SOAP MAKING SUPPLIES

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Shay and Company is your vendor for premier wholesale soap making supplies. We offer several different melt-and-pour soap bases, in a variety of sizes. We also have all the natural and organic oils, butters, and therapeutic grade essential oils that you would need to customize your soap bars.

You can feel confident in the quality of soap making ingredients for your products!

We have a variety of melt and pour soap bases starting in 2 pound sizes.

You can find all the extra moisture-adding soap making ingredients like shea, mango, or cocoa butter under the Butters Category.

We have four different kinds of coconut oils and two versions of RSPO palm for your soap formulas. If you’re looking to create a palm-free soap bar, we offer organic Babassu oil, which is an ideal alternative to palm oil! We also offer a supreme pomace olive oil for soap making.

You can find all the extra moisture-adding goodies such as shea, mango, or cocoa butter under the Butters Category.

All our fragrances are designed to be used in soaps without accelerating them, but we do not guarantee they won’t affect your batches a little. We do our best, but no one is perfect. Each fragrance listing will give you the top, middle and low notes, along with full information about what is and isn’t in each of our fragrances, including the percentage of vanillan and the color of the oil. We have IFRA’s attached for each, also.

What is the difference between an essential oil and a fragrance? Fragrances are re-creations of scents, they are not single note essential oils. This means that our perfumist has gathered together natural ingredients and synthetic ingredients to re-create a smell, such as “Sea Shore” or “Tobacco Bay”. These are not “natural” plant smells that you can find in nature; these are scent profiles that have been created through the blending of different ingredients. All fragrances sold by Shay and Company are clean; they do not contain any phthalates or parabens; they are designed specifically to be used in soap, candles and skincare. We do offer a variety of 100% natural fragrances and those are notated as such in their listings.

We have an extensive list of essential oils that can be used with any of your soap making supplies. Each listing will give you the flash point, the plant part used, extraction method and the IFRA if one is available from the distiller.

Essential oils are pure plants that have been steam distilled or cold processed. All our essential oils are 100% pure, therapeutic grade, and never blended with any carrier oils, preservatives, phthalates, or synthetics.

Please note that we are not master soap makers here and cannot guide you on how to manufacture soap, nor the FDA requirements for labeling soaps.

SOAP MAKING SUPPLIES

Clays (14)

Conditioner Bars (21)

Exfoliants (14)

Fragrances for Soaps (104)

Lyes (2)

Melt and Pour (8)

Shampoo Bars (30)

Tools (2)

Waxes (13)

Activated Charcoal

SKU: 99197

In stock

$7.46$271.60

AHA Fruit Enzyme Blend

SKU: 99280

In stock

$12.30$547.40

ALMOND BUTTER

SKU: 97275

In stock

$13.75$481.00

ALMOND FRAGRANCE

SKU: 99036

In stock

$4.33$362.50

ALOE VERA BUTTER

SKU: 97484

In stock

$15.00$549.77

Apricot Kernel Oil

SKU: 97161

In stock

$9.65$1,491.60
SOAP MAKING SUPPLIES

Showing 1–12 of 265 results

Shay and Company is your vendor for premier wholesale soap making supplies. We offer several different melt-and-pour soap bases, in a variety of sizes. We also have all the natural and organic oils, butters, and therapeutic grade essential oils that you would need to customize your soap bars.

You can feel confident in the quality of soap making ingredients for your products!

We have a variety of melt and pour soap bases starting in 2 pound sizes.

You can find all the extra moisture-adding soap making ingredients like shea, mango, or cocoa butter under the Butters Category.

We have four different kinds of coconut oils and two versions of RSPO palm for your soap formulas. If you’re looking to create a palm-free soap bar, we offer organic Babassu oil, which is an ideal alternative to palm oil! We also offer a supreme pomace olive oil for soap making.

You can find all the extra moisture-adding goodies such as shea, mango, or cocoa butter under the Butters Category.

All our fragrances are designed to be used in soaps without accelerating them, but we do not guarantee they won’t affect your batches a little. We do our best, but no one is perfect. Each fragrance listing will give you the top, middle and low notes, along with full information about what is and isn’t in each of our fragrances, including the percentage of vanillan and the color of the oil. We have IFRA’s attached for each, also.

What is the difference between an essential oil and a fragrance? Fragrances are re-creations of scents, they are not single note essential oils. This means that our perfumist has gathered together natural ingredients and synthetic ingredients to re-create a smell, such as “Sea Shore” or “Tobacco Bay”. These are not “natural” plant smells that you can find in nature; these are scent profiles that have been created through the blending of different ingredients. All fragrances sold by Shay and Company are clean; they do not contain any phthalates or parabens; they are designed specifically to be used in soap, candles and skincare. We do offer a variety of 100% natural fragrances and those are notated as such in their listings.

We have an extensive list of essential oils that can be used with any of your soap making supplies. Each listing will give you the flash point, the plant part used, extraction method and the IFRA if one is available from the distiller.

Essential oils are pure plants that have been steam distilled or cold processed. All our essential oils are 100% pure, therapeutic grade, and never blended with any carrier oils, preservatives, phthalates, or synthetics.

Please note that we are not master soap makers here and cannot guide you on how to manufacture soap, nor the FDA requirements for labeling soaps.

SOAP MAKING SUPPLIES
Are you confused with all the coconuts out there? A lot of customers are, so here is a little info to help you.
  •  Coconut 76 RBD, which is the most common type of coconut oil. Coconut 76 RBD indicates that it will become a liquid at 76°. This coconut oil has no coconut oil or smell. Coconut 76 RBD is the most traditional coconut for soap making. You can use coconut 76 RBD to cook with.
  • Coconut 92 RBD, which will be a liquid at 92 degrees. This coconut oil has no coconut oil or smell. Coconut 92 RBD also used in soap making; coconut 92 in soap bars will give you a slightly harder bar than using coconut 76 RBD. You can use coconut 92 RBD to cook with, although it not used as much as organic coconut RBD.
  • Coconut 110 RBD, which is a hydronated coconut blend (blended with soy) so that it stays solid up to 110° for harder formulas and some food/baking items. This coconut oil has no coconut oil or smell.
  • Organic Coconut Oil RBD, which is coconut 76 but organically harvested. This coconut oil will start melting at 76°F. This coconut oil has no coconut oil or smell. This is a very popular coconut oil for cooking.
  • Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, the cleanest coconut oil which is an excellent coconut for cooking and all-natural skin care products. Extra virgin organic coconut will become liquid at 76 degrees. Organic extra virgin coconut oil is not RBD. This coconut will smell and taste like coconut.
In addition, we also have Coconut 1 pure coconut candle wax, and three versions of Fractionated Coconut Oils. So many coco-nuts!