This is my natural soap log. You can cut out 5-6 standard size bars or cut them into smaller portions and use them for children or as guest soaps. I love the fact that I can cut whatever size I want whenever I run out. Now that I have used natural soap I could never go back to the store bought soap with all the chemicals, fragrances and unknown additives. I just want soap. No swirls or crazy colours, fluff, shavings and gimmicks. Just pure soap.
What’s In A Natural Soap Log?
I was drawn into the wonderful world of natural oils such as olive, coconut and palm oil. These oils produce a very mild soap that feels gorgeous on the skin. We also use sunflower and castor oil because of their special conditioning qualities and the silky, creamy lather they produce. A perfect baby’s soap and for anyone with sensitive skin or skin conditions like eczema. It’s comforting to know exactly what is going into each soap bar.
How Is A Soap Log Made?
Making soap is wonderful. Im hooked. Firstly I melt the oils together. Then I mix the oils with lye which transforms the oils into soap through a process called saponification. I beat them together until thick and creamy and then cook the mixture using a slow cooker. When I see that it looks like vaseline I pour it into moulds and let it set overnight. The next day I hand cut them into either logs or bars. I finish by pressing my stamp into each side of the soaps. I’m very proud of what I make. I know its safe and pure for everyone to use.
Get More Out Of Your Natural Soap Log
You can cut a natural soap log into bars of any size making between 8 and 30 bars of soap. Perfect for smaller hands and for your guests.