We are admirers of all things uniquely beautiful and natural which is why we take the time to hand cut our bar soap for a rustic, organic look. We leave the naturally occurring ash on top of every bar, just as our ancestors did. It's easy to see the love that goes into our soap, one small 24 bar batch at a time. What you won't find in our soap are truckloads of ingredients you can't pronounce. We pride ourselves on providing you with not just an amazing bar of soap, but an experience. Let the rich and creamy goat's milk lather and old fashioned scents take you back to a simpler time. Thank you for supporting our small, family farm business. We hope you enjoy using them as much as we did making them.
Ingredients: Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Goat's Milk, Sodium Hydroxide, Cocoa Butter, Beeswax, Fragrance Oil
Why Natural Soap?
Handcrafted soap is rich in glycerin, a natural skin-softening moisturizer that is a byproduct of the soap making process.
We use 100% pure skin nourishing coconut oil, olive oil and cocoa butter. These oils give the soap ultra nourishing and healing properties.
Our raw beeswax is added to every batch as it works to draw and hold moisture to the skin while also protecting without clogging pores keeping skin healthy and hydrated.
Goat's milk packs a nourishing punch. It contains alpha hydroxy acid that aids in breaking down dead skin cells, allowing the skin to naturally rejuvenate. The cream present in the milk boosts the moisturizing qualities of the soap. It also contains many vitamins and minerals, particularly Vitamin A, proven to reduce wrinkles and signs of aging.
A full sized bar of our handmade soap will last anywhere from several weeks to several months depending on use. Because there is lots of natural glycerin in handmade soap, and because there are no synthetic chemicals to act as hardening agents, handmade soap is usually a little softer than store-bought soap, but with proper care it will last even longer than conventional brands. If you use it in the shower, be sure to keep it on a ledge or soap dish where it stays dry between uses.