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Mixture is very hot and thick. Goat Milk and Bentonite Clay Soap A2DB630D 2FFF 4C4D 850D E83AD4A77699 - … Light, mild, creamy, and 100% goat’s milk. I’m pretty new to making soap- I’ve only done hot process so far- and I was wondering why the milk is frozen when you add the lye. How to add Clay to Hot Process soap. so you could use a 3 lb mold for it OR use a 2.5 lb mold and have a container or extra individual molds handy for any extra soap batter you may have. You want to use more water (if you normally discount) and you want to add additives that make your soap more fluid, such as yogurt, sodium lactate and sugar. 29 oz oil + (abt) 4 oz lye + 10 oz liquid = 43 oz (or 2 pounds, 11 ounces) I set my container of milk in a sink full of ice water to help control the temperature when I add the lye. Milk soaps are darker than soaps made from a water base because of the reaction of the lye to the sugars in milk. lye — 4.463 ounces or 126.524 grams. (This will hold true for all of my hot process soap recipes on this site, but my cold process ones are usually discounted a bit more.). containers for me). Yes, you can use milk in all forms (pasteurized or unpasteurized) to make soap. Please log in again. It’s cooking now and dark liquid is separating from everything else…is it ruined?? My lemon soap was great as your recipe. Is it out of the freezer/refrigerator now? Then hit “Calculate Lye” at the bottom. (It still gives a really cool effect though!) Sometimes soap does some unexplainable things to me too though! Can I sub the olive oil with canola oil? http://teachsoap.com/2012/12/18/hot-process-cpop-swirls/ If you write an objectionable comment, be aware that it may be flagged--and deleted. Milk, water, lye and oil measurements are by weight. To figure out the amount of fragrance oil you would take the total weight of the oils of your recipe and multiply it by the recommended percentage. Carefully pour the lye/milk mixture into the fats/oils and begin stick blending. Would the overheating explain the soap splitting or is some sort of splitting part of the normal process? (If it’s too soft, then let it stay in a few days longer.) Hi! I teach the hot process method of soapmaking in workshops. Also can i substitute the butter with palm oil? It smells really good and I kinda like the marble effect. It will change the appearance, but that’s what I’d do to be on the safe side: The login page will open in a new tab. Running it through the lye calculator, the lye amount barely changes – from 4.05 oz to 4.03 oz. And yes..It is all fragranced by spices. Especially if I’m adding fragrances, I like to stir the soap around and cool it slightly before adding scents. :). Was a nervous wreck. Most of the time, this works out! So happy that you enjoyed the article! The main point of cure is to allow moisture to evaporate from the soap so it becomes harder and lasts longer in the shower. How to make Perfect Hot Process Goat’s Milk Soap: Gather all tools, utensils, ingredients, and other supplies including your molds and prepare your work area. I have a question. I’m using a loaf mold here. You must have an accurate digital scale to make soap. Could it be done in hot process? lard — 6.4 ounces or 181.437 grams It should fit in a 3 pound mold. The keys to this method are: 1) Treating the soap with cold process techniques at the beginning by cooling the fats/oils and also cooling the lye/milk mixture not only by freezing the milk but by the very slow lye addition; 2) re-emulsifying with the stick blender at mid-cook to speed the cooking process and lessen the heat effects on the milk; and 3) freezing the finished soap in the mold to quickly kick back the heat. For hot process, you wait on the extras and stir them in after cook time. The melted oils should bring the temperature to around 90 to 100°F, though you don’t have to get too hung up on trying to make the temperatures match. Then hit the button under that which says “Resize Recipe”. I did stir the soap very regularly but I was probably fighting a losing battle since I added the honey too early. Pour a little bit at a time, stirring well after each addition until the lye is fully dissolved into the milk. http://www.soapqueen.com/bath-and-body-tutorials/tips-and-tricks/how-to-add-lye-to-milk-for-cold-process-soap/, I hope that I answered all of your questions and happy soap making! For example, if it calls for castor oil can olive oil or vegetable oil be used instead? and here’s a post that might help on how to use it when swapping oils: You can add it to the lye solution, to the oils, or at trace to help accelerate the reaction rate and to help with the lather. So glad the soap was a success! The sweet almond oil may be an issue. Pour the soap batter in a mold and lightly cover it with a sheet of wax paper. Why do I call it incredible? 