“Natural soap, handmade with fresh milk from our goats on our family farm”
Our mission is to make all natural skincare products of the highest possible quality for you and your family that have healing properties and feel great.
Our superb milk profile is why our soaps are superior. Our award winning dairy goats breathe fresh mountain air, drink fresh mountain water from our well, and eat high quality fresh alfalfa grown by our neighbors. The result is milk that a visiting Le Cordon Blue Chef rated as having a “superb milk profile”. This superb, fresh goat milk is the critical ingredient in our Goat Milk Soaps.
"Our natural ingredients and handmade care and attention results in quality products that you can trust for yourself and your family."
Our artisanal products are a rare find, we have a simple supply chain that we value - wherever possible we use local ingredients. It takes longer and costs more, but we know that handmade care and attention results in great products that our customers can trust. We aren’t concerned with making our products faster or cheaper. Our focus is solely on the highest possible quality.
Our goat milk is the primary natural ingredient in all of our soaps and milk baths. There is over 31% fresh goat milk in every bar!
For our goat milk soaps, we only use therapeudic quality essential oils. Also, ee only use natural colorants, such as; clays, minerals, spices. We do not use lab colors or any synthetic ingredients.
The Benefits of our Goat Milk Soaps
Our Goat Milk Soap will:
- Make your skin vibrant and youthful
- Leave your skin silky clean
- Rejuvenate and nourish your skin
- Relieve dry, irritated skin
It'll Make Your Skin Vibrant & Youthful
The alpha hydroxy acids in goat’s milk attack the “glue” that binds dead skin cells together. With these bonds broken those dry, lifeless cells slough off to reveal that young, healthy skin that is hidden beneath. Goat milk is loaded with vitamins and minerals which promote healthy skin function, facilitate skin renewal, and protect against free radicals.
Since goat milk penetrates the layer of dead cells and is easily absorbed by the skin, it delivers these key nutrients where it counts -- to the living tissue that can actually use it. Combine these awesome benefits of goat's milk along with the coconut, olive, and palm oil found in every bar and you’ve got a rejuvenating power elixir made just for your skin.
It's a Gentle Yet Effective Cleanser
Most commercial soap relies on harsh detergents to cleanse the skin. These detergents, along with a myriad of chemicals found in commercial skin care products (like alcohols, parabens, dyes, and synthetic preservatives), do more damage than good. Have you ever used a bar of soap that dried your skin out or caused you to itch like crazy? Our Goat Milk Soap won’t. That’s because our soap is made from goat’s milk, coconut oil, olive oil, and palm oil. All of which are natural ingredients known for their skin soothing effects and rejuvenating benefits. Compare these with petroleum-derived detergents and you’ll begin to understand why synthetic skincare products irritate your skin. Our Goat Milk Soap can be used on your hands, body, face, and even as shampoo!
It Softens & Moisturizes the Skin
The fatty acids and proteins of goat milk collaborate with the premium skincare oils and quality glycerin to moisturize and hydrate the skin.
Moisturize vs. Hydrate: What’s the difference?
Moisturizing is the act of coating your skin with a moisture barrier, and in this case, the fat molecules from goat milk, coconut oil, olive oil and palm oil. This coats all of those little cracks and gaps between cells, seals the moisture in and leaves skin feeling smooth and supple. Think of cream cheese spread over toast. Hydration is the act of attracting and filling cells with water.
Did you know that when you’re dehydrated your skin actually loses elasticity? Pinch your skin while dehydrated and let go, the skin will stay “tented” for some time before returning to normal. The proteins and fats found in goat milk and glycerin penetrate the skin then attract and hold water to themselves. This drawing of water into the actual cells leaves your skin feeling taut and firm. The moisturizing and hydrating abilities of goat milk soap reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
Can Help Soothe Symptoms of Sensitive Skin
Many of our customers have found that our goat milk soap has significantly reduced their eczema, psoriasis, or dry skin.
You may have seen claims on the internet that the pH of raw goat milk is closer to skin’s pH, therefore it is healthier for your skin than other soaps. While goat milk soap is better for your skin, using pH as a reason is not correct chemistry.
Human skin produces a barrier on the skin’s surface known as the acid mantle. As the name suggests, this barrier is slightly acidic and is designed to keep out bacteria, viruses, and other contaminants that can penetrate and harm the skin.
The skin’s acid mantle has a pH normally in the range of 5-6. Because of this slight acidity, one of the best ways to cleanse the skin is with natural soap. Most cold-processed, handmade soap has a pH in the range of 9-10.
The misconceptions come into play because raw goat milk has a pH in the 6 range, whereas the pH of water is 7. People mistakenly believe that all soaps made with goat milk have a lower pH than all soaps made with water. This is simply not true.
The whole pH controversy is merely marketing that is misconstrued and out of control. Manufacturers will tell you that a “low pH” or a “pH balanced” cleanser is better for your face and your skin. But even simple water will disrupt the acid mantle and the pH of your skin. Since your skin quickly replaces the acid mantle (usually at full strength within 2-3 hours), the pH of the soap you use is a non-issue. A lower pH cleanser will disrupt the acid mantle just as a higher pH cleanser does.
Unfortunately, this “pH fallacy” has been perpetuated on many websites due to the nature of the internet. But don’t let it fool you. Goat milk soap is better for your skin for many reasons, but pH isn’t one of them.