over. The bottle in my shower used the same scent, but was pink. I squeezed in the leftover "yellow colored" lotion. It looks like a parfait to eat and is still striped. Lovely. Will make some future got in stripes to match some soaps. Fun.

adding oils to aloe lotion base

I love this product! Recently I was asked to make lotion with hemp seed oil. I saw the same questions in the reviews but not the answer. What percentage of oil? And do you heat it to a certain temp? I'd really appreciate a response.

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Shari! I'm so glad you love our Aloe Lotion Base! All of our Bramble Berry lotion bases, including this one, have been formulated to accept up to about 5% of additional oils, extracts, or fragrances by weight, including small amounts of silicones like Cyclomethicone. The easiest way to add in oils is to bring a measured amount of your lotion base up to about 110-130°F until it begins to liquefy (almost like a melted mixture). Add the calculated amount of "extras" then stick blend until smooth. Finally, pour into bottles and let sit, uncapped, for 24 hours.