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This sodium lauryl sulfate worked excellent in the shampoo bars I made. I love that it's not a fine powder. We have some very sudsy perfect shampoo bars:)! I love everything Bramble Berry!! Thanks♡

Should this be a diner grain?

If I use this in bath bombs, do I need to make it a finer grain since it tends to look a bit tacky with larger pieces in bath bombs?

Bubble boost?

I've used this in bathbombs, but I need to add a bubble boost to my CP soaps, can this be used in CP?

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Chunky pieces

I have made bubble bars with SLSA and they always turn out great. I decided to order some SLA due to it being less expensive. I noticed that it had a lot of beady chunks in it that wouldn't go through a sifter. The dough came out really really wet. I Tried two batches and they turned out that way. I was wondering if I just got a bad batch? I

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Stephanie! I'm sorry you were disappointed in this product, though you did not get a bad batch. As noted on the product page, our Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is a coarser grain. This is so it won't float around in the air in your workspace as much as the finer SLS. If your Bubble Bar dough turned out too wet that can definitely be fixed. Preheat your oven to 200 degrees F then turn it off and stick your bubble bars in for about 15 minutes.

Just so curious

Hi, I tried the SLS and SLSA with your recipe on Solid Bubble Bars. I didn't quite like using SLS and SLSA ... are there any alternatives besides them?

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi there! You can use either SLS or SLSA for the Solid Bubble Bars! Though, there isn't really an alternative to them. You can leave that as an ingredient out but your bars would not have their bubbles. I will email you personally to discuss this further.