Baïtang Natural Soaps

Who are we?
 Why i created Baitang Saop ?

We are a small family living in Siem reap since ten years with our two lovelys boys surrounding by a beautiful and Growing garden.
I am Peggy A. orignally from the south of France, Marseilles where the most famous soap came from, naturely the soap's passion called me.
For all my life the Nature inspire me, Cambodia provides me serenity, beauty, and calm, and during this challenging pandemic time, the idear to provide the most Natural, Pur and Mild Soap for our skin and the Planet came to me in a very simple way and here it is!
Baitang Soap was created in 2021.

Baitang mission

Baïtang Soaps are hand crafted in Siem Reap. 
This unique line of luxury, plant based, vegan soaps awakes your senses, leaves your skin clean and healthy and they are totally planet friendly.
All our oils, butter, essentiel oils, plants , spices are organics. 

 Baïtang Soaps are created in small batches, using ancient techniques hot process making with Cambodian essential oils and herbs, organic french clay and cold pressed, virgin fat oils to ensure the benefits of the natural ingredients on your skin.
100% eco-friendly, no toxic ingredients, paraben, sulfate, palm oil, Alcohol, fragrances and animal testing free...once you've tried a Baïtang Soap, it's hard to use anything else.

Be Beautiful, be Baitang.

សាប៊ូ Baïtang គឺជាសាប៊ូថែរក្សាស្បែកសរីរាង្គថ្មីផ្សំឡើងពីបន្លែធម្មជាតិផលិតដោយដៃនៅក្នុងប្រទេសកម្ពុជា។

ព្យាបាលខ្លួនអ្នកដោយធម្មជាតិ ដុសសម្អាតខ្លួនរាល់ថ្ងៃទន្ទឹមនឹងការការយល់ដឹងពីពិភពនៅជុំវិញខ្លួនលោកអ្នក។

ការប្រើប្រាស់សាប៊ូ Baïtang គឺជាសង្វាក់ផលិតផលថែរក្សាស្បែកសរីរាង្គតែមួយគត់ដែលធ្វើឱ្យលោកអ្នកមានការយល់ដឹងជាប់ជានិច្ច ដោយជួយឱ្យស្បែករបស់លោកអ្នកស្អាត និងមានសុខភាពល្អ និងថែរក្សាភពផែនដី។

សាប៊ូ Baïtang ជាសារធាតុដែលអាចបំលែងបាន។

ប្រេងបន្លែនិងម្សៅរបស់យើងមានលក្ខណៈធម្មជាតិ គ្មានសារធាតុពុល គ្មានសារធាតុអាស៊ីតស៊ុលហ្វាត និងគ្មានសារធាតុក្រអូប។ គ្មានសារធាតុប្រេងដូង។ គ្មានសារធាតុអាល់កុល។

ផលិតដោយដៃជាដុំតូចដោយប្រើបច្ចេកទេសបុរាណ ដែលដុតចម្អិនក្នុងសីតុណ្ហភាពទាបនៅក្នុងថ្លាងដែករយៈពេលជាច្រើនម៉ោង មានន័យថា សាប៊ូនេះត្រូវបានដុតចម្អិន ហើយគ្មានសារធាតុកាត់ឡើយនៅចុងបញ្ចប់នៃដំណើរការ។

ប្រេងសំខាន់ៗទាំងអស់ (ផលិតពីប្រទេសកម្ពុជាតែមួយគត់) ទឹកពីរុក្ខជាតិ (ពីសួនរបស់ខ្ញុំ) ដីឥដ្ឋសរីរាង្គ ប្រេងខ្លាញ់ត្រូវបានបន្ថែមបន្ទាប់ពីប្រតិកម្មគីមីត្រូវបានបញ្ចប់ដែលនឹងរក្សាទុករាល់អត្ថប្រយោជន៍ទាំងអស់នៃសារធាតុផ្សំពីធម្មជាតិលើស្បែករបស់លោកអ្នក។
ចង់ស្រស់ស្អាត សូមប្រើប្រាស់សាប៊ូ Be beautiful, be Baïtang 🌱

The Beauty of pure oils

Baïtang Soap is the new hand made cooked vegetal natural, organic and vegan skincare soap in Cambodia

Take order today and get free sample from Baitang new recipe.

