Soap making

More and more attention is being paid to personal care. By this we don't just mean washing and bathing, but enjoying it! Enjoying a lovely hot bath with luxurious bath caviar, a shower with smoothly foaming shower gel, a refreshing shave or a relaxing massage.

Today, consumers are more likely to note the origin of care products when they purchase them. Because of this, the demand for small-scale but responsibly manufactured products has grown. With our pure ingredients, effective equipment and safe working methods, you can easily make traditional soap.

Whether you are making moulded soap, mixing liquid soap or bath salts, or making bars of soap with our soap machine, you will always create products conforming to the highest quality-, hygiene-, safety and legal demands.

As a traditional soap maker, you can create products that are a cut above the rest in shape, aroma and colour. What's more, the possibilities for adding 'something extra' to your soap, using special packaging, decoration or personalisation, are endless.

Making moulded soap:

Melt small pieces of mould soap.

Add the scented oil and colouring.

Pour the soap into the synthetic mould and allow it to cool.

Remove the soap from the mould and rework it if necessary.

Making liquid soap or bath soap:

Measure out scented oil and colouring.

Gradually add the liquid soap base or bath salt and mix well.

Place in packaging container.

Making bars of soap using the soap machine:

Mix the scented oil and colouring throughout the measured amount of soap pellets.

Pass the soap through the soap machine the required number of times (cutting off spaghetti).

Connect the desired template plate and make a block of shaped soap.

Cut the shaped block into handy bars.

Stamp the warm soap and allow it to harden.