Melt and Pour Soap Bases
Bramble Berry offers a wide variety of Melt and Pour soap bases. Our bulk melt and pour bases are an exclusive Bramble Berry product that offers quality soap at a very economical price. We also carry other brands of economical soap bases.
Our Bramble Berry soap bases offer a selection of high quality soaps that use natural oils and contain no SLS.
Try something a little different! Check out our Aloe, Honey, Olive Oil, Shea butter or Goatmilk bases.
Olive Oil Melt & Pour Base - This translucent base contains a full 20% of kosher grade A Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Due to the high content of olive ...click to read more
Organic Melt and Pour Base - Our Organic Soap base is made using 100% Organic Oils of Coconut and Palm. This is a beautiful and clear soap base with ...click to read more
Bulk Clear Melt and Pour Base - Our clear bulk base is perfect for embedding objects or creating soap with radiantly deep color. This base comes in a ...click to read more
Bulk Goat Milk Melt and Pour BaseBulk Goat Milk Melt and Pour Base - Our Goat milk bulk base is a creamy off-white opaque soap. Goat milk is a luxurious ingredient which is moisturizing ...click to read more
Bulk White Melt and Pour Base - Our white bulk base is a pure white opaque soap. Also great for creating delicately pastel colored soaps. This base comes ...click to read more
Shaving Melt and Pour Base - Our shaving soap has lots of luxurious lather with none of the chemicals that most soap bases rely on! This soap base is ...click to read more
Shea Melt and Pour Base - (5% naturally crushed shea butter added) This is a white soap base with added shea butter. It gives off a creamy lather while ...click to read more
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White Melt and Pour Soap Base - Terrific for creating your own soap without the wait involved with Cold Process. Melt and pour soapcasting also allows....click to read more
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