We all have seen housewives and mothers experimenting many times either as a part of their hobby or for the sake of earning. They try millions of new things to set up a new business but have you ever seen a mother applying a wonderful idea that could make the best use of the breast milk? Apparently, no!
So, let me introduce you to this 37-year-old mother, who made soap bars from breast milk so as to provide skin benefits to all.
But what led the mother to use breast milk for the purpose? For the answer, scroll on...
Jasmine is from Queensland, Australia. She has invented a soap using the breast milk.
Well, Jasmine's sister complained that she was producing more milk than her baby son could take it and so to avoid wasting it, she asked Jasmine to use it.
The 30-year-old Chrystal found Jasmine's idea of making soaps interesting and beneficial and so she started giving her milk to the sister.
The mother seems so creative.
Well, Jasmine preserves the milk in the freezer for defrosting it and then mixes it with oils. It takes 45 minutes to make a 500g bar and then four to six weeks to set it completely. She even uses moulds to set the liquid to turn it into bars.
"The soap bars soften skin, as well as are helpful in reducing redness, oiliness, acne, sensitivity and itchiness."
In short, the soaps prepared from breast milk prove to offer several skin benefits.
"My children and I have very sensitive skin and it is so creamy and gentle. Now, I wouldn't use anything else. Knowing it is made specifically for you out of your own milk is a very comforting and special feeling," says Chrystal.
She has always experimented with different oils, goat's milk and cocoa butter to create special products as a part of her hobby and now, she has started selling those products at markets.
Her business is entitled as 'Rosie Posie Handcrafted Creations', and she has named it after her daughter, Rosie.
At last, Jasmine expresses her feelings saying, "I would have loved to have done it with my own breast milk."
Never mind. It truly is an amazing idea!