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#1 sabrinasvillage

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Posted 31 March 2008 - 01:12 PM

Okay I've finally got my body butter recipe the way I want it. My only problem is that I accidentally left one in my car ona day that it was a little warm but not hot. My body butter deflated. Does anyone recommend a solution for
1. shipping it with a cold pack or somethign during the summer?
2. what can I add to it to make it stay "inflated"?

thanks so much :D
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#2 lotionlady

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Posted 31 March 2008 - 01:33 PM

View Postsabrinasvillage, on Mar 31 2008, 02:12 PM, said:

Okay I've finally got my body butter recipe the way I want it. My only problem is that I accidentally left one in my car ona day that it was a little warm but not hot. My body butter deflated. Does anyone recommend a solution for
1. shipping it with a cold pack or somethign during the summer?
2. what can I add to it to make it stay "inflated"?

thanks so much :D


This is what I'm thinking about using for my whipped shea butter in the summer:
http://www.icepackst...ack.html#buynow

And the customer can either send it back or reuse it and no toxic chems. :D
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Posted 04 April 2008 - 03:28 AM

Try refrigerating for a few days, THEN ship the fastest possible way... Priority. That may help, but if it's 95 degrees where you are shipping to, and it's in a mailtruck all day, there is no hope.

I refuse to ship sheas in the summer months... period. I KNOW what will happen:P.





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