Honey Goats Milk Soap Recipe
with Rose Essential Oils
Making soap at home creates a safe, natural way to know exactly what ingredients goes into your beauty routine. In our Honey Goats Milk Soap Recipe, we added Rose Essential Oils for a luxurious combination.
Goats milk is rich in antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins- hence all of the “good stuff” for healthy skin. Raw honey, vitamin E oil and rose essential oils compliment goats milk in this super easy recipe for house made soap. This natural soap can be used as a facial cleanser or simply hand soap for your bathroom. It also makes a special gift for eco conscious friends!
We used a fun bee and honeycomb silicone mold found on Etsy. You can also add any essential oils you enjoy to create various scents. We added a bit of rose essential oil and crushed dried rose petals.
1 lb Goat milk soap base
1 teaspoon Vitamin E oil
3 tablespoons raw honey
Optional: Rose Essential Oil or you can choose any essential oil
Dried Rose Petals (for display- they give that extra wow factor when giving a gift)
- Chop soap base into small squares and set aside.
- Create a double boiler by boiling water in a pot and placing a glass bowl on top of the pot. Bring to boil. Water should not be touching bottom of bowl.
- Add soap base and melt until smooth and silky.
- Add raw honey and stir.
- Add vitamin E oil and essential oil if using.
- Pour into soap mold and let sit for about 2 hours before using.
- Carefully peel your homemade soap from mold for instant use.
I displayed the Goats milk soap with the Anaya Rose Quartz Platter.
When giving a homemade gift, it always makes the experience extra special by using a display which doubles as a gift. The Rose Quartz Platter acts as a stunning base for the Goats Milk Soaps especially after I added a touch of dried rose petals sprinkled on top.
Hope you enjoyed my recipe!
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