GOAT'S MILK Melt and Pour SOAP

GOAT'S MILK Melt and Pour SOAP

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Goat's Milk Melt and Pour Soap - 2 Pounds

Looking for an Unscented Goat Milk Melt & Pour Soap Base at an incredible price?  You have come to the right place!  No SLS, no added detergents, no animal testing.   All of our soap bases are gluten-free.
Natures Garden Goat's Milk Melt and Pour Soap Base comes in a 2 pound slab with perforations that allow for easy cutting. 

Goat's Milk Melt and Pour Soap Ingredients:  Glycerin (Vegetable glycerin), sodium stearate, sodium myristate, sodium cocoate, cocoa nucifera (coconut) oil, elaeis guineensis (palm) oil, helianthus annus (sunflower) oil, purified water (aqua), goat's milk, titanium dioxide, Germall Plus.  (see disclaimer below).
Making your own soap has never been easier!  Cut soap into small cubes, and simply melt soap in a microwave for 30 seconds at a time until the soap is completely melted.  Add 1/2 to 1 tablespoon of body safe fragrance oil per pound of soap,  add a few drops of soap coloring, and pour into soap molds.  Allow soap to cool at room temperature, and pop them out of the molds. 

*Soaps may absorb moisture from the air.
*Natures Garden is not responsible for the products you make using our products. You are responsible for testing, as well as with all safety matters concerning the products you make.*
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Disclaimer: The following ingredients have been provided by our manufacturer. We have not had these ingredients confirmed by an independent lab due to the fact that having reverse engineering done for each soap and every batch of soap we buy from the manufacturer would be far too cost prohibitive for our small company. Natures Garden does not manufacturer or label our melt and pour soap bases; our manufacturer does this. Our soap bases are manufactured in a facility that also manufactures melt and pour soap bases that contain propylene glycol. It is a possibility that our bases, whether listed on the label or not, contain propylene glycol. The process of making melt and pour soap is proprietary information that only the manufacturer knows. All of the soaps listed below are considered "SOAP", and are regulated by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Our manufacturer is under no obligation to provide an ingredient listing for "soap", but he did so as a courtesy to our customers. As long as you do not make any claims besides these soap bases being "soap", you are not required to list the ingredients on your labels. For "soap" (not cosmetics), the Consumer Product Safety Commission mandates that the following information be listed on your label:
  1. Text on the package that identifies the product as "Soap"
  2. Name and address of your business
  3. Net weight of product


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A viewer from IN, USA
Review rating is 1
Hard to melt. Got foamy. Turned into a stringy mess. Set up as I was pouring. Now I have a slop of unusable soap and have to find more. Waste of money.
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horrendous soap

A viewer from akron OH
Review rating is 1
gave a chance since reviews are back n forth -- well this soap Sucks. never fully melts, just clumpy chunky mess then gets a film almost immediately once it actually starts to melt [talking over 3-4 min in 30 sec checks] if you try to Stir it, it turns into a stringy and gummy disaster. wasted entire 2 lb trying to make one 5 oz test batch successfully- which never happened. I took pics of how bad it is but unfortunately they don't do photo reviews
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