Organic Extra virgin Olive oil

The one we used is Greek Olive oil Is Extra Virgin From Greece hand harvested premium unrefined extra virgin. Olive Oil Soap perfect for people with very dry and sensitive skin including eczema and psoriasis. 🫒 Olive oil based soap is emollient, any substance that softens the skin by slowing evaporation of water. Olive oils was used in ancient Egypt. Olive Oil Soap contains antioxidant properties, has anti-inflammatory effects and is non-irritating to the skin. Olive Extra mild and gentle soap. Rich in omega 9, olive oil is an oleic oil, with moisturizing and anti-aging properties. Rich in antioxidant protects and nourishes mature and dry skin as its moisturizing properties help to soften the skin texture without interfering with the natural skin function. Olive oil Soap is considered to be the most mild of all soaps.

Organic Virgin Coconut Oil

100% localy made cold pressed Organic Coconut Oil. Cocunut Oil is rich in lauric acid, which gives excellent lather to soaps. Moderately high in Palmitic acid, it will gives also hardness to bar soaps. Coconut oil is a excellent moisturizer, removes dead skin cells away from the body, prevent or reduce acne and helps firm up your skin. It will helps to regenerate your skin as the oil is rich in antioxidants. Extra virgin coconut oil is a must for our skin.

Organic no refined Cocoa Butter

Cocoa Butter is composed of Hight Stearic and Oleic and moderate Palmitic fatty acids. That will give longevity and creamy bar soap. Cocoa Butter butter is a superb moisture loss, is very gentle for the skin and has a pleasant aroma.

Organic no refined Shea Butter

Shea butter is indeed known for its moisturizing, repairing, and softening properties. It is particularly rich in Oleic and Stearic acid. it is also contains antioxidants (vitamin A & E) latex and phytosterols.

Organic Cold Pressed Castor Oil

Castor 's natural antiviral and antimicrobial properties make it a popular treatment for problem skin. Rich naturally in Ricinoleic acid, and vitamin E will acts as a humectant, retaining moisture by preventing water loss though the skin. ideal against prevention of skin aging. Castor oil was a beauty staple in Egyptian and Greek cultures, and that Cleopatra herself used it to enhance her eyes. Castor oil in our soaps will give beautiful bubbles.

Organic cold pressed Avocat Oil

The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism .The researchers concluded that a high intake of fat — especially healthy monounsaturated fat, helped increase skin elasticity and reduced the appearance of wrinkles .Avocados are a great source of biotin, which is part of the B complex vitamins. Biotin is known to help prevent dry skin. In one word, Cold-pressed avocado oil has an abundance of antioxidants, plant sterols, omega-9, minerals, and vitamins, including vitamins C and E. Together, these nutrients can help boost the production of collagen, soothe inflammation, and lift away old skin cells,.

Natural Organic Peanuts Oil

100 % Natural, Cold pressed, unrefined hand made in Siem Reap in Cambodia. unrefined Peanut Oil is extracted from naturally grown peanuts. Carefully selected and cold pressed by traditional process. Peanut Oil is high in unsaturated fats, especially monounsaturated fat, like olive oil and also a source of antioxidants, vitamin E and phytosterols, which benefit skin-health.

Cold press Sesame Oli

Our handmade Cold pressed Sesame Oil is come from SIEM REAP, also well-known as the healing oil in Ayurvedic practices. The properties of Cold Pressed Black Sesame Oil are anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory that offers nourishing, protection, and detoxifying effects on damaged and stressed skin. Cold Pressed sesame oil contains Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids that is essential for healthy Skin.

Organic cold pressed Jojoba Oil

Organic Jojoba Oil is 100% natural and obtained by first cold pressing the seeds of the jojoba shrub, also known as "wild hazel". Rich in Omega 9, it protects skin and combats dehydration by limiting water loss. This light plant oil with a heady scent also regulate sebum . Organic Jojoba oil iis not comedogenic and suitable for all skin type.

Shipping policy

Delivery charges within Cambodia:

Siem Reap Free
Phnom Penh - USD 2
Battambang-  USD 2
Anywhere else in Cambodia - USD 3
For orders in Cambodia of more than 3 soaps, delivery will be free.

