Sodium lactate is an amazing ingredient in all types of skincare. In soaps, it creates a harder bar that lasts longer in the shower. It also helps in making the unmolding of soaps easier from the soap mold. It is truly a must-have ingredient for any soap maker! Sodium lactate is a liquid salt derived from sugars such as beets and corn. We adore this ingredient and use it in all of our soaps at Nurture!
The recommended usage rate of sodium lactate for cold process soaps is 1 teaspoon per pound of oils. Sodium lactate is also used in hot process soaps toward the end of the cook to create a more fluid soap that easier to get into the soap mold.
When using sodium lactate, add it to your cooled lye water.
This is great to help harden and unmold your soap a bit quicker without worrying it will be too soft.
Highly recommends to add to your soap recipe!~
This works great when I use a silicone mold to help with de-molding my soaps.
Works perfect in my soaps!
I have tried other sodium lactate, this is definitely the best!
Produces a harder bar
I use this in all of my cp soaps and have never had a problem with unmolding them.
Makes unmolding soaps much easier!
I am out of it, i need to order again. I keep buying this product.