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Honey Oatmeal Goat’s Milk Soap

I wanted to create a soothing soap to soften and brighten skin. I immediately thought of including two breakfast staples: honey and oatmeal. Together with a goat’s milk melt and pour soap base, they create a beautiful soap that does both.

Honey Oatmeal Goat's Milk Soap - Your skin will feel amazing after washing with this simple DIY soap. Honey and oats are the perfect combination to combat dry, sensitive skin.


Honey Oatmeal Goat’s Milk Soap

Honey is moisturizing and makes skin “glow”. It’s been used in many skin care recipes because of the multitude of benefits it offers. I liked that it was already in my pantry and I didn’t have to hunt it down online like I do with some ingredients. My daughter eats honey on her toast for breakfast so it’s something we always have on hand.

Oatmeal is great for sensitive skin and has anti-inflammatory properties. I remember my sister suffering from eczema and my mom giving her an oatmeal bath.

Honey Oatmeal Goat's Milk Soap - Your skin will feel amazing after washing with this simple DIY soap. Honey and oats are the perfect combination to combat dry, sensitive skin.

Ingredients

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Honey Oatmeal Goat's Milk Soap - Your skin will feel amazing after washing with this simple DIY soap. Honey and oats are the perfect combination to combat dry, sensitive skin.

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    You’ll love how easy my soap recipes are to make. I adore using the melt and pour soap bases. They are relatively inexpensive and so simple to prepare. It’s fun to be creative with soap making. You should give it a try! I know you can do it too.

    Do you like the honey/oats combination?

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    Honey Oatmeal Goat’s Milk Soap

    Created by Stacie Vaughan
    Servings 4
    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Cook Time 40 minutes
    Total Time 50 minutes
    Your skin will feel amazing after washing with this simple DIY soap. Honey and oats are the perfect combination to combat dry, sensitive skin.

    Ingredients
      

    • 1 lb Goat’s Milk Melt and Pour Soap Base
    • 2 tbsp honey
    • ¾ cup oats

    Instructions

    • Cut melt and pour soap base into cubes and add to a microwaveable bowl. Microwave on high for 30 seconds. Then microwave at 10 second increments, stirring in between, until melted.
    • Mix in oats. Pour into a silicone soap mold.
    • Drizzle honey into each soap mold and swirl it around with the end of a spoon. Let sit for 40 minutes to an hour.
    • Remove from soap mold by turning the mold upside down and gently pushing on the back of each soap.

    Equipment

    • silicone soap mold
    • Bowl
    • Spoon

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    33 Comments

    1. Can I use fresh raw goat milk in my honey and oats soap recipe and how much

    2. Can I use fresh goat milk an how much in the oats and honey soap

    3. Pamela Bogdan-Massa says:

      Ps…I mixed the honey in with the oats…just mix it in well, if not, it leaves stickiness on the top.

    4. Pamela Bogdan-Massa says:

      Hello
      I made these wonderful soaps for my daughter’s baby shower. They turned out Great! Just some F.Y.I.: I used the one minute oats and they sank to the bottom…making the soap have a look of 1/2 & 1/2…which was also ok, since the colors of the shower are white with some natural. I have a question: Does the soap need a cure time, since it seems like it would melt quickly?

      1. I use melt and pour soap bases so they don’t require a cure time.

    5. Can this be poured in an ordinary plastic mold? or does it have to be a silicon mold?

      1. You can use plastic. I just find it a lot easier to remove from the silicone molds.

      2. You can stir the soap until you can see the oats suspended instead of sinking (or floating with some other additives). I do this with all my melt and pour soaps. For oatmeal soap, I use colloidal oatmeal powder mixed in and after I pour into molds I add some coarsely blended rolled oats on top for aesthetic.

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