LabColor Makeover

Vibrant, reliable and fun to use, LabColors are super concentrated dyes that are fantastic soapy colorants. LabColors are an excellent choice for coloring your melt & pour and cold process soaps.

We’re making some minor changes to our LabColor line, but have no fear — we’ve reformulated them to make them easier to use than ever. To get everything packaged and ready to ship out, we’re temporarily taking all LabColors out of stock today, Thursday, October 24th. You will not be able to purchase LabColors at this time. However, when LabColors come back in stock on Monday, October 28, you’ll simply log in to your Bramble Berry account and place an order for LabColor like normal.

Check the Soap Queen blog on Monday, October 28 to learn more about how to use the new and improved LabColors!

 

14 Responses to “LabColor Makeover”

  1. Sindy says:

    AWESOME~ I CANNOT WAIT ~ ! Good thing I’ll be busy with a wedding till the 28th~! But then it’s GAME ON baby~ and I think I might have a coupon for BB stored away somewhere~!

  2. Good to know! I was just going to order some! Thanks for the heads up!

  3. Melissa says:

    I’m interested to see what reformulating them means. I hope that doesn’t mean all my recipes will now be off. What was the reason for the reformulation I wonder? I really do like the Labcolors and use them in HP a lot, so I hope the formula hasn’t changed too much. http://www.gingergreysoaps.com

    • Hi Melissa!

      It is just a small change in our formulation, but it isn’t going to affect your recipes or the colors that you will be using. Be sure to check back on Monday when we bring all the LabColors back in stock, as well as posting a blog post about the change. =)

      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  4. Renee says:

    I’m wondering what the change will be as well.. I’ve used these since I’ve started soaping, and have had no problems with them. I’m hoping it’s not a HUGE change…

    • Hi Renee!

      We are going to notate all changes on our LabColors this coming Monday with an explanatory post. It isn’t going to be a huge change, and you will still be able to use your LabColors as you always have. =)

      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  5. Leanna H says:

    I can’t wait to see the changes. I haven’t used any cp or M&P lab colors- just the ones for bath bombs. I was turned off with having to dilute and preserve them. I’m pretty lazy. But I definitely want to try them when they come back!

    • Good morning, Leanna!

      LabColors are such an affordable way to color your soap, especially because you need very little of it to get those bright hues. Be sure to check back on Monday when we bring them back in stock and read our blog post on how they have changed. =)

      Happy Soaping!
      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  6. Heather says:

    I, too, am very interested! I hope that they are more like the color cubes for M&P. I like to be able to slice off a little color. I always find a way to drip the liquid colors all over my counter!

    Heather

    • Hi Heather!

      We love that idea, but they aren’t changing that drastically! We are changing a few things about the formulation that will make them easier to use and give you still the brightest hues and shades in your soaps. Be sure to check back on the blog today for more information about the switch. =)

      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  7. Brett Griffith says:

    Just an idea if you guys sold these solid color soaps I would love to buy them because I was gonna make some soap with different color shreds in it.

    • Hi Brett!

      Thanks for the idea! I will actually pass it onto our Product Development Team. =)In the meantime, you can make your own by using our LabColors (when they come back in stock today).

      -Becky with Bramble Bramble Berry

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