Soap made out of breast milk created by an inventive mum in China is proving to be quite a hit.
The new mum hit upon the idea of using her breast milk for something other than feeding her baby after he refused to drink it.
Making soap out of it, she claims that the product can still be a benefit to newborns as it prevents nappy rash, the Daily Star reported.
The entrepreneur's soap is shaped into teddy bears, fish and rabbits.
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