Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Goat's Milk and Honey Soap Tutorial With A Mica Swirl

I am participating in the Great Cakes Soap Challenge for the first time - even though it is week 3 of the challenge :P

I decided to make a goat's milk and honey soap with an oatmeal, honey and milk fragrance.  And I made a video tutorial!  Don't laugh too hard LOL!  I was nervous!

The challenge part was the mica swirl and we could do whatever we wanted inside the soap.  I love this goat's milk soap!  It turned out really nice and creamy!  I included some honey in this recipe.  The honey was from my Grandpa, who was a bee keeper, so it's a very special soap :)

Keep going to see pictures of the cut soap....

Ta da!  I thought it was great!

I used coconut oil, palm oil, olive oil and castor oil.  It should have great fluffy lather and be very moisturizing.  I can't wait to try a bar!  I plan on making another one tomorrow, but it will be unscented.   

They have some honey comb texture and swirly mica tops AND then I added a bee hive stamp with more mica on the front of each soap.  

So creamy.....

Yum!  The scent is amazing!  Sweet and a little bit almondy.  I can't stop sniffing it LOL!

These bars will be for sale in my Etsy shop in a few weeks :)  
Kiyi Kiyi Etsy Shop


  1. Those little stamps are so cute! <3 Love that the soap has both a beautiful mica top and the honey combs.

  2. Love the bee hive stamp and the swirled top - nice !!

  3. Love your video! the top is so pretty!

  4. Fun! I always like the honeycomb pattern!

  5. I especially like the creamy look and the stamps.

  6. Very creative design work! I'm so glad you joined us for this challenge! :)

  7. Beautiful mica swirl!


  8. Stunning! I love all 3 creative points!
    Hummer Hugs,
    hummingbird204 at comcast dot net