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I'm astonished!

In the fact that people don't know what a surfactant is! A surfactant can be natural or synthetic (yes even your all natural cold process soaps are indeed surfactants).

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Not what I expected

I wanted to add a surfactant to my whipped scrubs, this is definitely not a surfactant. When I added this to my base it separated. Great for liquid soap, but the description confused me.

Kelsey from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi there! I'm sorry this product was not what you were expecting. We love the Potassium Cocoate as an all natural liquid surfactant. It works wonderfully in liquid soaps, though we've also had great success in scrubs as seen in our How to Make Fresh Rain Sugar Scrub video tutorial. Customer service has contacted you directly to help troubleshoot!

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I Really Like This!!!

I added this to my olive oil Castile liquid soap and a separate batch with just distilled water. Bubbles, bubbles, bubbles. I will be ordering this again soon.

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Bayfront Naturals
Great for My Uses

I use this for a body was, hand was, etc. I made the Argan Shampoo on Soapqueen, and while it wasn't the right formulation for my hair, it works well for a baby shampoo and a body wash. People love things made with coconut oil! I just changed the extracts in the recipe to be more nourishing. Also, you can change the oil in the Recipe to Jojoba, which is better for skin. Love it!!!

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low suds, waxy

This is one of the few products from BB that I've been disappointed with. The PO is fairly low sudsing - not the worst thing ever - but when combined with butters and sugars for a soapy scrub, left a very waxy feel on my skin (and I tried two different recipes [one from a BB newsletter] just to make sure). Not recommended.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Steffanee! I'm sorry this product wasn't your favorite. We've found it creates a scrub that is moisturizing and non-greasy, as seen in this Soap Queen TV Episode on How to Make Fresh Rain Sugar Scrub. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this issue!