Melt & Pour Soap Base - Organic Oil - Clear - candle-cocoon

Melt Pour Soap Base - Organic Oil - Clear

  • $5.39




Organic Oil Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base:
Certified Organic Oils of Palm and Coconut have been used in our regular clear and white formulations. Please note these are made with organic oils but are not certified organic soap as a whole.


Sold by weight. Randomly cut easy to work with pieces.

Organic Oil Soap Ingredients

Organic Coconut Oil
Palm Oil
Glycerine (kosher, of vegetable origin)
Purified Water
Sodium Hydroxide (saponifying agent)
Sorbitol
Propylene Glycol (made from vegetable glycerine)
Sorbitan Oleate (emulsifier)
Oat protein

****If you want a white soap add Titanium Dioxide (mineral whitener used in opaque soaps)
As many customers have inquired about process aids, we offer the following information:

Our process aids are used in small amounts, on an as needed basis,and are not essential for product function. They are subject to change as they are constantly evolving and changing due to the availability of newer and better materials, marketplace demands, etc. In order to provide our customers with various desired features such as ease of remelting and re-batching, finished product final appearance, etc. we may or may not use small amounts of the following (or similar) materials: Bio Propylene Glycol (made entirely from vegetable glycerine) This material is often omitted but we have also listed it as an ingredient as larger amounts are sometimes used.

****Excluded in FREE soap bases Cocamidopropylamine Oxide (made from renewable vegetable sources) Disodium Sulfosuccinate(made from renewable vegetable sources) Cocamidopropyl Betaine made from renewable vegetable sources)

***All the above materials are biodegradable. SLS or SLES are not used.

 

***NOTE***Melt and Pour Soap base may arrive a bit brittle due to freezing in transport.  The base will may be fine with regular use.  You should test a small amount before making a larger batch by heating in the microwave and cutting.  If brittle -

If you are making single pour soap bars (not cutting them later like a loaf) you can just use as is and the finished bar will be harder than normal/last longer.  To soften the soap to bring it back to how it was originally add water or glycerine at about 3-5% and it should come back to previous texture. If you are cutting loaves it is best to add 7% or more to make sure that they will slice nicely.  You can use an even higher amount but test prior to putting in colors/fragrance since you can always remelt add more soap etc.  Remember adding more glycerine will increase sweating but also makes a more moisturizing soap.