How To Make Rosemary & Lemongrass Goats Milk Soap

3 Materials
20 Minutes

Make this easy melt and pour goats milk soap with an energizing blend of rosemary and lemongrass essential oils.

Here is what you need to make your own rosemary and lemongrass goats milk soap.


Cut the goats milk into cubes so it melts easier.


Place the soap in a microwave safe bowl. For each sea shell mold I used 4 cubes. Melt the soap base in 10 second intervals until the soap is melted.

It takes about 30 seconds. Be sure not to overheat. The bowl will be very hot, so be careful. Stir the soap gently and quickly add the essential oils to the base.

If you see any bubbles forming, use a tooth pick to remove them. You may still end up with some bubbles.

I added 8-10 drops of rosemary and 8-10 drops of lemongrass to each.


Add the dried rosemary to the soap molds and slowly pour the melted soap into the mold. You may need to use the tooth pick to push the rosemary to the bottom of the mold.


Let them sit for an hour or two. If you are impatient, like me, place them in the refrigerator until they are solid. Then just pop them out by pressing on the center of the mold.

The color of the goats milk is really beautiful and I love how the flecks of rosemary show up.

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  • Daisy@TX Daisy@TX on Oct 21, 2019
    • to know if dried rosemary and dried lemon grass can be used in place of eo?
  • Gloria Gloria on Oct 22, 2019

    Your project says Goat's Milk Soap but your ingredients lists Glycerine Soap base. Where is the Goat's Milk?