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Beginner's Melt & Pour Soap Making Kit
Beginner's Melt & Pour Soap Making Kit
Beginner's Melt & Pour Soap Making Kit
Beginner's Melt & Pour Soap Making Kit
Beginner's Melt & Pour Soap Making Kit
Beginner's Melt & Pour Soap Making Kit
Beginner's Melt & Pour Soap Making Kit

Beginner's Melt & Pour Soap Making Kit

Regular price $75.00 $65.00 Sale

  

Create & Scent Your Own Unique Handcrafted Soaps

 

Included in DIY Kit:

  • 2-12oz Soap Base of Glycerine, Oat, Cocoa & Shea Butter ( 6-4oz bars)
  • 2-10ml Essential Oil Blends
  • Silicone Soap Molds
  • Dried Oranges & Pink Himalayan Salts 
  • 2 Wooden Sticks
  • E-Book to follow along with!

Not included in the DIY Kit

  • Measuring Cup
  • Double Boiler or Microwave
  • (Optional) Isopropyl Alcohol in a Spray Bottle

 Please indicate scent choice in note section during check out.

Pick two:

  • Sweet Citrus Mint- Blood Orange, Peppermint, Clementine, Vanilla & Lime
  • Orange & Spice- Cassia, Anise, Orange, Nutmeg
  • Winter Bliss- Wintergreen, Pine, Spearmint, Litsea & Lavender
  • Zen Rest- Patchouli, Lavender, Frankincense & Cedarwood
  • Spa- Peppermint, Lavender, Frankincense, Eucalyptus, Citrus
  • Bliss- Spearmint, Lavender, Lemongrass, Frankincense


Benefits of Natural Homemade Soap Without Lye

The melt and pour soap method is the safest to begin with, as the basic principle is melting a soap base and pouring it into a mold. Working with melt and pour soap means the “saponification process” – the process that converts lye or fats into soap – has already been completed and has yielded a base that is ready to use and customize.

Melt and pour soap contains a high percentage of glycerin, which means it has a highly moisturizing quality that makes it gentler on skin than store-bought soaps. Glycerin is a component of fat or oil and is a natural byproduct of the saponification process. When exposed to humidity, melt and pour soap tends to “sweat,” because the glycerin attracts moisture from the air, so they must be kept as dry as possible on well-draining surfaces.