Homemade Stained Glass Goats Milk Soap

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Homemade Stained Glass Goats Milk Soap

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If you are looking for a way to add a pop of color to your holiday gifting, look no further. This handmade goat milk stained glass soap is gorgeous. With a creamy soap base and pops of color that truly look like stained glass, this is one of the prettiest soaps, ever!

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Homemade Stained Glass Goats Milk Soap

Goat milk soap is my new obsession. It is like a secret weapon in skincare. It is full of good for you things, like vitamin A to help repair damaged skin. Goat milk is naturally packed with fatty acids and proteins, to help it absorb easily into the skin.

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Many soap products pull the natural oil from the skin, but goat milk soap keeps to maintain a good oil balance and keep the skin moist. Goat milk has other benefits. It is anti-aging, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial.

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Not only can goats milk delay the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, but it can also help clear acne and soothe skin irritations. It is an all-around beauty champion! It creates a luxurious lather that deep cleans and moisturizes naturally.

The pops of color in the soap base come from soap cubes. You can find these in various shapes like stars, hearts, circles and more. I like the cubed variety for this recipe because it really resembles a stained glass window, but feel free to add soap cubes in any shape you desire.

Homemade Stained Glass Goats Milk Soap Ingredients

Supplies:

  • 1 pound goats milk
  • *Soap Cubes
  • Add 10-20 drops orange essential oil
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract or vanilla soap or candle scent
  • 1 teaspoon coconut oil, olive oil or sweet almond oil (these are called carrier oils)
  • Spray bottle of rubbing alcohol
  • Soap mold

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Instructions:

Homemade Stained Glass Goats Milk Soap Steps 1-2

Steps 1-2: Cut the soap base into squares and place them into a microwave-safe bowl. Heat at 30-second intervals until melted. Add the carrier oil.

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Step 4: Add orange essentials oil to the bowl

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Step 5: Add the vanilla extract or scented oil and mix everything together.

Homemade Stained Glass Goats Milk Soap Step 6

Step 6: Spray the bottom of the soap mold with the rubbing alcohol to avoid bubbles.

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Step 7: Gently pour the soap mixture into the mold. Leave about ¼” from soap line to top of mold to allow room for soap cubes. Arrange soap cubes into the soap mixture.

Step 8: Spray the top of the soap with the rubbing alcohol to avoid bubbles. Allow to harden for at least 2 hours. I prefer to let them dry for 24 hours. Gently pop out and store in an airtight container or Ziploc bag until ready to use

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Homemade Stained Glass Goats Milk Soap

Homemade Stained Glass Goats Milk Soap looks like a work of art. Make a batch to nourish your dry winter skin.  Share a few bars with your friends and family this holiday season for a gift from the heart, for the skin.

Prep Time5 mins
Active Time15 mins
Drying Time1 d
Total Time1 d 20 mins
Yield: 6 soaps

Equipment

  • Microwave
  • Soap mold
  • Spray bottle of rubbing alcohol

Materials

  • 1 pound goats milk
  • 8-10 Soap Cubes (embeds)
  • 10-20 drps orange essential oil
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract or vanilla soap or candle scent
  • 1 teaspoon coconut oil olive oil or sweet almond oil (these are called carrier oils)

Instructions

  • Cut the soap base into squares and place them into a microwave-safe bowl. Heat at 30-second intervals until melted. Add the carrier oil.
  • Add orange essentials oil and vanilla extract or scented oil to the bowl
  • Spray the bottom of the soap mold with the rubbing alcohol to avoid bubbles.
  • Gently pour the soap mixture into the mold. Leave about ¼” from soap line to top of mold to allow room for soap cubes.
  • Arrange *soap cubes into the soap mixture. Spray the top of the soap with the rubbing alcohol to avoid bubbles. Allow to harden for at least 2 hours. I prefer to let them dry for 24 hours. Gently pop out and store in an airtight container or Ziploc bag until ready to use
  • *If you choose to make your own soap embeds, follow the instructions on the mold, cut and insert into your goats milk soap

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