Southern Charm Goat Milk Soap Recipe

2 oz Almond Oil
1 oz Castor Oil
4 oz Cocoa Butter
20 oz Coconut Oil
20 oz Olive Oil
20 oz Palm Oil
20 oz. Palm Kernel Oil
4 oz Shea Butter
10 oz Sunflower Oil
1 oz Beeswax
2 oz Patchouli
2 oz Lavender
2 oz Oakmoss
16 oz Goats Milk
21 oz Water
14.49 oz Lye

Prise the oakmoss out of the bottle and combine with the other EO’s – mix well and set aside. Combine lye with water – cool to 100°. Melt the solid oils, cocoa butter, shea butter, and beeswax. Add the liquid oils, cool or heat to 100 deg. Add the lye water mixture – stir well – add the goats milk. The goats milk should be cold – but not icy.

At trace add the EO’s. Smile at the wonderful aroma from this mixture, thinking about what a wonderful soap that you will have. Pour into mold. Cover lightly for 24 hours – you can peek just to make sure that it is not getting too hot in the mold – and to smell it again, and again and again. Unmold after 24 hours and cut into bars – age for 4-6 weeks if you can wait that long.

submitted by Pam D.

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