Cafe Latte Goat’s Milk Soap Recipe

Cafe Latte Goat's Milk Soap Recipe

This soap, made with coffee and milk, can be used in the kitchen to rid unwanted scents from hands, in the morning to help wake your senses, or to help exfoliate skin.  Coffee grounds are known for their ability to reduce the appearance of cellulite.

Café Latte Soap – 4lbsBy weight unless otherwise stated17 oz Coconut oil 76°17 oz Olive oil8 oz Palm oil8 oz Goat’s milk, frozen, by volume8 oz Coffee with distilled water, by volume6.2 oz Sodium hydroxide2 oz Vanilla essential oil, by volume1/3 cup Coffee grounds, by volume

Follow cold-process soap safety. Mix oils and melt, then allow to cool to 110-120 degrees F. Make 8 oz of strong coffee using distilled water. Mix the lye with the coffee and allow the temperature to cool to approximately 150 degrees F. Then add the lye/coffee mixture to the frozen goat’s milk and blend until the temperature is 110-120 degrees F. Add in lye solution and mix with stick blender. As mixture thickens, add coffee grounds and scent at trace. Pour into mold and allow to set and cure.

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