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Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) is a white, crystalline substance, which is soluble in water.

It is used extensively in soap, paper and fabric production.

Sodium hydroxide saponifies the base oils to make our palm-free soap base, consisting of rapeseed oil and coconut oil.

Sodium hydroxide is used in our soap range, which includes Honey, I Washed The Kids, Miranda, Rock Star, Bohemian, and Karma soaps.