Triple Milled Soap means that when the soap is manufactured it is passed through a milling machine of smooth stainless steel rollers. The soap is passed through the machine three times, and pressed into a smooth fine paste.
Why Triple Milled?
The triple milling is to thoroughly mix the soap and any fragrances or extra ingredients added to the soap base, while squeezing out any extra moisture or air. In truth, Triple Milled Soap is sometimes put through the milling machine more than three times. Mill the soap too many times, though, and you wind up with a dry, less desirable final product. Getting it just right is a bit of an art.
The soap base used in Triple Milled Soap is the same basic recipe used to make all soaps. Mix a fat or oil with an alkali salt (lye), and a chemical reaction occurs called saponification – resulting in soap! It’s what happens after saponification that gives Triple Milled Soap its charm.
The Benefits of Triple Milled
What is that charm? Simply put, Triple Milled Soaps contain less water and more actual soap creating a long-lasting hard soap. How many times have you picked up your soap from its dish, only to find a messy blob? This will never happen with Triple Milled Soap! Less goop, richer lather – that’s Triple Milled Soap.