Many people are interested in the production process of our soaps. Whether you are an investor, a customer, or just curious about what we do, there is a lot to know about soap production.
Soap production starts with sourcing oils and butters. These ingredients contain the scents that will go into the final item. They also affect how hard or soft the soap will be.
The mixture of oils and butters is then heated up to create soap lye and glycerin, which is used in all types of toiletries for its ability to bind water with oil and make skin moisturized and supple.
Once their mixture has cooled down enough, it becomes a thick liquid called “lye” that can be poured into molds to form bars of soap that weigh around 3 pounds each. The bars are then left on racks overnight to make sure they harden up enough before they go through a cutting process where they are cut into smaller pieces so they can.
When it comes to soap production, there is a lot of work that needs to be done before the soap is ready for sale. Soap production can create jobs for many different people in a business.
There are many steps before the soap is ready for sale, and many people are needed to complete these steps. These people include: chemists, stock millers, lye makers, degreasers, box makers and labelers.
The soap is available in five fragrances – Jasmine, Lavender, Rose, Tea Tree and Citrus.
This section provides information about the five fragrances of soap that are produced by the company.
We produce soap in 5 fragrances, each one with its own specific properties.
These 5 fragrances are:
– Lavender and rosemary: it is ideal for the ones who want to relieve stress and have a good sleep. It also has purifying properties that help to remove toxins from the body surface.
– Eucalyptus: it is ideal for those who suffer from respiratory problems or sinusitis. It helps to regulate breathing and get rid of phlegm in the chest and sinuses so that breathing normalizes again.
– Mint: it is perfect for those who have skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, acne or dry skin because this fragrance aids in the regeneration of keratinocytes and stimulates oil production in the sebaceous glands of our skin.
– Tea tree oil: it is a very powerful anti – bacteria agent that can eliminate bacteria that cause infections within minutes by attacking them through two mechanisms
One of the most important steps in soap production is the fragrance process. In this step, we create five different fragrances and then add them to our soap.
– The process of soap production is quite complex and it involves converting fats or oils into soap.
– Fats are either animal, vegetable, or a mixture of the two. Vegetable oils can be used to make soap but they have to be boiled with an alkali for a long time before they become suitable for making soap.
– There are large companies that produce soap in different variations with different fragrances and colors. But there are also small factories that produce only one type of soap where the fragrance and colors have to be mixed before use.