Our newest product, Goat Milk Cream Soap launches tomorrow! This is not simply goat milk soap, it is goat milk soap using HEAVY CREAM from GRASS-FED goat milk. As far as we know, this has never been done before.
We have done a limited initial run of this one-of-a-kind soap and it is going to go live tomorrow!
Keep an eye out for the launch and don’t hesitate to pick up a bar or two because each batch is hand-made and take 4-6 weeks to fully cure.
So don’t miss our product, Goat Milk Cream Soap launches tomorrow!
Read more about our goat milk soaps in the knowledge base on Goat Milk Soaps knowledge base.
The majority of soaps produced and sold in the United States are water-based . . . they are made with water. It’s an odd fact considering that water dries out our skin.
On the other hand, soap made from goat’s milk can, and does, greatly benefit skin.
How? The following benefits can be had by using soap made from goat’s milk:
Goal milk cream soap has alpha-hydroxy acids which help remove dead skin cells and leaves new skin cells on the surface for a smoother look…
Our hand-made goat milk cream soap has absolutely no equal! We don’t mean to brag (even though we are) but seriously, where else can you find a handmade, small-batch, goat milk soap that is made using the heavy cream from grass-fed goats? This is kind of a big deal. Heavy cream contains the concentrated protein, fat, and minerals that makes goat milk soap so famously beneficial. Whereas raw goat milk is only 8% solids (the actual components of goat milk not including water) the heavy cream we produce is 50% solids. This means more concentrated goat milk goodness in every bar. Each bar contains just 6 simple ingredients (plus essential oils) and absolutely no parabens or phthalates.
Here is the deal though, we really do make each bar by hand and we keep only small inventories in stock to ensure freshness, and then we cure them for at least 4-6 weeks before we send them to you. This means if a soap variety is in stock, now is your chance. Don’t put off purchasing your favorite varieties because once they are out of stock there is no guarantee when it will be back.