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    hi does anyone know how much goats milk powder i would add to m&p soap base to make goats milk soap. I bought a ready made one from soaposh but it had no batch no's on so i have gone back to my usual supplier but they don't make a goats milk one. I have to use a uk company
    eileen

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    We have a goats milk soap spe******t on here, but she's based in America so will be on later and hopefully will be able to help you out.
    full time mum and very very part time crafter.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by beadsbydesign View Post
      We have a goats milk soap spe******t on here, but she's based in America so will be on later and hopefully will be able to help you out.
      I think like us, Susan only makes Goat's Milk Soap in CP.

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      • #4
        Good morning!

        Jane is right, I am a CP soap maker. However, I just had a little look around...over here on this side of the internet.... I found mostly goat milk M&P base - i.e., it's already in there. But I found one site that said add up to 10% and another that said one tablespoon, but didn't say to how much M&P base you add this.

        I would have a little google around on your side and see if you come up with a recipe you like.

        Oh and i saw one site that said add powdered gm to the M&P just beofre pouring...that sounds to me like bad advice, but I could be wrong, since I don't have experience with this, but it seems to me you would end up with little blobs of dry gm in your bars. I would add a little bit of water to the powdered milk and get it nice and smooth before adding, and then add early on to make certain it was thoroughly incorporated.

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        • #5
          thanks for the advice. most recipes i have say a percentage of extra ingredients ie oatmeal so maybe the goatsmilk will be the same . I have just finished making bath salts with brandy butter fragrance they smell fantastic
          eileen

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