- 3 lbs cocoa butter glycerin soap base
- 2 trays of decorative soap molds with four different designs
- 3 soap colorants that can be used to make a multitude of shades
- Essential oils (lavender, cedarwood, blood orange)
- Instruction booklet
Learn how to make your own luxurious cocoa butter soap with a kit from Grow and Make! This fun and easy kit includes everything you need to create up to 16 bars of natural soap from scratch.
Our Deluxe Cocoa Butter Soap Making Kit includes an opaque melt and pour glycerin soap base with pure cocoa butter for a gentle cleanse. This unscented, hypoallergenic, non-comedogenic, biodegradable soap base is great for leaving skin moisturized but clean, whether used as a hand soap or a bath soap. It is gluten-free, soy-free, and vegan. Leave unscented in its natural form, or use 3 included essential oils for a light, refreshing fragrance – soothing lavender, earthy cedarwood, and rejuvenating blood orange! Mix 3 soap dyes to create endless shades so you can add your own personal flair to each soap bar design. An included pipette makes adding colorants simple and avoids a mess.
For makers who want to avoid harsh chemicals or allergens, this all-natural soap base will cleanse and nourish like no other!
A homemade melt and pour soap kit is an excellent gift for crafting enthusiasts and anyone interested in creating the highest-quality skincare.
Handcrafted in Portland, Oregon, USA
Great product, easy to use.
Very Nice Kit
Very nice kit
I had a problem with my order and Customer Service at Grow and Make resolved it immediately! Excellent product and excellent service!
I sent this to my sister for a birthday gift. She absolutely loved it. She plans on making soap for herself and gifts for others. nice product! I plan on getting a kit for myself.
We had never made soap before but used this kit with a group of 9-10 year olds. We didn't bother using the thermometer but just melted the soap in the microwave. Each individual soap takes 3 ounces, and we had no trouble getting 16 soaps filling to the top of each mold. The fragrances are a nice selection (the kids' favorite was the blood orange). The gold coloring was only enough to make a single cream colored soap, but the red and green were strong enough to make both light and dark soaps. The designs are really "classy" looking, and we're already planning to do this again for teachers gifts next Christmas.