Cold Process Soap Making

Similar to Traditional Soap Making


An oil mixture and lye solution are combined at a specific temperature.


When combining the alkaline (lye) and acid (oil mixture), a chemical reaction occurs. By constant stirring, the solution is neutralized ('saponified'), resulting in a thick, creamy mixture.


The thickened liquid is poured into prepared moulds and left to cure for 4 - 10 weeks.

The Cold Process of Soap Making ensures that the glycerine, a valuable product of the soap making process, remains in the finished soap.

The Ideal Gift

Suitable for the whole family, we offer fifteen 125gm bars for only R390.00 excl. P&P..

Sample Packs

Not sure what to order?

We offer sample packs containing four assorted 125gm soaps for R180.00 which includes post and packing (via SA Post Office) to any part of South Africa.

Vintage Soap Box

A wide selection - try the Vintage Soap Box.

A farmerís market box of 1,5kg (R270.00 excl. P&P) or 2kg (R360.00 excl. P&P) of unlabelled soaps from our older stock which includes guest and full size bars!