Marbled Goat Milk Soap

DIY Marbled Goat Milk Soap Tutorial

With Christmas right around the corner, I’m in full DIY gift crafting mode. I absolutely love making presents for my friends and I especially love making soaps, scrubs and bath products!

The past few years, I made Brown Sugar/Vanilla Body Scrub and Yummy Bath Bombs so this year I decided to try making Marbled Goat Milk Soap.

I admit, I cheated and didn’t actually make the soap. Instead, I used a goat milk melt & pour soap base that I found at the craft store and added different colors and fragrant essential oils.


Fun and easy way to make some pretty (and pretty smelling) marbled goat milk soap. Homemade beauty recipe which also is a great DIY Gift Idea for Christmas, Birthdays or Valentines Day. You can find lots of other beauty recipes including bath salts, scrubs and lotion bars. A FiberArtsy.com free craft tutorial

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Making Marbled Goat Milk Soap


Supplies:


Goat Milk Soap Base
Soap Making Molds
Essential Oils s.a. Sandalwood, Peppermint or Sweet Orange
Soap Making Dyes
Microwave Safe Bowl
Toothpicks
Oven Mitts
Spoon

Depending on which method you choose for melting your soap base, you also need either a microwave or a stove top and a double boiler pot.

Melt and Pour  Goat Milk Soap


Essential Oils and Beauty Product Dyes


Soap making molds and Silicone molds


Melting the Soap


Melting the soap base on the stove

Stirring the melt and pour soap

Microwave Method:

Break the soap base into pieces and put them in your microwave safe bowl. Microwave on High for 30 seconds. Stir. Continue microwaving and stirring at 15 second intervals until fully melted.

Stovetop Method:

Add water to the pot of your double boiler and heat on the stove until simmering. Place soap base pieces in the bowl and set this on top of the pot. Stir until soap is melted.


Make the Marbled Goat Milk Soap


Using the oven mitt, carefully pick up the bowl and pour the melted soap in the molds. You may want to start with one or two molds at a time until you get a feel for how quickly the soap cools. Caution: The melted soap will be HOT!

Pouring the melted soap into the soap molds

For each bar of soap:

Sprinkle one or two drops of essential oil. Next, add one or two drops of the first color. With the toothpick, swirl it around. Now, add a couple drops of the second color (if using). Swirl the colors together.

Adding yellow soap dye


Stirring the soap dye with a toothpick


Adding the second dye color


Stirring the yellow and red dyes together


Repeat above steps for each bar of soap.

Adding essential oil to the soap


Drop yellow dye onto the soap


Drip blue dye on the soap

Combine the two dyes with a toothpick


Goat Milk Soap setting up


Goat Milk Soap in the soap mold


Finish the Marbled Soap


Let your soaps set for about an hour. If they’re not set completely, place your molds in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes. Carefully, remove your soaps from their molds. If the soap is stuck in the mold, gently score the edge with a sharp knife and it should pop right out.

Heart shaped Goat Milk Soap


Round Goat Milk Soap


Marbled Goat Milk Soap


Side view of goat milk soap

That’s all there’s to it. These pretty marbled goat milk soaps make wonderful gifts not just for Christmas but Birthdays, Mother’s Day and especially Valentine’s Day!

Plus, they can be made into virtually any shape and the fragrance options are almost limitless. You can personalize them with floral scent or perhaps more musky?

I hope you enjoyed this post. If you try it, please let me know how your marbled goat milk soaps turned out.
Thanks!
Annette
FiberArtsy

Here are my other Beauty Recipes:

DIY Lotion Bars & Lip Balm
Pamper You Bath Bombs
Brown Sugar and Vanilla Body Scrub
Peppermint Bath Salts

Fun and easy way to make some pretty (and pretty smelling) marbled goat milk soap. A great DIY Gift Idea for Christmas, Birthdays or Valentines Day. a FiberArtsy.com tutorial

Fun and easy way to make some pretty (and pretty smelling) marbled goat milk soap. Homemade beauty recipe which also is a great DIY Gift Idea for Christmas, Birthdays or Valentines Day. You can find lots of other beauty recipes including bath salts, scrubs and lotion bars. A FiberArtsy.com free craft tutorial


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Comments

  1. What a pretty end result!

  2. These look like they would be fun to make. My cousin makes soap and lotion from goat’s milk but she has goats. I use goat’s milk soap and love the way it makes my skin feel.