Sweat free - Extra soft
Glycerin soap base - melt & pour soap - white - sweat free - Claranol Opaque - GGB32
We removed this article from the range because of the growing number of complaints related to the quality of the product.
SoapQueen is known for the good quality soap. We would like to keep it that way.
That's why we recommend using a much better quality Crystal base instead of the Claranol base.
Advice: Comparable soap with of much better quality: white - sweat free - Crystal WLS - GGB02
Description: This white and "extra soft" sweat free melt & pour soap is especially designed for decorative ends. Ideal for the creation of soap chains, decorative soaps and suitable for cosmetic ends as well.
In molten state this soap is extra thin, which makes this soap utterly suitable for very detailed and little soap shapes.
This soap has a lower melting temperature than other melt & pour soaps. Meaning that it takes longer for the soap to solidify. This gives the users more time to work with the soap and at a higher environmental temperature the soap stays tender for a longer period.
The cooling area may not be warmer day 25 degrees Celsius. At warmer temperatures, the soap must be cooled to recover again.
Use maximum 3% perfume or odor oil for this soap. In case of excessive additions, the soap is no longer hard enough.
Packaging: Solid block of 11 kg in a sturdy plastic bucket with a clip-fixed lid.
When multiple packing units are ordered it is possible to combine white and transparent soap with the same price advantage. Please leave your preference in the comment section. (step 2 out of 4 in the ordering module)
- vegetal basis.
- no parabenen.
- clear basis ensures a nice white color.
- very well foaming.
- superior color stability, even at high temperatures.
- neutral fragrance and optimal fragrance carrier.
- lower melt temperature and longer work time.
- soft structure and easy to adapt.
- superior decorative characteristics.
- sweat free formula*
*Sweat-free: even a sweat-free soap has the likelihood to perspire in certain circumstances. Using fragrance oils or colorants from another brand or supplier, or exceeding the maximum melting temperature of 65 degrees Celsius can cause sweating of the soap. A third cause for perspiring is when too much water is added, which puts the formula out of balance. Since we do not have the option to control whether this soap is edited correctly or not, we cannot guarantee for 100% that this soap will not perspire.
The microwave increases the chance of sweating as well as the temperature on some parts of the soap will raise far too high, which also causes the imbalance of the formula. The presence of fragrance oils and colorants increases the chance that the soap perspires as well.
Keep in mind that the so-called ‘sweat’ is not similar to condensation or moisture during the cooling process.
Sweat = moisture deriving from the soap forming droplets on the surface of the soap.
Condensing = moisture from air on a product which is brought from a cold setting into a warmer one.
Ingredients (INCI): Aqua, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Stearate, Glycerin, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Laurate, Sorbitol, Sodium Xylenesulfonate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Stearic Acid, Lauric Acid, Titanium Dioxide, Tetrasodium EDTA, Tetrasodium Etidronate.
Producer: Stephenson Group