Answer to Question #32185 in Organic Chemistry for dora
Propylene Glycol, Sorbitol, Glycerin, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium
Stearate, Sodium Myristate, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate,
There are three types of making soaps: cold process, hot process, and melt-and-pour. Cold process soaps are made with oils and lye and then allowed to cure for several weeks up to several months, though they are technically ready shortly after being made.
Hot process soaps are similar to cold process soaps, except they are cooked, and therefore ready right after being made. Melt-and-pour "soap" is made by purchasing a soap base, melting it, and adding additives (scent, clay, etc.).
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