Lavender Soap DIY Recipe – Easy Homemade Soap Recipe.
Are you a fancy soap person?
Because, honestly, I’m not.
I didn’t grow up in a fancy soap household. And when I did visit a fancy soap household, I didn’t really know if you could/should use the fancy soap.
Are you supposed to use the fancy soap?
And don’t even get me started on the fancy towels. 😉
So why am I making fancy soap today?
Good question. I’m not really sure …
Perhaps I aspire to become a fancy soap person?
Or perhaps I came across some homemade soap projects on Pinterest and thought, “oh, that looks fun. And easy. And great smelling!”
So here I am. Making some fancy-fun-and-easy-great-smelling homemade soap!
Lavender Soap DIY Recipe
Lavender Oil (I found mine at Michael’s but here are some choices on Amazon)
*includes some affiliate links.
Cut 1 lb of goat’s milk melt & pour soap mix (1/2 of the 2 lb brick) into squares.
Melt in microwave for 30 seconds. Remove & stir and keep microwaving for 10 second intervals until full melted.
Add 15 drops of lavender to melted goat’s milk.
Add a tablespoon of lavender to melted goat’s milk.
Add a second tablespoon to goat’s milk mix (optional).
Ladle into silicon soap form.
Let it set up overnight.
And that’s it! Now you too can be a fancy soap person.
Though I’m still unsure if I should/could use it? 😉
You Might Also Like: