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Whipped Soap Base

Friday, November 29th, 2013

whipped soap baseThe wait is finally over; Natures Garden received a new product last week that we know you are just going to love:  Whipped Soap Base.  This product will have your creative juices flowing with all of the fun possibilities you can produce.  The bright white whipped soap base is quite an amazing product and has a shelf life of 1 year.  The base alone has a rich, foaming lather with bubbles great and small. Who knew washing could be so much fun!

The whipped soap base is a great by itself, but it is even better when it is scented with body safe fragrance oil and colored.  But, the fun doesn’t stop there.  Whipped Soap Base has a variety of uses when other ingredients like sugar or melt and pour soap are added to the mix.

Whipped Soap Base can be used to make an array of finished products.  Treat your product line with new delightful body goodies like foaming body frosting, foaming sugar scrubs, whipped shaving creams, and even soap frostings.  The list could go on and on.

To use Natures Garden’s whipped soap base, simply weigh out the amount you need.  Whip it with a hand held mixer.  Add fragrance oil and soap colorants if desired.  Then, easily spoon it right into the jars you are packaging it in.  It really is just that simple.

There are two points that should be mentioned.  When mixing the whipped soap base, you will want to make sure you have a nice deep mixing bowl.  Also, if you selected to scent your whipped soap base with a fragrance oil that has a high vanillin content, you will want to also use Vanilla White Color Stabilizer to help reduce discoloration in your end product.

The finished bath and body products feel incredible!  The luxurious lather leaves your skin feeling moisturized and silky smooth.  And, one of the greatest attributes of this product is that once packaged, it does not extensively deflate over time. 

To view any of the recipes using this product, simply click on the links, or view Natures Garden’s website.  In the free recipes and classes area, you will find a variety of recipes and steps to create fabulously fun projects.