Interested in making goatís milk soap using the melt and pour method?
Well, you can buy goatís milk melt and pour soap bases to make your own goat milk hand made soap.
The advantage of making and using your own soap is you know exactly whatís in it. Goatís milk is considered to be a soothing and moisturizing soap making ingredient.
The Recipe for Goat’s Milk Melt & Base
First, decide on a recipe using a goatís milk melt and pour base. What kind of molds are you going to use? Do you want to make shaped soap, like seashells or flowers, or plain bars of soap?
Once youíve decided on the recipe and molds, find a goatís milk melt and pour soap base. It should be easy to find a soap supply site selling this on Google. Just type in goatís milk melt and pour soap base.
Once youíve found your goatís milk melt and pour soap base (check the ingredients it contains first) you can start looking for soap fragrances and colors, if you need any. The site where you found the goatís milk melt and pour soap base may sell them.
Ingredients & Equipment
Once youíve decided on your ingredients and have the necessary equipment (including safety equipment) ready, itís time to start making your goatís milk soap.
How to make Goat’s Milk Soap Melt
Of course, itís really important to follow your soap making recipe so you know exactly when to add each ingredient but basically to make melt and pour soap you melt the soap in a suitable double boiler or microwave safe bowl or jug, then add the soap coloring and fragrance and pour it into molds and leave it to set.
Once itís set you can unmold it. Unmold your soap by gently popping it out of the mold.
If it sticks, try running some water over the base of the mold and then attempt to pop it out of the mold again. Once itís unmolded you can use it right away!
Once youíve made your first bar of goat’s milk soap, you may never want to use non-goatís milk soap again.
When I make goatís milk soap for my friends and family, they canít stop raving about it! So why not get started on making your own goatís milk soap today?