6-Pack Handmade Goat Milk Soap Square Bars, Variety Pack of Handcrafted Goat Milk Soap, Discounted Soap for Gifts or Everyday

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What Fragrance Would You Like?

The same amazing handmade Goat Milk soap, but 6 bars at a time, for only $34 instead of $36.  Sample the different fragrances, get a variety for gift-giving, or just stock up on your favorite scent so you never run out!  Fragrance options are specified in a drop-down box when you check out - choose all 6 of any one of the 7 different fragrances, or pick the variety pack, with 6 different scents.  If you have a specific preference or fragrance you'd like to avoid, just add that in the "Custom Fragrance " box - otherwise I will send 6 scents of my choosing. If I am low or out of stock on a particular scent, I will substitute another if possible.  These are the simple square bars, wrapped in brown paper and labeled front and back.  If you'd like a 6-pack of the "fancy" molded bars, see my other listing for exactly that.

Goat milk is renowned for the luxurious qualities it gives soap, particularly gentle exfoliating and excellent moisturizing. I hand-milk my goats Gretchen, Snowpea, and Elvira, and use the rich milk as well as olive and coconut oils, almond, castor, and avocado oils and shea butter to make this wonderful soap. I don't use Palm oil as many soapmakers do - while it itself is a useful oil, I can't condone the harmful cultivation practices used to produce it, and find I don't need it - this soap is wonderful without it!  It is so moisturizing and good for your skin, with extra vitamins and nutrients from the goat milk, as well as the luxurious oils I use.  

If you have used goat milk soap before, or any good handmade soap, you know that it is a completely different creature than commercial soap, which can be so drying!  When soap is made by hand, the chemical reaction of oils with a lye solution forms the substances soap and glycerin (by the way, all soap is made with lye, otherwise it is a detergent).  A typical bar of handmade soap is roughly 1/3 glycerin!  This is a humectant, meaning it pulls water from the air - when on your skin, it literally moisturizes your skin by attracting water to it.  In commercial soaps, the glycerin is distilled and removed, and later sold back to you in a lotion, but in the "real thing", it is all one package.  I used to use lotions and moisturizers a lot, especially in the winter, but I virtually never use them anymore, other than some of my grass-fed tallow balm on my hands occasionally.

To learn more about me, our farm in Tennessee, or how I make my soap, stop by my blog or check out our new Instagram account and see what’s going on on the farm!