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    Superfat is literally extra fat that the soap has that does not become soap and make the skin softer. It is not saponified because there is not enough lye in the recipe to make all the oils turn into soap. 5% Extra fat is the norm, 15% for hard water or dried skin."

    What is Cold Process?

    A soapmaking process in which melted fats are treated with lye (sodium hydroxide) without further heating. A good balance for a neutral PH (approx 7-9).
    A combination of oils for its Hardness, Cleansing, Condition, Bubbly and Creamy properties

    Oils I use for your soap:

    Avocado Oil
    Avocado oil makes a soft bar of soap and is generally used at 20% or less in cold process recipes. It’s rich in vitamins A, B, D, and E. The high levels of fatty acids make it great for lotion, body butter, and conditioner as well.
    Castor Oil
    This thick liquid is extracted from the castor bean plant. It draws moisture to the skin and creates amazing lather in soap.
    Coconut Oil
    Coconut oil is super cleansing and produces large bubbles in cold process. It’s so cleansing that it can be drying.
    Olive Oil
    This is a staple in cold process recipes. It’s a thick oil that moisturises the skin and creates creamy lather.

    Essential Oils (Max 3 choices)


    Ideas of associations

    Spa: Eucalyptus + Geranium + Lavender
    Good sleep: Sweet Orange + Bergamot + Pepermint
    Memory: Lemon + Rosemary + Mandarine
    Respiration: Pepermint + Eucalyptus + Rosemary
    Coolness: Lemon + Rosemary + Pepermint
    Antibacterial: Tea tree + Lemon + Sage
    Anti-Mosquito: Lemongrass + Geranium + Thyme

    Colours (Max 3 choices)


    Colours from Nature

    Black: Charcoal
    White: White clay
    Yellow: Citrus powder, Curcuma
    Green: Nettle powder, spinach powder
    Orange: Paprika powder, Tumeric powder
    Red: Madder root powder
    Blue: Indigo powder


    Collection (Farnham, Surrey): free
    UK Standard delivery
    Large letters (35.3x25x2.5cm <500gr) £1.83
    Small parcel (45x35x16cm <2kg) £3.10
    International Standard delivery
    Large letters (35.3x25x2.5cm <500gr) from £5.10
    Small parcel (45x35x16cm <2kg) from £7.25

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