My handcrafted goat soaps and lotions are created in my studio with love and quality ingredients going into each batch. Our goat milk is graciously given to us by our nanny goats, Rosie, Chloe, Alice and Dotty. They are free range goats with a diet of only the best offerings the farm produces. After each milking, I strain the raw milk to remove any impurities and freeze it immediately. It is not processed in any way so as to retain the healthy qualities of the milk and cream.
The base oils for almost every bar of soap are Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, and Palm Oil. My base oils for my goat milk lotions are Rice Bran Oil, Avocado Oil, and Shea Butter. I purchase my oils from an online soap making retailer. The essential and fragrant oils and colorants as well some of the specialty ingredients are purchased from other various online soap making retailers who pride themselves in quality ingredients.
Every bar is unique in its own way and no two bars are the same! I hand sculpt and wrap each bar myself. I use soap loaf molds for my soaps.
I sell the bars by weight with each bar weighing 5.0 ounces and above.
Storage of Soap Bars While in Use
When using your bars of soap, it is best to store them on a soap bar rack or in a dish with grooves which will allow the bar to air dry. Please check out my handcrafted wood soap dishes to help keep your soaps dry.
Do not allow the bar of soap to sit in water as it will become mushy.
Lotion Bottle Sizes
My goat milk lotions are sold in three bottle sizes - 8 oz., 4 oz. and 2 oz. sizes. I weigh each and every bottle to ensure you are getting the exact amount of lotion for each sized bottle.