New for February!

This month we’re excited to introduce our latest in-house production: Quick Mix Oils! Quick Mix Oils are pre-measured, pre-mixed base oils meant for cold process soap making. It saves quite a few steps and a substantial amount of time, plus these recipes are Soap Queen tested to eliminate any guessing. Check out the debut mix, Lots of Lather, and all of the other latest products we’ve added below. Are there any items that you would like to see Bramble Berry carry? Let us know in the comments.

Starting off with Quick Mix Oils! We’re launching the Lots of Lather mix first, but keep an eye out for more recipes in the near future.

Lots of Lather Quick Mix

This Dutch Pressed Cocoa Powder is a great natural colorant option. Wondering how we’ve used cocoa powder in the past? Click here and here for some fun blog posts. Our new all natural deodorant additive is ideal for giving products an odor-neutralizing benefit. It works using probiotics and enzymes to cut down on odors and is approved for household products as well as deodorant.

Dutch Cocoa Powder and Deodorant additive

Dutch Pressed Cocoa Powder & Deodorant Additive

These Heat-Resistant Pouches in 24 ounce (small) and 7 pound (large) sizes are perfect for storing ingredients that need to be reheated.

Pourable Bags

Small Heat-Resistant Pouch and Large Heat-Resistant Pouch

Get your read on with these two new books! Lela Barker, founder of Bella Lucce and Lucky Break Consulting, has written an amazing guide to entrepreneurship, 155 Words You Need to Know: Practical Wisdom for Creative Entrepreneursthat will act as your personal small business concierge. And Ruth Esteves’ latest e-book Coloring Soap Naturally saves you time and product by having tested over 30 natural colorants for you, plus guides on where to purchase natural colorants for use in your body products.

New Books

155 Words You Need to Know: Practical Wisdom for Creative Entrepreneurs & E-Book: Coloring Soap Naturally

Top those cupcake soaps and bath bombs like a pro with these frosting tools. And for some super frosting tips, check out our Soap Queen TV video featuring frosting pro Jeanee of Dirty Laundry.

Frosting Accessories

1M Frosting TipDisposable Frosting Bag4B Frosting Tip

Why not add a new flavor or fragrance to your product line? Honey Kisses is in the lip balm I’m currently wearing. I love it so much coupled with our Lip Smackin’ Sweetner!

Blueberry Bliss Flavor Oil

 Blueberry Bliss Flavor OilHoney Kisses Flavor OilExotic Musk Fragrance Oil

 

 

 

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20 Comments

  1. Sly says

    I’m looking forward to trying some of your new products.
    Any chance you will ever have the Banana FO in 2 or 4 oz size? (Buying 10 lbs is way out of my range for my personal soaping needs.). I hope so & will keep my fingers crossed! Thanks!

  2. says

    To make a small suggestion, have you considered selling pre-measured lye to go with those pre-mixed oils? That would be a great option for beginners who aren’t ready to invest in a scale. Include a simple recipe, and it would be a great kit. I think buying a scale is cost-prohibitive to many new soapers and can turn them off from trying it.

  3. says

    I was so excited to see pre-mixed CP soap base today! Ive been hoping you guys would carry this someday because this makes the whole CP soapmaking process so much easier. Id like to order all my soapmaking products from brambleberry in the future if possible and this added one more product I dont have to order somewhere else.

    Keep up the good work guys!

    P.S. Very impatiently waiting for the new book Ann Marie!

  4. Keni says

    Question. I am new to soap making and just recently started with Cold Process soaps. I like the idea of the quick mix bags. How much fragrance oil should you use with these bags? For example, the Lots of Lather 33 oz bag states 4.7 oz of lye and 11 oz of water in possibly a 10″ Silicone Loaf Mold. Does the amount of essential oil (or fragrance oil) matter? If so how do I calculate that with these pre-mixed bags?

    • says

      Hi Keni!

      The easiest way to figure out how much fragrance oil to use is to the fragrance calculator. All you do is enter the amount of soap (water + lye + oils = recipe yield weight) you are making and it will pop up with an amount for you.

      Fragrance Calculator: http://www.brambleberry.com/Pages/Fragrance-Calculator.aspx

      For instance, if you were to make the entire bag of Lots of Lather, you would use about 3 ounces of fragrance. Here is a quick an easy reference guide that I like to go by:

      Cold Process Soap – .7 oz per pound
      Melt and Pour Soap – .25 oz per pound
      Rebatch – .3 oz per pound
      Lotions – .2 oz per pound
      Liquid Soap – .3 oz per pound
      Salts – .3 oz per pound
      Candles- .5 oz per pound

      I hope this helps! :)
      -Becky with Bramble Berry

  5. Pooja says

    Will Brambleberry come out with Quick mix oils without canola/ sunflower etc?
    A more traditional blend? I am still a hobbyist soap maker & I do have my own recipes
    But it will be easier if we have a basic blend of Olive ,coconut, Palm,castor,so I dont need to purchase Gallon size of each separate oil?

    Thanks
    Pooja

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