Soap Supplies at Best Prices for the Everyday Soap Maker

Category Archives: Soap Making Supplies

Soapers Meet & Greet Potluck PowWow!

Have you signed up for our FREE Soapers Meet & Greet Potluck PowWow Yet? Hey AZ Soapers: you are invited to this special event & potluck When: June on Tuesday, June 28th from 6:30-9pm Where: at the Arizona Soap Supply classroom (Suite B5) and showroom next door!! This is our first AZ soapmakers Meet and Greet….   and based on attendance and interest  — we hope to run this monthly for everyone, so please COME to this first one!!!!It should be a fun time and a chance to meet other Read More...

Our store stocks soap making supplies for EVERYONE!

Arizona Soap Supply is here for all of your soap making needs. Whether it’s one of their essential soap making oils, like palm or coconut oils, or fragrant oils like cinnamon bark or Patchouli oils, they have it all. Arizona Soap Supply also distributes Sodium and Potassium hydroxide, as well as Isopropyl Alcohol. Also known as NaOH, Sodium Hydroxide is available in 50-pound bags that range from about $60 to $465 dollars, depending on how many bags you are looking Read More...

Arizona Soap Supply for ALL your Soap Making-related needs

Soap Making Supplies for Soapers/Soap Makers If you are in the business of soap making, whether it be a hobby, a small business or a large enterprise, need to go to Arizona Soap Supply for all of your needs. Arizona Soap Supply is a seller based in Arizona  that sells any product you may need for your soap making. For those of you trying to make specialty soaps, Arizona Soap Supply has many different oils available for purchase. Some include: Olive Read More...

Essential Soap Supplies When Making Your Own Lye Soap

When you’re getting started making soap, there’s such an overwhelming variety of soap supplies waiting for you that it can be hard to figure out what you really need. Here are the bare essentials for making your own soap. While you can get fancy molds and fragrances later on, this will be enough to get you started. First, you need protective gear. At a bare minimum, you’ll need eye protection (goggles or safety glasses will work well, though if you Read More...