Oatmeal Soap

Home Made Oat Meal Soap

Goat Milk And Oat meal Soap Recipe (For Dry and itchy skin)

Ingredient:

1 pound, all natural goat milk Soap base

¼ cup organic grinded Oat meal

¼ cup goat milk liquid

3 table spoon baking soda

1 tea spoon organic extra virgin olive oil

Directions:

*** First scale the soap by lay a plastic wrap on a scale and put the soap base on the scale and weight the soap for 1 pound.

1. Pour hot water over ¼ cup oatmeal, set aside.

2. Cut 1 pound soap base into a small piece about 1 - 2 inches for easy melting.

3. Melt soap base in a microwave with Pyrex cup, and melt for 10 second at a time until all the soap melted to a liquid.

4. Put in oatmeal, goat milk, olive oil, and baking soda in the melted soap, and stir with wooden stick or wooden spoon until all the ingredients are mixed well.

*.* After all the ingredients are mixed well, then pour melted soap into the soap molds and let the soaps to dry and harden before take the soap out from the soap mold. It will take a few hours for soap to dry before you can use it.

*~* If the soap is hard to pop out from the mold, then you should put the soap in the freezer and leave the soap in there for at least 5 minutes, this trick will help to release the soap easily from the mold.

Now you have hand made natural soap that can clean your skin without drying and stop the itchy part.

Note: Olive oil will help to moisture your skin.


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Rosie2010 5 years ago from Toronto, Canada

Hiya Agree_36, WOW! I love oatmeal for breakfast, but I've never tried oatmeal soap. I'll give it a try.. my skin gets very dry and itchy in the winter. Thanks for the recipe.

Have a nice day!

Rosie


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Aree_36 5 years ago from Georgia Author

You are welcome:)


Charles Scott 5 years ago

Oatmeal soap is also great for treating the itching and pain from sunburns, rashes, and insect bites, which makes it great for use in the summer too!


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Aree_36 5 years ago from Georgia Author

You are right Charles! I makes oatmeal soap all year long for my son to use and he never have rashes on his body anymore and most of the time I make it without added olive oil and I like to changing ingredients to the soap but always added oatmeal.

I never know that oatmeal can help to treat the sunburn and insect bites! Thank you for new informations!:)

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