Goat Milk Salt Soap

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Goat Milk Salt Soap

10.00

We are so excited to team up with our friends at Be Life Farm to bring you this special product!  This handmade, hand-poured, hand-cut soap contains:

  • Minimal ingredients
  • USDA organic coconut oil
  • 100% recycled and recyclable packaging
  • Zero fragrances, colorants or chemicals 

A bit about the goats:

  • Mary and her family simply ADORE their goats, they currently have a herd of 18 that live on their property
  • Their goats are milked each morning and the babies get to nurse their mamas as well (they do NOT pull them off their mamas at birth) 
  • The goats live on grass with a portable barn and we move their pasture to a new fresh spot every month.  They are fed a non-GMO grain also, but the majority of their diet is the grass in their pastures.

There is A LOT of Goat’s Milk in our soap. There are many ways to make ‘goat’s milk soap’ and some of those ways enable you to use water instead of goat’s milk and then add a smaller amount of goat’s milk to the soap. We do not do this – we use the maximum amount of goat’s milk that we can, so your soaps are overflowing with the amazing properties of a true Goat’s Milk soap bar – it will leave you feeling like Cleopatra – who used to bath in a tub of pure Goat’s Milk!

4 Ingredients: Organic Coconut Oil, Be Life Goat Milk, Sea Love Sea Salt, *NaOH

*NaOH, also known as ‘LYE’, is actually not even in the bar of soap you buy. It listed as an ingredient because it is what we mix with the Goat Milk and Organic oils and it transforms those FATS INTO SOAP. This is how people made soap ages ago. Lye and Lard were mixed to create soap. We do NOT use lard. Rather, for our ‘FATS’, we use the Goat Milk and Organic Oils – but the basic way the soap is made is the same as our ancestors were doing in the 1800s.

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