Homemade Milk and Honey Soap Recipe

Are you ready for the ultimate homemade milk and honey soap recipe? Milk and honey are the most powerful duo for skin care. From ancient times, milk is used as a skin care product.

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It is believed that Egyptian rules Cleopatra was having a milk bath every day. And many other historical female figures benefitted from honey and milk over time. Today, we will make our own homemade milk and honey soap and treat ourselves like queens and princesses.

With this super easy recipe, you can have your homemade honey soap in just 5 minutes. The preparation of the recipe will only take 5 minutes. And you can also make larger amounts. Since honey will not spoil, it is also really easy to store the soaps. Just keep them in your bathroom. You don’t need special care to store honey and milk soaps.

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Homemade Milk and Honey Soap Ingredient

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  • 1 bar of goat milk soap base
  • Silicone mould
  • 6 table spoons of raw organic honey
  • 2 or 3 drops of yellow and red soap colouring agent

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Source: DIY Honey Face Mask Recipes

Homemade Milk and Honey Soap Preparation

Homemade Milk and Honey Soap
Homemade Milk and Honey Soap Recipe

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Take goat milk soap base and melt it in microwave. This will approximately take 15 to 20 seconds.

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If you don’t have microwave, take a pot and fill half of the pot with water.

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Place the pot on the stove.

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Add goat milk soap base into a bowl.

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Place the bowl in the pot.

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Melt goat milk soap base. This will approximately take 20 to 30 minutes.

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When the goat milk soap base is melted, add 6 table spoons of raw organic honey.

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Mix the ingredients.

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Add 2 or 3 drops of yellow soap dye.

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Mix all the ingredients.

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Pour the soap into silicone moulds.

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Wait for 30 minutes so the mixture cools down.

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Take the soaps out of the mould.

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Milk and Honey Soap
DIY: Milk and Honey Soap

After this step, your milk and honey soap will be ready to use. You can use this soap to wash your hands or to take a shower. The moisturising effect of milk when combined with raw honey will double. Milk and honey soap is suitable for all skin types. If you have sensitive or oily skin, you can easily use this DIY soap.

I added colouring dye to the recipe to have nice looking soaps. If you want, you can skip this step. But, if you want colourful and fun looking milk and honey soap, you can add different colours. Yellow and red looks really amazing. But you can use other soap dyes to have beautiful looking soaps that are good for your skin.

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Also, you can change the amount of ingredients here. But, you should keep the ratio between each ingredient. If you want to make larger or smaller amounts, just double the ingredients in the list or use half of the amounts.

When you use the amounts given above, you will have approximately 10 small soaps. Of course, this depends on the size of the mould you are using.

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