Goat Milk Soap Bars Tutorial - Excellent DIY Gift Recipe


  • Coconut oil – 20 oz
  • Olive oil – 20 oz
  • Rice bran oil – 5 oz
  • Avocado oil – 5 oz
  • Castor oil – 4 oz
  • Shea butter – 5 oz
  • Sweet Almond oil – 5 oz
  • Frozen goat’s milk – 18 oz
  • Lye – 9 oz

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  • via Lovin’ Soap Studio
  • Container to mix goat’s milk and lye in (plastic, glass, or stainless steel only)
  • Spoon to mix goat’s milk and lye (plastic, glass, or stainless steel only)
  • Measuring cups
  • Wire whisk or rubber spatula
  • Stick blender
  • Soap molds
  • Knife (to cut the soap)
  • Kitchen scale
  • Safety Equipment — rubber gloves, safety goggles, and mask


  1. Chop the frozen goat’s milk into small pieces and weigh the required amount. Place in a container large enough to hold both the goat milk and lye mixture.
  2. Place some  ice cubes and water into a bowl big enough to set your lye container into. your lye container above the ‘ice water bath’.
  3. Pour a small amount of water over the frozen milk to dissolve the lye (an ounce of water will do). Sprinkle lye over the milk and start mixing.
  4. Melt the hard oils.
  5. Add the liquid oils to the completely melted hard oils. Stir a bit. You can add your fragrance to the melted oils.
  6. Stir your lye solution and look for globs of milk in it. You can use a wire whisk to break them up but a stick blender will speed up the process.
  7. Slowly pour the lye solution to the melted oils. Stir as you pour.
  8. Stir, stir and stir some more until the lye solution and oils have reached a ‘trace’.
  9. Pour mixture into soap molds and let it sit for 24-48 hours in a cool, dark place.
  10. Un-mold the soap after 24-48 hours and let it cure for 4 or more weeks.
This article and recipe adapted from site.

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