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Posted by Willowhawk on May 21, 2002 at 04:16:46:

In reply to: Not necessarily airtight posted by Lauren on May 20, 2002 at 16:28:04:

: When I mix and freeze mine, I just toss it in the carrot bag and
into
: the freezer and it works fine upon thawing. I've used thawed henna
: after a couple months and found no loss of color.
: Lauren
:
: : : So you didn't even have to wait for the EO's to react? No time
: at
: : : all before you put the henna into the freezer? Wow!
: : :
: :
My 2 oz storage bottle has the tip cut off, and I don't seal it. The
sandwich baggies that I store paste in are uncut until I need to fill
some bottles. Then I thaw it and cut the tip and fill the bottles
and toss the sandwich baggie back in the freezer.
Cheap sandwich baggies are not airtight from what I understand, but I
do squeeze the excess air out and tie the top off.

I haven't felt the need to wrap in foil yet, no problems w/ unwrapped
baggies here.
Justine Willowhawk

: : ... she said absolutely, YES. She said she terped, bagged, dated
: and
: : tossed the uncut and sealed carrot bags (with tape over the
cone's
: : end) with tin foil wrapping into the freezer.
: :
: : I imagine keeping it extremely airtight is what made this
actually
: : happen, as a caveat when trying it ourselves.

 


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