The Best Goat Milk Soap Recipes You Can Make At Home
I’ve handpicked the best goat milk soap recipes that you can make right in the comfort of your home. Each starts with goat milk melt and pour soap base that makes creating handmade soaps a breeze!
If there’s one thing I’ve learned after making soap for years, it’s that finding the right base is a game-changer. Maybe it’s the creamy lather or the way it benefits your skin.
I have to say, what sets goat milk soap apart from others is the ability to suspend botanicals and other ingredients, like their floating in the soap. No sinking or disappearing acts like other melt and pour soap bases.
What is melt and pour soap? Melt and pour soap is a modern method for creating soap without lye. Similar to a cake mix – It’s as easy as mixing your favorite ingredients and pouring them into soap molds. (Check out this detailed soap making guide for more information.)
Honestly, goat milk is the perfect white canvas for creating all your melt and pour soap ideas!
So, whether you’re a seasoned soap maker or just dipping your toes into how to make soap, you’ll find these goat milk soap recipes are designed to inspire.
I’ve handpicked the best goat milk soap recipes that you can make right in the comfort of your home. And I’ve included a list of goat milk melt and pour soap bases that will make creating handmade soaps an absolute breeze.
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What Goat Milk Soap Melt and Pour Base Is Best?
There is nothing more gentle than goat milk soap. It is an excellent moisturizer loaded with vitamins and nutrients for a rich, frothy lather. And it’s extremely easy to work with!
But what goat milk melt and pour soap base is best? I’ve tried quite a handful of soap bases over the years, and there are a few that stand out from the rest.
Scroll through these high-quality natural soap bases to choose yours! And grab a printable goat milk soap guide, too.
Find a printable soap-making guide for each soap base type in the Simple Living Library.
Related To: Choosing A Soap Base
How do you make goat milk soap?
The great news is that when it comes to making these goat milk soap recipes, you need far fewer supplies than old-school cold process soap! Here’s what I use every time I make soap.
- Large Glass Measuring Cup – this is the only thing you need to melt your soap base
- Silicone Spatulas – silicone is best for stirring ingredients into soap bases because they’re heat-resistant
- Silicone Soap Molds – I’ve tried other things, and silicone is the easiest way to shape soap
- Digital Scale – for accurate results, use a digital scale to weigh your ingredients
- Soap Knife – this knife is uniquely designed to cut through soap with ease
- Lightweight Apron – I love this lightweight cotton linen apron with pockets
Related To: How to Make Honey Soap 10 Ways
The Best Goat Milk Soap Recipes You Can Create In The Comfort Of Your Home
Now, it’s time to share with you the best goat milk soap recipes I’ve handpicked to create right in the comfort of your home. Every recipe starts with goat milk melt and pour soap base to make creating handmade soaps a breeze!
However, if this is your first time making soap, you may find my beginner soap-making guide helpful before you begin.
Beautiful Beehive Goat Milk and Honey Soap Recipe
Embrace the art of simplicity with my handcrafted goat milk and honey soap recipe. You’ll capture the charm of beehives with a nod to nature and simplicity. PLUS, don’t miss my tips for making perfectly shaped soaps; I share with the recipe!
Easy DIY Goat’s Milk Soap Recipe
This DIY goat’s milk soap recipe is a melt and pour soap that anyone could make in their kitchen at home. It’s soothing and so calming for dry, irritated skin, yet it only takes 10 minutes to whip up!
Lavender DIY Soap
Are you a fancy soap person? Because, honestly, I’m not. And I, neither is Linda. Each of us did not grow up in a fancy soap household. Yet, here we are making fancy soaps. Fancy or not, you’ll Linda’s lavender DIY soap made with goat milk.
Lemon Poppy Seed Melt and Pour Soap Recipe
If I had to describe this melt and pour soap recipe in one word, it would be REFRESHING. Beautifully bright and seriously refreshing, this soap recipe combines zesty lemon essential oil with creamy goat milk melt and pour soap, natural yellow mica powder, poppy seeds, and lemon zest.
Altogether, it’s the perfect soap for a morning shower to start the day!
How To Make Soap On A Rope With Goat Milk
Have you ever heard of soap on a rope? I first got a glimpse of it on Pinterest when blocks of soaps with natural cotton and twine ropes popped up in my feed when looking for new soap ideas.
When I decided to give this idea a try, I chose a goat milk soap base because it creates a solid soap bar you can’t see through. And it’s a good, hard soap versus a honey or aloe vera soap base, for example. Learn how to make this fun melt and pour soap idea!
Beautifully Designed Goat Milk Soap Bars
This goat milk soap recipe without lye – is a great way to make your own goat milk soap bars with lots of natural ingredients. These beautifully designed soaps are gentle, nourishing, and great for gifting. Give melt and pour soap making a try – it’s fun and rewarding!
Blue Tansy Essential Oil Soap Recipe
Get ready to glow with this essential oil soap recipe made with gentle goat’s milk and blue tansy! Yes, you can have bold, bright colors with goat milk soap, too!
Goat Milk & Alfalfa Soap DIY
This goat milk soap recipe comes straight from the Soap Queen!
Made with alfalfa, a perennial flowering plant that’s often used to feed livestock. And paired with goat milk melt and pour soap base and spearmint essential oil, it’s a unique, colorful soap idea.
Layered Hibiscus Soap Recipe
This layered soap recipe is not only beautiful but also nourishing for the skin. It starts with a creamy goat milk soap base blended with oils and butter for softening and moisturizing even the driest skin.
Then rosewater used by ancient cultures to soothe, brighten, and tighten the skin is added not only for its youthful benefits but also for the classic floral scent only known to the rose.
Once you’ve unleashed your inner soap artist with the best goat milk soap recipes, it’s time to let your creativity soar! Because melt and pour soap making is easy, fun, and enjoyed in the comfort of your home.
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