Some soap makers create large 5- or 8-ounce bars of soap. In all our tests, the larger the bar, the more quickly it was used up (per ounce). For example, two 4-ounce bars of soap will last longer than one 8-ounce bar. Why? Because the larger bar is exposing more soap to water over time.What is the average weight of a bar soap?
The average weight of a bar soap is approx 100g but it depends on the manufacturers as variety weights for soaps are available i.What are the dimensions of a bar of your soap?
The most common "full" bar size, for handmade soap, will typically fall between the following parameters... Length: 3.5" to 4.25" Thickness: 0.75" to 1.25" Shape: Rectangular (most popular general shape of homemade soaps) Weight: 3.5 oz. to 4.5 oz. AFTER six weeks of curing (for cold process soap)