SoapMaker Feature Comparison

Lite Pro Features
Easy to learn with Wizards, context-Help and complete Users Manual.
Design your own solid, liquid or cream soap recipes, as well as non-soap recipes such as lotions, candles or 'melt and pour' soap.
Soap Recipe lye and water amounts are calculated automatically. Special calculators help with liquid and cream soap
Your choice of US or Metric units. Costs are shown in your local currency.
Graphic Display of soap qualities ( hardness, lather and moisturizing) based on fatty acid composition.
Recipe costs are calculated based on your ingredient costs. Compare different recipe costs in a sorted list
View your recipes in a list, organized by group, recipe type, name, date or cost.
Recipe printout can include ingredients, notes, qualities, fatty acids, and INCI codes, as well as an ingredient list for making labels.
Recipes can be re-sized automatically to fit a specified mold or set of molds.
the Supplies List shows all your ingredients and packaging items with unit costs.
With the Pro edition, the Supplies list also shows the quantity of each item in stock, its value based on your cost, and warnings when stock has fallen below your 're-order' level or an ingredient has passed its expiry date. When you record a new supply purchase, stocks are automatically adjusted.
The Supplier List saves the name and contact information of your favorite suppliers.
The List Recipes Report shows all the recipes which use a particular ingredient or packaging item.
The Supply Orders Report lists all your purchase orders with date, supplier's name and total cost of the order.
You can create a Return Order for supply items: Your stock quantities are adjusted, and your business costs are reduced accordingly.
The Purchase History Report for each supply item shows the date that lot was purchased and the supplier's name, the Lot Number and Expiry date, the quantity purchased, and the cost.
A handy Conversion Calculator converts any weight or volume units to any other.
The Lite edition can be upgraded to Professional at any time by purchasing an upgrade license.
The products list shows the status and history of every product batch made. Batches can be divided into 4 different sizes of bars/portions. For each batch you can view the total cost and size of the batch, when it will be cured, the number of bars/portions made, the cost per bar/portion, and the amount remaining in stock
Whenever you use the make batch command with one of your recipes, supply stocks are deducted automatically and the products made are added to your products list
You can Re-use products to move them into your supplies inventory. Use them as pre-made soap base, as embeds, or to make gift baskets.
The Supply Usage report lists product batches you have made with each lot of a particular ingredient or packaging item.
Create your own custom blends or infusions of two or more ingredients, and use them in your recipes like any other ingredient.
The Shopping List tool tells you what additional supplies you will need to purchase for a planned production run.
The Supply Lots Used report lists all the ingredient lots used to make a particular product batch
You can save photos of each product type, and view them from your Products List.
You can record product sales and create customer invoices in any language. When you save the sales register, the products sold are automatically deducted from your product inventory.
Use the Price List to maintain a list of standard prices for all your products to be used automatically when creating sales invoices. You can save both retail and wholesale prices.
The Customer List saves the name, address and contact information of your favorite customers and sales venues.
The Invoices Report provides a sortable list of all invoices and venue sales records.
The Sales History report lists individual products sold, showing the date, batch number, recipe name, customer, invoice number, and price.
The Tax and Income Summary report shows the current values of your supplies and products inventory, and for a selected date range, your total sales, costs and net income, and Sales tax paid (credits), collected, and owed. You can define tax groups for different geographical areas where you buy or sell products.
Your supplies and products inventory lists, as well as several reports, can be exported in CSV format for loading into a spreadsheet or accounting program.