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Mel
1/16/2016
Stock Ingredient in my soap kitchen

To put it simply: I love this stuff! BB has a competitive price on this versatile ingredient and so I add it to my orders when running low. I made the soap queen truffle recipe and subbed SLSA for the SLS. I also use it in my "signature shower and shave" m&p bar which includes the shea m&p base. The SLSA helps had a little lather to all kinds of things and isn't as harsh as the traditional SLS.


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john
12/8/2015
Anita

I was surprised and delighted to see that the bubbles in my Bath Truffle lasted longer than my soak. I am totally addicted to using my homemade truffles. I use SLSA, coconut powder, dead sea salt, shea and coco butters, fragrance oils all purchased from Brambleberry. I add my own baking soda and after I mold them I briefly freeze them. I cut off the zipper and wrap them in the plastic from lunch baggies then package them in the Brambleberry soap boxes. I decorate the boxes and gift them. My home made Truffles are better than any product you will find in a store.


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Cynthia
11/22/2015
measurements

My daughter has a science project making bath bombs. We just recently received our package and we do not know how much each batch needs. We have citric acid, slsa, etc. We have made a number of bath bombs without slsa & with citric acid. Which was fun watching daughter make. 😊 How much slsa would we need to use if using 2c baking soda, 1c citric acid ... ?

Terah from Bramble Berry replies...
Hi Cynthia! Exactly how much Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate you put in you bath bombs is up to you! A good range to go by is 15-25% of your product. At 25% of your current recipe you would add 1 cup SLSA to the 2 cups Baking Soda and 1 cup Citric Acid. Check out our Aloe Bubble Bath Bombs tutorial to see how we used SLSA in a bomb.


Christina
10/20/2015
Love it.

It works wonderfully. I'm glad I substitute the SLSA for SLS, however, I have a question. I have a recipe that calls for 15oz SLS LIQUID, and I have SLSA powder... what can I blend the SLSA with to substitute, and keep that liquid volume?


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Cheryl
8/29/2015
Great ... but ....

The product is great but very air borne if you do not use precaution ... it makes wonderful bubbles in the bath bombs ... i tried the bubble bar recipe but for some reason the 2 batches didnt turn out well ... i think it had to do with the weather ... The only reason why i didnt give it 5 star's is the bag it comes in ... I never say hardly anything but the packaging needs alot of improvement.

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