Melt & Pour Soap Making
If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at the wonderful creative art of soap making, then you’ve come to the right place. Let me take your hand as I guide you through creating your first melt and pour cupcake soaps.
You’ll be amazed (as will your friends and family), when you show off your new perfect
cupcake soaps. It doesn’t ‘matter if you’re a novice, you’ll be delighted at the results.
There are four basic soap making methods:
- Melt and Pour soap making -melt pre-made blocks of natural and organic soap base
- Cold Process soap making- making soap from scratch with oils and lye
- Hot Process soap making - a variation of cold process where the soap is actually cooked
- Rebatching – grinding or shredding bars of soap, and re-blending them
Melt and Pour process
Melt and Pour process uses pre-made blocks of natural and organic soap base. The great thing about using the melt and pour soap base is, there is always plan B if plan A does not work out well. If you mess up, you can melt down the bar of soap, grate it and use as laundry soap. It can be expensive laundry soap if you plan of selling I,t but at least, it’s not wasted because you are not throwing it all away.
Our informational DVD uses the Melt and Pour Process. This method is by far the safest, fastest, simplest, and we believe the more creative of the two methods; there is no caustic residue or lyewhich can cause severe burning during preparationas found in the Cold Process method. Because of the fun and safety aspect of our video, BOTHchildren and adults can create natural handmade soap with ease after using the training DVD’s
The benefits of using our videos are:
• Labelling; three key methods needed to create distinctive original soap creations.
- A fun and inexpensive way to start making soap
- No dangerous lye mixture
- Minimal ingredients to start
- Soap is ready to use as soon as it hardens
Melt and pour soap can be bought free from harmful ingredients such as sodium lauryl sulphate, sodium laureth sulphate. Colours, essential and fragrance oils, and other natural additives can also be bought from soap making suppliers.
How To Make Cupcake Soap By Cherie Benjamin now available on Amazon, shows you how use herbal recopies to create your own healing and amazing decorative soap design. You’ll see how using Additives like flowers, herbal waters, and essential oils can be used in making a great natural soap that’s attractive and healing.
Cupcake icing as a decorative additive is fun and made simple in her easy soap book for you to try. This technique is an effective method of removing dead cells of the skin surface. Adding pure sea salts create wonderful rejuvenating. There are already a broad range of new materials and ingredients used in making exfoliating soaps. ,
You can source the best natural soap making ingredients from over 793,000 handmade soap suppliers in the UK alone. Soap making is not only fun, it’s a great way of getting the right natural materials in your soap bar. Start creating beautiful organic soaps both you and your family can enjoy.