Goat Milk Soap

Goat Milk Soap
Cleopatra's Secret to Youthful Beauty
3.5 - 4 oz bars - choose fragrance

Dead Sea Bath Salts $5.00

Dead Sea Bath Salts $5.00
Relax and Rejuvenate
Fragrance Choices

Sugar Scrub $5.00

Sugar Scrub $5.00
Scrub, don't Eat!
Fragrance Choices

Peppermint Foot Scrub

Peppermint Foot Scrub
Tingly Clean - Sluff off those Callouses
Buy multiples and save

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Why Goat Milk Soap?

Why homemade? Our family strives to live a healthy lifestyle. Through research we have come to realize that all the chemicals we put on our skin can be harmful. Since our skin is the largest organ in our bodies, and it readily absorbs what we put on it, it only makes sense to be careful. Almost all commercially manufactured soaps, lotions, and creams have parabens in them, not to mention other chemicals that might be harmful to our bodies. In an effort to eliminate as many harmful chemicals as possible in our household, we began to make our own soap several years ago. Little did I know the incredible difference it would make! Once you have enjoyed the rich, creamy, nourishing characteristics of homemade soap, there is no turning back.
History books tell us that Cleopatra's Beauty Secrets included bathing in goat's milk. The nutrients in the milk actually nourish then skin. We use all natural ingredients in our unscented soaps, and only add the best quality fragrances to those that are scented. We also use only fresh goat's milk. We formulate our own recipes to create the richest, most luxurious creamy lathers, and choose oils which provide the best balance for all types of skin. We have had people with sensitive skin sing the praises of our soaps, and others with particular skin challenges tell us how much they have improved. Unless requested we don't color our soaps, preferring the natural and varying shades that are created when goat milk goes through the soponification process.
Handmade soap, especially goat milk soap, is softer than comercially processed soap. It will not dry your skin, nor will it leave it oily. It cleans without leaving a film or residue. Once you've tried it for yourself, you'll no longer question why it is superior to commercially milled soaps.

3 comments:

Roguepuppet said...

I got here via the link on your mom's blog... what great stuff. have you considered making a sampler pack of your soap scents? maybe small 1oz bars ( or less?) with all the different scents in it, so folks can test them out and decide which they love and want bigger bars in? I would so buy some of those. Not only would sampling be fun, but the small bars would make fun gift add ons...

Call or email to place your order. said...

Rogue,
Thanks for your comments. A sampler pack is a great idea. Watch for it to be added after the New Year! I know that won't help in time for Christmas. If we can get some made by next week, we'll add them as a last minute special.

Roguepuppet said...

I would not kill yourself trying to get them ready for christmas.. you need some time to enjoy the season as well. Plan on having them in time for Valentine's day. Perfect little VDay gift.
Also, thinking ahead.. do you have heart molds or cookie cutters that you can use to make themed soaps for the holiday??