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Why do we use goat milk in our soaps?

It is the closest PH level to our skin, gentle and skin loving for even the most sensitive skin types.

It is rich in the anti-oxidant selenium and is a natural form of Retinol A and vitamin A derivatives that unclog pores, boost collagen to reduce fine lines and speed cell turnover to even out discoloration.

It has alpha-hydroxy acids that soften skin by breaking down the glue that holds dead skin together.

It is hypo-allergenic,

It has amino acids, vitamin A, C, D, E, K, calcium, choline, folate, iron, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, protein, riboflavin and zinc making a great natural choice for skin.

It also contains lactic acid to help exfoliate, cleanse and soften skin.

It contains high amounts of natural sugars and has a high fat content.

It reduces skin inflammation, soothes dry/damaged skin and naturally moisturizes.

We can control the quality of our number one ingredient in our soap-pure, fresh goat’s milk from our herd of LaMancha and Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats fed only organically farm raised forage. We have been raising goats for over 40 years. 

Why do we use essential oils and not fragrance oils?

Essential oils are oils extracted from natural elements such as flowers, plant leaves, citrus peels, bark and herbs. They carry a distinct scent making them a perfect natural medicinal remedy. Therapeutic applications, stress relief, uplifting, healing, immune support, calming, anti-depressant, anti-bacterial, astringent (acne/oily prone skin), deodorizing are only a few of the properties essential oils have to benefit our well-being.

Fragrance oils are a synthetic blend of chemical aromas and essential oils. Many fragrance oils also contain alcohol, which have a drying effect on the skin. They are created specifically for particular scent profiles and are not considered natural ingredients when used in soaps.

We use natural colorants, clays, whole grain oats and tussah silk.

Many of our colorants we use for soap are all-natural, derived from plant leaves, roots, seeds and nut shells. All-natural spices and cocoa are always a treasured colorant.

 

We use some cosmetic grade ultramarines, micas and oxides in a few of our soap batches. They are safe and mined from the Earth.

 

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