This is a new batch of soap made with goat's milk from my herbalist teacher Julie's (Crow's Daughter's) kind, generous, and feisty mama goats. This soap contains no essential oils, no colorants, and is super gentle. So if you're a sensitive-skinned human or just don't like scents or essential oils, then this one is for you! Well, unless you're allergic to goat's milk. But that's so rare that here we've never known or even heard of anyone with the allergy nor have we encountered anyone who couldn't use this gentle soap. Yay mama goats and goat keepers!
Storage and life of the bar: To extend the life of the bar, store it where it can dry quickly after use and where it doesn't receive regular spray from a faucet. Giving this soap a place of honor on a soap holder or on a folded up wash cloth is a lovely idea.
Size: Roughly 4 ounce bars. All are made by hand in small batches and are individually hand cut by cool women, not machines. This means most 4 ounce bars are 4 ounces but they can range from 3.9 to 4.3 ounce. We're not machines, people, nor do we want to be. :-) We keep anything cut smaller than that for ourselves and our families, to give as gifts to neighbors in need and to people working extra hard in the community, and as surprise gifts for folks who come to our makers markets or order our products.
Ingredients: Milk from well-loved Whidbey mama goats, organic olive oil, organic coconut oil, shea butter, castor oil, distilled water, sodium hydroxide, sodium lactate.
Packaging: Soaps come in a small recycled cardboard box wrapped with a paper strip and paper labels that can all be recycled or composted. See the Packaging page of this website for more details. If you would prefer no packaging at all, just put that in the comments field when you order.
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