- Oct 22, 2015
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I'm not planning on selling any time soon. Just doing tons of creating, testing and research. Would you mind checking out my labels? Thanks so much.
Do you not list in Sodiums? and should the iron oxide have the CI number. I am in Canada and we have to do it this wayJust me, but I would list ingredients in order of weight, e.g. is your castor oil volume more than your water? I'm outta touch having not made soap in a long time but...
Most people label by the rule of 'what goes into the pot' rather than what comes out of the pot. Unless you have your soap tested (at a pretty hefty expensive, I'd imagine) there's no definitive way of knowing what is left at the end in what amounts.Do you not list in Sodiums? and should the iron oxide have the CI number. I am in Canada and we have to do it this way
Btw Sodium Hydroxide is not in your soap anymore, otherwise it would be a lye heavy soap. If you want to list glycerin on your label, (comes out in the process) NAOHx0.77= glycerin
Water probably is like 10% after the saponification process
you are so lucky, I have all the rules and everything must be in two languages , like that, only business name and soap name can be in EnglishShe is in the US. So, no need to list in sodiums, or CI numbers. Plain English is what is required here, I believe.
ETA- I LOVE those labels. One font on the front. Elegant, simple, powerful. I would buy it. Too many labels have way too much going on for my taste.