16 oz. That’s still a good percentage of goat’s milk in the soap, but. Once trace is reached, stir in the honey and any other additives you’d like such as oatmeal or essential oils. Hi Natalia! Adding oatmeal will make it thicker. :). I’ll post pics on my blog later. I’ve never made soap but now I’m excited to try! :), Hi Jan, It depends on your mold size, but it should make around 7 to 8 bars of soap. (I’m not 100% sure how that will work out, though I think it will.) Cook for 1 hour, checking every 15 minutes of so and stirring each time you do. Hi again! Read my barnyard stories! Step 2. Hi Erica, I’m so sorry to hear that! Do you feel like cold or hot process soap last longer? Pin it. .087 ounces converts to 2.46 grams which is a very small amount! Lots of Lather Hello, I made the hot process soap with goats milk. Stir carefully for a few minutes, then add another spoonful. It looks great. 7 oz (198 g) coconut oil Though it may diminish the lather just a bit, you could replace the castor oil with your shea butter. :). You can also use a fragrance calculator like this one: Hot Process Shaving Soap Recipe. :). I would let it sit at room temperature a few more days before trying to unmold, then see how it does. Jan Berry is a writer, herbalist, soapmaker, and bestselling author of The Big Book of Homemade Products, Simple & Natural Soapmaking, and Easy Homemade Melt & Pour Soaps. That’s great! This excellent article over at I’d Lather Be Soaping has tons of great information and should answer all of your questions on resizing recipes to fit your mold: Hi Jessica! Good luck with your soap! I usually add 1 to 2 tablespoons (15 to 30 ml) per batch of soap. I thought it was lost because of the brown coloration. I had a lot of success with the cold process goat’s milk soap method I outlined here. Heat until completely melted. Weigh each fat/oil. If the temperature keeps rising, the crack could turn into a soap volcano, so anytime you spot it, you’ll want to move the soap to a cooler place or in front of a fan to help it cool down a bit. In fact, it should help boost the lather of your soap. But the soaps are just amazing to use, I think almond milk makes a nicer soap than rice milk, but you could give them both a try & see which one you like best. Let me know how it turns out! :) super helpful!! However, if your chunks are crumbly and dry, like chunks of lye, then that could be a problem. Do you think that would create a noticeable difference in colour? Just be careful if you are adding both sugar and milk to your recipe because your soap can get quite hot. Step 1: Weigh out the milk and freeze it in ice cube trays overnight. You tell me if that’s not an incredible difference. I think over the last 48 hours the smell is reducing and whilst it seemed to oily to start it is improving in texture a little. (Usually not a problem though.) How to Make Hot Process Shaving Soap. The farmhouse was one hundred years old, there was already snow on the ground, and the heat was sparse-—as was the insulation. Discussion is encouraged, and differing opinions are welcome. FWIW, I’ve made this recipe twice, which is also the exact number of times I’ve made soap. 1) what SF have you given for shampoo bars in your book I have a post I wrote on making substitutions here that you might find helpfuL: https://thenerdyfarmwife.com/how-to-make-any-soap-recipe-palm-free/. I have two queries; It’s the method, not the recipe, that matters. Already registered? Before placing hot process soap in the mold, I always transfer it first to a stainless steel bowl. The lye will turn the milk a deep yellow. I have heard of a lot of recipes for hot process goat milk soap and watched a few U Tube videos but the goat milk, honey, and oats are added after the soap cooks for 60 minutes and added at the end. The sugars in milk are a little more delicate than just using water, so that helps it behave better in your soap. What can I sub the sweet almond oil and castor oil with? For the castor oil – I’d probably take 2 ounces from maybe olive (since it’s pretty high in almost all of my recipes) OR you could think about taking it from the coconut oil, depending on how much coconut oil you like in a soap. Remove crock from pot and place on a wire rack to cool. cold process. As an Amazon Asssociate we earn from qualifiying purchases. Hi Dominic, I’m glad it was helpful! In this recipe, rice bran, hemp, avocado, apricot kernel oil or even more olive oil could be good substitutions for the sweet almond oil. * For cold process soap, you can decrease the amount of milk from 9 oz (255 g) to 8 oz (227 g) so it will firm up faster in the mold. This is the answer, and it’s fun to boot. Thank you for a great explanation of the differences! If you insulate milk soap (or honey soap), then it may overheat causing a crack to form down the middle, or worse, it will volcano through the crack and spill out of your mold. Adding fruit and vegetable purees to cold process soap is one method of using your garden produce to create something unique. I just got back from 3 weeks away and the orange spots have disappeared! The marble effect is probably where the honey and/or the fragrance oil didn’t completely mix into the soap batter, but that’s usually just cosmetic and won’t hurt anything. The website thenerdyfarmwife.com, operating under Honey Bee Hill Creatives LLC, is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. The rapid re-emulsification with the stick blender will speed the finish time, and help keep the soap from over-cooking or darkening or