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Labcolors with Book

Love the labcolors. Have used before and they work well with melt and pour.

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I bought this kit a month ago, but as yet have not been able to use it. Here's why! This kit does NOT come with the preservative you apparently need. It doesn't say anywhere on the site that you need it, and you only find out you need it, (to extend shelf life I think), when you get the kit, open it, and read in the little booklet that you need it! BUT WAIT! It doesn't come with any preservative! So now I have to find the right preservative, buy it Separately, and wait more time for it to get to me so I can make the colors! If you're going to sell a kit, make sure people know that a rather KEY ingredient is either NOT included, mention it but let poeple know whether it's actually needed or not, or include it in the kit!

Chloe from Bramble Berry replies...
Lab Colors can be refrigerated for 1 month and frozen for up to three with no additional preservative. We have updated the product page to reflect the information about the preservative.

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Colors are very weak!

We purchased the small set to try them out in bath bombs. I diluted them as the directions stated (1 bottle to 4 ozs water) and the colors are not very strong. On a small batch of bath bombs my daughter put over 60 drops of melon red color and it barely made the bombs a light pink. You have to add so much that it starts to activate the mix. I still have some that are not mixed and I will try to dilute it in 2 ozs water to see if that helps. Honestly we were getting better results with food color. Everything else we purchased was fabulous but these colors need improvement.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
We don't recommend using the LabColors in bath bombs since they are made with water and cause your bath bombs to activate early. For a liquid color in bath bombs we recommend using the La Bomb colorants, found in our In-Bath Colorants section. Though it can be tricky to get bright colors in a bath bomb since you are starting with a white mixture. Find out more information in our Bath Bomb Questions & Answers blog post.