We do use lye (sodium hydroxide) in the making of our bar soaps. This ingredient is used to saponify the base oils and butters. There is a chemical reaction that occurs when sodium hydroxide (lye) is mixed with vegetable fats (oils and butters), and the result is soap in its purest form. The finished soap does not contain any lye.
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Modified on: Wed, Dec 19, 2018 at 3:11 PM
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