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This eucalyptus soap made with chamomile and lavender is super easy to make and is exactly what you need to nourish your body, soul, and mind. With goat’s milk as the base, this gentle soap has amazing healing benefits for your skin.

In this article, we’ll discuss the benefits of eucalyptus, lavender, chamomile, and goat’s milk.

This easy melt-and-pour soap bar has a lovely aroma and will gently exfoliate your skin. This eucalyptus soap recipe produces four bars of soap—enough for yourself or to gift to a loved one!

Eucalyptus Soap Benefits

Let’s first discuss the benefits of the main ingredients in this eucalyptus soap. Keep in mind that eucalyptus is often used orally for colds and other illnesses. In this article, we’re only sharing the eucalyptus soap benefits for the skin.

Benefits of Eucalyptus

  • seals moisture in the skin
  • prevents and relieves itchy and dry/flaky skin
  • soothes irritated skin

Benefits of Lavender

  • fights acne
  • anti-aging properties
  • reduces fine lines and wrinkles
  • anti-inflammatory
  • anti-bacterial

Benefits of Chamomile

  • fights acne
  • heals wounds
  • soothes eczema
  • anti-inflammatory
  • anti-aging

Benefits of Goat’s Milk

  • exfoliates skin
  • softens skin
  • brightens skin
  • reduces the signs of aging

As you can see, this eucalyptus soap is a powerhouse bar every woman should have on her bathroom vanity! Let’s start making this soap now.

what you need to make eucalyptus soap

Here is a list of ingredients and items required for this eucalyptus soap recipe. I’ve added some Amazon links to some of the products you need in case you can’t find them locally.

Supplies

Ingredients

  • 1 pound Goat’s Milk melt and pour soap base
  • 15 drops of lavender essential oil
  • 14 drops of chamomile essential oil
  • 10 drops eucalyptus essential oil
  • 1 tbsp lavender buds
  • 1 tbsp crushed chamomile buds
  • 1 tbsp oatmeal, crushed
  • ½ tbsp crushed eucalyptus leaves
  • Optional, but recommended – spray bottle with rubbing alcohol
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how to make eucalyptus soap

  • Cut the soap base into 1-inch cubes, and add to the measuring cup. 
  • Heat the soap base in the microwave on high heat for 30 seconds. Remove, and stir well. Heat for an additional 30-second increments, stirring between each heat session, until the soap is fully melted.
  • Allow to cool for a few minutes, then stir well and add the essential oils.
  • Stir in the crushed oatmeal.
  • Pour a small amount of the soap base into the mold, then spray with rubbing alcohol.
  • Sprinkle most of the eucalyptus leaves, allow them to sit for a few minutes, and add more soap base. Then spray with the rubbing alcohol again. 
  • Repeat the step above with the lavender buds.
  • Repeat the steps above with the chamomile.
  • Top with the rest of the soap base, and spray with rubbing alcohol.
  • Sprinkle the remainder of the dried flowers over the top of the soap.
  • Allow the soap to set for 4-8 hours, then cut into 1-inch bars with the wavy soap cutter.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Can you use eucalyptus soap on your face?

Yes. This soap is amazing for facial skin. Lavender, chamomile, and goat’s milk have great anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties.

What is eucalyptus soap used for?

Many women use it for its anti-aging and skin-brightening benefits. Eucalyptus is also good for locking in skin’s natural moisture.

What goes well with eucalyptus in soap?

While this soap is made with lavender and chamomile, you can also use sweet orange oil, frankincense, tea tree, and myrrh.

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