Homemade Goat Milk Soap
By Grit Magazine | Aug 3, 2016
DENVER, Colorado – Have you always wanted to try your hand at making soaps from scratch? Join Heirloom Gardens, LLC on October 26 for an afternoon of crafting homemade goat milk soap. This class will review the cold-process technique for soapmaking, as well as lye safety. Learn how to use oils, herbs, honey and other additives to customize the soap to your liking. Goat milk soap is known for its rich lather, and many people with sensitive skin prefer it over other soaps due to its mildness.
Go to http://EatWhereULive.com to register and check out other events from Heirloom Gardens, LLC.
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