I have been making melt and pour soaps for about a year. I needed to quit my job to focus on my college studies full time. The soap making started out as a hobby but soon became a little money on the side. I already sold some soaps to family and friends but would like to start selling online, fairs, etc. I am trying to create a simple and inexpensive label that would be professional and sufficient. I am looking to create a label which will help promote my soaps. My question is do I list all the ingredients? Ingredients: Glycerin (of vegetable origin), water, sodium stearate (saponifying agent), sodium oleate (emulsifier), sorbitol (mosturizer), stearic acid (vegetable fat), sodium myristate (vegetable fat), sodium laurate (emulsifier), lauric acid (anti-bacterial, anti-mold agent), pentasodium pentetate (chelating agent), tetrasodium etidronate (chelating agent), oxides (colorants), micas (colorants), fragrance oil, 5 oz. I feel silly because of the chemical names, although the ingredients are 100% vegetable base. How should I properly label? Also the bases are certified organic in the UK. I live in the US, can I still add the words " organic and vegan soap" to my labels? I feel a bit stuck, any help would be appreciated. Thank you in advance.