Why do you put Naoh on labels? It is not present in the soap anymore. is it not?Great to see you have an ingredient label including lye! Only thing I would change on that is list everything in descending order of weights, like I'm guessing your cocoa powder would be at the end as your least ingredient.
There are 2 ways to label soap according to guidelines.Why do you put Naoh on labels? It is not present in the soap anymore. is it not?
is there a reason why you dont keep all your oils together? You could list all oils and save space by using the word "oil" once. I like your label and where did you get your packages for the soap?Yes, there is a small label on the back with ingredients and good catch on the font for the website and weight. I missed that when I designed them. Forgot to put it to what the website is...I will fix that.
I believe it's the same here in Aus. There is a certain laundry detergent on our supermarket shelves which boasts of being all natural and gentle for baby's clothes, and their ingredients list states only: "soap, perfume".There are 2 ways to label soap according to guidelines.
#1 What goes into the pot. So you list the oils, water, caustic, colorants, additives and fragrance.
#2 What comes out of the pot. So you list the fatty acid salts of the oil, glycerin, colorants, fragrance, other additives.