Soap base: which to choose? Part 2

Shea Butter, Oatmeal, Coconut Milk. Today we will talk about these soap bases.


soap base for soap making

In a previous article on soap making, we discussed three soap bases: Goat milk, Ultra clear and White. Go to the article if you are interested in reading their benefits and uses.


Let's continue!


Shea Butter:

cubes soap base shea butter

The Shea Butter soap base contains two oils: shea butter and coconut oil. The oils in the composition moisturize and saturate the skin. The soap base is suitable for all skin types, especially dry and sensitive skin. The white matte shade of the base allows you to do without staining, minimizing the proportion of synthetic substances.



Oatmeal:

cubes soap base oatmeal

Oatmeal base nourishes and moisturizes the skin, and also has an exfoliating effect. The cellulose and fiber from the oats make an effective skin soother for itchy, irritated dry skin. Soap on such a soap base will clean the skin well, leaving a feeling of cleanliness and freshness. It is melt and pour soap base for soap-making, SLS/SLES free.



Coconut Milk:

coconut milk soap base

"Coconut milk" soap base will make your soap gentle and soft to the touch. This is also a ready to use soap base, but if you add your favorite essential oil or carrier oil, it will be a lovely soap.

Coconut milk soap base is vitamin and nutrient-dense with excellent moisturizing abilities.

Anti-microbial and deep-cleaning qualities can help relieve redness and swelling.




All three soap bases are organic, moisturize the skin thanks to glycerin, and foams well.


Velona has a variety of sizes of soap bases: 2 lbs to 25 lb.

Choose your suitable size.