Cold Process and Melt and Pour are the two most common methods of making handmade soaps. But what’s the difference between them? And which one should you choose?
Depending on the ingredients you use, cold process soap making typically yields a long-lasting bar of soap. Cold process soaps are better for the environment, healthier for the skin and can be made incredibly moisturising with limitless designs and recipes.
The one we believe creates the best quality bar of soap is called the cold process method. Passed down through generations, the cold process soap making method creates gentle soaps that cured over 4 to 6 weeks produces a long-lasting bar with ultimate moisturization.
The 5 Benefits of Cold Process Soap:
- The Creamy Feel
- Powerfully Natural
- Intensive Scent
- Luxurious Lather
- Creatively Colorful
The sensory experience of cold process soap is unlike anything you’ll get from commercially-made alternatives. With no artificial ingredients or drying detergents, cold process natural soaps have a luxuriously creamy lather that perfectly pampers your skin every day.