This is a very simple soap to make, and is a consistent seller here all year long. I use two pounds of white SFIC Melt and Pour base. Once the base is melted, I add in a tablespoon of shea butter. Once the shea butter is all melted and mixed in with the base good, I add 2 teaspoons (yes, teaspoons as I just want a very light fragrance for this soap) of Oatmeal, Milk, and Honey fragrance oil. The only OMH fragrance oil that I like the scent of is the one from Brambleberry. The others I have tried smelled too much like a kitchen scent, and weren't the comforting fragrance that this one is. I then remove from the heat and I add a fistfull (I don't measure) of baby oatmeal. I crush the baby oatmeal up real good in my hands, then dump it into the base. Stir it real well, and let it cool down really well before you pour it into your mold or the oatmeal will settle too much.