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  • Angela Vi

    Milk and Honey Soap- 19 Brilliant Homemade Beauty Products That Are Great for Skin Care

  • Kary McKenna

    Milk and honey soap Materials 2 teaspoons (10 ml) Vanilla essential oil 1 tablespoon (15 ml) Honey 2 tablespoons (30 ml) Buttermilk powder 2 tablespoons (30 ml) hot water 1 cup (240 ml) Oatmeal (do not use quick-cooking oatmeal) 2 lbs. (908 g) Shea butter melt-and-pour suspension soap Tools Bowls: small (2) Double boiler with lid Glass measuring cup: 4-cup (960 ml) Knife: large Measuring spoons Metal spoon for stirring Mold: square muffin or brownie pan with multiple sections Paper towel Rubber spatula Spray bottle filled with rubbing alcohol Strainer or cheesecloth Vegetable spray Instructions 1. Lightly coat the pan with vegetable spray. Using a paper towel, 1 remove any excess spray. 2. Using the large knife, chop the oatmeal so the flakes are about half 2 their original size. 3. Sprinkle about 1 teaspoon (5 ml) of the chopped oatmeal evenly on 3 the bottom of each square in the pan. 4. Using the large knife, cut the soap into cubes, then melt the soap in 4 the double boiler, covering the double boiler with the lid. 5. While the soap is melting, mix the buttermilk powder with the 5 hot water in a small bowl. Using a separate bowl and a strainer or cheesecloth, strain the mixture to remove any lumps. 6. Once the soap is melted, add the buttermilk mixture and honey, 6 stirring gently to incorporate. Stir in ¾ cup (180 ml) of oatmeal until it is evenly distributed, then stir in the essential oil. 7. Transfer the soap into the glass measuring cup using the rubber 7 spatula. Slowly pour the soap into the pan, then spray the surface of the soap with rubbing alcohol to eliminate any bubbles. 8. Allow the soap to cool and fully harden, then remove the soap from 8 the pan. Read the original article, "Handmade, Homemade Soap Recipes: The Art of Natural Soap Making." Read more:

  • Virginia Opell

    Handmade Soap Recipe: Milk and Honey Soap using melt and pour.

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