About Our Goat Milk Products
All of our goat milk skincare is made with our own fresh goat milk, never with manufactured powdered milk from craft stores.
Our goat milk is coming from Nigerian Dwarf goats, which has between 6 to 10% butterfat, compared to 2-6% from other goat breeds, making it an excellent choice for nourishing skin care products.
We never use artificial additives (fragrance) or colors, all ingredients are natural products.
Our goats are pasture raised and grow up in a natural environment. We allow our goat kids to nurse and milk the goats as their kids require less milk.
You know what's in your product - basic ingredients: goat milk, coconut oil, canola oil / olive oil, vegetable shortening.
Our goat milk products are Animal Welfare Approved by A Greener World.
Did you know,
most goat milk farms take away the baby goats from their mom, in order to have access to the milk? We don't!
"While there are many beautiful hand-crafted soaps on the market, a lot of them fail to deliver when using the product. We made sure our recipe produces a quality bar that cleans, foams, lathers, and conditions your skin."
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Basic Ingredients & Their Benefits
Canola oil: high in essential fatty acids, giving soap some moisturizing effect and hardness, balancing well with olive oil to give the soap highest saponification values.
Olive oil: contains fatty acids. Adds conditioning effects, creaminess and hardness.
Coconut oil: produces the creamy, cleansing lather. It has anti-bacterial properties and gives soap the cleansing properties. Its fatty acids remove dead skin without stripping away the body's natural oils. Due to its high-fat content, it is also a natural moisturizer.
Vegetable shortening: as the solid fat compound it gives the soap bar hardness. It helps soap to last longer, even though this is also influenced by length of curing time.
Essential oils and herbs: Gives soaps the plesant scents, makes them estetically pleasing without chemicals or colors. May have additional benefits based on the individual oils. Some ingredients also serve as exfoliant (orange peel, coffee ground).
Goat milk: contains Vitamin A and helps to keep skin healthy. The lactic acid content helps exfoliating and brightening the skin.
Herbal Additive Benefits
Disclaimer: While we cannot guarantee any therapeutic effects of our soaps and their herbal ingredients, herbs have been used for certain benefits since ancient times. Below you find a list of some of our ingredients used in our soaps, and some of the effects used by herbalists.
Rose buds contain a complex array of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. The rose bud oil has excellent emollient properties for moisturizing dry skin; it also offers antiseptic and astringent properties to contain acne, as well as anti-inflammatory properties that help redness and inflammation.