Homemade Goat Milk Soap
This cold process bar combines goats milk with shea butter, olive oil, and more. A gentle, cleansing, beautiful soap recipe.
Almond Oil | Castor Oil Coconut Oil | Olive Oil Palm Oil | Shea Butter Beeswax | Lye Goat Milk
Prepare the goat milk by freezing for a few hours until it reaches a slushy consistency.
Add the lye to the partially frozen milk and stir until completely blended. It will melt, heat up, and may change color. Set aside in a safe place.
When the milk and oils have cooled to about 110 degrees, pour the milk into the melted oils and blend using a stick blender.
Mix until "trace" is achieved, or the soap thickens slightly and a trail of soap rests on top of the batter rather than immediately sinking in.
Pour into soap mold, gently smoothing out top. Place in fridge or freezer to avoid cracking.
Un-mold after 24 hours, cut into bars, and allow to cure for 2 weeks before using.