In Australia, there's a bit of legal stuff you will need to know about before you begin to sell. I've included the links to the labeling regulations as well as a list of the other laws and regulations you will need to know, so you can work your way through them (don't panic, it's not as bad as it first looks!). Before you sell: Register with NICNAS to make soap (see https://www.nicnas.gov.au/cosmetics-...nd-soap-making) and pay yearly licensing fees. Register your business (optional, but you'll need that at a lot of places to get wholesale prices on bulk supplies). You don't need GST registration straight away (until your big enough - talk to an accountant) Get business insurance, specific to manufacturing soap (hard to get sometimes - talk to a broker or another local soaper) Try and find a commercial kitchen to work from (and if you are renting, this gets very important), and always be prepared for a site inspection. Read up on labeling laws (see https://www.productsafety.gov.au/sta...ents-labelling) And whatever you do, don't ever make a medical claim - that will throw you out of the Cosmetics category and into Therapeutic Goods, which brings you under the authority of the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration), and you really don't want that - the compliance and testing requirements are well beyond most small businesses. There are some other laws that might be council specific or landlord specific if you are renting that may come into play, but this covers the main (legal) things to think about (and if I've forgotten anything, I'm sure other's will chime in for you). After all of that, it's actually the non-legal stuff that has the biggest learning curve ... but it's oh so much FUN! Good luck!