Goats Milk Melt and Pour Soap Recipe
Goats milk melt and pour soap base creates a gentle bar of soap with a great lather. It is super easy to use, try it today!
We've used geranium and ylang ylang to create a musky, floral fragrance, and combined this with sandalwood amyris and vetiver for base notes of wood and spice.
The purple heart mica powder creates a nice lilac colour to complement the scent. You can also get creative with our silicone soap moulds.
This recipe will make 8-10 bars of soap.
- Goats milk melt and pour soap base 1kg
- Geranium essential oil 20g | 23ml
- Sandalwood amyris essential oil 16g | 16ml
- Ylang ylang essential oil 10g | 10ml
- Vetiver essential oil 3g | 3ml
- Purple heart mica powder 10g
1. Chop and melt your soap base
- Tip the melt and pour soap base out of the packaging and onto a cutting board, then cut into small chunks.
- Add to a heatproof bowl and melt gently in the microwave using 1 minute intervals and stirring in between until fully melted. If you don't have a microwave you can melt it in a heat proof bowl over a pan of boiling water.
2. Add the essential oils and mica powder
- In a separate container, measure your essential oils and mix thoroughly.
- Allow your soap base to cool slightly, then add your mica powder and essential oils.
- Stir for a few minutes until well combined.
3. Pour into your moulds
- Pour into your moulds - you can use a silicone soap mould or a DIY alternative
- Spray the surface with isopropyl alcohol or witch hazel to pop the bubbles on the surface
4. Unmould and cut your soap
- Leave to set for 4-6 hours and then remove the soap from the mould.
- Cut into bars.
- Wrap the bars in cling film. This helps stop moisture from being attracted to the surface of the soap.
- They're ready to use as soon as they're set!
Now that you've learned how to make a goats milk melt and pour soap, why not continue your DIY beauty journey?