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Great product

I really love this additive. It takes my deodorants to a higher level of odor-blocking. My deodorant recipe is anhydrous so I use a little bit of emulsifier to incorporate the deodorant additive. Works like a charm. Will definitely purchase again.

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I’m sure it’s good, but a little help?

Will change rating if BB/SQ every makes a tutorial (or anyone) I can’t for the life of me find any recipes online that use this ingredient for any purpose. SoapQueen, how about a deodorant stick recipe using this additive for those of us who didn’t purchase the base? Or really any other use would be lovely. Thanks!

I’m wanting to put this in my deodorant.

I’m trying to figure out the usage rate. My deodorant recipe makes 3 standard sticks. How much do I add?

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Best Additive Ever

This is fantastic stuff! I never make body soap without it. When I first switched to handmade soap, I did NOT like that deodorizing factor was non-existant. Then, I found this! Now I have absolutely no reason to envy store-bought soap. I wish the price point was lower, but I do think it's worth paying for.

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Difficult to use

I have been reformulating my deodorant from an oil based product to a solid dpg/sodium stearate based deodorant and I really wanted to use this. Unfortunately the sodium stearate causes the mixture to thicken at about 145-150 degrees, which will kill the yeast and render this product ineffective. I contacted Brambleberry c/s who suggested incorporating it into their deodorant base which makes little sense because it is already in their base. The suggested use as a room deodorizer doesn't make sense as this product serves to neutralize ammonia from sweat, and from what I have read the high pH of a soap (liquid or solid) would kill the yeast.

Kelsey from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Valerie! I'm sorry for any misunderstanding. You can add this product to the cool down phase of your deodorant when you add the preservative and fragrance, since most preservatives deactivate at about 155 degrees as well. Customer service has contacted you directly to help answer any further questions.