If you’re like me, you love goat milk soap. It’s natural, it smells great, and it leaves your skin feeling soft and smooth. But if you’re not careful, goat milk soap can go bad pretty quickly. In this blog post, we will discuss the best way to store goat milk soap so that you can enjoy it for as long as possible.

Find a place to store

The best way to store goat milk soap is in a clean, dry enclosed space, such as your bathroom mirror cabinet or a drawer specifically allocated for soap.

Keeping goat milk soap in an enclosed space helps retain the fragrance in each bar of soap. You may also put them in decorative glass jars and keep them on top of your bathroom countertops.

Another great organization method are stackable bins. I love this option because it’s cheap, efficient and the contents are visible so you can always find what you’re looking for. These bins can be stored in a linen closet, pantry or any other location of your choice.

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Keep goat milk soap from wet or damp areas

soap bar on a netting

This may seem unimportant, but it is crucial: the less surface contact your soap has with the dish, the better. Allowing air to circulate around the soap will dry it more effectively. If the soap constantly interacts with water (by having lots of surface contact), it will become a gross wet mess.

Keep it dry in between uses

When you’re ready to use them, display your beautiful artisan soaps on wooden racks or soap dishes with drainage holes in them. This will keep the soap dry between uses and make it last longer.

Place any extra bars of soap in a covered container. If your soap is organic, ensure the container allows some air circulation to prevent the soap from rotting; however, if your bar soap is not organic, simply make sure the holder is dry.

If you want to use a plastic container, make sure it is vented with holes if needed. Shoe boxes also work great for this purpose.

Maximize space in your shower, and keep multiple bars of goat milk soap on one shelf. With the right care and storage, you can prolong your goat milk soap’s use.

Use a soap bag

A soap bag is an excellent storage option for your shower because it helps you conserve shelf space. Store your soap in the bag until it’s gone to get the most of it. Many beauty brands offer sisal soap bags but I find them too harsh for our skin.Organic cotton is the perfect fabric for a gentle soap bag.

Use a draining rack

Now that you know how to store goat milk soap, it’s important to keep it in a dry place. This is especially crucial if you live in a humid environment, as the soap will dissolve much faster. A great way to store goat milk soap is on a draining rack. This will allow the soap to dry properly and will help prevent it from dissolving. Make sure to position the rack outside of the water flow, so the soap doesn’t get wet and dissolve

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How to store goat milk soap for travel

Choose the right soap box

Solid goat milk soap bars are a great option for travelling, as they are less likely to cause problems with security and take up less space than liquid soap. However, many store-bought soap boxes are terrible for travel – they often leak, do not drain properly, and look unsightly.

Create your own

A better option is to make your own soap box. Simply cut a length of PVC pipe to the desired size, then drill drainage holes in the bottom. Seal the ends of the pipe with caps or plugs, and you’re ready to go.

Avoid leaks

A good travel box not only meets the criteria mentioned earlier, but also seals properly to keep any watery residue from ruining your belongings. Searching for a good soap can be difficult, so take refuge in one of the subpar ones.

Make the most out of your soap bar before you run out

Your laundry detergent might be designed to leave your laundry clean, but it probably isn’t leaving them as clean as you think. Commercial laundry soaps are not very effective at removing dirt and grime from our clothing because they don’t contain surfactants. Wetting agents that cause water to penetrate the fabric. Instead, they rely on synthetic chemicals to create that sudsy feeling in order to help release the dirt and grime.

Surfactants are the actual cleaning agents in laundry soap – they work by breaking down oils (like grease). The surfactants contained in natural laundry soap act like synthetic laundry detergents to penetrate the fabric and remove all types of stains.

When you wash your clothes with a commercial product, it is not the soap that does all of the work – but instead these detergents use synthetic chemicals to mimic its cleaning action. Commercial laundry soaps are free from these harmful ingredients and can be used in any type or machine without worrying about harming them.

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