When you are making soap as a hobby, following the recipe is easy. However, when you are making soaps for your soap shop you’ll need to make larger batches in order to efficiently meet your demand. In order to do so, you’ll have to alter the soap recipe measurements, which can be tricky at times.
It’s important to know how much your soap mold can hold. It’s also important to measure out the oil ratio with water and how much lye in order for them to properly mix. If done incorrectly, too much oil can prevent the soap from hardening and too much lye can be harmful to skin. For a full guide on how to resize and covert soap recipes into bigger batches, please click here:: Resizing and Converting Soap Recipes