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In-Stock Oil Blends
for Cold-Processed Soap

The most important part of any soap formula is the combinations of fats/oils; that is the base of the soap formula. Remember – it is all about the base. The oils used in soap impact all defining factors in the finished product: Hardness, Lather, Cleansing, Long Lasting, Moisturizing properties. Think of your oils as the canvas for a painting. You must have that foundation to support everything else added to soap to create the bar’s characteristics.

We offer two amazing base oil blends that we have produced millions of bars with:

The Trinity Blend 

Made from Olive, Coconut, and RSPO Palm Oil
It is called trinity blend because this is the three most popular oils used to make soap and it produces an amazing bar of soap that is hard and cleansing with a stable lather.

Castile Blend

Olive, Coconut, and Castor Oil
Olive oil creates a moisturizer that forms a “breathable” layer on the skin, preventing loss of internal moisture. It also produces small, silky bubbles and contributes hardness to the bar. Olive oil was used for centuries to make traditional 100% “castile” soap. That is why we call this our castile blend. It is olive oil blended with the cleaning power of coconut oil, and the rich lather of castor.

In-Stock Additives

The addition of additives is what creates the scent, texture, or color of the bar. It is also what the branding of the bar focuses on. The key ingredients and the fragrance profile are the key to any successful soap brand.

Additives as Oils or Butters

The oil or butter additives are added under 10% of the formula. These ingredients create moistening properties and would be considered key ingredients.

Castor Oil

Acts as a humectant by attracting and retaining moisture to the skin. Also contributes lots of bubbles to soap — a “bubble booster.” Use this if you want rich lather.

Safflower Oil

This is a fatty acid — it is a mild and moisturizing oil.

Sunflower Oil

Rich in vitamin E, provides skin conditioning for dry skin.

Avocado Oil

Rich in vitamins A, D, & E as well as amino acids and protein. Wonderfully moisturizing and excellent for anyone with extremely sensitive skin, mature, or damaged skin from the elements.

Neem Oil

Used in pet soap shampoo bars to repel fleas and ticks, natural bug repellant in “people” in soap.  Adds hardness and skin conditioning.

Hemp Seed Oil

Rich with vitamins A, B, D and E and is rich in fatty acids, amino acids, and proteins. Produces a stable and conditioning lather.

Pumpkin Seed Oil

Good for all skin types rich in antioxidants and essential fatty acids as well as elevated levels of Vitamins A, C & E. 

Argan Oil

Rich in essential fatty acids, omega 6 and vitamin E. 

Jojoba Oil

It is a liquid wax rather than an oil. Commonly used in shampoo bars for its conditioning properties. Jojoba is highly resistant to rancidity — can lend those properties to other oils thereby extending shelf life as well. 

Shea Butter

Great for adding moisture and nourishing the skin, leaving lots of skin conditioning emollients in soap. 

Cocoa Butter

Made from the same bean as chocolate and cocoa. Cocoa butter is a by-product of making chocolate. When used in soap, it puts down a protective layer that holds moisture to the skin, acting as a softener. 

Additives for Bar Enhancement

These are additives used to enhance the quality of the bar.

  • Zeolite Clay
  • Kaolin Clay
  • Bentonite Clay
  • Alaskan Glacial Clay
  • Sea Salt

  • Goats Milk
  • Oat Milk
  • Honey
  • Beer
  • Yogurt

  • Matcha Powder
  • Turmeric Powder
  • Aloe Vera Powder
  • Dead Sea Mineral Mud
  • Coconut Cream Powder  

Additional Additives

  • Fragrance Oils
  • Essential Oils
  • Natural Colorants
  • Natural Exfoliants
  • Natural Decorations

Soap Bar Shapes & Sizes

Block Molds

Block molds are the most cost effective and produce constant shape bars with smooth sides, but they are for larger volume depending on the bar size most block produce over 300 soap bars.

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