Bulk 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 for the skin. And we have managed to keep the same low price as our white and clear bulk bases!
This base comes in a 25 pound block which is encased in a plastic bag inside of a box. The soap is poured directly into the box by the soap maker so there are usually little bubbles or foam at the top of the block. For tips on how to cut and handle the large block and maximize the amount of soap in the bag, click here for a step-by-step tutorial on cutting the Bulk Soap Base.
For 400 pound quantities and larger we have alternate shipping methods, including pallet options, that can save you money! Please feel free to contact us with the quantities you are interested in and the address you would like them shipped to. We offer free shipping on pallets to the contiguous U.S. Click here and order this product to get free shipping.
Ingredients: Common Name: Glycerin, Palm Oil, Coconut Oil, Lauric Acid, Aqua/Water/Eau, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sorbitol, Triethanolamine, Salt, Goat’s Milk Powder, EDTA, Titanium Dioxide Botanical Name: Glycerin, Elaeis Guineensis Oil, Cocus Nucifera Oil, Lauric Acid, Aqua/Water/Eau, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sorbitol, Triethanolamine, Sodium Chloride, Goat Milk, EDTA, Titanium Dioxide
Note: The ingredients on this list, provided to us by the manufacturer, have not been independently verified. The manufacturer uses a small number of processing aids during saponification that are proprietary, do not appear on the list, and are not disclosed
Reply from Bramble Berry Hi Carrie! I'm so glad you like this base! You can definitely remelt it and add more fragrance. That's one of the advantages of melt and pour! We recommend melting it on 20 to 30-second bursts in the microwave so it doesn't get too hot. Make sure to stir well in between each burst. Also, to find out how much fragrance to add to your soap, you can use our Fragrance Calculator. I'll be emailing you personally to discuss this!
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Natalie! To help exfoliants better suspend in your melt and pour, I would recommend adding them when your soap has cooled down to around 120-130 degrees. Adding your exfoliants when the soap is thicker will ensure they do not sink to the bottom of your soap :)
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