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Tips for a Perfect Melt and Pour Balm

Some formulas have so few ingredients and such a simple production method it's hard to imagine they can go wrong.

But they can.

Sometimes, 'less' can feel like it equals 'more problems' and drive you to the edge of frustration.

If you make any kind of melt and pour product, you're probably nodding already.

Melt and pour balms and butters can be a joy and a curse.

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