This base allows a customer to make "cold process" style soap without the need to handle Sodium Hydroxide / Lye. Most rebatch bases turn into a putty like material when melted and are difficult to mold. This product actually liquifies when melted making it much easier to pour into molds. * **Please note: while this is a "melt and pour" product, it requires a double boiler or slow cooker as it is not microwaveable* It is important to note that we supply the base as a solid block, in order to get it to look like the picture you would need to shave it yourself with a cheese grater.
Certificate No. BMT-RSPO-000008
*Made with 100% RSPO certified segregated sustainable Palm Oil and Palm Kernel Oil
**Derived from the Palm Oil and Palm Kernel Oil, during the soap making Process
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Posted by Barbara Fusco on 22nd Mar 2018
Melted this soap in the crock pot to make a cocoa butter/coconut oil, strawberry puree rebatch soap that came out fantastic.
Posted by THOMAS HUNT on 1st Nov 2017
Fantastic soap! I melted down the rebatch in a crock pot, then added about 3/4 cup of milk for each pound of rebatch. Silky smooth. Will buy again.
Posted by deb on 17th Aug 2017
This is a great soap for those of you that make their own laundry detergent. Easily grated with a zester, it dries much better and faster than many others I have tried. It also dissolves nicely in the machine.
Posted by Sandy on 7th May 2016
I have used various re batch before this one shreds very easiy and very well. I love the end results and if your a beginner it's very easy to use. I personally use the crock pot method. Love my end results.
Posted by sandy laczynski on 3rd May 2016
After trying a few other rebatch methods. I was thrilled to see my results with this brand . Love all the soap bases from Stephenson . It's a lovely mmelt, thick , creamy and easy to work with . I also loved that is has no smell. My additives actually smell like they should in the soap . Love!!!!!!
Posted by Tracy Wilmoth on 30th Jan 2016
Just started making my own soap this past year and this was the first product I bought. I have made several batches and they all turned out great and smelled wonderful. I would recommend this product especially for beginners like myself who want to avoid the Lye(s).
Posted by Unknown on 30th Jan 2016
I was a bit skeptical as I have never seen rebatching come out smooth,however, this product DOES liquefy, though its very thick, so liquefy isnt the right word...moreso becomes a "smoother" product. This product is great indeed if you want to do all the swirling techniques; you do have to work faster than normal , but here are a few tips that you might want to consider doing: 1) Add 1 cup per pound of grated rebatch base; this WILL liquefy the product,and your cure time will be an additional ten days to 14 days,but you will get a VERY smooth easily swirlable product. This is a DREAM for a semi rustic Oatmeal Milk and Honey soap. If you want a semi thick base, simply decrease milk to half cup per pound of base.You cam get a smooth creamy base in the oven as well,using the one cup per pound of base,but you simply add the milk (I use reconstituted goats milk) stir, leave overnight then add one more cup in the morning, and put in a preheated 200F oven for about an hour and a half;the finished product on any of these applications is VERY similar to cold process, the oven one being near identical. Lathers like a dream. Good stuff; a definite keeper indeed, for created MORE than the mere rustic look you would normally get from a rebatch!