Whether you’re in the barn doing chores, fixing fence, or taking your favorite fur baby for a walk, the smell of autumn is in the air.
This soap takes you to those places: the trees, the stunning leaves blowing around you and the taste of warm cider when you get back home. To top it off, the clay and goat milk blend just right to help your skin get through these colder days.
We love fall around here!
Essential Oils Used: Cedarwood, Lavender, Rosewood, Nutmeg, Patchouli
This soap is a part of our limited Fall Collection, so once it’s gone, it’s gone!
As always, FREE SHIPPING on all order over $35!
More about Brazilian Clay:
Brazilian clays are a type of kaolin clay, and come in a wide variety of vibrant hues. They’re naturally colored and do not contain any dyes or pigments. The various shades are achieved by variations in the minerals found in the soil in the different regions of Brazil. Brazilian clays have an average amount of absorption, making them a suitable additive for a wide variety of skin types.
More about Goat Milk:
*To maintain your skin’s natural moisture, it’s best to use products that don’t remove the natural fats in the skin barrier. Goat milk soap boasts high amounts of fats, particularly caprylic acid, allowing for gentle removal of dirt and debris without removing the skin’s natural fatty acids.
*Goat milk is rich in fatty acids and cholesterol, which make up a large portion of the skin membrane. A lack of these components in your skin can lead to dryness and irritation. Goat milk soap’s high cholesterol and fatty acid levels may replace missing fats while providing moisture to allow for better water retention. Additionally, the use of harsh soaps can strip the skin of its natural moisture, which can worsen dry skin. Using a gentle, fat-rich soap like goat milk soap can support and replenish the skin’s moisture.
*Goat milk milk is a good source of vitamin A, a fat-soluble vitamin shown to have anti-aging properties.
*Since goat soap contains lactic acid, it is a natural way to exfoliate skin both on the face and body. Lactic acid sloughs off dead skin cells and leaves the pores tighter and skin smoother.
*It’s a good source of selenium, a mineral shown to support a healthy skin membrane. It may even improve psoriasis symptoms like dry skin. Goat milk soap is rich in B vitamins and trace minerals, like magnesium and potassium. The alpha-hydroxy acids in goat milk help the vitamins and minerals to be absorbed into the deeper layers of your skin.
My promise to you is that I will never use anything synthetic or lab-created in my soap. I use only naturally occurring colorants and essential oils, such as clays, food powders, spices and minerals. I am constantly researching in this space and will make adjustments accordingly if an ingredient is found to be unsafe. All of my ingredients are ethically sourced and local products, when possible. My sunflower oil is from a Nebraska farm, the silk I use is harvested after the worm has completed it’s life cycle, I harvest my own milk and my goats are loved and I only treat ailments herbally. You can buy my soap with confidence, knowing there are no harsh fragrance oils, micas or other unnatural ingredients. I appreciate you and your business!
The last photo of the soap being held is not this soap. All of my soaps are approximately the same size, so will all look the same in a hand comparison.
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