How to Make Soap on Soap Queen TV

In this episode of Soap Queen TV, I get back to the basics of soap making. Melt & pour soap is the perfect place to start if you are just learning to make your own bath and beauty products. It’s safe, easy and very forgiving; if you make a mistake, just melt the soap and try again. Using the Three Gems Mold to create three different soap, this episode covers embedding, layers and swirling in melt and pour. Want to dive even further into melt and pour techniques? The Basics of Melt and Pour Series has you covered!

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  1. hossam says

    1- im from Egypt i have a problem with the name of raw materials that you used,may be it available her with another name i hope you tell me the chemical name not commercial specially type of color you use cause different places ,
    2-how i can get clear melt pour base,what type of oil and amounts that you use
    thank you

  2. Debbie Milner says

    I love making melt and pour soap but I continue to have problems keeping the scent in the bars. I have doubled the amount of essential oils, replicated other recipes and still after as short as one week the beautiful scent is gone. What am I doing wrong or is this one of the downfalls of M&P soap making?
    I appreciate any suggestions.

  3. says

    Thank you for this nice refresher on M&P. I do mostly CP NOW, BUT MY 10 year old daughter is taking up M&P. She loves it! She’s already selling her soaps, and learning to put money aside for supplies. She watches all your videos, so she’ll love this new one!!
    Thanks Again!


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