How Do You Make Clear Glycerin Soap?
Learning to craft your own handmade natural soaps is an enjoyable hobby. Like any great pastime, soap-making allows the creator ample personal creativity with each project. Once the basics are mastered, no two soap makers formulate their soaps in exactly the same way. Most beginning soap makers start by making clear glycerin soap. Glycerin is a substance that is prized for its ability to draw water from the air. This property causes glycerin to be a valued component in soaps, lotions and creams. Glycerin-based personal care products are richly moisturizing and gentle. In this article, you will learn how to make clear glycerin soap based on the “melt-and-pour” technique. This method is among the least complex and is ideal for anyone new to soap-crafting. Melt-and-pour clear glycerin soap is ready for use as soon as it cools, because it is designed to harden at the same time, unlike traditional lye-based methods, which can sometimes take many days to cure. Cut the glycerin soap base into