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The Do’s And Dont’s Of Melt And pour Soapmaking

Commercial soaps or handmade soaps? This question is very confusing but assuming the increasing amount of damage the skin suffers due to commercial soaps that we sue, handmade soaps seem a better option. Other than this, there are certainly other factors that influences the use of handmade soaps like the ease of making a soap, the natural skincare benefits, and the benefits of essential oils that are added later.

But, how can one make a soap themselves, on their own? So, there are two methods to do this, the hot and cold method and the melt and pour soap.

What is melt and pour soap?

How many times have you found yourself in a situation when you're using your soap for daily purpose but you don't like it? This is when you'll go for melt and pour soap. Now, what are melt and pour soaps? As the name suggests, melt and pour soap soapmaking is the process of melting a pre-existing soap and carve the same soap in the desired shape. The process is done to add one of the two things into the old product to manufacture a new product, and the two things are fragrance or color.

The further process includes the required adding of fragrance or the essential oil and the pouring the molten soap into a pre-existing soap mold. The end result is a completely usable bar that you can instantly use for bathing once the mold is hard.

Who is it beneficial for? As we all know that industrial

soaps or the common soaps available in the market which is manufactured in industries are full of a chemical that can harm the elegant and soft skin.

The natural soaps that are offered in health food stores are way too expensive and it's not possible for everyone to afford it every month. This is the problem that occurs most of the times, the things that are healthy turn out to be expensive, thus, limiting the variations in choices that people have. This restriction unknowingly forces people to buy the chemical loaded soaps that harm the skin. However, there are people who know a way out of it, smartly and using no extra money, by making their own soaps. This allows people to control what goes onto their body, maybe everyone doesn’t do this but there are people who like handmade soaps.

Safety measures: Like every other process that involves manufacturing of a product, this on which we are talking about needs precautions. Mainly because the soap when heated, the temperature of the molten soap is close to 120 degrees and one mistake can leave a permanent scar on your body and create a situation full of panic.

1. Don’t let your children practice this process, no matter how easy it looks but it’s not the job of a kid to make a soap.

2. The utensils that are being used should be heat proof to avoid getting heated.

3. Be extra careful if you have babies in your home and make sure your babies have no way to reach any close to you while you’re making the soap. 

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