getting a cooked-milk stink. Since I’m working all week it will have to wait until the weekend. Thanks Jasmine; I’m happy you like them! I just checked a leftover bar from this batch that I had from 4 months ago and it’s rock hard. Just stuck them in the freezer an hour ago. I wanted to know if you could take any cold process recipe and make it the hot process way so I could try it sooner. I’m making my very first batch as we speak. Time factor – your soap is ready within approximately 24 hours I did add Oatmeal Milk & Honey Cybilla Fragrance Oil from Bramble Berry, could this be an issue? I may have missed this in the comments if someone else already asked, but approximately how many bars of soap will this recipe yield? im getting ready to try this today or tomorrow. Bramble Berry has a great fragrance calculator to help you figure out the amount you might need: http://www.brambleberry.com/Pages/Fragrance-Calculator.aspx. :). Many of my readers have mentioned that an empty Pringles chip can makes a perfect hot process soap mold. Colloidal oatmeal would be wonderful in this recipe! Hi Debbie! https://www.bulkherbstore.com/blog/post/how-to-make-easy-cold-processed-lavender-soap/ She lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains with her family and a menagerie of animals, where she enjoys brainstorming creative things to make with the flowers and weeds that grow around her. Add the water. You can usually substitute part of the olive oil in a recipe with canola oil. For this batch, I actually stirred a bit much and got a thicker trace than I normally would. Stirring more frequently will keep that from happening. Though the color guide is for cold-process soap, you could also use the ingredients in hot-process and sometimes in melt-and-pour. Hi Susan! It is not known whether any of the skin-loving properties of the produce will survive the soap making environment, but there is just something extra appealing about a blueberry scented soap filled with fresh blueberry puree. Or are they the same? "It was a cold wintry day when I brought my children to live in rural West Virginia. :). They are all plant-based or use natural substances like clay and sugars. Remove the milk from the freezer–it should be very cold by now, like a slushy. If you want it to be a milk soap, use milk instead of water, freeze it, then follow the directions for the process in this post, just using the other recipe. Hi Karen, So glad to hear that you enjoyed reading the post! Sugar can be added at different times during the process of soap making. This is where I mix in additives and fragrances. The process photo examples are fantastic to show how heat affects the bars. I made my frist milk base soap yesterday. Olive oil has almost no lather to speak of, but is a nice gentle cleanser (excellent for sensitive skin) and though it starts off soft, eventually cures to a very hard bar over a long cure time. Add a spoonful of the lye onto the milk ice cubes. Hot Process Soap Making Instructions. Thanks! Needless to say I love the finished product, even though the first batch may or may not have been overworked before pouring. what do you think? 2 oz (57 g) castor oil THANK YOU SO MUCH !! http://www.brambleberry.com/pages/Fragrance-Calculator.aspx. I’ll get something written up on it someday soon hopefully, but the Soap Queen has a great how-to: By the time you’re finished, it will be a lemon-y color. It brings me much joy! (And to help your soap firm up faster, you could drop the liquid even a bit lower.). (I’m planning to do CP with raw cow’s milk). :), Hi.It’s been 3. Hi, would this work with frozen coconut milk? Great recipe! Hi jan, Hi Kaliene, I’m so glad that you like the recipe! If you have to use the freezer method to unmold, the cold soap will build up some condensation as it sits out in the room temperature air, but that’s perfectly normal and it will evaporate off. I’ll buy some in advance for Christmas presents this year and birthday presents and just because presents. Hi Jan. What would happen if you combined the milk and honey, freeze the mixture and use this as the liquid to add the lye to? Yes, you are exactly right – you use the same weight. Hi Elizabeth! I am officially hooked. 2 oz. Yes, castor oil is a great substitute. This keeps the entire mixture at a controlled cool temperature during the combining of the milk and lye, and is a key part of the “cold process treatment” you’re giving to the hot process soap. All content © The Nerdy Farm Wife - All Rights Reserved. The floors weren’t even, either. Yes, you would add fragrance after cooking your soap. Can you, or have you, ever added more milk at trace? Let me know if you run into questions! But for the purposes of this article and answering the question I get so often from people about using milk in hot process soap recipes, I’m going to just discuss hot process soap. It seems this would be a nice face soap, I am one that can not use cleansers on my face, I like the feel of clean and then apply a light face cream. With the amount of substitutions you need to make though, you may find it easier to go with a completely different base recipe. How much honey did you add? I use a 1% phenolphthalein solution to test