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Goatsmilk Soap

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Handmade in small batches, our goatsmilk soap is a cold-processed lye soap made with milk from our Nigerian Dwarf goats. Our soaps are "super-fatted," meaning there is more fat from oils and milk than is needed to neutralize the lye. The result is a moisturizing, non-drying bar of soap with a velvety lather. In order to provide the highest quality soaps, we have a limited variety.


Our signature soap, offered year-round, is Goatsmilk, Oatmeal, and Honey soap made with honey from our hives. This soap has a mildly sweet smell from the honey, but is otherwise unscented. Goatsmilk is mild but nourishing; it contains lactic acid which helps to gently exfoliate and vitamin A which helps to repair damaged skin. Ground oatmeal acts as an incredibly gentle natural exfoliant, and finally honey helps to open clogged pores. After years of struggling with eczema and dry, sensitive skin, this soap is Kaitlin's favorite! No frills, no dyes, no irritants, simply a gentle, nourishing soap for sensitive skin. All of our soaps include a small amount of bentonite clay to add some "slip" making our soaps an excellent substitute to shaving cream.

Lavender is our other year-round scent. Scented with therapeutic grade essential oils and colored with mica powder, this natural soap is well-tolerated by even the most sensitive skin. 

Each Autumn, we are please to bring back our Spiced Orange soap. This classic scent of orange and clove is a delightful way to start your morning! Spiced Orange soap is scented with therapeutic grade essential oils and colored with mica powder in an effort to share the gentlest soap.

Lastly, we love our Spring soap! Our Grapefruit soap has apricot seeds added for an exfoliant. This soap is delightful to have in your kitchen or at your utility sink. Great for cleaning dirt off of your hands after working in the garden or neutralizing odors on your hands. This is a bright scent provided by therapeutic grade essential oils and colored with mica powder.

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