Anise & Lavender Goats Milk CP Soap Recipe

 (similar to ZUM Bar by Indigo Wild)
Cold Process Soap, Anise & Lavender Goatsmilk
RECIPE – –   Anise & Lavender Goats Milk CP Soap  – – SEPTEMBER, 2015
Makes 6 lbs.


  • 22 ozs. Olive Oil
  • 18 ozs. Coconut Oil
  • 16 ozs. Palm Oil
  • 8 ozs. Castor Oil
  • 24.3 ozs Frozen Goatsmilk (fresh)
  • 9.1 ozs Sodium Hydroxide (lye)
  • 3 ozs Anise Essential Oil & Lavender Essential Oil Blend. 1:2 ratio
  • 3 tblsps.  Titanium Dioxide White
  • 1/2 tsp.    Black Oxide
  • 1/2 tsp.    D&C Violet #2 (Ext.)

Following the basic CP directions, but replacing any water with frozen goatsmilk (fresh),
prepare your oils and heat to 100°-110°.  Pre-disperse some TD white, black iron oxide,
and violet #2 separately in olive oil just to remove any lumps.  You will need more
TD white then the black and violet.  Add lye to your frozen gm a little at a time, stirring
continuously until all the gm has melted and the lye/milk is smooth.  Add immediately to
your oils. Blend batter just until the oil is mixed with the lye/milk and then pour out 8 oz into
another container for the black colorant and another 8 oz for the violet colorant.  Add the
pigments to each container and add the TD white to the remaining 5 lbs in the pot.  Make
sure you put enough TD white in to achieve a nice white color.  Add the essential oil blend
to each of the 3 soap colors and blend.  Do not over-pulse with the stick blender, as you
want the mixture to be thin.

Pour the white soap into the mold first, then pour the black and violet in random swirls.
Swirl a bit more with a stick.  Note: You are not using a lot of black & violet colorant in
this one –definitely more TD white overall.  Let alone uncovered 24 hrs then remove from
mold, let sit one day before cutting & curing.