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Sheryl
9/5/2017
Omg so fun!

I giggled the entire time I was cutting this base up! It does take a long time to melt, but it is well worth the wait. I started out with a double boil, but it never would melt all of the way, so I placed it in the microwave for 30 seconds, and it finished melting. After reading all of the reviews, I thought I would try what Anne Marie did with the solid sugar scrub, and place the color and fragrance in before melting, which worked great. I don't see any way to keep bubbles out, so if your looking for perfectly clear soap, then I'd look elsewhere. The jiggle is the fun part, so the bubbles don't bother me.


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Kimberly
7/6/2017
I love this base!

It took a few tries to learn how to use this base. Once you get the hang of it, its a breeze to work with. Definitely is easier to melt on the stove. Sets up super fast. Takes color & fragrance well. I will be keeping this in stock.


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Kristine
5/15/2017
Easy Once You Figure it Out

At first, I used the microwave and quickly learned that it works better with even melting as well as clarity when you heat it on the stove. Just make sure you aren't boiling it. I heated mine on a low/med heat until it was melted and liquidy. This base foams like crazy when ran under the water. Doesn't dry my skin out. Love it!


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Maria
12/29/2016
Lots of fun but not easy to work with.

Love the product, but I give it a four because is indeed not easy to work with. however, I am going to test it using a double boiler instead of the microwave. I think that would work better. I only wonder if these need to be refrigerated after they are done? Not sure.


BL
11/16/2016
Customers love it!

Jelly soap is kind of tricky to work with, but once you get it down you can do so much! You have to have patience with this base. My rule is to heat it low, slow & hot. You have to pour quick. What I do I heat and melt 10-15 lbs at a time, low and slow. I then portion out what I need for my batch or mold and color it. Heat it again to get it hot. Once hot add my f/o and pour. I don't use the microwave with this base, uneven heating and too many bubbles. You can pour this into individual cavity molds, or into the container itself. I use PET containers for my shapes, and a container that will accept the heat for my solid jelly's. As long as my customers keep loving it, I'll keep buying this base. As a matter of fact, I'm expecting 30lbs today.

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