Thursday, 27 February 2014

Fresh Goat Milk Soap with Himalayan Pink Salt Tutorial

100% Fresh Goat Milk Soap with Himalayan Pink Salt
It's been a long while since I wrote a blog... been pretty busy lately, so, here it is!-

A simple tutorial on how I make the creamiest soap I've ever made-using fresh goat milk...

Some readings about the use of 'Himalayan Pink Salt':


Himalayan salts are highly beneficial for combating skin allergies. Skin allergies are caused by a many  factors, from stress and chemicals to age and illness. Himalayan salts have high bromine and magnesium levels, both of which are great for fighting allergies due to their detoxification and cleansing of the skin. It also can make the skin smoother and soothe rough skin as well. These salts are also known to help with skin conditions like psoriasis, dry skin, acne, insect bites and blisters. 

Bathing in natural Himalayan sea salt is a low-cost skin care alternative that is not only pleasant, it’s also quite effective. The salt is readily absorbed into your skin, cleaning and purifying your pores from the inside out, leaving you with a healthy, youthful glow. Bathing in sea salt also plumps up the skin, filling out fine lines and wrinkles. The powerful detoxification properties of natural sea salt breaks down harmful deposits and toxins that lead to a dull, lifeless complexion and uneven coloration. After bathing in Himalayan salt water, you will emerge with skin that is soft, smooth, and supple to the touch.

Our Ingredients:
Batch:  700g (well, you will use a lye calculator, so make up your batch depending on your mold   size).

Water as % of Oils:  35% {245g} (I used fresh Goat Milk 100%)
Superfat:  5%
Lye:  98.15g  {please calculate & use}
Fragrance Blend: 2.5% (I used Sweet Orange Essential Oil)

Oils in this batch:
50% {350g}  Extra Virgin Olive Oil
25% {175g}  Virgin Coconut Oil
25% {175g}   Soybean Oil
3 tsps. Sea Salt
3 tsps. Himalayan Pink Salt
1/4 tsp Sea Salt Solution (1:4 or 1 part salt : 4 parts boiled distilled water)-soap hardener,builder

Above is the video tutorial for this blog:

Thank you guys for watching & reading!

Fresh Goat Milk Sea Salt Bar

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