How long will my items take to arrive:

Orders are sent out within 24 hours.
Order will delivered every Saturday from 9 am to 12 pm.
Orders outside of Siem Reap are sent with a third party courier company and usually delivered the following day.

Deliveries outside of Cambodia:

If you live outside Cambodia, please contact us at to discuss shipping options.
We can send Soaps by DHL.

HOT Process  What does it mean?HOT Process  What does it mean?HOT Process  What does it mean?

I have found it useful to tell you today about the method of saponification

(potash, soda). In the artisanal manufacturing methods that we are going to see, fats are very often in excess: this makes it possible to have "surgras"  fat soaps.
So, the sodium hydroxide completely disappears at the end of the saponification reaction and the glycerin obtained is retained in the finished product

We hear a lot about the properties of cold saponification, known as "SAF". It consists in slightly heating solid fatty substances to melt them, or without heating for oily substances. A “sodium hydroxide solution” (water + sodium hydroxide) is then produced and then mixed with the fatty substances.
Different additions are then made depending on the recipes. Everything is poured into a mold while the saponification takes place and then the soap paste hardens (more or less 48 hours). Saponification is an exothermic reaction: the temperature therefore rises in the mold.

Disadvantage ?
All oils / butters and "additions" are mixed while the lye is still active. The saponification being in progress, it is practically impossible to know which oil will not be degraded by the sodium hydroxide to constitute the surgras.
However, this method leaves greater freedom in decorating the soap: marbling, poaching, etc.

Hot cooking, or in a cauldron, is criticized because of its use in industry. Indeed, the temperatures rise high in this case (more than 120 ° C) and often for several hours (or even several days). The soap paste is then rinsed with a water + salt solution to remove the excess alkali. This step is called release. Unfortunately, this process also removes all of the naturally occurring glycerin. Finally, this industrial method produces a soap without excess fat or glycerin, but with a very often long and rarely qualitative list of ingredients. You will find this kind of soaps in supermarkets, on the internet and unfortunately even in certain markets. They are the ones who tighten and dry the skin. First of all, try to decipher the ingredients
However, i used this method for making Coco Laundry Powderas glycerin is not welcome in our washing machin .
Of course it is a handmade method.


I start by heating my butter (depend on receipe) around 70-75 ° C in my water bath then I add my soda lye.
The next step is to blend the mixture to thicken the soap paste. 
Then it's time to wait for the saponification to take care of itself. Still in my cauldron, my mixture has been heating for less than two hours. I am enjoying the magic of it. The different steps are taking place step by step.
My soap is cooked!

Once the saponification is complete, it's time to do all my "precious" additions: in the case of our Kurkuma Rice Coco soap, the fresh Coco milk . The surgras, is brought to him by the OLive Kurkuma macerate. The ingredients are carefully selected to give you all the sweetness you deserve.
The big advantage of traditional cooking in a cauldron is that it completely preserves the selected fat, as well as the properties of all the other ingredients added at the end of preparation. Indeed, the hydroxide having disappeared and the temperature having dropped again, the environment is more conducive to the preservation of the properties of our ingredients.
In addition, the naturally present glycerin is preserved. This allows you to have a quality soap that is non-drying and very gentle on your skin.

Tip: on an artisanal soap, the method is almost always specified (cold saponification or in a c, do not hesitate to ask the craftsman questions about its manufacture.
A true craftsman will always have great pleasure in talking about his passion and will often be inexhaustible. If the ingredient list seems unclear to you, listen to your instincts and go your way.


In cold saponification: the oils / butters are not heated or only slightly at the start. All additions, including surgras, are made during saponification. The downside is that their benefits are therefore more or less impaired. On the other hand, the paste is much more fluid and makes it possible to make marbling effects more easily.

In hot saponification (or in a cauldron): the oils / butters are slightly heated. Saponification is therefore accelerated. Once the reaction is over, we put our "additions" and our surgras. The advantage is that their benefits are better preserved. However, the resulting paste is much thicker. We are limited in the aesthetic effects that can be given to soap. Personally, I love the rustic feel it brings to my soaps! In both cases, glycerin is naturally present since it is not removed.

In conclusion, both methods are good for your skin. It's up to you to choose which one is best for you, depending on your preferences