Powdered Goat Milk: Handcrafted, handmade soap is great for the skin and adding milk only makes it better. Goat milk is particularly moisturizing and nourishing to the skin because of capric-caprylic triglyceride. Capric-caprylic triglyceride is an effective skin moisturizer that helps to contribute to skin softness by forming a barrier on the skin to help inhibit the loss of moisture. It is the only milk that contains naturally occurring capric-caprylic triglycerides. The protein strands of goat milk are shorter than other types of milk and are more readily absorbed by skin. Goat milk is also fantastic in handmade soap because it has a lower pH (between 4.0 and 6.4), thus reducing the overall pH of the final bar of soap.
Goat milk also has naturally occurring lactic acid that helps keep skin smooth by encouraging skin turnover (it acts similar to a gentle peel). It also contains many vitamins, specifically A, D and B6, as well as the anti-oxidant Selenium.
Our goatmilk is made by happy goats that are never fed anything genetically modified or containing animal bi-products and raised on farms that do not use any sprays, insecticides, or pesticides. Our Goat Milk is whole and pastuerized and has no BGH( growth hormones), antibiotics, or preservatives.
Goat Milk does produce a distinctive odor in soap and lotion. It can also turn a deep yellow color in Cold Process soap. We recommend using the powdered goat milk within 2 months of purchase.
To Dilute: Mix 1 oz of powdered goatsmilk with 8 oz of water. Mix well.Ingredients: Botanical Name: Goat MilkCommon Name: Goats Milk Powder
I would love to add this goats milk to my sugar scrubs however I'm concerned about it going rancid. Do I need a preservative if no water is in the scrub?
I have been using goatmolk powder for about 8+yrs, and find it to be very useful in several of my products. I do craft boutiques, and often will sell out of my goatmilk M&P base bars quickly, so adding this to honey or olive oil base, is very moisturizing, LOVE goatmilk powder!
I really want to incorporate the powered goats milk into my bath bombs..but I've never used this type of ingredient before..my question is...if I put it in my bath bombs will I have to use a preservative as well or will it be ok in the bomb as it's self...i would not want to sell stale milk in my bath bombs
Overall, I have had great success with this Goat's Milk! I use this as I'm afraid if I found someone local, it would spoil before I could get it all used! I have gone through 3 bags in the last 4 months and have had good success with 2 of the 3. One bag seemed... more concentrated maybe? I mixed the same exact ratios as the other two bags, however for some reason this bag scorched like CRAZY!! Luckily, I was able to salvage the rest of the bag by reducing the amount of goat's milk to .75oz per 8oz water. The other two bags have been great though! No scorching, no yellowing, and no odor!
Can you vacuum seal or use an oxygen absorber to preserve your unused goats milk?
Also, I would like to add this goats milk powder to cleansing grains and extend the shelf life of the batch beyond 2 months. Is there something I can add to extend the shelf life; essential oils, rosehip seed powder (because of vitamin c), etc?
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