Melt and Pour soap Base In Nairobi


The recent move by Betty Industrial Chemicals Ltd to pilestock Melt and Pour Soap Base is timely and a sure way of responding to market demand, a situation ignited by rising consumption of speciality soaps in the personal care industry.

On average, 5 million people in Kenya’s population of 50 use specialty soaps on any given day. And the demand curve is still shifted right, superimposed.

Again, the ever rising demand for the natural, specialty, and sometimes fancy soaps globally is due to the increasing awareness of the need to take care of skin in the face of premature aging, cancers, global warming and the ensuing environmental effects on the inhabitants.

For starters in soap industry, soap base is the soft launching pad to a fulfilling career in manufacturing, and With soap base, all you need is to reheat and add some goodies in it. This is technically known as reconstitution. However, any form of manufacturing (product making) must utilize some expertise and knowledge as to what it concerns. To some extent, the Internet is a good source of information but not every website gives the right information, and therefore, counter checking facts is recommended.

Incorporating Additives to Melt and Pour soap Base is easy but combining them needs proper understanding and articulation. For example, adding glutathione and Vitamin E- all purchased from chemists can be good but at other times it can backfire considerably more. Knowledge about oxidative degradation and peroxidation due to heat misnomer is mandatory to prevent the final product being rendered poisonous or mere placebos.

We sampled Betty’s Melt and pour soap base and were satisfied to the core, based on the following parameters: Quality, texture, global GMP, packaging, composition and pricing. Being a market leader in industrial washing chemicals, we however, expected nothing bellow that.

The following additives can be incorporated into the melt and pour soap base; Kojic Acid, sun proof oxides, Liwa extracts, glutathione, special perfume blends, carrot juice, Paw paw seed powder, Pumpkin seeds, Argan oil, Sea weed, Activated Charcoal etc. Often poured into suitable silicon Molds, a perfect shape, label narrative and Fragrances and make a kilogram of melt and pour soap base (costing which is about 1290/kg) fetch way above 8,000 in crude profits.

Get in touch with us for lessons on reconstituting Soap base for value addition. Free advice and product msds for every 1000g bought from us. Direct orders can be made via Tel no. 0722201340, 0723424240, 0705 295 044

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2 comments

  1. Mary Mbuve

    Thank you for the information. How much is the melt and pour soap base?
    Sincerely, Mary
    When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost.
    On Fri, Jun 21, 2019, 9:29 PM Cosmetics Kenya Limited Institute wrote:
    > cosmeticskenya posted: “The recent move by Betty Industrial Chemicals Ltd > to pilestock Melt and Pour Soap Base is timely and a sure way of responding > to market demand, a situation ignited by rising consumption of speciality > soaps in the personal care industry. On average, 5 mil” >

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