Goat Milk Soap Finished Product – Wordless Wednesday

Last week I published a Goat Milk Soap Wordless Wednesday post that showed the process of making Goat Milk Soap. This week’s post is showing the finished product – bars of Goat Milk Soap. This process involved grating the bars, melting it down again, adding essential oils. Remember, we use Young Living Essential oils as they are 100% pure therapeutic grade. Plus, we like the way the company is run and how they own many of their own farms – they have an open door policy, offering tours and even inviting people to come help with the harvest. I sooooo want to go some day!

FFR Goat Milk Soap Humming Bird

We love this Humming Bird mold.

FFR Goat Milk Soap Kitty

My daughter used a kitty cookie cutter to make a few small bars of soap for the children.

FFR Goat Milk Soap Baby

This soap mold required cutting the bars and you can see how soft they still were; because of this we are going to allow our soap bars to cure another week or two so they are firmer before selling them. We did sell a few bars over the weekend, just not as much as we wanted to.

By the way, happy spring!

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17 comments

  1. Tammy says:

    That is so neat – and what a great family enterprise!

  2. Maryann says:

    looks wonderful

  3. Marcie W. says:

    They look great and I bet they smell delicious!

  4. That is really neat. I’d like to be able to make my own soap.

  5. Those turned out so pretty! I love the designs and how detailed they are!

  6. Jenn says:

    Beautiful job!

  7. Mellisa says:

    These turned out so good!

  8. I love the last bar, but I’m partial to goats. Not sure why since the one we had always butted me …lol

  9. Lolo says:

    Those are really pretty soaps!!

  10. courtney says:

    Wow impressive and they’re so pretty!

  11. When I had more time, I used to make goat milk soap and it seriously is one of the most amazing things you can do for your skin.

  12. I am seriously in awe over this! They look beautiful. Are you going to sell them online?

  13. Kathleen says:

    It came out really pretty!

  14. Love these! Thanks so much for sharing!

  15. What beautiful soap! If you ever decide to market it, please let me know! I would buy that in a heart beat!

  16. Leilani says:

    Love that mold!

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