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Bret

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I got a box yesterday. It was delivered at 2:30, I got home at 5. My emu and jojoba oils were frozen. It wasn't that cold out, so they must have sat outside the night before. Anyways, will this hurt them at all?
 

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I freeze mine all the time. haven't had a problem yet :D
 

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The jojoba is completely liquid now, but the emu is kind of slushy/thick. I've never used it before so I'm not sure what it's supposed to be like.
 

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Bret, I have not used EO either. I know some use a little in soap, but mainly for leave on products. I know it is good for skin issues like psoriasis and excema. I freeze my bulk oils prone to rancidity. I buy a gallon and freeze quart size plastic Zip Lock containers until I get a quart used up then out comes a new one. Like mentioned, freezing is fine!

Paul... :) :wink:
 

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Ok, I won't worry about it then :) The labels say store at room temp...

I'm going to use it in soap for now. I have an idea that I want to try with m&p ;)
 
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