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Soothing Lavender Oatmeal Soap Recipe

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This Lavender Oatmeal Soap Recipe is the perfect way to make homemade lavender soap. Melt and pour soaps using silicone molds make for an easy way to have your very own soap within 2-3 hours of time.

Who knew that goat milk soap could be so simple and easy to make?! Be certain to check out all of my homemade soap recipes for more problem-solving soap recipes.

Once you add the lavender, you’re going to LOVE the look and smell. It just might be your new favorite way to make your very own soap at home.

This is also a great gift idea and a fun homemade present idea as well.

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Lavender Oatmeal Soap Recipe

Making your own homemade soap is a lot of fun but there can be a lot of information to process. This is where I can help! No matter if you just need a few questions answered about your soap base or you have something a bit more pressing, use these resources as a helpful guide!

Four Ways to Make a Soap Base is a great way to learn how to make soap in different ways.

Use these Essential Oils for Men as fun gift ideas or new DIY ideas to try at home.

Find some great homemade soap molds here to help with all your soap-making needs.

Don’t forget to find out more about Lavender Essential Oil.

Benefits of Lavender Essential Oil

Using lavender in your daily life can be a great way to get rid of the stress a bit and maybe even help you get some rest!

What are the best uses for lavender oil?

A lot of people will use it to treat irritated skin but make certain that you’re blending it with a carrier oil like coconut oil before trying.

Is lavender good for skin?

You need to be careful and be certain that you’re aware of any side effects. You’ll find that a lot of people also like to use it with shampoo for their hair as it helps with dry scalp and smells amazing.

Does lavender oil go bad?

If it gets too old, it will lose some of its potency. You also don’t want to mix it with water, either.

Are you ready to learn how to make lavender oatmeal soap? Read below to find out how!

Lavender Oatmeal Soap Recipe

Lavender Oatmeal Soap Recipe

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 3 hours
Total Time: 3 hours 10 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

This recipe for homemade soap is simple and easy to make!


  • ¾ pound melt & pour goats milk soap base
  • 4 ounces of finely ground rolled oats
  • 1 T dried lavender flowers
  • 10 drops of lavender essential oil
  • Silicone soap mold
  • measuring cup
  • Wooden stir stick


  1. Grind up the oats with a ninja, rolling pin, etc.
  2. Cut the soap into chunks that are about 1 inch in size. Put in the microwave and melt for 30 seconds and then stir. Melt in 10-second increments after that.
  3. Pour the oats into the melted soap and stir.
  4. Add in the lavender essential oil and stir.
  5. Pour into the mold.
  6. Add 1/2 of the flowers and stir with the stick.
  7. Put some more flowers on the very top.
  8. Leave it to harden for up to 3 hours or so.
  9. Take out of the mold and cut into bars.

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