Friday, October 31, 2014

Melt and Pour Soap Making

The melt and pour method of soap making is often the first method beginners learn. With this process, a pre-made glycerin soap base is melted and poured into molds. Depending on which recipe the soap maker is using, different oils and ingredients are added to create a specific soap blend.

One of the bonuses of the melt and pour methods is that the soap maker doesn’t have to handle lye. However, since a pre-made soap base is used, the soap maker doesn’t have the option to control all of the ingredients of their creation.

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