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thermalmermaid
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Yes, you can add a dusting of cocoa powder. Just remember you only need a tiny amount. You will be rubbing this into your skin and you don't want to use enough to stain the skin in this product, bu just a dash will give you a touch of chocolaty color.


   
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Leslie Marshall
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Thank you πŸ™‚


   
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thermalmermaid
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No, you do not need to put this in the fridge like food. In fact, I recommend that you don't store it in a fridge unless you are in an extremely hot environment where hard butter will naturally melt. This product is going to stay hard at room temperature. It will be soft for a few hours after you make it, but as soon as it hardens it will stay that way. The only time this really melts is if you ship in the summer where it could be exposed to really extreme temperatures in a truck. In that case, I recommend not shipping during those months because if it melts then we're talking excessive heat. I have taken batches of this recipe to summer time markets tables where I transport it myself and its over 100 degrees and it stays just fine. So, normal heat is no problem. If you put it in the fridge it actually changes texture. It doesn't deflate, but it gets chalky like dehydrated ice cream and it stays that texture even after you take it out and leave it at room temp. If it is stored on the shelf then it always stays smoother.


   
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