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Recently the use of goat's milk soap has become increasingly popular. Why? Apparently, studies are proving that the goat's milk in the soap is good for your skin. Whether this will be the key to removing years from your appearance remains to be seen. In the meantime, why not learn to make it yourself instead of paying incredible prices for it?

Making soap of any kind is fairly simple. Goat's milk soap is no exception.

You will need glycerine (clear or white works just as well as the other), goat's milk, a mold, and double broiler. (The goat's milk can be fresh or canned. When buying canned, make sure it has no added preservatives, hormones, or additives. One can of milk will give you roughly twenty bars of soap.)

First, cut and melt your glycerine. Use double broiler to melt your glycerine. If you do not have one, use a large pan filled with water and set a smaller pan filled with glycerine inside. Once it reaches boiling, it will melt easily.

Second, add goat's milk once your glycerine is melted. For every pound, add 3/4 to 1 cup of goat's milk. Use your own judgement.

Third, mix together until thoroughly combined. Do not allow to sit for any time at all.

Fourth, pour immediately into molds.

Fifth, allow to cool, then pop from molds.

Sixth, wrap in clear plastic.

Seven, store in a cool, dry place. Note: Do not store in a place that is too cool or too hot. Your soap will sweat and cause beads to form inside and outside of the soap.

There is no need to add scents to your soap, and it is better for your skin if you do not add any scents at all. If, however, you cannot stand the smell, do add scent but do so sparingly.