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The Ultimate Guide to Hot Process Soap-

There are so many different soap dough recipes online, but most of them fall into two categories: made from a commercial product or cold process. You can’t control the ingredients that are in soap dough recipes made from commercial products like liquid body wash and liquid soap. They are often filled with detergents and other synthetic chemicals that may not be safe for use and you can’t select the ingredients you want in your soap. Cold process soap dough recipes are a great option for creating your own recipe with your choice of ingredients, but it requires a waiting period between the creation process and time of use. Cold process soap dough ingredients also come into contact with the NaOH and you can’t control which oils that remain unsaponified in the recipe.

With our UG2HP soap play-dough recipe, you can create a natural vegan palm-free soap dough recipe made from moisturizing plant oils and butter, select which oil you would like to use as the superfat that will remain in your soap, create your recipe in just a few short minutes using HP.... and the best part, you can use it as soon as you make it! This is a great way to make bath time fun, create unique and original embeds, use your lace or fondant mat and so much more!

The recipe can be made with HTHP (High-Temperature Hot Process) or LTHP (Low-Temperature Hot Process) depending on your skills and knowledge as a hot process soap maker. In the video below, I use HTHP, a process that involves high temperatures and continuous mechanical mixing. For those who are interested in learning about making hot process soap, including this soap dough recipe and how to formulate your own hot process recipes, please check out our book The Ultimate Guide to Hot Process Soap. It has over 18 chapters packed full of information about soap history, soap science (chemistry, physics, thermodynamics), saponification, fatty acids, soap properties, acids, bases, pH, soap phases, crystallization, superfatting, lye safety, curing, water discounting, additives, formulating recipes, soap calculators, and so much more. It also has step-by-step instructions, images, and videos on how to make and formulate your very own low-temperature hot process soap and fluid hot process soap. Fluid hot process soap is one of the most popular methods of soap making right now and it is made possible by the fundamentals of soap science, chemistry, and physics.

Each purchase comes with access to our Members Blog, customer support, a video library, recipe book, and continuing education articles.  This book will truly change your thought process on the hot process!

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Soapee - The Ultimate Guide to Hot Proce
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