You Can! Make Goat’s Milk Soap!

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Merry Christmas to you all!  This is my present to you, a video on how to make goat’s milk soap.  I hope you enjoy it and get the confidence you need to start making your own soap!  If you do not have goat’s milk, you can still make a natural soap bar by substituting the milk with distilled water.

Have fun!  Remember, this is free (amateur video of course), so if you have not joined this blog or liked me on facebook already, then would you please do so for me?  Just look to the left and you can subscribe by email, like my page, and/or join!

Would you rather buy goat’s milk soap?  Check out my website at  

My soaps are at a great price you won’t get anywhere else at $3.50 per bar!  I also have goat’s milk lotions available.  My You Can! Make Goat’s Milk Lotion! is coming soon!

As always, I am so thankful you visited!

22 comments on “You Can! Make Goat’s Milk Soap!

  1. Did I miss something? I could have, since I was watching this on my laptop at the same time as supervising my two boys taking a bath tonight! When you first put the mixture in the blender, and you had to blend in batches because of the quantity, where did you put the newly blended mixture? I saw you had two stock pots and noticed that you definitely put the traced soap into the second stock pot after blending the second time with the oatmeal and EO. But what was happening with the first blend?

    PS: Amazing video, by the way! I can't wait to try this myself…I've wanted to but have been apprehensive, and I feel much more confident after actually seeing the process!

  2. After you mix the first batch, it should all be put in the second pot. I didn't mention to put the saponified soap (after it has gone through the second time) goes in the pot you started out with. Probably should have mentioned that, huh? Glad you enjoyed it!

  3. Great video! I've been wanting to try making my own soap for a while now! Thanks for sharing your tips and tricks with us! I can't wait to try my own now! 🙂

  4. Thanks for sharing this! We just got a goat and I have been wanting to try soap… Visiting from Deep Roots at Home 🙂 and will visit again soon!

  5. I have been making goats milk soap for about a year now. It is so much fun, and my skin has never felt so good! Thanks for sharing your video, I hope more ladies will take up this fun and rewarding hobby! Visiting from! Merry Christmas!

  6. Susie, I love how you make it look so easy…and it isn't hard (I did it once with a friend)! What I'm attempting to say is that you are very natural in front of the camera. You are so brave!! Thank you, Kaila, for helping your Mom so well!! Beautiful job, girls 🙂

  7. Thank you Susie! That was a great video. I have been "studying" on how to make soap for a while (because I've been too chicken to just DO it) and watching you gave me the courage I need! lol

  8. Hey, Susie, is it 2 pounds of coconut oil or 2.5? Just asking, the math didn't add up with the kg amount you gave when I put it into the lye calculator and I just wanted to double check before I started!

  9. I tried making the soap and had some trouble. The batch saponified – but when I left it overnight in the brambleberry mold oils seeped out all over the place.
    Also, the lye mix never got above 45 degrees (I partially froze the milk) and I heated the lye/milk mix to 85 degrees with sink water.

  10. i had a question about clean up: When you make soap do you need to have all different utencils and equipment from the cookware equipment? or can i use my everyday cookware to make the soap?

  11. Love both the soap and lotion videos and I have watched them several times. Do you have the instructions in a printed format? Couldn't find it on your site.

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