In this study: Ba, Mn and Pb metal soaps were synthesized using stearic acid with the salts of these metals, and then melting points were determined. Different concentrations of synthesized metal soaps were also used as catalysts for paraffin oxidation. The amount of aldehyde, ketone and carboxylic acids formed as a result of oxidation was determined as an acid value (A.V.) using the titration method. These values were converted to% stearic acid value (%SAD). The result also examines the relationship between Ba, Mn and Pb stearate soaps, behavior on paraffin oxidation as a catalyst and melting points.