Rebekah submitted her milk soaps for our Milk Soap Challenge. Rebekah’s method is simple, easy to follow and should be exciting to try. If you want to make milk soap, but you aren’t sure about the Half and Half method, this is a good compromise to try. What should we call this method? The Quarters Method? The 3/4s method? The Skim Milk Method?
Oatmeal, Milk, & Honey Soap: Scented or Unscented. Why not both?
Some people love fragrance oils and some people prefer a more natural option. I made a 6 pound batch of oatmeal, milk, and honey soap to please both. I was a little shy about using milk, so I used more water than buttermilk for this attempt.
First I dissolved the salt into the water. Then I mixed the lye into the water. I weighed out the canola, shortening, coconut, and olive oils and
In the future, I will not put salt in the water. It made the soap set up really quickly after I added the buttermilk mixture. I had to work fast to
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