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Oatmeal, Milk and Honey Soap Recipe (Without Lye)

There's nothing quite as soothing as an oatmeal, milk and honey soap, especially one you've made yourself.

But if you're a new soap maker, the entire process probably seems daunting. Particularly working with lye.

That's why this oatmeal, milk and honey soap recipe is perfect for beginners. It's made without lye (at least, the lye step has already been done for you so you don't have to do it.)

It uses the melt and pour method with a premade goat's milk soap base, so it's super easy to make and ready to use as soon as you pop it from the mold. The melt and pour method is the way I started off making soap all those years ago, and I highly recommend new soapers start off this way too.

Another plus -- this bar is gentle enough for face and body. And great for kids too! This is the same soap recipe I used years and years ago for my older two children (now 19 and 21) when they were babies.

If you've never made melt and pour soap before, I've got a ni…

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