Want to Make Your Own Goat Milk Soap?



Goat milk soap is SO luxurious! The extra fat in the milk (compared to using water) superfats the soap and makes it extra creamy.

Making your own soap from scratch does require using sodium hydroxide, also known as lye. Lye can be a dangerous ingredient, but as long as you follow the rules and are careful and diligent, using the proper safety equipment, you'll be fine.

Or you can use melt-and-pour soap, a base product that has already had lye added and is safe to use. Just help these soap cubes, add the colorants and scents you desire, and pour into molds - which is why it's called melt-and-pour, of course.


Soapmaking Equipment - what you need to get started

Soapmaking Safety and How to Weigh Oils for Soapmaking

Cold Process Soapmaking

Hot Process Soapmaking

Cutting and Curing

Advice that doesn't fit anywhere else about Soapmaking plus a Recipe



ADVANCED SOAPMAKING

If you've ever thought about developing or customizing your own soap recipe, these next posts are for you!

How to Develop Your Own Soap Recipe

How and Why to Use a Lye Calculator in Soapmaking

How to Infuse Herbs in Healthy Oils for Soapmaking

How to Render Tallow for Use in Soapmaking



SHAMPOO BARS

Have you ever used a shampoo bar? I love them! Besides the obvious fact that they're so easy to take along on a trip, shampoo bars also eliminate many of the dangerous chemical compounds found in commercial shampoo.

How to Use a Shampoo Bar, for beginners

The first batch of shampoo bars I made, including the recipe


How to make goat milk soap from scratch.