This starter kit is a great way for both adults and kids to start soap making. An included step by step procedure and a link to an instructive youtube video will ensure you can produce your first bar of soap without any delay.
In this set you will find:
500g soap mix
5g mica colouring
coconut fibre soap rest
5 paper bags
5 Handmade with Love stickers
Your creativity and imagination is encouraged. Included is some mica and fragrance but you can make it with no additives for a more eco friendly soap. Why not add some natural ingredients such as oats or coffee beans. We have included a soup mould but other household products such as an empty milk carton can also be used. Be imaginative and see what moulds you can discover around your house. And don't forget to share your creations with us.
How long should I melt the mix in the microwave?
It depends on how much of the mix you will put in the glass jug. For 100g, 20 seconds is a good starting time, but this can vary depending on your microwave. Make sure the soap doesn't boil in the jug. Remove it from the microwave after 20 seconds and stir it with a spoon. If there are still some lumps, you can place in microwave and run for a further 10 second and check. You may need to do this a few more times before you get a nice smooth mixture.
How much fragrance and mica should I add?
You will need about 1ml of fragrance per 100grams and a small dash of mica. The amount will depend on the final colour you would like to achieve.
What temperature should the mix should be before I pour to the mould?
It shouldn't be more than 70C.
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