* Ours is made from palm oil.
INCI: Sodium Palmate, Sodium Palm Kernelate, Sodium Stearate, Sodium Chloride, Glycerin, Tetrasodium EDTA, Etidronic Acid, Aqua
Appearance: Cream yellow
Ionization: Weak anion
pH Value: 9.5~10.5 (1% aqueous solution)
Solubility: It is easily soluble in warm water.
Soap noodles are blended with other raw materials such as fragrances and coloring to eventually made into soap as the final product.
Used to produce Multipurpose soap which can be used for both laundry, bathing and the washing of hands.
Suggested Method of use:
1. Weigh Noodles and place into jug, lightly cover and place in microwave to begin the cooking - keep the noodles covered except when mixing
2. Heat in bursts of 30 seconds to 1 minute - Note that small amounts can quickly burn in a microwave, so do not leave the soap noodles unattended.
3. Prepare liquids and additives and set aside
4. Check the noodles frequently, and if they are starting to look a little translucent remove and begin to squish and crush them. If they are still too hard, continue heating in short bursts until you reach that stage
5. Once they have reached that stage add the liquid ingredients except for the fragrance or essential oil and colourant
6. When you have achieved a thick paste, add the fragrance, adjust the liquid content as desired
7. Add the colour, small amounts at a time, until you reach a colour depth you are happy with
8. Scoop into the mould cavities - tap each one to ensure the air bubbles are expelled, and move onto the next one
9. Place the moulds straight into the freezer and leave for about 15 minutes or so
10. Remove and allow 5 minutes on the work table to allow the mould to warm up to room temperature (or you'll crack the mould)
11. Tap out the soaps. If it's difficult you can loosen them with a blunt edged knife and if they still don't fall out, back to the freezer for them as they have not chilled down sufficiently to remove from the mould.
12. If you are working with just one mould sheet, don't forget to keep the rest of the mixture warm in between batches.