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Q:How will I be able to properly maintain the product for the next time I use it without it melting?Asked on 7/30/2015 by Marcy the Enthusiast from Troy, MI
A:Keeping the product at room temperature is usually fine.Answered on 8/1/2015 by Myriam from Lush Direct
A:It's stable at room temperature. I just reuse the plastic it came in but you could store it in a plastic or glass jar. If it's extremely hot, u could put in fridge but I've never had to.
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ErinAnswered on 7/31/2015 by Anonymous
Q:Hi, I recently purchased a Bubbleroon from lush in Honolulu. I just used it tonight and it created barely any bubbles at all. I have used bubble bars before and had mounds of bubbles. I took a picture to show just how little bubbles were created. I followed directions exactly as stated on the website. My question is, could the excess humidity here in Honolulu be affecting the bars? I know a few I picked up to smell in the store were crumbling and falling apart. I'm just kind of bummed that my Bubbleroon didn't give me the same experience as previous bars. I have 2 other bubble bars that I'm not weary about using because I don't want the same disappointment. Thanks in advance for any explanation for my my bubbleroon didn't produce bubbles.Asked on 7/13/2015 by Sarah Whipp from Honolulu, HI
A:Our Bubble bars and Bubbleroons are a base of cream of tartar and baking soda to create all those mountains of bubbles. With the Bubbleroons we then add ingredients like coconut oil, cocoa and shea butters, which add ribbons of moisture to your bath water and skin. Unfortunately with adding all those rich butters and oils they don't create as much fluffy bubbles as our traditional Bubble bar foundation.Answered on 7/14/2015 by Anonymous
A:Unfortunately some of the bubble bars don't produce as much bubbles I would like either. I have come to understand some of them are more delicate than others as far as being "crumbly". Additionally, some don't perform well in hard water areas. Fortunately, I don't have the hard water problem anymore since I moving toTexas. Happy bubbling!Answered on 7/13/2015 by Anonymous