Melt & Pour Soap Base
Regular price $9.00
100% PURE SHEA BUTTER & GOAT MILK SOAP BASE PREMIUM
Our company does not test its products on animals (Cruelty-free)
10 lbs size comes in two pieces of 5 lbs
Shea Butter & Glycerin Melt and Pour Soap Base
Goats Milk & Glycerin Melt and Pour Soap Base
Melt and Pour Soap Base refers to a soap base that has already undergone the soap-making process so that the user can simply melt it, pour it, customize it and allow it to cool before using the resulting bars. Discover the properties, benefits, and all artistic possibilities of various glycerin bases!
MELT: Determine the amount of melt and pour soap base needed for your project. Carefully slice the soap base into small pieces and place it in a microwave-safe container. Heat on low at 30-second intervals. Stir between intervals until liquid. Handle hot soap carefully as it may burn the skin. Soap can also be melted in a double boiler.
MOLD: Stir in cosmetic color, cosmetic scent, and skin-safe additives. Pour into a preferred mold. Spritz the soap surface with rubbing alcohol to remove bubbles. Allow cooling until hard.
ENJOY: Remove from mold and wrap with airtight plastic wrap. Your newly created melt and pour soap is now ready to use!
CAUTION: Melted soap is hot! For ages 15 and older
Coconut Oil, Castor Oil, Sunflower Oil, Glycerin, Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Stearic Acid, Propylene Glycol, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sorbitol, Shea Butter or Goats Milk, EDTA, Titanium Dioxide.
Glycerine Soap Base - Goat's milk, does not contain any of the eight major allergens, which are soy, eggs, peanut, wheat, tree nuts, fish, and crustacean fish.
Allergens listed below are not found in the production facility, and those marked with * may be stored and labeled in the warehouse in finished form. All products come from approved suppliers. Each product is evaluated on the potential cross-contamination with other products and allergens in the approved supplier’s facility. If there is any risk to that product, then it is stated at the top of this section as “may contain” or “contains”. Otherwise, if it is not, those Allergens or Sensitizing Agents listed below DO NOT pose any threat to any of CVO’s finished products. *Milk and derivatives, eggs and derivatives, fish, shellfish (including crustaceans, mollusks, and their derivatives), *tree nuts and derivatives, *wheat and derivatives, *peanuts and derivatives, rice and derivatives, corn and derivatives, gluten sources (other than Wheat: such as oat and its by-products, barley, rye, malt, buckwheat, spelled and Kamut), yeast and derivatives, artificial colors, MSG, benzoates.
Benefits of using Melt and Pour Soap Bases:
Make the unique gift:
Melt and pour layer soaps are perfect for your child’s teacher. This homemade craft is a fun idea as a Christmas, teacher appreciation, or anytime gift. Made with your favorite essential oils. All you need to do is melt & pour into different soap layers using premade soap base. Super Simple!!! This layering process gives you a beautiful handmade soap that makes for lovely gifts.
Easy to work with:
Melt and pour soap is a great option for beginners. All you need to do is melt the premade base, customize it with your favorite colors and scents, and pour it into a mold. Once you get the hang of the process, you can experiment with advanced techniques like layers and swirls.
Great family time spending:
Melt and pour soap base is a perfect way to spend some interesting time with your kids and family members. The great benefit is that these soap bases are perfectly safe to work with. Discover lots of ideas and make unique soap bars for yourself or as a gift for the ones you love!
Beneficial to your skin:
Although Melt and Pour soap incorporates synthetic substances, which may range from foaming agents and alcohol-based emulsifiers to solvents, these chemical elements enable Melt and Pour soap to liquefy so that it may be formed into the preferred design. Cold process soaps usually contain less Glycerin than Melt and Pour soaps, thus they are more likely to be drying on the skin.
Safe to work with:
The foremost benefit of using Melt and Pour soap bases is that the user does not have to deal with the caustic substance known as Lye, as it has already been incorporated into the soap base in advance. The user-friendly nature of Melt and Pour soap is another benefit of these bases, as this method makes it uncomplicated to quickly achieve professional-quality soap bars with luxurious appearances, scents, and textures, all of which can be customized with a wide variety of artistic possibilities.
Ready to use instantly:
Another key benefit of Melt and Pour soap bases is that, unlike cold-processed soaps, the final product does not require a curing period, that is to say, there is no days- or weeks-long stretch of time during which the soap must be left untouched for the lye to be neutralized and for the saponification process to be completed; once Melt and Pour soaps have been removed from their molds, they are ready to use immediately. The longer the soap sits, the harder and milder it will become.