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Hi guys, hope everyone is doing well!

I've been on the candle site for a long time and have decided to venture into bath and body. Im most interested in soap, lotion and lip balms right now, and later I'll try other things.

Can someone tell me the difference between cold pour and melt and pour soap? I am thinking of ordering some stuff from Peak today (or somewhere else) and need to know first whether I'll do CP or M&P. Any information you can give me will be so much appreciated!

Thanks so much!

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Hi guys, hope everyone is doing well!

I've been on the candle site for a long time and have decided to venture into bath and body. Im most interested in soap, lotion and lip balms right now, and later I'll try other things.

Can someone tell me the difference between cold pour and melt and pour soap? I am thinking of ordering some stuff from Peak today (or somewhere else) and need to know first whether I'll do CP or M&P. Any information you can give me will be so much appreciated!

Thanks so much!

Hey, Dana - mp is a base which you literally just melt and and pour into the molds. CP actually stands for cold process - it's making soap from scratch - There is info under the bath and body link on the left of the screen - Eugenia is giving a beginners cp soap making class on October 21-22 (two day class) that will probably help you :) She gives the ingrediants you'll need up there in the classroom section :)

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