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Amber
6/27/2018
Perfect product

I used this in my first bath bomb batch as I’m new to this art. I purchased lilac and the Irish green color. When my order arrived I incorrectly thought the colors hadn’t been shipped (because I was in a rush) and put myself in touch with customer service. This lead to the rep offering assistance in using the product. She specified the need to really push the color through the batch with my finger tips like one would rub a cream between fingers. This step made a huge difference had I just continued to try to fold it in. The effort and time paid off. Both colors turned out gorgeous!! They are near jewel tones (slightly heavy handed and a newby) and highlighted the scents (lavender and cucumber garden) perfectly. I’ll be purchasing the collection next.


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Bin
2/21/2018
too goopy

Same as other reviewers here. Mine is also very goopy and I needed to fight to get a drop out of the bottle. Color is very pale and light. I used 18 drops for my 4 cups bath bomb recipe, and it's still too pale to call it lavender color. Also got frustrate with how hard it is to blend it in the powers. and my final products have little speckles of unmixed colorant in ti. I agree with others that mica or pink see salt would work much better than this colorant. I only got this one because I wanted to make some lavender essential oil bath bombs. So I can't say how other colors work. Hope BB can improve this product.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
The Lilac La Bomb is made of glycerin, isopropyl alcohol and colorant some colors are thicker than others and they will harden over time as the alcohol evaporates. A gentle hot water bath should definitely help thin that out and make it easier to use. Warmth as well as friction also helps to get the color blend into your powder mixture more consistently. We will often quickly rub the powder in our hands to help it blend in.


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Danielle
2/7/2018
Stuck

I purchased this colorant a few weeks ago and I'm just getting around to using it. And I'm honestly having the hardest time. I've tried sitting it in warm water, clearing the opening with a pin, and squeezing but it just won't come out of the bottle and it's only with this color. Other people are having similar issues and I'm sure this would be a great product it I could get it out of the bottle.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
The Lilac La Bomb is made of glycerin, isopropyl alcohol and colorant some colors are thicker than others and they will harden over time as the alcohol evaporates. I would try letting the la bomb sit in your hot water bath a bit longer or if that doesn't work you can add in some extra 99% Isopropyl Alcohol to help thin it out.


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Krista
9/7/2017
Just ok

I dont hate this but it is hard to mix in and does not give strong water color. When will you get lake bath bomb colors BB? Honestly micas are better and can be used in a wider range of products.


Olivia
4/1/2017
Not My Favorite

Makes a great lavender color but this colorant does not "drop" like others. I have to fight to get anything out of the bottle wasting far too much. When it does come out it's thick like gel cake icing.

Tina from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Olivia! I'm so glad you love the lavender color our Lilac La Bomb creates! Though I'm sorry you have more trouble working with it than the others. Due to the la bombs being mostly comprised of Glycerin some of the colors can turn out thicker than the others. To help with that just pop your thicker La Bomb in a warm water bath for a few minutes which will thin the mixture out!

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