Eco-Friendly Cold Process Soap Recipe + Instructions

Some people are wary about creating cold process soap, but the recipe is simple, and can even be environmentally friendly. Not only does the recipe eliminate the use of palm oil, which can be harmful for nature, but it also uses recycled molds. The main ingredients involved are sodium hydroxide, distilled water, coconut oil, Shea butter, olive oil, and castor oil. After the soap has been created, it’s important to give it a cure time of at least twenty-eight days before use.

Key Takeaways:

  • Soap making can be expensive, so the fewer ingredients you use, the more money you’ll save.
  • Many soap recipes include oils and butters that are naturally a deep yellow or even greenish-yellow in color.
  • If having pure white bars is important for you, make sure to use pomace olive oil instead of extra virgin olive oil in the recipe.

“I know that a lot of people are hesitant to make cold process soap so I’ve made the recipe as easy to follow as possible. It includes only four soap making oils, water, and Sodium hydroxide. No fragrance, no additives, nothing extra.”

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