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Low Sweat (like Cold-Process) Melt and Pour Base (Clear) - A cold process melt and pour base? How can this be you ask? Our newest base allows you to enjoy the look of cold process in a Melt and Pour base! It is perfect for someone who wants to wrap their soap in paper. This soap base is clear base that does very well in humid climates with little to no sweating! This soap is not meant for embedding and water white projects. If you are looking for a base to embed with try our Clear Melt and Pour Soap Base and the “blueing” technique found in this Soap Queen TV episode.

Ingredients:
Common Name:  Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Safflower Oil, Glycerin (kosher, of vegetable origin), Aqua/Water/Eau, Sodium Hydroxide (saponifying agent), Sorbitol (moisturizer), Sorbitan oleate (emulsifier), Soy bean protein (conditioner) 
Botanical Name:  Cocos Nucifera Oil, Elaeis Guineensis Oil, Carthamus Tinctorius Oil, Glycerin, Aqua/Water/Eau, Sodium Hydroxide, Sorbitol, Sobitan Oleate, Glycine Soja Protein Extract

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

Reviews

Average Rating:
(based on 7 reviews)

Showing 1 - 5 of 7 Reviews:

by Gwendolyn
on 8/17/2014
Glycerin dew gone!
Everywhere I create soaps there is humidity. I am so happy with this soap as well as the white LCP base for all my soaping fun. They lather nicely, as well. I thought I'd have to stop soaping all together because of our travels to humid climates. Thank you, BB, for making this available to us!
by Jennifer
on 6/30/2014
Works Great
I didn't even think it was possible to get a clear base that didn't sweat! I decided to order 10 lbs and give it a shot and I am so glad I did. When the blocks came in, they were cloudier than the clear base I normally use, but I decided to go ahead and give it a try. Once melted and molded, it's much clearer. I have been letting the soap sit out for days now and no sweat at all. I am in the south and it's June so this is completely unheard of for me!
by Victoria
on 2/25/2014
Doesn't sweat but dries your skin
I bought the LCP Clear and White bases to try them out since my other bases had sweat before and I heard this was great. I found this soap to be perfect on the "not-sweating" part. But what I also found out was that it was very skin drying. I always test all my products before I sell them and unfortunately, I do not loved this base because it made my skin feel incredibly dry (unlike the goats milk and honey soap bases that I've also bought from Brambleberry). I tried combining this base with the goats milk base and it somehow also made it drying... (I also put almond oil, avocado oil, vitamin E and other stuff to make it more moisturizing and still didn't work) So, all in all, I do not recommend this soap as a moisturizing soap, but if you are looking for a soap that does not sweat this is great.

Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Victoria! I’m happy to hear that you found this base did not sweat, but I’m sorry to hear you found this base drying. We have always found this base to leave our skin feeling comfortable. The cold winter weather certainly does not help :)

by Carleigh
on 9/14/2013
Turned Cloudy
9/14/13 Update: I've used this soap for a little while now (I bought 10 pounds of it) and I've learned a few things. First, it's not meant to be a clear soap to use for embedding objects into. However, it works great to use to MAKE soapy embeds to then embed into other soap. (It does not stay clear upon cooling, but rather turns cloudy.) Second, it forms a skin FAST. I mean fast. After a minute or two of it being melted down it starts to form a skin. According to the soaping wizards at Brambleberry, the hotter you get this soap, the faster the skin forms. This made it hard to cool to the right temperature to pour layers with, but again it wouldn't matter if you use it to make embeds or solid-colored bars, or as your first layer, or on an already cooled layer. so there are ways around it. All in all, after using it for a while, I have revised my opinion and I think I would buy it again.
by Becka
on 9/11/2013
Excellent Base - No Sweating
The LCP soap bases are my 'go-to' MP soap bases. Unless another type is specified in my recipes, I always use these. They're solid, extra hard and have the look and feel of commercial soaps. Rub these guys on a scrubby sponge you've got awesome lather and foam. Add to it I've never had them sweat (Even sitting on the tub-side) and they're a shoo-in.
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