Quick Jump Table of Contents Soap Mold Scale Mixing Container Lye and water mixing container Oil pouring containers Fragrance container Soap mixing bowl Color mixing container Measuring spoons Ingredient Mixing Tools Spatula Whisk Stick Blender Mini Mixer Thermometer Soap Cutter Special Tools Strainer Mesh Teaspoon Potato Peeler Blender Swirl Wire Tool Soap topping tools Icing… View more
Overview Melt and pour soap making has had a surge in the past few months. Many persons feel safer making melt and pour vs cold or hot process due to the fact that there is no interaction why sodium hydroxide aka lye. This makes making melt and pour soap an activity that can be carried… View more
Adding color to hand made soap is a matter of knowing which soap you are working with and what type of colorant you can use in that soap. Soaps can be colored with mica, oxides, natural spices or plant based materials and with artificial lab colors. Learning how to add color to handmade soap will… View more
When it comes to soap making, cold or hot process, distilled water is often used. The question that comes after making a few batches of soap is. What else can I use instead of distilled water? This is a question I had asked myself a few time until curiosity got the better of me and… View more
Soap making can be a daunting task to undertake. So many moving parts that seem unrelated but so necessary to making a good safe bar of soap. The cold process technique of soap making can be overwhelming to many new soap makers and rightly so. The main fear comes from the thought of having to… View more
A common question that would come up from our customers is do we sell stick blenders for soap making. Unfortunately we do not sell many tools for candle and soap making but we can help you find the right tool for the job. How to choose a stick blender for soap making is a better… View more
So in short when it comes to palm wax vs soy wax which is better? Well sad to say but the choice of using palm wax candles or soy wax candles will be decided upon by the maker and ultimately the user of the candle. Both are great waxes to use in candles however the way the raw material is sourced may be a point of contention for the end user.
A basic list of of safe containers for soap making are as follows; Heat tempered glass containers, Microwave safe containers, Steel Containers.
How to make cold process soap?
Combine vegetable or animal based fats with lye dissolved into water called lye water then pour this combined mixture into a mold and let it solidify into soap.
Melt and pour soap is the easiest way to make custom designed soap for your skin or anyone that may have eczema. This was a question that came to mind when dealing with my daughters eczema situation. What can I do to manage her outbreaks and how can I be sure what was in the… View more