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How to Make Baby Soap: Buttermilk Bastile Baby Bar (Buttermilk Powder + Zinc Oxide) This is an all-time favorite baby soap recipe Buttermilk Bastille Baby Bar that uses buttermilk powder and zinc oxide. This baby soap is gentle for your baby’s sensitive skin or for anyone else with sensitive skin. Baby Soap | DIY Baby Soap | Gentle Soap Recipe | Baby Soap Recipe #homemadesoap

This is an all-time favorite baby soap recipe Buttermilk Bastille Baby Bar that uses buttermilk powder and zinc oxide. This baby soap is gentle for your baby’s sensitive skin or for anyone else with sensitive skin. Baby Soap | DIY Baby Soap | Gentle Soap Recipe | Baby Soap Recipe …

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Adding a Creamy and Milky Personal Touch to Your Soap Recipes Quote: “Yes, you can use liquids other than water to make the lye solution for your soap. Perhaps the most popular alternative liquid is goat’s milk which makes a lovely, creamy, moisturizing soap. Others rave about coconut milk which gives lots of creamy bubbles. Soapers also use cow's milk and even buttermilk.”

Quote: “Yes, you can use liquids other than water to make the lye solution for your soap. Perhaps the most popular alternative liquid is goat’s milk which makes a lovely, creamy, moisturizing soap. Others rave about coconut milk which gives lots of creamy bubbles. Soapers also use cow's milk and …

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How to Make Baby Soap: Buttermilk Bastile Baby Bar (Buttermilk Powder + Zinc Oxide) This is an all-time favorite baby soap recipe Buttermilk Bastille Baby Bar that uses buttermilk powder and zinc oxide. This baby soap is gentle for your baby's sensitive skin or for anyone else with sensitive skin. Baby Soap | DIY Baby Soap | Gentle Soap Recipe | Baby Soap Recipe

This is an all-time favorite baby soap recipe Buttermilk Bastille Baby Bar that uses buttermilk powder and zinc oxide. This baby soap is gentle for your baby's sensitive skin or for anyone else with sensitive skin. Baby Soap | DIY Baby Soap | Gentle Soap Recipe | Baby Soap Recipe

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