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Life of the Party Suspension Soap Base, 2-Pound, Goats Milk
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- Uses: Soap Making
- Made in USA
- Ingredients: Water, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Stearate, Glycerin, Sucrose, Sodium Laurate, Sorbitol, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Goat Milk, Sodium Chloride, Stearic Acid, Lauric Acid, Silica, Titanium Dioxide, Pentasodium Pentetate, Tetrasodium Etidronate, Methylchloroisothiazoline, Methylisothiazoline, Magnesium Chloride, Magnesium Nitrite
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Specially formulated soap suspends herbs and other additives evenly throughout your soap creations. Mold your own soap with this wonderful soap base!.
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I love goats milk. I love drinking it, love goat cheeses and more because I have an issue with bovine dairy. Until I get to my own land (hopefully later this year) and can keep my own goats, I will be using this.
I added a honey glycerin base soap with melted beeswax, coconut and olive oil, crushed dried rosemary (which are the specks and tinted the soap a nice green) and more to an amazing shampoo bar and the other more pinkish one is a rose petal tinted bath bar where I added pinches of apricot seeds and dried lavender buds closer to the bottom as a built in loofah. These are huge hits and our skin and hair have been thanking us!! I'm having family and social network friends asking me to make them some now.
Half of the soap base made 5 small bars (see pic). I added dried lavender buds, orange zest, and essential oils to the batch, but no other oils or butters. I figured the goats milk would make it pretty soft on the skin already. The melting process was easy, and I liked it better than glycerin because it wasn't so sticky and messy. The soap didn't congeal around the bowl, and it was easy to stir in the additions and pour it into the mold. The smell wasn't too strong, though still distinctly soapy.
The major problems I have with the melt & pour are the ingredients & the texture of the bars. The stuff is loaded with sulfates & propylene glycol--things I try to avoid by making my own soaps. If I wanted all those additives in my soap, I'd just buy it at the store. In addition, the soap bars come out really soft, much softer than I like in a homemade bar. I worry that the soap with melt quickly and be used up in no time. If I had used a more complex mold, I might have destroyed the design by popping it out of the mold, since the bars were so soft. I let them cure overnight but they never hardened up. Even after a couple weeks, the bars I have left are soft.
The redeeming quality is the finished bar's soft lather. It feels quite luxurious when washing! It foams up into a soft, smooth lather that I really like in a body soap bar. View the video and see my hand washing test for a better idea of the finished product.