Snow White Base
This Soap is a beautiful Snow White that has lots of lather. It is the Whitest Soap on the market.
Our Glycerin Melt & Pour Soap is considered the best on the market. The clear is ultra clear and the white is "snow white". It has tons of bubbles and "sweats" very little....this is something all crafters love!
Snow White M&P Soap Base by the pound
1 lb (3.25 per lb)
2 lbs (3.25 per lb)
3 lbs (3.10 per lb)
4 lbs (2.95 per lb)
5 lbs (2.80 per lb)
10 lbs (2.65 per lb)
12 lbs (2.50 per lb)
|Ingredients: Propylene Glycol (Comes from glycerol, a natural moisturizing material) Water, Sodium Stearate (Natural fatty component to soap, vegetable base), Glycerin (Humectant, naturally produced during soapmaking process) Sodium Laureth Sulfate (Derived from Coconut Oil, natural cleansing agent) Sorbitol (Found in ripe berries from mountain ash trees, adds creaminess) Sodium Myristate (Foaming agent from vegetable fatty acids, natural organic acid) Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (Coconut oil base, Mild surfactant) Triethanolamine (Emulsifier, made from vegetable fat) Vitamin E|
No Artificial Preservatives
White base also has titanium dioxide
We do not recommend adding Soapmaking oils & butters to mp soap as they will significantly decrease your lather.
Directions Melt soap in double boiler or microwave oven. DO NOT let the soap boil. Add no more than 1 tablespoon of fragrance oil or 1 teaspoon of essential oil per pound of soap. Pour into mold and let rest until solid. Unmold and wrap immediately.
Note Big block measures 13 x 11.5 x 6 inches. Picture displays a finished bar of soap.
SAVE ON SHIPPING - You do not have order all soap. You can mix & match, but your order has to be at least 200 lbs
How to use this HUNDREDWEIGHT CHART:
1. Take your pounds divided by 100
2. Then take that number times it by your ZONE dollar amount number
200 lbs / 100 = 2 (300lbs / 100 = 3)
2 x $ (your zone -zip code) = your rate
EXAMPLE: California 91350 (zone 7) - ordering 200 pounds of soap
Approximate Costs - $ 74.20 (this might not be EXACT = other factors and locations differ) 300 lbs would cost approximately $111.30