Not only that, but it's a rewarding hobby to be creative and make your own unique soaps, whether it be cold process soap, melt and pour glycerin soap, natural liquid soap, re-batch soap making, or hot process style soap.
At Voyageur, we want to provide soap makers with an extensive range of wholesale natural soap making supplies, from principal ingredients like natural oils and butters, to natural clays, herbs, and mineral colorants, to our vast array of essential oils and fragrance oils as well as an incredible selection of soap molds to give your creations shape.
We are passionate about soap making and want to encourage you to discover how rewarding it is to make your own natural soaps, not to mention the potential for you to profit from your hobby, and hope that you will join our family of customers and fellow soap makers.
Voyageur Soap and Candle has spent the past 27 years providing soap crafters and soap manufacturers in the United States and Internationally with the soap oils, soap colorants, soap fragrances and essential oils needed by them to make and market a diverse range of bar soap and liquid soap products. If you have any questions please use our online chat or contact us by email. We are always happy to help.
Soap Making Recipes
Wheatgerm & Honey Soap Recipe
A great soap making recipe for a wheatgerm & honey soap, as well as all the wholesale soap making ingredients you need.READ MORE »
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Voyageur Beeswax Soap Recipe
A beeswax soap recipe with step by step instructions on how to make your own be...READ MORE »
Cup o' Joe Coffee Infused Soap
A great deodorizing hand soap recipe using leftover coffee and coffee grounds, ...READ MORE »
Conditioning Shampoo Bar Recipe
Voyageur's recipe for a refreshing and conditioning shampoo bar soap. Links to ...READ MORE »
Camellia & Green Tea Soap Recipe
How to make a silky moisturizing soap using green tea and camellia oil, as well...READ MORE »
Shea Butter Soap Recipe
A shea butter soap recipe, as well as all the ingredients you need to make it....READ MORE »
Voyageur Pure Castile Soap Recipe
A pure castile soap recipe, as well as all the soap making ingredients you need...READ MORE »
Citrus Basil Calendula Soap Recipe
Voyageur's recipe for a refreshing and energizing Citrus Basil Cold Process Soa...READ MORE »
Beeswax, Honey, & Oat Soap Recipe
A moisturizing Beeswax Honey Oat Soap Recipe, as well as all the wholesale soap...READ MORE »
Lemongrass Rebatch Soap
Rebatching Soap - How to make a natural handmade lemongrass soap with rebatch s...READ MORE »
Lavender Rebatch Soap
Rebatching Soap - How to make a natural handmade lavender soap with rebatch soa...READ MORE »
Mechanic's Hand Cleaner
wonderful cleansing base that is both gentle and moisturizing and a great base....READ MORE »
Green Tea Rebatch Soap
Rebatching Soap - How to make a natural handmade green tea soap with rebatch so...READ MORE »
Citrus Celebration Soap Recipe
A fresh, invigorating citrus soap recipe, makes a great moisturizing body soap....READ MORE »
Cold Process Soap Making
We all care about the ingredients we're using on our skin! Once you realize how fun and easy it is to gather everything you need to make your own soap, and how much nicer your homemade soap is than normal synthetic commercially produced soap, you'll never go back.
To help you make your own soap, Voyageur offers everything you need, from ingredients to supplies and packaging.
We also have soap making kits with pre-measured ingredients and instructions for yo to get a head start on soap making at home.
Hot Process Soap Making
Hot process soap making is the technique of taking the soap to trace - then applying continual heat for 1 ½ to 2 hours until the soap has fully saponified - then optionally thinning the soap with a bit of alcohol and pouring into molds.
Melt & Pour Soap Instructions
Melt and pour soap making gives you the creative possibilities of making beautiful decorative soap, like these gorgeous cameo soaps, with no hazardous chemicals - so it's fun and easy!
We have great natural vegetable glycerin-based melt and pour soap bases, as well as economical bulk melt and pour soap bases.
Rebatch Soap Making
Rebatching soap, remilling soap, or remelting soap, is the process of taking previously made cold process soap, grating it, melting it down, adding other ingredients if desired, and then recasting it into molds.