the soap. I don’t normally add milk at trace, but lately, I’ve really been favoring the method of using half the liquid as water up front to make the lye solution and the other half as milk blended into the oils right before adding the lye solution. This recipe is I have made 25-30 batches of cold process but never Hot Process. I could not add a picture to this comment for you to see. Text and photographs may not be published, broadcast, redistributed or aggregated without express permission. :) To be sure that it’s a safe ratio of oil and lye, you could rebatch the soap, adding in the missing oil. Bonnie, Hi Bonnie! And I love soap that’s soap right away. In hot process soap making, you can also add it at gel, after the cook, or even sneak it in with your colorants. After 24 to 48 hours, the soap should be firm enough to remove from the mold. You can use goat or cow’s milk, fresh or canned. How much beeswax? So, if a recipe calls for 9 oz of milk, and you want to add 2 oz at trace, you would make the lye solution with 7 ounces of milk and stir in the other 2 ounces at trace. Thank you! (I didn’t refrigerate the one shown.). If it’s good for mechanic’s hands and had an exfoliating texture to it, she may have added pumice. Castor oil would be nice, though 4 oz is usually the amount I add to a shampoo bar (to make it extra lathery) and I do a little less in bar soaps. When a recipe calls for certain oils can they be substituted ? ALWAYS ADD LYE TO THE MILK, not the other way around. “Our Honey Almond fragrance oil can be used at .3%.” What could I use in its place? You can stir it in when you add the honey. Make sure you are familiar with your weight scale before you start. When my partner recovers from the smell of that last effort (which did not linger thankfully) I may try again, perhaps I should start with a non milk soap as my first hot process attempt? Cinnamon and clove is such a great scent blend – I bet it smells wonderful with the honey! See how to make “regular” hot process soap here to see the differences in the methods. :). Have a blessed day! I will continue to visit your site. using the same amounts in recipe? I don’t do a lot of swirls (though I love how they look!) At this point, the milk will probably smell a bit like ammonia. Many thanks! Weigh the other oils into your soap making pot or container and then pour the melted oils into there too. Are you going to be selling soap again? It is cinnamon and clove, milk and honey. We are getting ready to make our own soaps, and I have been wondering what the difference is between hot & cold process. can i use fresh homemade almond milk and turn it into a almond honey soap? You sure can. Use your stick blender to begin mixing, turning it on and off so as not to burn your motor out. It remained pretty pale in colour throughout cooking and did not get brown. water Add Additives; Scoop into mold and cool. I will likely try the almost castile chamomile soap or the lemon balm recipe this time but eventually would like to try this one as I love goat milk soap. If you’re pretty comfortable with making hot process, next time you can drop the water amount down an ounce or two. The information on this site is for idea-sharing only. The benefits are basically the same! hello! I think your sister will love it! So To Not lose The Batch ,I hot processed It before It Was set in the mold. If you would like to help support the overhead costs of this website, you may donate. Spoon the soap into a mold. Both of your soaps, cold and hot process look great! To me, it’s just a more authentic method. Depending on how long it has already cooked, it may not have gone completely through the hot process stages, but that’s okay – you can just treat it as cold process. To get the weight of a recipe, just add together the weights of the oils + liquids + lye. :). (I haven’t tried that, but it sounds like a good idea if you have one handy!). I made this soap over the weekend. If my house is REALLY warm in the summer, I sometimes let my soaps sit at room temperature uninsulated; also the same if a batch has honey or milk in it & I’m afraid it will overheat. Weigh each fat/oil. I’d probably try something like 1 tablespoon of oatmeal in the recipe and see how you like the outcome. However, if you want to add 2 extra ounces of kokum in addition to the other oils and butters, then you’d definitely want to run that kind of change through the lye calculator, because you’ll need a new amount of lye. Ruth, Hi Ruth, Hooray that your first batch of milk soap turned out great – that’s wonderful to hear! That’s completely normal and the soap will still be perfectly fine to use! You also don’t generally need as much essential oils in hot process. Please come back and post the link to your post on your blog! 29 oz of oil x .3% (.003) = .087 oz of fragrance oil needed. thanks so much ?? To make a goat’s milk soap that’s not dark, I focused on cold process methods. Thanks for this great tutorial (and all the others)… :). Put the stick blender back in the crock and re-emulsify it. And the reason for that is because of the immediate gratification factor. Weigh and combine oils in slow cooker. 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