Oatmeal Lavender Soap

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Creating your own homemade soap like this Oatmeal Lavender Soap is easier than you might think. Once you figure out a few soap recipes that you like, it’s easy to customize it by adding in oils, flowers, and scents.

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Homemade oatmeal lavender soap on s glass dish

This soap recipe uses finely ground oatmeal, lavender essential oil (so relaxing), and dried lavender flower that make it super pretty.

Makes 5 bars if using same mold

Oatmeal Lavender Soap Ingredients

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Supplies needed to make melt and pour oatmeal lavender soap

How to make Oatmeal Lavender soap

1. Grind the oats. (You can do this with a rolling pin, in the food processor, ninja, magic bullet, or whatever your preferred method is.)

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2. Cut the soap into 1 inch chunks. Melt the soap in the microwave for 30 seconds. Stir. If it is not completely melted, put it back on for 10 second increments, until fully melted; stirring each time..

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fine oatmeal in a glass cup for soap

3. Add the ground oats to the soap base. Mix well.

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4. Add the lavender essential oil. Mix again.

5. Poor into the silicone mold.

Can I use a different soap base

You can use a different soap base than the goats milk for this Oatmeal Lavender Soap if you have one that you like better. A Honey soap base would be fantastic in this. Shea butter would be a great base to use in this soap recipe too.

Pouring melted oatmeal lavender soap in a mold


6. Add about half of the lavender flowers, and give it a little stir with your wooden stick.

Melt and pour soap with dried lavender in a soap mold

7. Add more lavender flowers to the top.

8. Let set for about 2-3 hours.

9. Remove from mold. Using the wavy scraper, cut the soap into 2 ¼ inch bars.

Cutting homemade oatmeal lavender soap with a soap cutter

Lavender skin benefits

Lavender has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antiseptic properties. It helps heal skin and is a must have in the garden. Learn how to grow lavender and save money.

Oatmeal skin benefits

Oatmeal has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antioxidant properties. It's fantastic for exfoliating the skin, helping to rid your skin of it's dead skin cells.

Lavender essential oil benefits

Lavender essential oil offers the same benefits as dried lavender. Anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and other Lavender essential oil benefits.

Homemade Lavender soap on a glass dish
Yield: 5 bars

Oatmeal Lavender Soap

Oatmeal Lavender Soap

Homemade Oatmeal Lavender Soap

Prep Time 10 minutes
Active Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 20 minutes
Difficulty Simple

Instructions

  1. Grind the oats. (You can do this with a rolling pin, in the food processor, ninja, magic bullet, or whatever your preferred method is.)fine oatmeal in a glass cup for soap
  2. Cut the soap into 1 inch chunks. Melt the soap in the microwave for 30 seconds. Stir. If it is not completely melted, put it back on for 10 second increments, until fully melted; stirring each time..Supplies needed to make melt and pour oatmeal lavender soap
  3. Add the ground oats to the soap base. Mix well
  4. Add the lavender essential oil. Mix again.
  5. Poor into the silicone mold.Pouring melted oatmeal lavender soap in a mold
  6. Add about half of the lavender flowers, and give it a little stir with your wooden stick.
  7. Add more lavender flowers to the top. Melt and pour soap with dried lavender in a soap mold
  8. Let set for about 2-3 hours.Homemade Lavender soap on a glass dish
  9. Remove from mold. Using the wavy scraper, cut the soap into 2 ¼ inch bars.Cutting homemade oatmeal lavender soap with a soap cutter

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3 thoughts on “Oatmeal Lavender Soap”

  1. Hi! Thanks for this simple soap recipe! I made it last night using a shea butter base and the bars came out perfect! I didn’t have lavender flowers, but did have the oil (I’m a licensed massage therapist). I used a “tester” bar this morning and the oatmeal acts as a great exfoliate . The lavender oil adds a nice aroma. More bars to come!!!! Thank you!

    1. Hi Terita! Thank you so much for taking the time to let me know you made them and what you changed. That perfect for letting others know that they can totally customize soap to what they have available. Yours sounds amazing and now I need to try it with that base.

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