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I have an opportunity to be a vendor at an outdoor festival. I have concerns about some of my products sitting and melting in the heat. I am wondering how those of you who showcase and sell your products outside keep the products from melting.
I appreciate your help
I live in the desert (Palm Springs, Ca.) It is very hot. I make all my body creams from scratch and they seperate and melt in the heat. I have a street fair booth from sept. to may. when it gets hot the only way I can sell my creams is to keep in a cooler in zip lock bags so the container and labels do not get wet. to display you can buy stanless steel food containers pack with ice and put samples in that. when it is too hot i bring a small amount of products. I do not sell soaps. but I a know a vendor who has a booth year round in the palm springs heat. look on wholesale supplies plus soaps. if you are doing melt and poor i think it is the clear glycerin that sweat not the opaques? there was another vender selling soaps for had no problem with melting. They make there soaps with lye and from scratch email me for more info email@example.com
I had an outdoor festival experience I'd like to share. The music was so loud I couldn't talk to my customers. We had to yell in each others ears, which made it hard to sell my product benefits.. Even my hard of hearing 93 year old mother in law was uncomfortable.
I'll never be close the the music again. Be careful. Yes, I lost money on this festival. Probably won't go back.
We left early because the music was so miserable.