Thanksgiving Lemon Zinger Chamomile Soap w/Goat’s Milk
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A beautiful and easy soap to make with your children and teens for Thanksgiving! I purchase these ingredients at Majestic Mountain Sage in Nibley, Utah
Recipe type: Thanksgiving Soap
Serves: 8 bars of soap
  • 1-pound melt and pour soap base
  • 1 teaspoon of titanium dioxide
  • 2 Tablespoons goat’s milk or water
  • Yellow cosmetic-grade dye (optional)
  • ½ oz. lemon zinger fragrance oil (if using lemon essential oil, use less)
  • Dried chamomile flowers
  • Dried lemon peel
  1. Combine the goat’s milk (or water) with the titanium dioxide and let sit for 1 hour. If you're using a white soap base, you can skip this step. You use titanium dioxide to turn the glycerin melt-and-pour soap base into an opaque white soap.
  2. Melt the soap in the microwave at 30-second intervals until it is completely melted. Pour into a bowl
  3. Pour in the titanium dioxide mixture. It will turn a beautiful opaque white
  4. If you want the soap to have a pale-yellow color put a cosmetic-grade yellow dye in the mixture.
  5. Add the lemon zinger fragrance oil or lemon essential oil, and stir
  6. Pour into prepared square tins. To prepare the tins, put a very thin coat of Vaseline on the tins OR spray with rubbing alcohol or vodka. This will prevent the soap from sticking to the pan
  7. Sprinkle the chamomile flowers and lemon peel on the top of the soap. Press the buds and peels gently into the soap (if not, they will fall off after the soap is dry)
  8. Let dry 12-24 hours
Recipe by Good Parenting Brighter Children at