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Soap Lab's Natural Soap Base (100% Vegetarian, SLS/SLES Free, Handmade)

Soap Lab's Natural Glycerin Melt and Pour Soap Handmade

You requested, and we finally did it! After months of experiment we finally succeeded in making all natural soap base (melt and pour soap/glycerin soap)! And its all handmade in soap lab; which means we know exactly what goes into the making of the soap and not like how factory made soap base are! We are very generous too when it came to putting in the oils and moisturising ingredients as compared to factory made that puts only few drops to save cost! 

So anyway, this soap base is basically made from the following ingredients; simplified for you:
  1. Pure coconut oil 
  2. Pure oils (according to the soapbase you purchase: if olive coconut base contains coconut oil and virgin olive oil etc)
  3. Vegetable glycerin (potent moisturizer) 
  4. Sugar cane water ( moisturizer)
  5. Propylene glycol ( from natural source: food grade)
  6. Stearic acid ( fatty acids from palm oil)
  7. Citric Acid (From Citrus)
  8. Table salt
  9. Sodium hydroxide ( needed for soap making)
As you can see the ingredients above, it doesn't have any detergent (SLS or SLES) so trust me when i say this will be the most moisturising bar of soap you will ever use (almost like a cold process soap). 

This soap bases comes in few different variation as below: 
  1. Soap Lab's Natural Coconut Soap Base
  2. Soap Lab's Natural Coconut-Olive Soap Base
  3. Soap Lab's Natural Shea butter Soap Base
  4. Soap Lab's Natural Honey Buttermilk Soap Base
  5. Soap Lab's Natural Buttermilk Soap Base
  6. Soap Lab's Natural Papaya Soap Base
  7. Soap Lab's Natural Aloe Vera Soap Base
  8. Soap Lab's Natural Green Tea Soap Base

So whats the difference soap lab's natural soap Vs handmade soap base? 


Though both are handmade in soap lab, the handmade soap base (lets call it the first generation) contains SLES while this natural soap base (2nd generation soap) doesn't contain any of this.

When do I use which soap base?


SLES is a surfactant thats powerful in cleansing. So if you have normal skin, and sweat a lot, the First generation soap base will be a better soap to use. 

However if you have dry skin or suffer from eczema etc, use the second generation soap base. 

Or better yet use both. The second generation use in the morning (since you didn't sweat much) and it will be moisturising your skin, and at night after sweating the whole day use the first generation soap base for cleansing:) 

If i wanted to make a facial cleanser which is better? 


If you wanted to make facial cleanser get any of the following soap base:

Normal skin:

  1. Soap Lab's Handmade honey soap base
  2. Soap Lab's handmade aloe vera soap base
  3. Soap lab's handmade papaya soap base

Troubled/sensitive skin:

  1. Soap Lab's Natural Buttermilk Honey soap base
  2. Soap Lab's Natural Aloe Vera soap base
  3. Soap Lab's Natural Papaya soap base
However bare in mind both soap bases are not tears free. Therefore avoid eye area when using these soap bases. 

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If you want to checkout what kind of experiment we did to derive the soap base click here

If you want to checkout our first generation soap bases (that contains SLES) click here

If you want to view free tutorials on how to use these soap bases, click here.

Download Our Free Ebook using these soap base here





Masa Lina said...

Sy suka shea butter soap base.. dr 1kg .. sekrg da oder lbh dr tu..sronok dapat jana income dgn bhn berkualiti dr soaplab..tqsm!!

Soap Lab Malaysia said...

Terima kasih masa lina:)

Christina Ling said...

i would love to attend class on how to make the natural soap base (melt and pour soap/glycerin soap)

Soap Lab Malaysia said...

Hi christina. Im afraid we don hv class for these as we hv patented our formula. Sorry:(

Starlet-scarlet said...

Hi Soaplab,
Would it be possible to melt the glycerin to remake our own soap? I wanna make a diy toy soap for my boy birthday. Please advise.

Starlet-scarlet said...

Hi Soaplab,
Would it be possible to melt the glycerin to remake our own soap? I wanna make a diy toy soap for my boy birthday. Please advise.

Soap Lab Malaysia said...

Hi Starlet. Glycerin is a byproduct of soap. its not soap and its in liquid form. if you meant by glycerin soap as in this post here; yes you can remelt and use it to make as toy soap by putting it into a toy looking mould:-)
http://www.soaplabmalaysia.com/2016/03/glycerin-soap-sabun-gliserin.html

Nasz Eyza said...

Hai..sy nak order tapi x tahu nak pilih yg mane..tolong bagi tunjuk ajar.jika ade buat class utk buat sabun ni sy nak join..

Soap Lab Malaysia said...

Hi nasz u boleh klick di link ini:
How to choose bases in soaplabmalaysia
Utk class kita mmg ada tapi bukan utk buat soapbase. Buat cp soap untuk business sahaja. Yg lain mmg kita dah ada tutorial video free kat website ni:-)

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