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(@kennedy400)
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Hello, my name is Ernestine. I am one of your members, and I have a few questions to ask. I make homemade lotions and creams, and I'm having issues with moisture being on the lids of my containers but not in the lotion/cream itself. Every few days I have to wipe the moisture on the lids of my jars. What am I doing wrong or how can I fix the issue? I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks so much for your time. Take care, and God Bless!


   
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(@carlylioncub)
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Hi Ernestine. Nice to meet you. Do you have a picture of this problem? 


   
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(@carlylioncub)
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I have been thinking about this and I'm wondering. Do you feel like this is a separation of the water in your product or do you think this is a problem with condensation? Also, are you packaging the product when it is very hot? Maybe the lotion is being packaged too hot ad you need to let it cool completely before putting it in the jars. What does it all look like after 3/4 days?


   
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(@maybealesweet)
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I have had this happen to me before. I am still not sure why it happened, but I think it has something to do with the temperature and how fast the lotion is cooling. I used to fill my lotion jars by hand and had all sorts of problems, but when I bought a liquid filler on amazon it solved everything. There is more cleaning involved but it basically took away all my problems with lotions.


   
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