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Soap Making Supplies Melt and Pour Soap Bases Foaming Bath Whip & Butter - (You Are Here - P5278)

Crafter's Choice™ Foaming Bath Whip - Traditional

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Pricing
$6.89 for 1 lb (single jar)
$36.32 for 8 lb (single bucket)
$123.00 for 32 lb (4 - 8 lb size)
$818.62 for 240 lb (30 - 8 lb size)
$1987.39 for 720 lb (90 - 8 lb size) (Bulk)
$3521.79 for 1440 lb (180 - 8 lb size) (Bulk)



Additional Information
Best Foaming Bath Base for making exfoliating scrubs, shaving cream, cream soap and bath frosting. Leaves a clean, soft and moisturized feel to skin. Bright white color, no odor and easy to use!

Featured Ingredients: Paraben Free

Country Of Origin: United States

Helpful Product Information:
Origin: USA



This product is not on the CA Prop 65 list of toxic chemicals.

This product conforms to the reporting requirements of California Proposition 65 (Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986). We are conforming to the regulation by reporting the existence, or lack thereof, of ingredients deemed reportable by the above mentioned regulations via a Safety Data Sheet (SDS), in Section 15 "Regulatory Information." Ingredients from Natural Food Sources (NFS) and are exempt from reporting in accordance with Title 27, § 25501(a).


Directions & Ingredients
International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI):
Glycerin, Water, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Sorbitol, Propylene Glycol, Disodium Lauryl Sulfosuccinate, Stearic Acid, Sodium Chloride, Diazolidinyl Urea (and) Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate.

Common Name Ingredient Listing (FDA Approved):
Glycerin, Water, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Sorbitol, Propylene Glycol, Disodium Lauryl Sulfosuccinate, Stearic Acid, Sodium Chloride, Diazolidinyl Urea, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate.

Directions:
Place desired amount in a bowl. Add 3% fragrance and water based color or mica as desired. We have found that whipped with a stand mixer for at least 10 minutes has worked best, but a hand mixer can also be used. Package and label as desired.

Exfoliating Scrub: Add 25-50 % Salt or Sugar. Use large crystal salt or raw brown sugar. Overtime, fine crystals tend to dissolve in base.

Layered Parfaits: Divide base into two portions and color two different colors. Layer in a clear jar and package.

Bath Frosting: Link for recipe: http://www.wholesalesuppliesplus.com/RecipeDetail.aspx?RecipeID=203

Shaving Cream: Whip with hand mixer. Add color and fragrance. Continue to whip. Package in our Natural Airless Bottle & Pump Sets.

If you are having trouble keeping Foaming Bath Whip whipped, try adding Bubble Wash Thickener and mix for 10-15 minutes. By adding Bubble Wash Thickener at about 2% to base, we have been able to successfully keep base voluminous and whipped.
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Questions & Answers (270)

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Posted By: SAS   |   May 14, 2021

"Can this foaming bath whip be used in making bar soap using a shea or glycerin soap base to give the bar soaps more lather or bubbles? If so, how is it incorporated into the soap base and much do you use?"




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Posted By: Christine   |   May 17, 2021

"The foam bath whip form air bubbles when mixing and in the final stage. How do you not get the air bubbles?"




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Posted By: Kennon   |   June 02, 2021

"How do you make a facial scrub out of this? Do dry extracts like matcha, tumeric powder etc. count as an additive that has to remain below 5%? "




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Posted By: Krisalyn   |   May 24, 2021

"does this already contain a preservative? should I add another preservative when adding sugar for a sugar scrub?"




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Posted By: T   |   May 17, 2021

"Will baking soda dissolve into the base? "




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Posted By: Shetonja   |   April 30, 2021

"What are some additives I can use to make this base thicker? "




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Posted By: Tracey   |   April 16, 2021

"Is this Formaldehyde free? "




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Posted By: Tracey   |   April 13, 2021

"Is this Formaldehyde free? "




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Posted By: Ashley    |   April 12, 2021

"I want to make a whipped frosting. I understand that the whipped soap doesn’t harden. Can I add mp soap to harden it? If so, what is the ratio? Thanks!"




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Posted By: Nicole   |   April 07, 2021

"Is this base phthalate free and paraben free?"




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Posted By: Elizabeth    |   March 24, 2021

"Can I add rose clay and pumice to make a whipped soap scrub? Thanks!"




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Posted By: Kelley   |   March 22, 2021

"Can I add powdered goat milk to this? How much? "




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Posted By: Ruby   |   March 03, 2021

"How much MP soap base should I add to this to stiffen it up a bit, the recipe I'm working with is about 10% oils and I wanted to add some MP soap base to help firm it up but I'm not sure how much I should start adding."




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Posted By: Elizabeth   |   February 25, 2021

"I am interested in adding foaming apple (no preservatives) or foaming oat (which has preservatives added) to this product for extra foaming. when would I add that to the bath whip, and would extra preservative need to be added?"




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Posted By: Kierra   |   February 17, 2021

"i want to make a scrub with part butter,bubble bath thickener, how would i go about adding the butter do i melt it down then add the butter to the whip while its hot. please help me "




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Posted By: JaKayla   |   February 17, 2021

"Does this product expand when whipped? For example, I will be using 8oz jars so will 8lbs make 16 jars or more?"




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Posted By: Pattie   |   February 20, 2021

"Is a preservative in the foaming bath whip. If not can you recommend one for this particular product."




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Posted By: Kierra   |   February 15, 2021

"will medium grain European spa salt work well in this "




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Posted By: Skin Candy   |   February 13, 2021

"Do you suggest adding oils to this as I heard it makes the texture gummy or is there anything I can add to prevent that from happening when adding oils?"




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Posted By: Zulfar   |   February 13, 2021

"Does this product already have a preservative included? Also what percentage of glycerin is in this product? "




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Posted By: Mae   |   February 06, 2021

"Does adding the MP affect the base any more than just helping it stay in form? Did it change the way it works?"




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Posted By: Michelle   |   February 04, 2021

"Can Shea 50 or shea, mango, or cocoa nutter be added to this base? "




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Posted By: Melissa   |   February 02, 2021

"Is this foaming bath whip considered a SOAP by the FDA?"




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Posted By: Natasha   |   January 31, 2021

"If I am adding Bubble Up to to this Foaming Bath Whip base along with some M&P soap, how much should I add?"




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Posted By: Ayana   |   January 31, 2021

"Is foaming bath whip vegan and cruelty free"




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Posted By: Nicole   |   January 28, 2021

"Can you add shea, mango, kokum or coco butter to this?"




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Posted By: Missy   |   January 27, 2021

"Hello , trying to make a whipped scrub . Can I add turmeric powder, sweet almond oil, & licorice root extract to this base as long as I keep the additives under 5% ? Thank you so much"




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Posted By: Leslie   |   January 23, 2021

"I am using this for a sugar scrub. I'm going to add 50% white granulated sugar. I think it could be exposed to water, but I don't have Optiphen Plus. Can I just use Optiphen? If yes, what percentage would you suggest?"




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Posted By: Susanne   |   January 22, 2021

"Who makes this base? Is it the same as Stephenson's? Thanks for your time! "




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Posted By: Kathy   |   January 22, 2021

"This may be a silly question but I have read all the Q&A and I didn't see anyone ask.... If adding beeswax to keep this more firm in hot weather do you add the beeswax melted and if so at what temperature do you wait once it is melted? I live in a hot area of California and all the scrubs I have made before become scrub oils in the summer. Thank you!"