Breastmilk Preservation Powder sold in single or multiple packs of sachets, an inexpensive alternative to other powders on the market. You will need one sachet per client to preserve breastmilk or breastmilk substitute, and your clients only need to send 5ml breastmilk! This dust is now available from us and made in-house, using similar non-toxic ingredients to powders available on Etsy etc, in breastmilk DIY kits or from other makers. It’s always been our goal to create a community supporting other artists and this affordable and widely available powder will help you make your breastmilk jewellery less expensive for your customers.
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Preserving Breastmilk with Breastmilk Preservation Powder
Our new Breastmilk Jewellery Courses are here! For a guaranteed method, you can preserve breastmilk using this Breastmilk Preservation Powder. The full blog is here, see our Breastmilk Preservation Powder FAQ’s here! You can also buy the breastmilk preservation powder loose here, and the ratio you use is up to you; some clients like to do 3ml powder to 3ml breastmilk (equal volumes, not weight!) instead of the 5ml in our sachets.
Learn how to make a breastmilk heart necklace with this video,
Using Breastmilk Preservation Powder
Keepsaker Supplies existing customers can use their 15% off code any time with this powder. It’s a very affordable way to preserve small amounts of your clients’ breastmilk. We recommend you use this powder with a double boiler and a silicone spatula, a pestle and mortar (click here), a tiny measuring spoon or our subtle pearly breastmilk resin sparkle mixes. Breastmilk bead cores are here and for a mystery box of moulds just click here.
Please read our full Terms and Conditions and FAQ page before ordering.
Breastmilk Preservation Powder with Moulds
Follow our tutorials for making breastmilk jewellery here – the only difference is, you don’t have to work on your preservation method for months before starting to sell. We also have tutorials on making umbilical cord and placenta jewellery, making flower and petal jewellery, making lock of hair jewellery and making cremation ashes jewellery to learn some new techniques and find the supplies we recommend. We’ll add videos soon with info on how to use the dust with our own UV resin to create charm beads, rings, necklaces and spheres with your clients’ milk. We recommend you use a small pestle and mortar (click here) and a tiny measuring spoon (click) to grind and measure the preserved breastmilk.
Storage of the Preservation Powder
The preservation powder will be sent in sachets in a zip lock bag with a silica gel sachet to help prevent any moisture entering the powder and causing deterioration. Sachets need to be kept sealed in the bag and silica gel sachets changed when necessary.
Health and Safety Datasheet
For your own peace of mind, to protect yourself, family members and pets, please follow our usage and safety instructions carefully when using this Keepsaker Supplies breastmilk preservation powder. Use common sense and PPE (full details of PPE sourcing can be found in our Worldwide Sourcing Guides here – including the UK, USA, Australia and Canada (more countries coming soon). Keep the powder, breastmilk, tools and equipment and preserved milk away from children and pets for safety and also for professionalism. Be careful around naked flames. The ingredients of our Breastmilk Preservation Powder is strictly confidential and secret. It absolutely must neither be ingested nor breathed in (wear PPE including gloves and respirator at all times and keep away from children and pets). In case of emergency all of the ingredients are found in food products apart from one, which is borax (NOT boric acid). Borax is found in food in many countries but is banned in others, it’s found in cosmetics and children’s slime. If accidentally ingested please contact emergency services or a healthcare provider immediately and inform them of the above. This is sold as a pigment, we are not required to give out ingredients.
The product is not intended for consumption or any other use other than for preserving breastmilk and breastmilk substitutes such as constituted formula, plant drinks (such as soy milk). The resulting preserved breastmilk is only intended for use in making jewellery and ornaments and again is not fit for human consumption. Please do not taste or smell the powder as the ingredients may irritate the nose and mouth. As a breastfeeding parent themself, Nikki mixes, packages and uses the powder daily using a dust mask and vinyl gloves, which are included in all of our DIY kits and more can be purchased from our Worldwide Sourcing Guides here. For information on our health and safety datasheets click here.
Please be careful not to burn yourself when heating the milk, and keep appropriate fire extinguishing items nearby. If in doubt, contact your local fire department and always test your smoke alarms! Keep drying milk away from children, pets and curious spouses then store well once dried. Always label samples well for professional integrity, we recommend full name and unique order numbers!
Please note, these powders may occasionally leak in transit but this should not affect their use, there is more than enough powder in each sachet for 5ml milk (in fact, some customers only use half a sachet per preservation, not that we recommend this!). The single sachets are double bagged and multi-packs are triple bagged so if a small amount escapes from the packaging it should not cause problems. We have never had an issue sending these through customs as customs officials can easily see the powders are non-hazardous and not illegal. They are marked as breastmilk preservation powder on the customs information. If you have any questions please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch on our Facebook page Keepsaker Supplies (click here).
Making Breastmilk Jewellery Intro (Part 1 of 5)
Making Breastmilk Jewellery: Methods To Avoid (Part 2 of 5)
Making Breastmilk Jewellery: Methods That Work (Part 3 of 5)
Getting Started Making Breastmilk Jewellery (Part 4 of 5)
What You Need To Make Breastmilk Jewellery (Part 5 of 5)
Breastmilk Preservation Powder Instructions
Breastmilk Preservation Powder FAQ’s
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