Premium whole goat milk powder. For use in the manufacture of goats milk soap, bath products, and body powder. Leaves the skin smooth and soft.
Want to soap with our GM powder to avoid gel rings: Stick blend directly into your oils and soap at low temperatures. Immediately put your soap into the freezer after the pour so as to avoid gelling.
Can be substituted up to 100% of your water. Reconstitute as outlined below & freeze it in ice cube trays. Add the lye slowly to and stir to keep it from burning.
Dispersible in oil and water.
INCI: Goat milk powder
Country of Origin: New Zealand
As this is a full-fat milk powder, bath bombs have a nice foaming effect
For a moisturizing milk bath, combine with equal parts cornstarch, arrowroot or oatmeal. We recommend first adding your fragrance and moisturizing oils to the arrowroot and then blending with the remaining dry ingredients. Herbal extracts and/or powdered herbs, honey powder, and other powdered nutritive may be added for additional benefits. This milk bath blend can be added to the tub for a softening soak or mixed into a paste with heavy cream or yogourt for a creamy milk-based body wrap.
Amount of WATER TO MILK POWDER 1/4 cup warm water 2 teaspoons GMP. Use an immersion blender for ease of blending
1 cup water 3 tablespoons GMP
3 cups water 1/2 cup GMP
Add the skin-softening benefits of milk and milk proteins to your milk baths, facials, soaps, body wraps, creams and lotions with food-grade goats milk powder. Goats Milk is renowned for its richness in protein, vitamins (including A, C, B1, B6, B12, & E), and minerals and contains caprylic acid, which is said to help prevent bacterial invasions of the skin. It is now confirmed that alpha-hydroxy acids found in milk have rejuvenating and softening properties. Goat's Milk contains over 50 nutrients that help nourish and moisturize dehydrated skin. Alpha-hydroxy acids found in milk have rejuvenating and softening properties. Nourishes and moisturizes dehydrated skin.
At first when I used the goat milk powder, it didn’t look like it was going to dissolve and mix in, but once I used the immersion blender it smoothed out. I think this will be very handy for future recipes as I don’t have to go and buy fresh goats milk when I want to bake a soap recipe.
It was my first time trying goat milk in an emulsion after hearing all the good that can come out of using milk in creams I knew I needed to try it out.
The usage recommendation and dilution recommendations were very helpful from soap and more! Thank you for this ingredient and for help in how to use it!