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Seeds turned black

I was so excited to use these as a pop of pretty red color up against my coral colored cp goats milk soap. Not only did the seeds turn black, the coral mica did not stick in my cp soap. As soon as I cut the bars the inside was white again with a coral outside and really black seeds. So disappointed in this batch of soap. I'm not sure what I did wrong here.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
While it can be normal to get a halo with the Cranberry Seeds as with many other natural or herbal based additives, it sounds like there may be some other discoloration issues going on. Milk soaps can discolor due to the milk or it could also be a vanilla discoloration, find out more in our "Why Did my Soap Turn Brown?" blog post.

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Shaunte Moore
cranberry seeds

I will say I would enjoy this Granberry seat us up after I've waited two weeks for my shipmates imagine how disappointed was I to open up my box in on my feet pretty much my dream I see him fail all into the box so kind of disappointed by the lack of shipping and then to have a damage product

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I ordered these to try out Humblebee & Me's recipe for Cranberry Sauce CP soap. I was blown away by the rich color!

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Love the seeds but they float to the top (bottom

I love the texture, the feel and the scent, but when I add them to my melt and pour goat milk base, they float to the top of the mold I am using. What am I doing wrong? i really tried to blend, but feel there is a secret that I am not grasping.

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Jeri! I'm so glad you love the texture, feel and scent of our Cranberry Seeds. Though I'm sorry you're having trouble getting them to suspend in the soap. The key is pouring at a lower temperature, around 120 degrees F, to increase the viscosity of the soap. This combined with continual stirring will get you the results you want!

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Discoloration in CP Soap

I initially wanted to use these seeds as a little pop of red color in a batch of cp spa bars. Unfortunately, not only did they turn from red to black in the soap, they discolored the area immediately around each and every seed. The discoloration sort of resembled little halos of DOS, so I'm not sure if the seeds just immediately went rancid inside the soap during the first 36 hours or not. Was I right in thinking that these were intended to be used in cp soap? As an exfoliant they are somewhat on the coarse side, and are at least twice the size of poppy seeds. They are an effective exfoliant, but I don't think I would want to try them in a bar soap again.

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Alicia! I'm so sorry this product was not your favorite. We love these Cranberry Seeds as exfoliants and can be used in melt & pour soap, cold process soap, scrubs, and washes. Though, it is totally normal to get a halo with these seeds, as with many other natural or herbal based additives. I will email you personally to figure out what might have happened!